If you are here then you are most likely a seeker.
You may be seeking peace and healing and a way to cultivate more love or a deeper connection to the Divine in your life. You may be called towards sacred knowledge, seeking wisdom and guidance, sensing that there is more to this life then what appears on the surface. Or you may just be looking for better tools to cope with life’s challenges.
To travel the path away from fear and isolation and towards hope and freedom, you will need a few things to get started. You will need a map, a compass, tools and a guide who knows the way through the rich terrain of the spiritual world, including the seen and unseen worlds. This is the Shadhiliyya Sufi path and all are welcome to drink from this well. At its core, this path is about love and truth. You will have many questions, ask them. This is a path of acquiring knowledge that comes from tasting for yourself, directly experiencing and engaging with it, more than intellectual theory. The love guides us to truth and the truth opens our hearts to receive more love. Then, as we keep walking, we become a more and more cleaner reflection of this love and this truth.
Why This Path
The combination of sacred knowledge, healing practices and commitment to building strong families and communities is what makes us unique
How Sufism Can Help You
Learn how the practice of Sufism helps people in their daily lives. Some of the benefits include…
Meet Travelers on the Path
Hear the stories of those who have discovered this path and how Sufism has positively impacted their lives.
Discover the practices and healings that are the foundation of this Shadhiliyya Sufi tradition.
Begin your journey towards healing and knowledge with an understanding of the fundamentals of the Sufi path.
“If the Muslims, Christians, Jews and the people of any other knew their religion well, there would only be one religion, the religion of love and peace and mercy.”
About Our Guide
Learn more about the masterful guide who began this branch of the Shadhiliyya Sufi tariqa and had followers throughout the U.S., U.K., and Jerusalem.
Discover the many regions and communities where people gather to pray and practice together.