This picture tells a story all on its own. It is simple, but elegant. To take the hand of a Master/Dom. He will guide you as you give him the gift of your submission. This is from the 2004 Phantom of the Opera movie.

Close both eyes to see with the 'other' eye. - Rumi

"Close both eyes to see with the other eye." Rumi [Dua - invocation - an act of supplication]

Whirling dervish... “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Then sings my soul -- Whirling dervish. “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Whirling Dervishes, Turkey

“ Make me sweet again Fragrant, fresh, wild And thankful for any small event Rumi

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

Rumi Sufi

I never understood the dances of the Dervish, the sufism, until I knew Rumi through his wisdom, peaceful heart & mind .

Your calling my name is My reply.  Your longing for Me is My message to you.   All your attempts to reach Me  are in reality My attempts to reach You.  Your fear and love are a noose to catch Me.    In the silence surrounding every call of “God”  Waits a thousand replies of “Here I am.” - Rumi #sufism #whirling #dervish #mevlevi #sufi #rumi

Dervish, Ismail Acar Collection Turkish Islamic Art Museum, Istanbul, Turkey by SvKck

"Reason has no way to say its love. Only love opens that secret.  If you want to be more alive, love is the truest health." ~~Rumi~~

The poem by Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi is beautiful, as always. He has spoken only beautiful words. He is one of the most significant poets who are.

Whirling Dervish Egypt. Amazing.

Previous pinner: Whirling Dervish I saw whirling dervishes in Egypt.

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