June: Inayatiyya Activities, Mid-Atlantic region Newsletter by Jami Klein.

Warm greetings, everyone, I hope you are well. The huge Mormon Temple outside DC has had an open house for two months. Usually it is only open for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, but renovations have just been completed, and the Temple has been open until it is reconsecrated. BesidesContinue reading “June: Inayatiyya Activities, Mid-Atlantic region Newsletter by Jami Klein.”

Tuesday class offering is changed to Monday class!

Dear friends, We have to reschedule our bi-weekly free classes from Tuesdays to Mondays due to changes in Raqib’s hospital schedule. We hope we will see on on 1st and 3rd Mondays of the each month! Time remains same: 7-8pm. Drop ins are welcome! Classes are still held on Zoom. Here is our Zoom linkContinue reading “Tuesday class offering is changed to Monday class!”

February 5th 2022: Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid’s 95th Urs

On this, our most sacred day of the year, we will celebrate life and spiritual legacy of our beloved Murshid, Hazrat Inayat Khan (1882-1927). We dedicate our Baraka class on Tuesday, February 7nd to Murshid’s Urs. Join in remembering his life, Zikr and poetry. If you are interested in reading about Murshid’s life, visit thisContinue reading “February 5th 2022: Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid’s 95th Urs”

Suluk Global

from Inayatiyya website: SULUK GLOBAL ONLINE PROGRAM A very special opportunity for murids worldwide.Application deadline June 1st. Acceptances sent by June 20th. As the world is on pause, and the future of gathering in-person uncertain, we are taking an adventurous and clearly guided step and moving Suluk online for a special 2020-2022 class. Our Suluk GlobalContinue reading “Suluk Global”

“…we intended to be known as the Inayatiyya..”

Latest news from Pir Zia and Astana: Dear Companions on the Path, As the virus continues its worldwide migration, each day brings news of another friend becoming ill. The poignancy of our interconnectedness has perhaps never been so palpable. We live in each other. May our healing prayers reach one another across land and sea.Continue reading ““…we intended to be known as the Inayatiyya..””