Sufi Mysticism

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“silence is the language of god,  all else is poor translation.”  ― Rumi

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“silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation.” ― Rumi

Love Sufi dancers in Calligraphy Ne var efendim edecek hayret, Ehl-i ask'in tek, halini seyret. Ask, ilahidir "-Ah!" deyip sabret, Bil ki gecen asksiz gündür, fetret. Abdurrahman Vakkas

Love Sufi dancers in Calligraphy Ne var efendim edecek hayret, Ehl-i ask'in tek, halini seyret. Ask, ilahidir "-Ah!" deyip sabret, Bil ki gecen asksiz gündür, fetret. Abdurrahman Vakkas

Mevlevi çalışması.

Mevlevi çalışması.

What a beautiful thought. I have felt the force of Love that is myself, my essence and this poem fits it perfectly.

What a beautiful thought. I have felt the force of Love that is myself, my essence and this poem fits it perfectly.

Sufi

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Silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation. - Rumi

Silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation. - Rumi

Rumi - be wild and crazy and drunk with Love, if you are too careful, Love will not find you.

Rumi - be wild and crazy and drunk with Love, if you are too careful, Love will not find you.

Drunk with the ecstasy of love, I can no longer tell the difference between drunkard and drink, between love and Beloved ~ Rumi

Drunk with the ecstasy of love, I can no longer tell the difference between drunkard and drink, between love and Beloved ~ Rumi

A Dervish or Darvesh is someone treading a Sufi Muslim ascetic path or "Tariqah", who has taken vows of poverty & austerity. In this respect, Dervishes are most similar to mendicant friars in Christianity or Hindu/Buddhist/Jain sadhus. They first appeared in the 12th century; were noted for their wild or ecstatic rituals & were known as dancing, whirling, or howling dervishes according to the practice of their order. (Dervish Iran, early 20th century)

A Dervish or Darvesh is someone treading a Sufi Muslim ascetic path or "Tariqah", who has taken vows of poverty & austerity. In this respect, Dervishes are most similar to mendicant friars in Christianity or Hindu/Buddhist/Jain sadhus. They first appeared in the 12th century; were noted for their wild or ecstatic rituals & were known as dancing, whirling, or howling dervishes according to the practice of their order. (Dervish Iran, early 20th century)

This is why I always say "I am a God". The Deities are within us, and around us. Embrace yourself and you find the higher power we always seem to be seeking.

This is why I always say "I am a God". The Deities are within us, and around us. Embrace yourself and you find the higher power we always seem to be seeking.


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Çalınan her kapı açılsaydı, Ümidin,Sabrın ve İsteğin derecesi anlaşılmazdı. | Hz Mevlana

Çalınan her kapı açılsaydı, Ümidin,Sabrın ve İsteğin derecesi anlaşılmazdı. | Hz Mevlana

BismillahirRahmanirRahim "If your Heart isn't yet illumined Be awake always, be a seeker of the heart, Be at war continually with your carnal soul. But if your heart is already awakened, Sleep peacefully, sleep in the arms of Love." ~Rumi Hz.

BismillahirRahmanirRahim "If your Heart isn't yet illumined Be awake always, be a seeker of the heart, Be at war continually with your carnal soul. But if your heart is already awakened, Sleep peacefully, sleep in the arms of Love." ~Rumi Hz.

Se desiderate il rispetto, imparate a rispettare voi stessi; se desiderate l'altrui fiducia, imparate ad aver fiducia in voi stessi. (Inayat Khan)

Se desiderate il rispetto, imparate a rispettare voi stessi; se desiderate l'altrui fiducia, imparate ad aver fiducia in voi stessi. (Inayat Khan)

go my friend bestow your love even on your enemies if you touch their hearts, what do you think will happen . ~Rumi Translated by Nader Khal...

go my friend bestow your love even on your enemies if you touch their hearts, what do you think will happen . ~Rumi Translated by Nader Khal...

My soul is from elsewhere, I'm sure of that, and I intend to end up there.  Rumi

My soul is from elsewhere, I'm sure of that, and I intend to end up there. Rumi

Photographs of Dmitri Ermakov, 1846-1916

Photographs of Dmitri Ermakov, 1846-1916

Rumi Derviş - Of Life Mohamed Kamal Semazen

Rumi Derviş - Of Life Mohamed Kamal Semazen

Be certain that in the religion of Love there are no believers and unbelievers. Love embraces all."  Rumi

Be certain that in the religion of Love there are no believers and unbelievers. Love embraces all." Rumi

catapleustico:    “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust.”  — Rumi

catapleustico: “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust.” — Rumi

'Say Yes Quickly' - Rumi

'Say Yes Quickly' - Rumi

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