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Meditations from Sufism - Heart of Sufism


Sufi is the celebration of the Heart, it is the taste, it is the fragrance of love. If you once got drunk with the wine of Love, if you felt - even once - Silence to sing softly in your heart, then come in this caravan of untold, silent love story ...

The goal of sufism is to develop hearts that can pray. Anyone can learn the outer forms of worship, but it is much harder to teach our hearts to pray. Through sincere, patient practice of worship, service, and other spiritual exercises, the heart becomes cleansed and expanded.

In the Sufi tradition, the heart is seen as a mediator between the outer influences of the world and the spiritual influences within us. If our pride, greed, and other negative tendencies become involved with things of the world, they put out a kind of heat and smoke that distracts us and hides the spiritual light of the heart. The more we open to that inner light, the more we can see clearly our own negative tendencies, and also, the more we strengthen our positive and spiritual tendencies.

To be a Sufi is to remember that the heart of each person we meet is God's temple. To be a Sufi is to honor and serve others. Many hearts have been wounded in this world, and we can serve God's creation by working to heal those wounded hearts. This kind of service will also heal and open our own hearts as well.

During this session we practise various meditations techniques from Sufism together in a group and create an experience where in one melts in remembrance of the divine to forget the individual ego by activating the heart centre. With the opening of heart we become more loving and develop the qualities of the heart like Kindness, Trusting, Compassionate, Humble, Egoless, Gratitude & Surrender.

We do these techniques to become more awareful of our actions and being and also heartful in our relating with ourselves and higher consciousness/ divine self.

AED 95 (AED 80 for the first timers)
booking is essential. Call 0565342899 or email

The Sufi learns not only by the study of books but by the study of life. The whole of life is like an open book to a Sufi and every experience is a step forward in one’s spiritual journey. A Sufi would rather learn than teach. A Sufi begins one’s life by discipline and resignation, realizing that the path that leads to the goal of freedom is the path of self-control, patience, resignation and renunciation.
– Hazrat Inayat Khan

Prem Amit is a Certified meditation facilitator from OIMR based in Pune, He has deep interests in Sufi Meditation practices and mysticism in Sufism. He is a Hypnotherapist and also Sound Healing practitioner having learnt the healing modality from his Master in Nepal. He also takes individual and group sessions for Meditations, mindfulness, Sound healing, Tantra Practices, Stress relief, Anger Management, Emotional well being and Hypnotherapy.

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