School of Sufi Teaching

Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi, Chishti, Qadiri & Shadhili practices

School of Sufi Teaching

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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 student from Canada

I grew up in a non-practicing Muslim family, but I always had an inclination towards religion and spirituality. I started praying and fasting at the age of 9 or 10, and I’ve always enjoyed the company of religious people. I…

Personal statement of a student from Pakistan

A five year old, staring deep into the night sky, amazed by the heavenly lights, wondering about someone up there – a being full of love. This was me, and like every other child I too had an innocent heart,…

An English student describes his path to Sufism

Like many people who turn towards spirituality, I have been seeking something deeper in life since I was a teenager. Along the way there have been many wrong turns and dead ends. In my mid teens I was drawn to…

Personal testimonial of a student from England

For some time now I have been doing Sufi practices that have slowly but completely reshaped my relationship to the world and everything in it. When I first began these practices, they felt like food. A daily nourishment, somehow very…

Personal statement of a student from Ukraine

I grew up in a community where religion plays a minor role. In childhood I rarely went to the church, in most cases it was only during the big religious celebrations. Those rare visits to the church did not bring…

Personal statement of a student from Canada

As a young kid, perhaps from the age of seven or eight years, I remember being drawn to places of worship, reading scripture and finding solitude as my preferred place of happiness. My prayers used to be long, immersed in…

Personal statement of a student from Malaysia

If you had met me three years ago, I would have come across as quite a different person. I was constantly stressed, easily irritable and practically the walking definition of an anxiety zombie. In short, you really would not want…

Personal statement of a student from Belarus

I was brought up in the Russian Orthodox Christian faith. From an early age I was encouraged to learn prayers and regularly participate in church services and ceremonies. Growing up I had a copy of a children’s bible and was…