The Path of the Heart meditation classes are hosted by
these are followed by our Music of Life concerts
and the day is happily concluded by a potluck dinner
Venue: Sufi Center den Haag
Anna Paulownastraat 78, 2518 BJ, The Hague
(near the Peace Palace)
Please note: in light of the uncertainties around the corona virus do check with us to make sure that the in-person live classes and concerts are happening before coming! if you wish to be on our mailing list, send us an e-mail as we will also inform you accordingly.
Since time immemorial, Sufi mysticism has developed and refined pathways of spiritual unfoldment that honor the beauty and richness of daily life.
Our monthly classes – in person as well as online – explores themes, practices and attunements drawn from the teachings of Sufi mysticism, including Hazrat Inayat Khan, Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan and Pir Zia Inayat Khan, as well as the poetry and stories of mystics from other wisdom traditions.
These classes are offered to all sincere seekers of love, harmony and beauty. To help us continue our work, we welcome your generous donations.
THE MUSIC OF LIFE: CONNECTING HEARTS
Since 2015 Lightsong-Inayatiyya has been hosting a new series of monthly Sunday afternoon events called The Music of Life. These programmes began with an (optional) meditation class from 14:30 – 15:45 led by Saki and members of our Sufi community, followed by a welcome tea and coffee break to welcome a wider audience to the benefit music concerts.
These Sunday afternoon concerts are aimed at awakening awareness of our interconnectedness beyond the boundaries of race, culture and religion. Our wish is to inspire, connect and bring more empathy into the world through music and artistic expression. In 2017 proceeds from these events went to the Hope Project in India and to Doctors Without Borders to support medical aid in Aleppo, Syria and for the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh
In addition, since 2015 Saki has been guiding monthly online class series on Sufi mysticism for both newcomers as well as experienced students from over seventeen different countries as a way to support spiritual practice in daily life.
For our monthly 2020 events click here