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Fazal Inayat Khan
Fazal Inayat-Khan
Fazal Inayat-Khan
(Urdu: فضل عنایت خان ‎) (July 20, 1942 – September 26, 1990), also known as Frank Kevlin, was a psychotherapist and poet who led the International Sufi Movement
International Sufi Movement
from 1968 to 1982.[1] He was the author of Old Thinking, New Thinking: The Sufi prism (1979) and Modern soefisme: over creatieve verandering en spirituele groei (1992).Contents1 Early life 2 Work 3 International Sufi Movement 4 Works 5 Quotations 6 NotesEarly life[edit] Born in Vichy France to a Dutch mother and the composer, Hidayat Inayat Khan, Khan was brought up speaking Hindi, Dutch, English and French. He went to university in California. His grandfather was Inayat Khan Work[edit]NLPMeSH D020557TopicsMethods Rep
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Urdu Language
  Pakistan
Pakistan
(national and official)   India
India
(official as per the 8th Schedule of the Constitution and in the following states/union territories) Official:Jammu and Kashmir TelanganaSecondary Official:National Capital Territory of Delhi Bihar Uttar Pradesh Jharkhand West BengalRecognised minority language in United Arab Emirates[6]  Guyana[7] (as Guyanese Hindustani)  Suriname[7] (as Sarnami Hindoestani)  Trinidad and Tobago[7] (as Trinidadian Hindustani)Language codesISO 639-1 urISO 639-2 urdISO 639-3 urdGlottolog urdu1245[8]Linguasphere 59-AAF-q  Areas where Urdu
Urdu
is either official or co-official   Areas where Urdu
Urdu
is neither official nor co-officialThis article contains IPA phonetic symbols
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Sufi Ruhaniat International
Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L. Lewis Fazal Inayat-Khan Vilayat Inayat Khan Hidayat Inayat Khan Zia Inayat Khan Shabda Kahn Johan Witteveen David LessGroups Sufi Order Ināyati Sufism Reoriented Sufi Ruhaniat InternationalBeliefs Spirit of Guidance Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
Universal Worship Service Universal Sufi PrayersPlaces of worship The Abode of the Message Universel
Universel
Murad Hassil UniverselCategory:Sufi Order Ināyati Category:Universalism Category:Sufismv t eThe Sufi Ruhaniat International
Sufi Ruhaniat International
(SRI) is a stream of Universal Sufism and draws inspiration from traditions of Sufism within and beyond historic Islam. SRI is an initiatic order within the lineage of Inayat Khan (Inayati-Chishtiyya)
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Vilayat Inayat Khan
Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L. Lewis Fazal Inayat-Khan Vilayat Inayat Khan Hidayat Inayat Khan Zia Inayat Khan Shabda Kahn Johan Witteveen David LessGroups Sufi Order Ināyati Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented Sufi Ruhaniat InternationalBeliefs Spirit of Guidance Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
Universal Worship Service Universal Sufi PrayersPlaces of worship The Abode of the Message Universel
Universel
Murad Hassil UniverselCategory:Sufi Order Ināyati Category:Universalism Category:Sufismv t eVilayat Inayat Khan
Inayat Khan
(19 June 1916  – 17 June 2004) was a teacher of meditation and of the traditions of the East Indian Chishti Order of Sufism. His teaching derived from the tradition of his father, Inayat, founder of The Sufi Order in the West, combined with western culture
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Zia Inayat Khan
Pir Zia Inayat-Khan (born 1971) is a scholar and teacher of Sufism in the lineage of his grandfather, Inayat Khan. He is president of the Sufi Order International
Sufi Order International
and founder of Suluk Academy, a school of contemplative study with branches in the United States and Europe, as well as of the interspiritual institute Seven Pillars House of Wisdom.[1]Contents1 Biography 2 Works 3 Publications 4 Audio 5 Video 6 Related websites 7 ReferencesBiography[edit] Zia Inayat-Khan, Ph.D., was born in Novato, California, in 1971, and is the first son of Sufi teachers Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan
Inayat Khan
and Taj Begum Inayat
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Shabda Kahn
Shabda Kahn
Shabda Kahn
serves as Pir (spiritual director) of the Sufi Ruhaniat International, a branch within the spiritual lineage of Pir-o-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan. He is also a teacher and performer of Hindustani classical vocal music, Raga, in the Kirana Gharana style, serving as director of the Chisti Sabri School of Music, within the lineage of his teacher Pandit Pran Nath,[1][2] at whose direction this school was formed and placed in Shabda Kahn's care.Part of a series onInāyati SufisPersons Inayat Khan Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L
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Johan Witteveen
Hendrikus Johannes "Johan" Witteveen (born 12 June 1921) is a retired Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy. Witteveen, a economist by occupation, worked for the Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (CBP) as an analyst from 1945 until 1948. He was a member of the Senate (1958–63; 1971–73) and the House of Representatives (1963; 1965–67) for the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy. He was Minister of Finance (1963–65; 1967–71) and managing director of the International Monetary Fund
International Monetary Fund
(1973–78). He also wrote books on Universal Sufism
Universal Sufism
and economics.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Decorations 5 References 6 External linksEarly life and education[edit] Witteveen was born on 12 June 1921 in Zeist
Zeist
in the Netherlands
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David Less
Shahabuddin David Less is a meditation teacher, author, American mystic, and Senior Teacher (Murshid) in the Sufi Order International. He is the founder and Spiritual Director of Rising Tide International, an interfaith spiritual community in Sarasota, Florida; co-founder of The Abrahamic Reunion, multi-faith group of spiritual and religious leaders working together as peacemakers in Israel and Palestine; and serves as International Head of The Universal Worship,[1] a universal religion that honors and invokes all the world's religious and spiritual contributions to humanity.[2]Contents1 Spiritual Biography 2 Works 3 Publications 4 References 5 External linksSpiritual Biography[edit] Shahabuddin David Less received bayat (spiritual intiation) as a Sufi in 1968 by Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, son and successor of Pir-O-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan, and was a close student and friend of his for 37 years until his death in 2004
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Sufism Reoriented
Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented is an American school of spiritual training, headquartered in Walnut Creek, California, established by Meher Baba in 1952. In November of that year he signed The Chartered Guidance from Meher Baba
Meher Baba
for the Reorientation of Sufism. He appointed Ivy O. Duce as the first Murshida, or spiritual guide, of Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented. Meher Baba
Meher Baba
designed Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented as a universal spiritual school which recognizes a central core of divine love at the heart of all spiritual systems. Meher Baba
Meher Baba
reorganized patterns of life and inner training associated with ancient Sufism
Sufism
and adapted them to the needs of spiritual students in contemporary America
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Musharaff Khan
Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L. Lewis Fazal Inayat-Khan Vilayat Inayat Khan Hidayat Inayat Khan Zia Inayat Khan Shabda Kahn Johan Witteveen David LessGroups Sufi Order Ināyati Sufism Reoriented Sufi Ruhaniat InternationalBeliefs Spirit of Guidance Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
Universal Worship Service Universal Sufi PrayersPlaces of worship The Abode of the Message Universel
Universel
Murad Hassil UniverselCategory:Sufi Order Ināyati Category:Universalism Category:Sufismv t e Musharaff Moulamia Khan
Musharaff Moulamia Khan
was born in Baroda (India) on 6 September 1895 and died in Hague (Netherlands) on 30 November 1967. Не was the youngest brother of Inayat Khan
Inayat Khan
family, and shared his delight in music
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Dances Of Universal Peace
The Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
(DUP) are a spiritual practice employing singing and dancing the sacred phrases of the world's religions. Their intention is to raise consciousness and promote peace between diverse religions according to one stated goal.[1] The DUP are of North American Sufic origin. They combine chants from many world faiths with dancing, whirling, and a variety of movement with singing.[2]Contents1 The Dances 2 History 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksThe Dances[edit] Five to 500 dancers stand in a circle often around a leader and musicians, with acoustic instruments, in the center,[3][4] All dances are participatory and spectatorship is somewhat discouraged because joy is the goal, not technical performance of specified dance steps or forms. Dances are facilitated by a dance leader often playing a drum, guitar, flute or other stringed instrument
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Universal Worship Service
Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L. Lewis Fazal Inayat-Khan Vilayat Inayat Khan Hidayat Inayat Khan Zia Inayat Khan Shabda Kahn Johan Witteveen David LessGroups Sufi Order Ināyati Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented Sufi Ruhaniat InternationalBeliefs Spirit of Guidance Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
Universal Worship Service Universal Sufi PrayersPlaces of worship The Abode of the Message Universel
Universel
Murad Hassil UniverselCategory:Sufi Order Ināyati Category:Universalism Category:Sufismv t eThe topic of this article may not meet's general notability guideline. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention
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Universal Sufi Prayers
Pirani Ameena Begum Maheboob Khan Mohammed Ali Khan Musharaff Khan Samuel L. Lewis Fazal Inayat-Khan Vilayat Inayat Khan Hidayat Inayat Khan Zia Inayat Khan Shabda Kahn Johan Witteveen David LessGroups Sufi Order Ināyati Sufism
Sufism
Reoriented Sufi Ruhaniat InternationalBeliefs Spirit of Guidance Dances of Universal Peace
Dances of Universal Peace
Universal Worship Service Universal Sufi PrayersPlaces of worship The Abode of the Message Universel
Universel
Murad Hassil UniverselCategory:Sufi Order Ināyati Category:Universalism Category:Sufismv t e Universal Sufi Prayers
Universal Sufi Prayers
are also known as the Confraternity Prayers. The three prayers read daily by Universal Sufis. They are not obligatory
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The Abode Of The Message
Coordinates: 42°26′36″N 73°22′44″W / 42.44325°N 73.3789°W / 42.44325; -73.3789The Abode of the MessagePhoto of sign with Welcome at the top, winged heart below, and Abode of the Message at the bottomFounded 1975 (1975)Founder Vilayat Inayat KhanType 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizationLocation5 Abode Road, New Lebanon, NY, USACoordinates 42°26′36″N 73°22′44″W / 42.44325°N 73.3789°W / 42.44325; -73.3789Origins Sufi Order InāyatiArea servedWorldwideMethod Spiritual intentional community; Conference & retreat center; Headquarters of the Sufi Order InternationalKey peopleSpiritual leader, Zia Inayat-KhanWebsite theabode.org The Abode of the Message
The Abode of the Message
is a Universal Sufi community founded in 1975 by Vilayat Inayat Khan
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