The Alchemy of Happiness

Week 2A  July 30th–August 4th 2018
Community Retreat with Pir Zia Inayat-Khan

In this weeklong retreat, Pir Zia will lead a silent journey through the stations of spiritual alchemy, traversing the interior landscapes that stretch from the obscurity of the unexamined life to the “fragrant gold” of the soul’s self-realization, which is the essence of happiness. Meditation, invocation, and sacred music will interlace to evoke ever subtler and vaster domains of being.

For this program a supplement of CHF 85 or € 75 is to be added to the “base price”

Pir Zia Inayat-Khan

Pir Zia Inayat-Khan, PhD, also known as Sarafil Bawa, is a scholar and teacher of Sufism in the lineage of his grandfather, Hazrat Inayat Khan. Pir Zia is president of the Inayati Order and founder of Suluk Academy, a school of contemplative study with branches in the United States and Europe. He is the author of Saracen Chivalry and Mingled Waters. Pir Zia divides his time between the USA and France.

http://www.pirzia.org/

Workshops for families during the lunch break

Majida will offer a spiritual orientated family workshop for parents and their children. This special workshop will give the parents and their children the opportunity to share a time together in love, harmony and beauty.

On the base of the topic “Music of the soul”we dive into the sound of loving kindness and discover how this lift up our hearts and souls. We will sing to praise God, laugh to open our hearts, pray to nourish our soul and play together for fun and joy.

Majida Heiß

Majida Heiß is a spiritual teacher and a follower the Sufi path since 1990. She has lead our Children’s Camp from 1995. Here her longtime educational experiences with children and her spiritual work merge in the joy to find out all about the qualities of each young person, to make them grow and support them.

In her professional life, Majida works as a spiritual Guide and as coach for groups or individual trainings.

www.christine-heiss-lebensberatung.de
(link only available in German)