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Religions' Sacred Teachings
and Their Inner Meanings
International Symposium
15th December 2013

Seeing God Everywhere:
Traversing the
Spiritual Journey
5th November 2011

An Ancient Psychology
for a Modern Era
The Journey of the ego self
to the Spiritual Self
International Symposium
4th December 2010

One Humanity, Many Faiths
Interfaith Summit
February 2009

Sufi Music and Zikr
by Al Madeheen
September 2008

Moulana Rumi and the
Perfume of Divine Love
International Symposium
December 2007

ABC Radio Interview
December 2007

UNESCO Moulana Congress
Tehran and Tabriz
October 2007

UNESCO Moulana Rumi
Istanbul and Konya
May 2007

Conference on the
Iranian Identity
December 2006

Dalai Lama meets
with Muslim and
Sufi leaders
April 2006

Sufi Meditation
on ABC Radio
April/May 2006

Life of Maryam (a.s.)
August 2005

The Unifying Role
Of Mysticism
International Symposium
October 2004

Peace and God Consciousness
- The Journey of the Soul
International Symposium
October 2003

Uniting & Dividing
Humanity - The role
politics & religion play
August 2003

Sufism & Self-Transformation
The Path of Knowledge
and Love
International Symposium
October 2002

An Evening with
Claudio Naranjo
September 2002

Unity Within Diversity
November 2001

The Message of Moulana Rumi
"Listen to the Reed
How it Tells its Tale...."
International Symposium
November 2000

The Need for Sufism in a
New Century - An Old
Tradition for a New World
International Symposium
May 2000

Sufi Music and Zikr by Al Madeheen

September 2008


The room was filled with people who had travelled from across Sydney to participate in this special gathering and to hear the spiritual music of Al Madeheen. This renowned group of Sufi musicians, who formed in Syria twenty years ago, superbly displayed their unique ability, inspiring all with their performance, which is really an act of worship and remembrance of God. The feeling of worship and love was palpable in the room as people from various spiritual backgrounds were brought together. The sound of their music spread throughout the building in the Community Centre and many people on different floors were so affected that they spilled out from their rooms into the foyer outside our room. It seemed that all the barriers of language, background and faith were surpassed in a moment, as the energy and power of the sublime words, recited by the vocalists penetrated the hearts and souls of the listeners. On this evening early in the holy month of Ramadhan, it seemed that Allah’s (swt) grace had rained down on us and in that moment we were unified and transported by the joy of this remembrance.


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