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Sufi Tales - Round Table Brussels

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De Foyer - Atelier M

Werkhuizenstraat 17

1080 Sint-Jans-Molenbeek

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A round table with Dr Nour Kabbani a renowned Sufi teacher from the USA. The aim of this event is to connect and to research humanity and the new society paradigm that wants to emerge.

Dr Nour will give a lecture about The way of the Sufi - Path of Personal Leadership & Transformation

‘The seeker undertakes a mystical journey of spiritual ascent through the transformation of mind and heart. He grows through love and releases the ego, coming to find the truth and then returning to be of service to the whole of creation.’

PROGRAM

· 19h30-20h00: Arrival

· 20h00-20h45: Lecture Dr Nour Kabbani

· 20h45-21h30: Sharing Circle Audience

· 21h30-22h30: Dhikr Meditation - Sufi devotional practice of the remembrance of the Divine

Important

The main language will be English. Access is based upon free donation. Be mindful to only register when you will come. You are welcome to arrive till 20h when the round table starts.

You are welcome to stay for the Dhikr, but this is not mandatory.

Some background:

About Dr Nour Kabbani

Dr. Nour Kabbani is grandson of Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Adil an-Naqshbandi (d. 2014), the master of the Sufi Way and the head of the Naqshbandiyya Sufi Order. www.naqshbandi.org/living-masters/shaykh-muhammad-nazim/

Dr. Nour acquired his M.D. in Internal Medicine at the University of Marmara in Istanbul, Turkey. Afterwards, he moved to New York City, became an American citizen and completed his residency at Columbia University, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital.

Since moving to America, Dr. Nour continued his Islamic education two-to-three months each year in Cyprus, where he studied deeper aspects of Islamic Sciences under his noble grandfather, Shaykh Nazim, who authorized him to give khutbahs, lectures and lead dhikr (meditation). Dr. Nour Kabbani is son of Shaykh Hisham Kabbani whom he represents globally. His talks reflect the nurturing wisdom of his illustrious teachers who have brought Islam to hundreds of thousands of converts and revitalized the faith of millions of Muslims around the world.

More info: www.sufilive.com

Why Brussels?

According to the World Migration Report 2015, Brussels is the most cosmopolitan city in Europe, and after Dubai even the second most cosmopolitan city in the world! 183 nationalities live in Brussels. If you pay attention, you could hear up to 104 languages being spoken ​​on public transport. People from Brussels are called 'Zinnekes' (a Brussels word for mongrel dogs): nearly two-thirds of the Brussels population has foreign roots, from all corners of the world. In Brussels you can be yourself. This region does not have one identity, but several identities.

Why Molenbeek?

Molenbeek is a transit community. Each year it welcomes 7000 new habitants which triggers a lot of complexity. Molenbeek got the reputation of Europe’s Jihadi central.

But Molenbeek is also a very lively community with a dynamic and young population. This is for example also the place where you will find Molengeek (www.molengeek.com) which is a tech incubator, coworking space for entrepreneurs and a coding school where they create bridges between people. Even Google is following this project and invested 200.000 Euro recently.

Why The Foyer?

For decades, Foyer has been active in Brussels in the field of diversity and immigrant integration.

http://www.foyer.be/?page=sommaire&reload=baseArticle&id_rubrique=12⟨=en

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Werkhuizenstraat 17

1080 Sint-Jans-Molenbeek

Belgium

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