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on Sufism

What is

Sufism?

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Sufism,
the Bridge
between
religions

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Teachings of Sufi Master

Hazrat

Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha

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Teachings of Sufi Master

Hazrat

Shah Maghsoud Sadegh Angha

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M.T.O.

Shahmaghsoudi®

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Molana Shah Maghsoud Sadegh Angha

in “Chanteh - the Gnostic's Cosmos”


Distance yourself, briefly, from the axis of sense. Then take pride and turn away from sense-perception.
So become seeker of the light of God revealed to Moses on Mt. Sinai.

Senses as veils, obscure what your conscience says. Guardians of the veil they are, and secrets hidden from you they keep.
This is the secret of your ignorance.

God’s seal on man’s soul is the senses. Anyone enslaved by senses is one devoid of value in both worlds.
Should “Gold” turn black, then “copper” it is.

Senses are of equal rank to surfaces and effects, but bound within their own limitations, nothing more.
So secrets they cannot unveil.

Each of the senses have distinct requirements, which govern varying data they each control, with differing manifestations.

Sound is the ear’s limit, not the eye. The ear, is “deaf” to all senses not its own. It functions within limits permitted.

The nerves of our auditory system, Only detect echoes and sounds.
This is their function set.

The eye is on the level of colors and light. The eye is “blind” in perceiving sounds, They are beyound its domain.

Likewise, each sense’s apprehension, is based upon this law and principle. Analogies may be drawn.

To each sense an innate function all its own. An axis away from which it cannot go. Herein lies no alternative.

Thus, all things perceived are shaped by your own senses’ reach, measures of senses are constant not!
Thus unstable are all judgments rendered by senses.

quotations

Molana Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha

in “Revelation (Elham)”


My life, my soul

you hold

My heart, my faith

you hold

My breath, my pulse

you hold

My sight, my ears

you hold

My legs, my arms

you hold

My fears, my strength

you hold

My tears, my laughter

you hold

We are one,

so I am dead

Without your love and soul.

the sufi master

Hazrat Salaheddin Ali Nader Angha, known as “Hazrat Pir” to his students,
is the Sufi Master of the M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi® School of Islamic Sufism®,
and the 42nd Sufi Master (Arif) in an unbroken line of successive spiritual teachers
dating back 1400 years to the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). He was born in Tehran,
Iran on September 30, 1945, the son, grandson, and great-grandson of
famous Sufi Masters. His ancestry dates back to the seventh Imam of the Shi’a,
a direct descendant of the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him), as well as to the Safavid dynasty...

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M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi®

M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi® was originally called M.T.O. which stood for Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi®. This literally translates into 'The school of the way of Oveyss'. However, after the tireless dedication shown by the previous Master, Hazrat Shah Maghsoud Sadegh Angha, the 41st Sufi Master of the School, the doors of Sufism: the reality of Religion, were open to students around the world like never before and the school then became known as Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi Shahmaghsoudi®...

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