Dervish pilgrim  Sufism Islamby Pascal Sebah

An Ottoman Bektashi Dervish who are associated with the Alevites Turkic Shia Muslims who still retain a lot of Shamanist practices

Let the mind be like the lake that reflects all of the clouds passing over it, without any sticking to it. ~ Zen Proverb

Early photographs of Daoist sites and practice 道教舊影

Frithjof Schuon

Frithjof Schuon ( June 1907 – May was born to German parents in Basel, Switzerland. He was a philosopher, metaphysicist inspired by the Hindu philosophy of Advaita Vedanta, and author of numerous books on religion and spirituality.

bektashi order - Resimler: Bektaşi Dervişleri (Bektashi Dervis

bektashi order - Resimler: Bektaşi Dervişleri (Bektashi Dervis

Kurdish Yezidi Priest in front of the Temple of the Peacock Angel in Sacred Lalish Iraqi Kurdistan. Photo by Christopher De Bruyn [OS] [498 x 750]

Yazidi religious leader at the entrance to the Yazidi temple at Lalish, Iraq.

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Press photo by GEORGE ROGER- MAGNUM photos, of Siri [ Ahmed Serri Dede] Ahmad Dede, in the garden of the Bektashi Tekkya "Monastry" located at the Jebel Muqattam, on the outskirts of Cairo. The Tekkya, known in Turkish as the Kaygusuz Sultan Tekkya, and in Arabic as Tekkyat Sheikh Abdallah al- Maghaweri [ Meghara= Cave in Arabic].

Press photo by GEORGE ROGER- MAGNUM photos, of Siri [ Ahmed Serri Dede] Ahmad Dede, in the garden of the Bektashi Tekkya "Monastry" located at the Jebel Muqattam, on the outskirts of Cairo. The Tekkya, known in Turkish as the Kaygusuz Sultan Tekkya, and in Arabic as Tekkyat Sheikh Abdallah al- Maghaweri [ Meghara= Cave in Arabic].

Lex Hixon, here with Sheikh Muzaffer Ashki

Lex Hixon, here with Sheikh Muzaffer Ashki

Martin Lings (24 January 1909 – 12 May 2005), also known as Shaykh Abū Bakr Sirāj ad-Dīn, was an English Muslim writer, scholar, and philosopher. He was an authority on the work of William Shakespeare and is best known as the author of Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources, first published in 1983 and still in print.    #Islam #Sufism #Esoterism #Mysticism #Spirituality #God #Religion #Allah #Awliya #Saint #Shaykh #Islamicshop #Sufishop #Kiswah #kiswa #Poetry #Islamicpoetry

Martin Lings (24 January 1909 – 12 May 2005), also known as Shaykh Abū Bakr Sirāj ad-Dīn, was an English Muslim writer, scholar, and philosopher. He was an authority on the work of William Shakespeare and is best known as the author of Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources, first published in 1983 and still in print. #Islam #Sufism #Esoterism #Mysticism #Spirituality #God #Religion #Allah #Awliya #Saint #Shaykh #Islamicshop #Sufishop #Kiswah #kiswa #Poetry #Islamicpoetry

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