The Breeze at Dawn has Secrets to Tell You
A day of Sufi inspired Poetry, Song, Dance, Prayer, Meditation and Story with Karim Hadden
Wed, 29th April 2020 10.30-4.30
In this day we will gently explore the wisdom and inspiration of Sufi poets and teachers such as Rumi, Kabir, Mahmoud Shabestari and Hazrat Inayat Khan and be introduced to the universality and depth of Sufi meditative practices.
We will do this by means that can engage the whole of our being and give us direct experience such as song, simple circle dances, meditation and breath work. A Sufi saying is ‘It can’t be taught but it can be caught’.
We hope to emerge with fresh insight and resources for our lives.
Universal Sufism is an experiential path which does not insist on specific beliefs, honours all the spiritual traditions of the world and emphasises the unity of religious ideals. Everyone is welcome and no special abilities are needed. Everything will be explained in a simple and relaxed way and you will be encouraged to take part in a way that works for you.
Karim is a student of Universal Sufism in the Sufi Ruhaniat order and has been leading groups in spiritual song and movement for over seventeen years.
Bring vegetarian food to share for lunch.
Cost: £20 (Concessions: £15, If you need a further concession please ask: No one turned away through lack of money)
The numbers for this event are limited to sixteen so early booking is essential.
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