Minnesota Shadhiliyya Sufi Community
In the Twin Cities we have a vibrant community waiting to join hands with you on your spiritual journey. We have weekly classes and events, designed for both newcomers and experienced spiritual travellers. We offer ongoing classes on a variety of topics as well as hosting visiting teachers from all over the country. Most of our local classes are free and scholarships are available for most of the workshops we host for national teachers.
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What is Sufism?
~ Sidi writing to his beloveds in the Minnesota Community
What Does Sufism Have to Offer?
Sufism is like a four legged stool. When all four legs are securely attached and even, you have a very sturdy and balanced place to sit and rest. All of this helps us open our hearts and directly know and experience the Divine. The four legs of this stool are: the practices, actively participating in the healing process, community, and the teachings of our guide
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~ Sidi Shaykh Muhammad al-Jamal
Community Connection Days
Sufi Teaching Videos
On the 2nd Sunday of every month the Sufi Center invites teachers from around the country and the world to offer wisdom and insights about a variety of spiritual subjects. Using state-of-the-art video conferencing technology at the Center we experience and interact with these beautiful teachers and teachings every month. Access recordings of these beautiful teachings here and visit our events page for future connection days.
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Love From Our Community:
” The real reason I am here is that the community provided a very deep and meaningful connection for me at a very critical time in my life. I know that if I need wisdom, guidance or help in my walking, Allah will provide.”
Salim Chandler Yorkhall
” The connections I have made while walking the Sufi path are a true gift in my life, along with those things that facilitate connection such as a meeting space and the newsletter are important..”
“The more I give and get involved, the more I get out of it.”
LATIFAH JOAN EIDEM
“Once you know the community a little bit, don’t be afraid to get involved, find a good place to contribute. Thank you to the community for being so welcoming, open and loving. It has been a beautiful experience becoming part of it.”