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Heart with Wings


Murshida Stephanie Nuria Sabato

Meditations on The Message is a Meditation Retreat that focuses on the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan. The teachings are supported with supplemental readings, meditations, and breath practices, which are all aimed at the development of the 'democracy of the ego and the nobility of the soul'.

Classes Offered in 2015

February 7, 2015
Consideration and Generosity

The Sufi Message, Volume XIII, Gathas, Morals 3.5 and 3.6: Respect In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan: To the Sufi the missing of an opportunity of considering another is a great disappointment, for he does not consider it to be a fault toward a human being but to God. It is not only in giving or sharing pleasures that one shows hospitality to another; even in word, manner or action one can show this feeling.

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May 24, 25, 26, 27
Phenomenon of the Soul

In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan: All souls return to God, some with open eyes, some blindly. Every moment of this life is an opportunity, whose value is so great that all the pains, all the troubles, all the sorrow of existence would be too small a price for even one moment of life.

Outline of Practices and Reading References


Day 1 Attunement

All souls return to God, some with open eyes, some blindly. Every moment of this life is an opportunity, whose value is so great that all the pains, all the troubles, all the sorrow of existence would be too small a price for even one moment of life. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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Day 2 Attunement
To create happiness for oneself and others, therein lie the whole of religion and the whole of philosophy. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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Day 3 Attunement
Souls that are not in tune will enter the angelic heavens all the same; even in heaven there is no peace. The inharmonious people follow the harmonious ones even there. One soul is more harmonious than another, but in the music of the heavens they all fit in, just as in our music we would not want everything to be alike. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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Day 4 Attunement
The soul is continually on the way towards improvement; therefore even in the angelic world the soul is not quite perfect. The perfection is in the goal, not in the soul. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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October 10 & 11
Self-Attainment, Analysis of the Self

In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan: Each soul's attainment is according to its evolution.

Outline of Practices and Reading References


Day 1 Attunement

The impulse to attain a thing and the control of that impulse, both things are necessary. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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Day 2 Attunement
To create happiness for oneself and others, therein lie the whole of religion and the whole of philosophy. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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