Under the Eye of God

Under the Eye of God, with Sheikh Burhanuddin Herrmann

The video above is in english with italian translation

 

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 t

he 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.

Sheikh Burhanuddin is also a musician and a composer,

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Sheikh Burhanuddin Herrmann è un mistico e maestro spirituale di origini tedesche.

Quando era molto giovane, il desiderio del suo cuore di trovare un maestro lo condusse

a Maulana Sheikh Nazim Adil al-Haqqani, l’attuale Gran Maestro e guida mondiale

dell’ordine Sufi Naqshbandi .

E stato lui ad iniziarlo e educarlo alla via tradizionale dei dervisci, principalmente a

Cipro , dove risiede Sheikh Nazim , e durante innumerevoli viaggi in giro per il mondo.

Su richiesta dello stesso Maulana e in linea con un antico costume Sufi,

 

Sheikh BurhanuddinSheikh Burhanuddin da quasi tre

decenni insegna viaggiando con

instancabile passione, dolcezza e

humour, attraverso città , nazioni

e continenti.

Egli ama sedersi con con i cercatori

di verità , con i cuori innamorati

di ogni provenienza e credo.

 

Sheikh Burhanuddin è anche un musicista e compositore.

  

A Sufi Story

 

Some Hindus brought an elephant to exhibit, they kept it in a dark house.

People went in and out, they couldn’t see anything, they felt with their hands

One person touched the trunk – “it’s like a downspout”

One, an ear, “more like a fan” One, the leg, “I find it round and solid like the

column on a temple”

One touches the back – “an enormous throne” One says “straight”, another “crooked”.

If each had a candle and they went in together the differences would disappear.

The lamp and the wick change but the light’s the same.

See the light within the flame.

It is limited in it’s perception.

 

Jalal ud-din-i Rumi (1207-1273 c.e.)

elephant

 

Simbax Video seeks to provide a platform to help students improve their 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.

 

 

Made with cuore in Italy