Special programs

Zikr Batin

Oct 15 – Nov 12 - Dec 3 3 sessions - 2 hours each
$33-$99
  • This is an invite-only program.
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At a Glance

Zikr is an inner reality in which the Invoked takes possession of the heart

  • Time: 9-11 AM Pacific Time
  • Duration: 3 sessions - 2 hours each
  • Format: on Zoom
  • Teacher: Taj Inayat
  • Eligibility: Attended Moth and Flame class (or watched the recordings) and applied to Taj
  • Questions? Contact us for questions about registration, eligibility and scholarships.
You are my life, it is in you that I live, From You I borrow life and you do I give: O my soul and spirit, You I adore, I live in You, so do I live ever more.
Hazrat Inayat Khan

Available to those who attended the Moth and Flame class or watched the videos and applied to Taj

All proceeds will be donated to the Hurqalaya Center local food bank.

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Teacher(s)

Taj Inayat

Taj Inayat

Taj Inayat is the spiritual director of the Hurqalya Center and an initiate since 1967 in the Sufi Order International, now the Inayatiyya Order, a mystical and ecumenical fellowship rooted in the visionary legacy of Hazrat Inayat Khan. Three years after initiation she met Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, head of the Order, and became his spiritual partner. They collaborated in the work until his death in 2004.

Taj served as Vice President of the Sufi Order International, as teacher/guide for many years before co-creating Sufi Retreats and New Rain, programs that carried on the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan.

Taj’s work is founded on a lifetime's attention to the human heart. Her capacity for supporting mystical awakening and self-knowing has grown out of her long experience as a spiritual guide in the transformative traditions of Sufism, Diamond Approach and Tibetan Buddhism. She is a minister in the Universal Worship Church and holds an MA in Counseling Psychology.

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Schedule

10/15/2023

9 AM - 11 AM PT Noon - 2 PM ET

11/12/2023

9 AM - 11 AM PT Noon - 2 PM ET

12/03/2023

9 AM - 11 AM PT Noon - 2 PM ET
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