Sufi Practices at the Dome

Finally the cafe is settled enough that Tsukina is starting up Sufi activities at the Dome. If you haven’t been into the Dome, you’re in for a treat. It’s a beautiful space with absolutely amazing acoustics.


Zikr is the practice of remembrance – chanting the divine names brings us closer to the One. Of course, as there is only One, we cannot really ever be apart from it, but we don’t always know or recognize that. I recall Robert Thurman saying that nonduality is beyond nirvana and samsara, so that one day after enlightenment, you realize that you were never separate from nirvana, or so he had heard. All mystics hold the same truth, whatever the language used to point in that direction.

Come join us for zikr Fridays at 11am.

Hazrat Inayat Khan gave a ritual that allows a group to become a channel for the divine healing power to enter the world. We share a bit of Inayat Khan’s teachings on healing to make sure we’re all on the same page mentally, and then a few practices to harmonize our breath. The ritual itself is about twenty minutes of guided meditations interspersed with prayers.

Join us at 11am sharp on Mondays for healing circle.

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