A Sufi Journey: The Dances of Universal Peace 

This Evening offers participation in the Dances of Universal Peace followed by sharing of the Sufi teachings!

The Dances of Universal Peace:

We come together to sing and dance our praises of the Unity and Being and to experience our Divine Nature.

Through prayer in motion, cultivating joy, community, and peace, we seek to awaken our embodiment of the essence of the Only Being.

We share in circle dances, drawing from diverse religious traditions – including the practice of Sufi zikrs -which support us in our quest for realization and service.

The Dances of Universal Peace are body-centered spiritual practice using movement, sacred chant, and music.

Women and men dancing in the same circle are on common ground. We invoke the experience that there is nothing but God and that all manifestation is but the Face of God.

All are welcome, no experience necessary!

Please wear loose and comfortable clothes.

All our programs are in English

Facilitator’s Bio: Pir Shabda Kahn

Pir Shabda Kahn, a direct disciple of the American Sufi Master, Murshid Samuel Lewis, has been practicing Sufism since 1969.

He is the Pir (Spiritual Director) of the Sufi Ruhaniat International, the Sufi lineage tracing from Hazrat Inayat Khan and Murshid Samuel Lewis.

In 1972 Shabda met his second great teacher, the late Master Singer, Pandit Pran Nath, and began the daily practice of North Indian classical music in the Kirana style.

He is also a disciple of the illustrious Tibetan Buddhist Master, the 12th Tai Situpa Rinpoche.

Shabda travels throughout the world, spreading the Sufi Message of Love, Harmony, and Beauty.

Pir Shabda brings warmth, humor, and clarity in his efforts to help seekers on their Path to Awakening.

Date and Time: 13 Feb 2019 (5:30 PM – 8:00 PM)

Scholarships are available.

Contact: Simran

Phone: +91 9717469268

Email: celebrate@zorbathebuddha.org


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