Having explained in the previous lecture the different stages of God-consciousness, the Shaykh now discusses 13 characteristics of t...
What is Sufism? A formal Explanation Part 18: The Final Two Principles: Night Rising (Tahajjud) and Strengthening Awareness and Love...
In the world that we live in it is understood there is a relationship between events, whereby a cause can create an affect. Similarl...
Concluding the discussion on the Sufis, the Shaykh discusses a few inflential personalities who had became well known in the Path of...
Continuing the discussion of mentioning brief biographies of prominent sufis of the past, discussed here is the founder of the Rifa&...
Abu ‘l-Qasim Junaid ibn Muhammed al-Bagdadhi is one of the first, most famous, early saints of Islam. He was born and raised i...
From the many schools of thought that existed in the past, from the likes of Imam Awza’i, Imam Layth ibn Sa’d and Imam T...
Why do we call someone “good”, “bad” or “evil” when human beings are in fact individuals of the same genus? Reading from the work of...
A common terminology used in tasawwuf is the word suluk. Derived from the verb ‘salaka’, which means ‘to travel; t...
As reported in numerous hadiths, the speaker mentions the two conditions needed for one to spiritually connect to the fast and the n...