Pir Netanel will speak on “The Eight Aspects of Sufi Mindfulness” at the Southwest Sufi Center in Silver City, New Mexico. A 9:00 AM potluck will be followed by Pir Netanel’s talk, which is based on the teachings on spiritual practice of the early Sufis known as the Khwajaghan.
An exploration of different forms and expressions of Sufism through an array of lineage streams and presenters. An experiential, informative, inspirational, and enjoyable workshop with music, movement, talks, and practices.
Friday May 18th 7 to 9 PM and
Saturday May 19th 10 AM to 9 PM, 2018
Includes catered lunch on Saturday.
Break for dinner at a local eatery on your own Saturday evening.
At Rocky Mountain Miracle Center (1939 S Monroe St, Denver, CO)
Netanel Miles-Yépez of the Inayati-Maimuni Order
Hallaj Gene Michalenko of the Inayati Order
Pouria Montazeri of Islamic Sufism
Sára Rain of the Sufi Ruhaniat International
and possibly more beloved friends...
BEFORE May 1st – $80
AFTER May 1st – $101
Friday or Saturday evening only (7 to 9 PM) – $20 each Saturday day (10 AM to 5 PM) – $60
Cost includes Saturday catered lunch provided by Rahima Jodie Rain.
For more info, contact Rahima Jodie: email@example.com or (970) 420-8909 Pay online: http://trigoddess.org/special-events/
Snail mail registration – send check payable to: Sára Rain 2727 Alan St, Fort Collins, CO, 80524
"The Thirteen Aspirations of Faith: Universal Tenets of the Emerging Cosmology"
Pir Netanel Mu'in ad-Din Miles-Yépez
In the 12th-century, the celebrated Jewish philosopher Maimonides formulated Thirteen Principles of Faith to advance the understanding of God and religion in his time. Over 800 years later, our own Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi began to feel a new formulation of these principles was necessary to guide us into the future. Thus, with his student, Netanel Miles-Yépez, he began to incorporate the mystical insights of Hasidism and Sufism into a new set of principles for the emerging cosmology. Pir Netanel will join us to explore the Thirteen Aspirations of Faith today.
Abode of the Message
New Lebanon, New York
Season of the Rose: Sufi Summer School 2015, featuring dialogue and teachings by Pir Zia Inayat-Khan, Taj Inayat, Himayat Inayati, Aziza Scott, Gayan Macher, Gulrukh Patel and Pir Netanel Miles-Yépez
In 1975 a new generation of spiritual seekers converged in the Sufi Order. In that year the Abode of the Message was established as a land-based Sufi community. Today, forty years on, the Sufi Order is growing anew. Our new impetus represents both a reaffirmation of our treasured roots in the visionary lifework of Hazrat Inayat Khan and a forward-looking response to the needs and aspirations of the rising generation of seekers in today’s complex, interconnected world. This summer we will come together for a Summer School of practice, dialogue, worship, and remembrance poised between our storied past and the beckoning future.
From 4:00-5:00PM, every other Thursday, a Sufi study and practice gathering will be held at Naropa University..
For Naropa students interested in Inayati Sufism, Pir Netanel Mu‘in ad-Din Miles-Yépez will be leading Sufi study and practice of sessions on campus throughout the semester. Pir Netanel is the head of the Inayati-Maimuni branch of Inayati Sufism, as well as a teacher in the Religious Studies Department at Naropa University. The Inayati lineage of Sufism is based in the four great lineages of traditional Sufism, but emphasizes the universalist teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882-1927), the first Sufi master to teach in the West. Sessions will include traditional Sufi practices, such as dhikr (remembrance) and murraqaba (meditation), as well as teachings on traditional Sufi subjects through storytelling and poetry.
* January 22: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* February 5: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* February 19: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* March 5: (Special Practice Week Session, Lincoln Meditation Hall, 4:00-5:00PM)
* March 19: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* April 2: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* April 16: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
* April 30: (Lincoln 4140, 4:00-5:00PM)
Co-Sponsored by Naropa University and the Shambhala Mountain Center
A dialogue featuring Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown, Pir Netanel Mu’in ad-Din Miles-Yépez, Alan Hartway, Sreedevi Bringi, Stephen Hatch, and Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, moderated by Roland Cohen. This line-up of spiritual luminaries will engage in dialogue, exploring commonalities and differences from six unique religious perspectives. In the process demonstrating the potentialities of connection that open up through skillful communication and mutual respect. Click here to see the video of "Livelihood and the Spiritual Journey."
From 3:30-4:30PM on the 1st Thursday of each month, a Sufi practice session of dhikr (remembrance) and other practices will be held in Sycamore 8130 on the Main Campus; and on the 3rd Thursday of each month, a Sufi sohbet (fellowship) and study gathering will be held in Sycamore 8130 on the Main Campus.
For Naropa students interested in the study and practice of Inayati Sufism, Pir Netanel Mu’in ad-Din Miles-Yépez will be leading separate practice and study sessions on campus throughout the semester. Pir Netanel is the head of the Inayati-Maimuni branch of Inayati Sufism, as well as a teacher in the Religious Studies Department at Naropa University. The Inayati lineage of Sufism is based in the four great lineages of traditional Sufism, but emphasizes the universalist teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882-1927), the first Sufi master to teach in the West. Practice sessions will include traditional Sufi dhikr (remembrance), meditation, contemplation, and prayer practices. Study sessions will focus on Sufi history, traditional Sufi concepts and spiritual guidance.
* September 4: Sufi Practice Meditation Hall, Lincoln Building, 3:30-4:30PM)
* September 18: Sufi Study (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)
* October 2: Sufi Practice (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)
* October 16: Sufi Study (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)
* November 6: Sufi Practice (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)
* November 20: Sufi Study (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)
* December 4: Sufi Practice (Sycamore 8130, 3:30-4:30PM)