“ Very much worth attending. ”
— David on Mar 27, 2017.
“ I loved it. Will be back. ”
— Reverend Evangelia H. on Oct 9, 2016.
“ I live in Phoenix.I have never been to meetup with these people. However,I always go on-line and look up the great jobs they doing. I even thinking of moving down to Southern California. ”
— Wilson T. on Jan 13, 2015.
“ A great place to feel God's presence. ”
— Bouteina on Apr 21, 2013.
“ The atmosphere is very supportive and non-threatening. Everyone seems very friendly, accepting and open. Interactions with others is only limited by my feelings of ineptness. I am really glad I attended. To me it was a very safe experience and I look forward to attending more 'gatherings.' I appreciate the compassion I felt from everyone. ”
— Nelda J. on Sep 15, 2012.
“ loved the experience! ”
— Ali R. on Aug 29, 2012.
“ A great community of loving people! ”
— John William K. on Aug 13, 2012.
“ A space where peace and spirituality seekers meet and communicate. ”
— Bouteina on Jul 24, 2012.
“ I first arrived at the door steps of the sufi meetings in June of 2005 and have been showing up every week since. These meetings provide me with such incredible support for my spiritual walking. I even met my wife at one of the sufi events. I am very blessed to be part of this group and welcome anyone seeking a divine tasting. ”
— Matt on Jul 7, 2011.
“ The healing clinics are the most popular. New people can get a taste of what Sufi healing is all about. And one can always schedule a personal healing with a specific healing of your choice at anytime you feel you need it throughout the week. Many of our members are Sufi healing practitioners which is how we are able to offer an open free clinic like this. This is also a taste of the love. ”
— Hakima on May 22, 2010.
“ It's a beautiful experience. ”
— Laurie on May 16, 2010.
“ Without bias the Heart can bloom. ”
— Isma'il on Mar 8, 2010.
“ I feel anyone looking for a group of people that are genuinely kind and supportive, would be well served to at least visit this group. Also, anyone struggling even the slightest bit with organized religion and the many perceived or actual conflicts or contradictions, would also benefit from the group and of course more importantly from the groups overall beliefs. I struggled myself with some of those very things and the Sufi Way really gives you a way to pursue your spiritual beliefs without the limits, laws or bounderies that are imposed by other forms of religion. It really seems to be a much freer form of expression with the overall theme to be kindness, loving yourself, being loved by, and loving God, and in turn loving others around you, never passing judgment or being threatened with any type of punishment or reprisal. ”
— scott on May 12, 2008.