The Healing Power of Sufi Meditation

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For those who have reached a level of understanding of the illusory nature of the world around us and seek to discern the reality that lies behind it, Sufi meditation - muraqabah - is the doorwaye through which we can pass from this realm of delusion into the realm of realities. Through meditation the seeker has a means to return to his or her perfected original self. Muraqabah is the fastest and most direct method for advancing in spiritual degrees. It is in fact a migration from one's self to God. Through meditation higher states of consciousness are attained, and the connection to the seeker's true inner self is established, built-up and maintained, providing the practictioner with a lifeline to the Divine Presence. This book presents the spiritual background behind the practice of meditation, then takes the reader step-by-step, through the basics of spiritual connection based on the ancient teachings of the Naqshbandi Sufi masters of Central Asia.

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I have found this book easy to understand and an excellent guide book to greatly understand the path of sufism.
I was priviledged to meet Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani many days ago during his
Australian visit and I am still basking in the light of his presence.
May Allah continue to bless he and his able bodied servants.


the Means and the End
Chapter 1
Introduction to Angelic Healing
Healing with Divine Energy
Secrets of Ablution and the Powers

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About the author (2005)

Having achieved business success at a remarkably young age, Shaykh Mirahmadi retired to pursue his religious studies and devote himself to the service to the needy. He then founded an international relief organization, a spiritual healing center and a religious social group for at risk youth. In 1995, he became a protégé of Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani for in-depth studies in Islamic spirituality known as Sufism. Together with Shaykh Kabbani, he has established a number of other Islamic educational organizations and relief programs throughout the world. He has traveled extensively throughout the world learning and teaching Sufi Meditation and Sufi Healing. Understanding of Sufi Energy and Discipline of the self and the process of Self-realisation.

Hedieh Mirahmadi, J.D. Dr. Mirahmadi was raised in Southern California where she received her law degree from the UCLA. A deeply spiritual person, Dr. Mirahmadi turned to the study of the Sufi path after a series of personal events focused her on the need for self-realization. After encountering a Sufi teacher, she discovered the experience of Dhikr, Remembrance of the Divine and muraqabah, Sufi Meditation, extremely effective in propelling the seeker to higher states of awareness. Transforming the direction of her life, Dr. Mirahmadi quickly realized that in a world wrought with hatred, fear and conflict, Sufi meditation could take practitioners to an ethereal place outside their minds within their subconscious where they were free to encounter the healing power of divine energy. On 911, as the struggle for the soul of Islam began across the world, including here in the United States, she was inextricably drawn to liberating her co-religionists from the shackles of extremists who systematically suppress such inalienable human rights as the equal treatment of women and the freedom of religious expression. Dr. Mirahmadi went on to direct the Islamic Supreme Council of America, teaching Muslim communities around the world how to create vibrant civil society infrastructure, such as setting up community centers, orphanages, clinics, youth hostels and boarding schools where people could meet in harmony and peace. She worked with governments in Central and Southeast Asia to fight corruption and to empower their people with the intellectual and financial capital to a successful democracy. Dr Mirahmadis latest endeavor is her most significant both personally and in the long term challenge of bringing freedom to areas overrun by rampant corruption and tyranny. As Executive Director and founder of the WORDE, Hedieh has combined her political, social and intellectual savvy of the Muslim world to create the policy and networks that will transform stifled and oppressed Muslim communities into progressive, self-sustaining, institutions of grass roots democracy. Beginning in 2005, she will also be a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.

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