Edinburgh Festival of
Middle Eastern Spirituality
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FESTIVAL 2008 WORKSHOPS
We advise advance registration for our workshops, as in many venues our numbers are limited.
*It is now possible to reserve a place and pay online for all of our workshops. See below.*
You may also use the postal registration forms below, which contain detailed information (including venue location and detailed descriptions). Please mail the forms with payment to the address listed on them.
1 March: Day Workshop: The Lesson of Divine Harmony:
with Khidmatul Khadim, the International Sufi School (more)
The Aramaic Lord's Prayer and the Middle Eastern Mystical Tradition of Jesus
with Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz (more)
with Dr MaryCatherine Burgess (more)
Opening the Heart through Song, Story, Psalms and Serenity
with Chana Sophia Yaffe and Tirtza Singer (more)
with Reverend Professor Stephen G Wright (more)
with Reverend Professor Stephen G Wright, Rodef Shalom Eliyahu McLean, Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bukhari and Murshid Saadi Shakur Chishti (Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz).
Assisted by: Chana Sophia Yaffe and Tirtza Singer. (more)
with Murshid Saadi Shakur Chishti (Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz) (Traditional Sufi Movement and Aramaic Dance); Alice Fateah Saunders (Dances of Universal Peace inspired by the Middle East); Joy Fuller (Circle Dance - with live music from Peter Bolland); Stefan Freedman (Canaan Confluence: Israeli dances with a focus on peace). (more)
with Stefan Freedman (Participatory Voice Harmony); Preben Olsen (Awakening the Heartbeat of the Drum); Baha’i Community (Expression of the Soul in Music and Song); Davod Azad (Mantra, Zeker); Alice Fateah Saunders (Movement and Meditation using the Dances of Universal Peace); Murshid Saadi Shakur Chishti (Dr Neil Douglas-Klotz) (Sufi Chanting and Aramaic Song). (more)
Tapping Archetypal Sources of Wisdom and Creativity.
with Lee Gershuny, Ph.D. (more)
Monday 10 March: Day Workshop: Sufism: Doctrines, Practices and Historic Manifestations
with Professor Seyyed Hossein Nasr. (more)
Festival Directors and Contacts
Edinburgh International Centre for Spirituality and Peace, EICSP,