Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Becoming Fully Human: Sufi Teachers Share Experiences of the Soul's Journey. Cemalnur Sargut, Robert Abdul Hayy Darr, Camille & Kabir Helminski
Friday Evening March 23-Mid-day Sunday March 25
ICCNC (Islamic Cultural Center of Northern California),
1433 Madison St Oakland, CA 94612-4314
Cemalnur Sargut, one of the most inspired and respected spiritual teachers of Turkey, will make a rare appearance in the United States. Through her very being she is a living example of Divine Love and Wisdom.
Robert Abdul Hayy Darr, describes himself as "a teacher of Sufism for an
ordinary life." He studied the Afghan Sufi path of the late Ustad Raz Mohammed Zaray, and is the author of The Spy of The Heart, and the translator of Shabistari's Garden of Mystery.
Shaikh Kabir and Camille Helminski of the Mevlevi Tradition founded by Rumi, are internationally respected Sufi teachers and authors. Their most recent book is The Rumi Daybook (Shambhala, 2012).
Weekend of exploration: talks, music, spiritual practice, and friendship.
"The purpose of the Baraka Institute is to bring together authentic spiritual teachers from various lineages to explore all aspects of spiritual life and practice. We believe humanity is at a defining moment, facing unprecedented challenges, in need of traditional wisdom, as well as a fresh perspective on how that wisdom is to be lived today." ~Kabir Helminski
Friday night 8-10. "Introduction: A Spirituality Adequate to the Times."
Saturday, Registration 9-9:30, Sessions: 9:30-6 PM. Lunch provided.
Sunday, 9:30-12:30 Final Sessions and Conclusion.
All inclusive registration: $165 (at the door).
To register in advance on the Internet: $150.