The inner search / La ricerca interiore
with Sheikh Burhanuddin – The inner search / La ricerca interiore
IL VERO INIZIO
La pratica è importante, ma ciò che conta davvero, il vero inizio del cammino,
è che tu abbia fiducia in qualcuno e lo ascolti. In questo modo entrerai in
contatto con il cuore anziché con il metodo, e ti radicherai nel divino.
Molte persone praticano meditazione, ma non fanno appello al loro cuore.
Possono andare avanti per anni e anni con i loro corsi e seminari, possono
apprendere i metodi più avanzati, ma finché non si innamorano e si sottomettano
ad una guida non vanno da nessuna parte.
Sottomettersi significa sedersi con qualcuno che ha percorso il sentiero prima
di te e fare esattamente quel che ti dice di fare.
Burhanuddin Herrmann, Il Cammello sul Tetto ARMENIA
Sheikh Burhanuddin is a mystic and spiritual teacher of German origin.
When he was joung the desire of his heart led him to Maulana Sheikh
Nazim Adil al-Haqqani Rabbani, the current Grand Master and th world
guide of the Naqshbandi Sufi Order. He initiated and educated him
to the traditional way of the dervishes mainly in Cyprus, where Maulana
resides, and during numberless journeys around the world.
Upon request of Maulana and in line with an old Sufi custom,
Sheikh Burhanuddin for nearly three decades teaches travelling with tireless
passion, sweetness and humor, through cities, nations and continents.
He loves to sit with with the searcher of truth, with the hearts in love of
any backrounds and beliefs.
Sufism is not different from the mysticism of all religions. Mysticism comes from Adam
(pbuh), of monks, of hermits, and of Muhammad (pbuh). A river passes through many
countries and each claims it for its own. But there is only one river.
Truth does not change. People change. People try to possess truth and keep it for
themselves, keep it from others. But you cannot own the truth.
The path of sufism is the elimination of any intermediaries between the individual and God.
The goal is to act as an extension, not to be a barrier.
To be a dervish is to serve and to help others, not just to sit and pray. To be a real dervish is
to lift up those who have fallen, to wipe the tears of the suffering, to caress the friendless and
Different people have different capacities. Some can help with their hands, others with
their tongue, others with their prayers, and others with their wealth.
Sharing is the purpose of life and the only way to truly receive fulfillment.
When individuals share, they connect to the force of energy that is called Light,
the Infinite Source of Goodness, the Divine Force, the Creator.
By sharing, one can overcome ego – the force of negativity.
lives. To accomplish this you will find here teachers providing students with
spiritual tools based on principles of the Sufi tradition,
that students can then apply as they fit to make better decisions that not only benefit
themselves but at the same time help make the world better