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Irina Tweedie

Naqshbandiyya-Mujaddidiyya Order of Sufism. Naqshbandi Sufis are known as the "silent Sufis" because they practice the silent meditation of the heart.

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A transcript from the series Thinking Allowed, Conversations On the
IRINA TWEEDIE: Thank you. MISHLOVE: It's a pleasure to have you here.
A HISTORY OF WESTERN SUFISM
Mystische Qualitäten in der Handschrift
mystischen Qualitäten näher kennen und schätzen gelernt. Abb. 3: Irina Tweedie 1989.
Annette Kaiser englisch_K1
A hommage to Mrs. Irina Tweedie by Annette Kaiser. I have been frequently asked if I would like to add something to the SIS discussion paper.
Making Sense of Tantra: Chp 13: Mutual Participation
Irina Tweedie. The Feminine Principle. Female Gurus.

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The Quest for “Oneness” in a Diverse (and Divided) World
He succeeded Irina Tweedie, who brought this branch of Sufism to the West, and moved to Northern California where he founded the Golden Sufi Center. Dr.

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Irina Tweedie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Irina Tweedie (1907, Russia - August 1999) was a Teacher of the Naqshbandiyya- Mujadiddiya Sufi Order.
A short biography of Irina Tweedie
Irina Tweedie was a British women who went to live and study in northwest India with a Naqshbandi Sufi teacher.
Irina Tweedie - The Golden Sufi Center
Irina Tweedie.
Irina Tweedie: Spiritual Training (excerpt) -- A Thinking Allowed
Aug 31, 2010 NOTE: This is an excerpt from Part 1 of a two-part, 60-minute DVD. http://www. thinkingallowed.
Spiritual Masters: Annette Kaiser on Irina Tweedie : EnlightenNext
Mar 17, 2011 Like many of the luminaries featured in our Spiritual Masters series, Russian- born Sufi Mystic Irina Tweedie was a pioneer.

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