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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 2016

February 6, 2016
Consideration and Generosity

In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan: The relation that exists between Murshid and mureed is so subtle and so delicate that only a few persons can understand it. It is not a relationship between a professor and a student. It is not a relation between an engineer and apprentice. The one who does not know it, for him it is nothing; and the one who knows it, for him it is everything.

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The Privilege of Being Human, Likened to the Light

Lake of the Ozarks Retreat
May 28, 29, 30, 31

In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan: As different lights differ in their degree of radiance, so do different souls. The purpose of the life of an individual is to perfect the light within.

• Play Audio Day 1 (43:20)
The means to develop and strengthen that light in oneself. Class begins with the Singing Zikar of Hazrat Inayat Khan

• Play Audio Day 2 (01:18:49)
Soul and body are one light, and therefore the external part of man is expressive of his inner being, and the inner being of man also is dependent in many ways upon his external being. Class begins with a brief song. Words by Hazrat Inayat Khan.

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The purpose of the life of an individual is to perfect the light within. Class begins with a brief song. Words by Hazrat Inayat Khan,

• Play Audio Day 4, Part 1 (58:01)
• Play Audio Day 4, Part 2 (08:19)
As every light needs fuel, so the light, which is ours, which is our self, needs fuel also. What is this fuel? Class begins with the Sufi Invocation by Hazrat Inayat Khan,

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October 8, 9, 10
Faith and Attainment

Ozark Fall 2016 Camp
Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri USA
October 8, 9, 10


In the words of Hazrat Inayat Khan:

To a mystic, faith is the unique power that works through the whole of creation. He does not mean by faith a belief in a certain religion or dogma or ceremony or book or teacher; he means trust, a trust even in the absence of reason.



Outline of Practices and Reading References

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Keynote: To a mystic, faith is the unique power that works through the whole of creation. (HIK) (1:01:48)

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Keynote: The point is that the first lesson to be learnt is to have faith in oneself! (HIK) (1:06:08)

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Keynote: With regard to trusting people a person may think, "Is it right to believe in anything a person says? Is it right to trust everybody? There are many people who are not worthy of trust; shall we then trust everybody in order to develop our trust?" The answer is, yes. (HIK) (34:29)

Play Audio - Day 3, Part 2
Keynote: It is through that one thing, faith, that our thoughts are kept powerful and full of strength; it is by nothing but that one thing: faith. (HIK)(27:44)

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