Love and Wisdom through the Qur’an, Hadiths and the Bible


Dr. Kianfar

 Three Sundays, May 7, May 21 & June 4

Understanding the Qur’an,  The Hadiths and the Bible are coursework for persons of all spiritual backgrounds and traditions who are seeking to learn more about themselves, the true meaning of religion (and Islam), the true but hidden messages of the Qur’an, truly understand the Bible and the knowledgeable way toward universal understanding (God/Allah).

Participants will leave the class with:

  • A deeper understanding of their own Self;
  • How the mysticism of religion is appropriately directed to the destination of Self-knowledge through the flame of Love burning in the hearth of Wisdom;
  • How the Qur’an is not a book for external imitation but more fully a mirror in which to understand the hidden language and rhythm that is the book of your own Self in the point of Unity (universal harmony, etc.)

These classes, taught by a knowledgeable and wise Sufi Master, will prove to be a valuable resource to persons of all religious and spiritual faiths and traditions. They will deepen and enrich your own personal spiritual practice, whatever your faith or spiritual tradition, and have been attended by: people in rabbinical training, people in Christian ministry, Buddhist scholars, scholars of indigenous American traditions, psychologists, medical physicians, philosophy students, university professors, community activists, poets, masters of martial arts, and classroom teachers.

2017 Spring Classes
All classes are led by Shah Nazar Seyyed Ali Kianfar, Ph.D., co-Director, International Association of Sufism and are open to the public.

Registration:

Registration is now closed.

Schedule:
Understanding the Qur’an: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Hadiths: 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Understanding The Bible: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Three Sundays, May 7, May 21 & June 4

Location:
Institute for Sufi Studies
14 Commercial Blvd. #101, Novato

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