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Bringing Spirituality into Everyday Life! Facilitated by Himayat Inayati

Pir Vilayat invoked a beautiful world filled with beautiful people and often underscored that the dervish brings to the world a living God – bringing Reality right into the marketplace!

Today’s world is brimming with clouds all around us and naturally within us as well. The challenge that Pir Vilayat offers is to unleash that Great Spirit found at the depth of our soul in a manner that illuminates us and is shared with the world around us.

This three-day retreat will revisit, celebrate, and apply the teaching of Pir Vilayat – addressing the needs of the young adult entering the world, the mature adult moving through this world, and the older adult making use of the space that is now offered within their life.

This retreat will focus on:

  • Removing obstacles to our thinking
  • Awakening to deeper and wider dimensions of Reality
  • Awakening to Divine messaging within everyday life
  • Experiencing a shift from individuation toward a fuller personality
  • Sharing the joy of spiritual realization with the greater community of life

Himayat Inayati, M.S., Th.D., has been studying Hazrat Inayat Khan’s universal Sufism for forty-six years. He worked closely with Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan while serving as International Kefayat of The Sufi Healing Order for twenty years. During that time he created twenty-seven international and national conferences addressing the evolution of spirituality and science in education, healing, and health care. He created The Raphaelite Work ™ – a method of healing and embodied transformational process through presence, inquiry and touch. Himayat has presented the teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan on spiritual liberty in fourteen different countries. He taught at Season of the Rose 2015 & 2017 and at the Zenith Swiss Alps Camp in 1990 and 2017. Presently he provides two series of on-line classes “Keys To The Divine Treasury – The Early Sufis”, and “The Love, Harmony & Beauty Series” that have participation from six different countries. He founded two schools for the education of children (Rainbow Community School &. Odyssey School). Himayat also guides personal spiritual retreats at Light of the Mountains Retreat Center in the mountains of Western North Carolina, where he resides

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Retreat in Life with Wahhab and Batina

Spiritual retreat is one of the most powerful processes for spiritual growth and transformation; however, because we tend to have very busy lives, it is often difficult for us to leave work and family responsibilities behind for several days to go into seclusion for an individually guided retreat.

In order to make the benefits of retreat more available for everyone, particularly for those who find it difficult to get away, Wahhab and Batina are offering a retreat process during their time at the Abode that can be easily integrated into one’s everyday life routines and responsibilities.

The purposes are the same: awakening, renewal, and transformation; but instead of doing practices in seclusion, one uses the activities and experiences of one’s everyday life as teachers and guides for one’s journey of Self-discovery and transformation.

The retreat takes place over three weeks, beginning Saturday, August 4th, and ending on Saturday August 25th, and each of the three weeks is focused on one of the three stages of the retreat: Week 1 – Purification of the Heart, Week 2 – Self-Realization; and Week 3 – Living Our Truth.

Each morning will begin with practices, an attunement and a reading related to the theme of the day. A practice is given to hold in one’s consciousness throughout the day for the purpose of stimulating awareness, insight, and personal and spiritual growth. The evening is a time to revisit the morning’s practices and to use journaling or other creative media to reflect upon what has been gained through one’s experiences during the day.

Retreatants will be encouraged to conclude each weekly stage of the retreat with some creative expression of their retreat experience that can be shared with fellow retreatants in respectful and heart-centered conversation (sohbet) at the week’s end gatherings on Saturdays.

To get the full benefit of the process, retreatants are encouraged to participate in all three stages of the retreat. However, if this is not possible, retreatants could participate in one or two of the weekly stages. Participation means (1) attending the Saturday morning session to begin the retreat stage, (2) making a commitment to follow the daily retreat schedules, and (3) attending the Saturday morning session to conclude the retreat stage.

Retreat in Life with Wahhab and Batina

Spiritual retreat is one of the most powerful processes for spiritual growth and transformation; however, because we tend to have very busy lives, it is often difficult for us to leave work and family responsibilities behind for several days to go into seclusion for an individually guided retreat.

In order to make the benefits of retreat more available for everyone, particularly for those who find it difficult to get away, Wahhab and Batina are offering a retreat process during their time at the Abode that can be easily integrated into one’s everyday life routines and responsibilities.

The purposes are the same: awakening, renewal, and transformation; but instead of doing practices in seclusion, one uses the activities and experiences of one’s everyday life as teachers and guides for one’s journey of Self-discovery and transformation.

The retreat takes place over three weeks, beginning Saturday, August 4th, and ending on Saturday August 25th, and each of the three weeks is focused on one of the three stages of the retreat: Week 1 – Purification of the Heart, Week 2 – Self-Realization; and Week 3 – Living Our Truth.

Each morning will begin with practices, an attunement and a reading related to the theme of the day. A practice is given to hold in one’s consciousness throughout the day for the purpose of stimulating awareness, insight, and personal and spiritual growth. The evening is a time to revisit the morning’s practices and to use journaling or other creative media to reflect upon what has been gained through one’s experiences during the day.

Retreatants will be encouraged to conclude each weekly stage of the retreat with some creative expression of their retreat experience that can be shared with fellow retreatants in respectful and heart-centered conversation (sohbet) at the week’s end gatherings on Saturdays.

To get the full benefit of the process, retreatants are encouraged to participate in all three stages of the retreat. However, if this is not possible, retreatants could participate in one or two of the weekly stages. Participation means (1) attending the Saturday morning session to begin the retreat stage, (2) making a commitment to follow the daily retreat schedules, and (3) attending the Saturday morning session to conclude the retreat stage.

Retreat in Life with Wahhab and Batina

Spiritual retreat is one of the most powerful processes for spiritual growth and transformation; however, because we tend to have very busy lives, it is often difficult for us to leave work and family responsibilities behind for several days to go into seclusion for an individually guided retreat.

In order to make the benefits of retreat more available for everyone, particularly for those who find it difficult to get away, Wahhab and Batina are offering a retreat process during their time at the Abode that can be easily integrated into one’s everyday life routines and responsibilities.

The purposes are the same: awakening, renewal, and transformation; but instead of doing practices in seclusion, one uses the activities and experiences of one’s everyday life as teachers and guides for one’s journey of Self-discovery and transformation.

The retreat takes place over three weeks, beginning Saturday, August 4th, and ending on Saturday August 25th, and each of the three weeks is focused on one of the three stages of the retreat: Week 1 – Purification of the Heart, Week 2 – Self-Realization; and Week 3 – Living Our Truth.

Each morning will begin with practices, an attunement and a reading related to the theme of the day. A practice is given to hold in one’s consciousness throughout the day for the purpose of stimulating awareness, insight, and personal and spiritual growth. The evening is a time to revisit the morning’s practices and to use journaling or other creative media to reflect upon what has been gained through one’s experiences during the day.

Retreatants will be encouraged to conclude each weekly stage of the retreat with some creative expression of their retreat experience that can be shared with fellow retreatants in respectful and heart-centered conversation (sohbet) at the week’s end gatherings on Saturdays.

To get the full benefit of the process, retreatants are encouraged to participate in all three stages of the retreat. However, if this is not possible, retreatants could participate in one or two of the weekly stages. Participation means (1) attending the Saturday morning session to begin the retreat stage, (2) making a commitment to follow the daily retreat schedules, and (3) attending the Saturday morning session to conclude the retreat stage.

A Retreat in Life with Wahhab and Batina

Spiritual retreat is one of the most powerful processes for spiritual growth and transformation; however, because we tend to have very busy lives, it is often difficult for us to leave work and family responsibilities behind for several days to go into seclusion for an individually guided retreat.

In order to make the benefits of retreat more available for everyone, particularly for those who find it difficult to get away, Wahhab and Batina are offering a retreat process during their time at the Abode that can be easily integrated into one’s everyday life routines and responsibilities.

The purposes are the same: awakening, renewal, and transformation; but instead of doing practices in seclusion, one uses the activities and experiences of one’s everyday life as teachers and guides for one’s journey of Self-discovery and transformation.

The retreat takes place over three weeks, beginning Saturday, August 4th, and ending on Saturday August 25th, and each of the three weeks is focused on one of the three stages of the retreat: Week 1 – Purification of the Heart, Week 2 – Self-Realization; and Week 3 – Living Our Truth.

Each morning will begin with practices, an attunement and a reading related to the theme of the day. A practice is given to hold in one’s consciousness throughout the day for the purpose of stimulating awareness, insight, and personal and spiritual growth. The evening is a time to revisit the morning’s practices and to use journaling or other creative media to reflect upon what has been gained through one’s experiences during the day.

Retreatants will be encouraged to conclude each weekly stage of the retreat with some creative expression of their retreat experience that can be shared with fellow retreatants in respectful and heart-centered conversation (sohbet) at the week’s end gatherings on Saturdays.

To get the full benefit of the process, retreatants are encouraged to participate in all three stages of the retreat. However, if this is not possible, retreatants could participate in one or two of the weekly stages. Participation means (1) attending the Saturday morning session to begin the retreat stage, (2) making a commitment to follow the daily retreat schedules, and (3) attending the Saturday morning session to conclude the retreat stage.