School of Sufi Teaching

Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri & Shadhili practices

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The policy of the School of Sufi Teaching

The Policy

The policy and creed of the School of Sufi Teaching is synonymous with the creed of “peace with all.” Any conflict with any religion or creed is totally excluded from our aims and policy, but it is obvious that for…
The Sufi Technique

The Technique

To awaken the hidden powers of the self and make them operative in life, the technique of the School, rooted in the rich tradition of Sufism, consists of a special form of meditation. This meditation results in an intuitive insight…

Aims and Objectives of the School

The aim of the School of Sufi Teaching is to investigate those areas of human nature and the hidden sources of human knowledge that have not yet been explored by science and reason. This investigation has to follow a modern…

The Story Behind the School of Sufi Teaching

Afew decades ago Hazrat Azad Rasool (ra), the previous Shaykh of this Sufi order, noticed that many people were visiting India seeking spiritual advancement and enlightenment, but often got side-tracked or found it difficult to meet a trustworthy and authoritative…