Sufism

“If anybody asks you, “What is Sufism?”. . . you may answer, “Sufism is the religion of the heart, the religion in which the most important thing is to seek God in the heart of humanity.”     – Hazrat Inayat Khan

Omega Publications and its imprint Suluk Press publish classic and contemporary books on Sufism with a special focus on the universal teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan and his successors, Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan and Pir Zia Inayat-Khan. We invite you to travel with us on the Sufi path of the heart.

The heart is the wellspring of our deepest motivations, a container for love. The goal of Sufism is to develop the capacity of the heart – the capacity to hold all the complexities of life in a matrix of love – and to discover the divinity inherent in all of creation.

Sufism is not a religion in the sense of being a system of beliefs separable from other religions, but a school of experience focused on the cultivation of the heart and the deepening of awareness through the practice of prayer, meditation and spiritual inquiry.

Though there are many Sufi schools and lineages, the Sufism of the Inayati Order is universalist in its acceptance of all people and all paths leading to the unfoldment of the  light and power latent in the human being.

Sufism is an endless path, pursued over a lifetime. The clues you will find in the books offered here will hopefully bring you closer to that which you seek.

For more information on Sufism and the Inayati Order, please visit   www.inayatiorder.org