The Sufi Way is contemporary expression of a perennial spiritual path. As an inner school it is dedicated to nurturing mystical awakening in individuals. This contemplative process depends upon the simultaneous nurturing of psychological health, open-heartedness, and caring action.
The lineage of the Sufi Way was first established in the West in 1910 by the Indian mystic Sufi Inayat Khan. Neither a religion in itself nor a set of beliefs, the value of its view and practices is for those who wish to deepen their capacity for inner stillness and experience of the divine which is the foundation of all faiths. From this deepened capacity a natural happiness arises, as well as a desire to be of benefit.
The Sufi Way maintains study and practice circles in England, France, Holland, Switzerland, and America, and through its activities gives special emphasis to bridging the differences which divide one people or religion from another.
"All things pertaining to spiritual progress in life depend upon peace."
- Sufi Inayat Khan