School of Sufi Teaching

Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri & Shadhili practices

School of Sufi Teaching

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Biography of Hazrat Hamid Hasan ‘Alawi (r.a.) (Urdu)

Biography of Hazrat Hamid Hasan ‘Alawi (r.a.)

Book Description The biography of Hazrat Hamid Hasan Alawi (r.a) by his deputy Hazrat Maulvi Sa’id Khan (r.a) gives a detailed account of the life of this great Sufi master. The biography written in Urdu is in the process of…

Biography of Hazrat Sayyid Abdul Bari Shah (r.a.)

Book Description This is the biography of Hazrat Sayyid Abdul Bari Shah (r.a) by his deputy Hazrat Hamid Hasan Alawi (r.a). Written in Urdu to cater to the guidance of the students of the order in the subcontinent, it describes…
Biography of Hazrat Maulvi Sai’d Khan (r.a.) (Urdu)

Biography of Hazrat Maulvi Sai’d Khan (r.a.)

Book Description This book is more than a biography of the writer’s shaykh. The writer takes the reader through his own long journey in search for truth and how his thirst was finally quenched after meeting his shaykh. The book…

Testimonial of a Muslim student in the UK

I am born a Muslim and come from a family with a religious background. Two years ago I joined the London group as a Sufi aspirant. On the Sufi path we are given practices that will help us to identify…

Personal statement of a young student living in the UK

My first contact with meditation was through a close friend at University who was practising a form of yogic meditation. I found that meditation benefited my temperament and had a calming effect on me, and I enjoyed doing those practises…

Personal statement of a student from England

As a young child I was in love with “nature”. My love was the trees and the fields and the sea and the cliffs and the skies of England and Wales. I loved to wander and explore – I was…

An English student describes her path to Sufism

Growing up, I had an awareness of something greater than myself, understood as “God”, but the notion was vaguely rooted in new age theories that did not really seek to pursue the reality of this presence. It was with my…

Personal statement of a student from Australia

When I first met the Sufi shaykh, who would become my spiritual guide, I had little idea that the path that I was embarking upon would lead me to a new way of being and a new faith. This would…

Personal statement of a student from Eastern Europe

I have been interested in spiritual matters for as ong as I can remember. Growing up in a Catholic country in Europe as I did, my contacts with religious life were natural and unavoidable. As a young boy I was…

The Silsilah of this Order

Sufi teaching proceeds by means of a teacher-student relationship. Each teacher-student relationship forms a link in a chain which connects any authentic Sufi Order back to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). This chain of initiation or silsilah is called the Lineage Tree…