This blog offers a general overview of Sufism and 193 links to sites on the subject matter. It is a beginner’s introduction to writings on Sufism. But for exploring and experiencing the richness of the Sufi Path, there is no better way than delving into the practice itself through the guidance of a sheikh.

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Sufism

Introduction. It was some 22 years ago when I first encountered Islam. It was during a trip to Istanbul, which was part of the University of Pittsburgh Semester-At-Sea Spring 1983 Program that I was in. I remember being in trance the whole visit because of the calls to prayer and the hours I spent sitting inside the Sultan Ahmet Mosque or popularly known as the Blue Mosque because of its blue-ish interior tiles.

On the last night of the trip, we, the students of the program were invited to watch a “performance” of whirling dervishes. I didn’t know anything about dervishes and the Sufi tradition, but all I knew during that time was falling into a place of deep peace as I took in the music and watched the endless swirls and whirls of the dervishes. Since then I was curious about Sufism and fortunately, by serendipity, had stumbled upon books by Idries Shah, G.I. Gurdjieff, and the poetry of Hafiz and Rumi. But I didn’t go beyond reading them because I had the impression, owing to years of mis- and dis-information on Islam that women could not become Sufis.

Fortunately, a wonderful class on Race, Religion and Islamophobia taught by Dr. Ibrahim Farajaje at the Graduate Theological Union and a moving dhikr with Moroccon Sufi Sheikh Sidi Ahmed Kostas at the Starr King School for the Ministry this spring erased my notions that only men could be Sufis. Additionally, my own experiences from Tantra yoga meditation over the past 20 years have brought me to appreciate the beauty and depth of Sufism.


Definition

Sufi teachers explain Sufism in many ways, but a favorite is that offered by James Fadiman and Sheikh Ragip Robert Frager Al Jerrahi, authors of Essential Sufism. They write: “For thousands of years, Sufism has offered a path on which one can progress toward the “great end” of Self-realization, or God-realization. Sufism is a way of love, a way of devotion, and way of knowledge. Sufism is often described as a path, suggesting both an origin and destination. The aim of Sufism is the elimination of all veils between the individual and God. Traveling this path, one can acquire knowledge of Reality. God is the ultimate reality, not this phenomenal world of multiplicity.” (James Fadiman and Robert Frager, Essential Sufism (Castle Books, 1997) 1.


A Short History of Sufism

Sufism, writes Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh, the present Master of the Nimatullahi Order, is the third main group that formed after the death of the Prophet Muhammad in 632 A.D. The group comprised the companions (ashab) and ascetics (zohhad) of the Prophet’s day consisted, who wanted to focus on “the inner spiritual dimension of Islam and upon the worship of Allah and devotion to the One Reality (Al Haqq).” (Javad Nurbakhsh, Sufi Women, (New York: Khaniqah-Nimatullahi Publications, 1983), 14.) The two other main groups were the Sunnis and the Shi’ites.

Nurbakhsh notes that during the early development of Sufism, Sufis chiefly trained their attention to keeping night-vigils and asceticism (zohd). The night vigils were inspired by the Prophet’s belief that such practice was a virtue. The practice of asceticism, which involved silence, seclusion, fasting, and remembrance of God through repeated recitation of Allah’s various names (dhikr), was regarded as the Sufi’s effort to “abandon the world.” (Nurbakhsh, 17.) By incessant remembrance and utterance of Allah, the Sufi merges with Allah. (Soraya Susan Behbehani, The Messenger Within: Discovering Love and Wholeness Through Meditation (San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press, 1991), 205.)

During this early stage, Sufis had devout hope for a heavenly reward following death, but at the same time were anxious about hell. Hence, they emphasized a life of perfect piety. But in Sufism’s second stage of development, love (eshq) and loving-kindness (mahabbat) of God (Nurbakhsh, 18) – as inspired by woman Sufi saint Rabi'a al-'Adawiya became part of the practice along with asceticism. Nurbakhsh comments that an emphasis on Divine Love eventually replaced the previous emphasis on the fear of God’s punishment.

As Rabi’a-‘Adawiyya al-Qaysiyya of Basra used to pray: “Oh my Lord, if I worship Thee from fear of Hell, burn me in Hell, and if I worship Thee from hope of Paradise, exclude me thence, but if I worship Thee for thine own sake the withhold not from me Thine Eternal Beauty.” (Margaret Smith, Rabi’a: The Life and Works of Rabi’a and Other Women Mystics in Islam (Oxford: Oneworld Publications, 1994), 50.)

In its third stage of development, both the ethical practice and theory of Sufism expanded. By its fourth stage, the speculative philosophy of Sufism, which was part and parcel of the issue of “The Unity of Being” flourished. Throughout the centuries, the tradition saw the rise of notable masters including Jalalod-Din Rumi, Mahmud Shabestari, Fakhrod-Din ‘Eraqi, and Shah Ne’matollah. (Nurbakhsh, 19).


Sufi Women Saints

The Sufi is a person who worships God for God’s sake alone because s/he has witnessed God and knows God. S/he worships God because s/he loves the Divine, which is not an image, idea, or specter of the mind. S/he keeps an eye on her/his heart, collects her/his thoughts and surrenders every care to God, which readies the Sufi for union with God. (Behbehani, 214.)
Such conception of the relations between the Sufi and God, notes Margaret Smith, leading scholar on Rabi’a Al-Adawiyya and other Sufi women saints, left no room for the distinction of gender. She writes that the development of Sufism within Islam gave women the chance to attain sainthood. Rabi’a Al-Adawiyya was undoubtedly the foremost of the women mystics of Islam. However, there were many women both during her time and after her, who also became saints and made contributions to the growth of Sufism. (Smith, 21.)


Links

Rabi'a al-'Adawiya

http://www.sufism.org/books/rabiaex.html

Rabi'a al-Badawiya http://www.uga.edu/islam/rabiabadaw.html

Women and Sufism http://www.sufism.org/society/articles/women.html

Sufi Orders in the West http://www.uga.edu/islam/sufismwest.html

Women and Sufism http://www.sufism.org/society/articles/women.html


The Practice of Meditation

Sufis use different kinds of meditation techniques. One practice is silent meditation that starts with inhaling and exhaling one of the names of Allah. While thoughts, emotions, sensations are not repressed and allowed to be experienced, the meditator gently brings her/his attention back to God. (Mohammad Shafii, M.D. Freedom from the Self: Sufism, Meditation and Psychotherapy (New York: Human Sciences Press, 1985), 93.)


The Stages of Sufism

In the practice and understanding of Sufism, there are four stages, writes Sheikh Ragip Robert Frager Al Jerrahi, co-author of Essential Sufism. These are religious law (shariah), the mystical path (tariqah), Truth (haqiqah), and Gnosis (marifah), which he defines:

Religious law or Shariah, which means ‘road’ in Arabic, comprises the teachings on morals and ethics of Islam that provide guidance on how to live properly in the world.

The mystical path or Tariqah is the practice of Sufism and literally means the path – which is not clearly marked, even visible -- in the desert that the Bedouin would follow to go from oasis to oasis. And to find one’s way, one needs the guidance of a Sufi teacher (sheikh).

Truth or Haqiqah is the Sufi’s direct experience of God within.

Gnosis or Marifah is knowledge of Reality, which is that “ongoing state of attunement with God and with Truth.”


Finding A Teacher

The basic test for a real Sufi teacher is s/he practices what s/he preaches. As Sheikh Ragip Robert Frager Al Jerrahi notes, “Empty words have no weight.”


Sufi Orders in the West

http://www.uga.edu/islam/sufismwest.html

More links below


Sufi-Related Resources

Sufi Women

Rabi'a al-'Adawiya
http://www.sufism.org/books/rabiaex.html

Rabi'a al-Badawiya
http://www.uga.edu/islam/rabiabadaw.html

Sufi Women Organization sufi
www.sufiwomen.org

Women and Sufism
http://www.sufism.org/society/articles/women.html

Women and Sufism
http://www.sufism.org/society/articles/women.html


Discussion Lists and Web Forums

Threads of Love Sufi Conference
http://www.suficonference.org

Caravansarai: an informal discussion list for friends and for visitors of
www.sarmoun.org.uk
http://sarmoun.listbot.com/

Discussion list for A CHERAG'S LIBRARY
http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/cheraglibrary

Chishtiyya discussion group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Chishtiyya/

Hafiz mailing list
http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/Hafiz

Mushkil Gusha discussion list
http://mushkilgusha.listbot.com
Archives http://www.listbot.com/archive/mushkilgusha

Osmanli Naksibendi discussion group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OsmanliNaksibendi/

Sufi Circle (MSN Community for ahlus-Sunnah wal Jammah Sufis)
http://communities.msn.com/suficircle

Sunlight mailing list
For those who love the poetry and stories of Jelaluddin Rumi -
http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/sunlight

tariqas discussion list
http://stderr.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tariqas or email elijah wright at elw@stderr.org

Tasawuf Mailing List
majordomo@stargame.dyn.ml.org
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Newsgroups
soc.religion.gnosis
alt.sufi newsgroup
alt.islam.sufism newsgroup


Websites

Abjadiyyah Malay Martial Arts, Sufism and Sunni
http://www.geocities.com/pgssajkm/abjad.html or http://www.abjadkelantan.tsx.org

Ahl-i Allah (People of Allah)
http://www.peopleofallah.org

Ahmed Baki's Sufism and Science Page
http://www.ahmedbaki.com

Alan Godlas’s Website: Islam and Islamic Studies
www.uga.edu/islam

Almiraj Sufi Books
http://www.almirajsuficentre.org.au/

Alif Publishing: Books on the Sufi Tradition
http://www.rappinc.com/786SUFI/

Allah-Sufism-Islam from author Ahmed Hulusi
http://allah-sufism-islam.com/ or http://www.ahmedhulusi.com

alt.fan.jalaludin newsgroup
http://sunsite.unc.edu/usenet-i/groups-html/alt.fan.jalaludin_rumi.html

Amir Khusro Dehlavi website (Sufi poet from 13th century)
http://www.angelfire.com/sd/urdumedia/index.html

Aouliya Foundation (Qadiri-Chishti tariqa in Melbourne, Australia)
http://www.angelfire.com/az2/aouliyafoundation/index.html

Australian Centre for Sufism
http://www.australiansuficentre.org

Baba Farid website
http://www.babafarid.com/

Based on the teaching of hazrat Sultan Bahoo
http://islahijamaat.freeservers.com

Barzakh Foundation Homepage
http://www.geocities.com/yayasan_barzakh

Barzakh Foundation: Sufi Healing for AIDS patient
http://www.geocities.com/yayasan_barzakh/aidsbrze.htm

Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship
http://www.bmf.org

Belgium Sufi Center (in Flemmish and French)
http://home.worldonline.be/~appels/SOEFI-ORDE&ORDRE-SOUFI.html"

Book of Soul by 17 century Saint Hazat Sultan Bahoo (R.A)
http://risala-roohi.tripod.com

BOOKWEAVER: Books For The Mind Body and Spirit
http://www.bookweaver.co.uk

Centro Naqshbandi de Psicología Transpersonal (Argentina)
http://www.recuerdo.com

Paul Cheneours Sufi Music site
http://www.egnet.co.uk/clients/music/rgm.html

A Cherag's Library -- links to sacred scripture from many traditions intended for use by the Cherags of the Church of All and of all churches founded by Hazrat Inayat Khan
http://www.cheraglibrary.org/

Chishti Qadhiri order
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/5352

Chishti website
http://www.Chishti.ru

Darqawiyya/Shahdiliyyah
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/6588/dhikr.html

David and Chandra's Qawwali Page
http://chandrakantha.com/articles/indian_music/kawali.html

Dervish Project -- DVD movie about altered states of consciousness while doing Sufi practices in the Sufi Order International
http://www.dervishproject.com
Dziqr
http://msnhomepages.talkcity.com/DharmaDr/dziqr/english.htm http://msnhomepages.talkcity.com/DharmaDr/dziqr/hu.html

Gharibnawaz (Indian Chisti Sufi Center)
http://www.gharibnawaz.com/

Gohar Shahi
http://www.goharshahi.com

The Golden Sufi Center-Events and Publications
http://www.GoldenSufi.org

Gurdjieff and Sufi Paths
http://www.angelfire.com/ca3/gurdjieffsufi/

Haqqani Foundation homepage
http://www.naqshbandi.net/haqqani/

Hazrat Nizamuddin Spiritual Foundation:
http://www.angelfire.com/ca/sufi/page5.html

"The Heart of True Love"
http://www.wic.net/schevene/truelove.htm

The HU Page
http://members.aol.com/hu4wahz/hu/index.html

Iamheart.org
http://www.iamheart.org

Ibn Arabi Society
http://www.ibnarabisociety.org

Il Giardino della Conoscenza
http://www.sufi.it/index.htm

International Association of Sufism
http://www.ias.org

International Sufi Movement
http://www.sufimovement.org/

ISHK
http://www.sufis.org

Islam and Muslim Links
http://www.academicinfo.net/Islammeta.html

Islam Understood & Wisdom (from Indonesia)
http://www.angelfire.com/il/Nalapralaya/

Islami Roohani Mission (Naqshbandiya Mujaddediya tareeqah)
http://www.al-maqsood.org
http://www.geocities.com/muaz_niazi

Islamic Bookstore: Islamic Mysticism section
http://IslamicBookstore.com/islamic_books/islamicmysticism.shtml

ISRA: Islamic Studies and Research Association
http://www.angelfire.com/sc/ISRA/

Jaffe Institute of Healing on Spiritual and Physical Levels, returning the heart and spirit to oneness with God
http://www.jaffeinstitue.org

Jamil Islamic Center Of California -- Naqshbandi Haqqani Order
http://www.jamil.com/jic

Halveti-Jerrahi Order
http://www.jerrahi.org

Katinka Hesselink Net Sufism: articles on universal Sufism, from Idries Shah, Robert Frager and Inayat Kahn.
http://www.katinkahesselink.net/sufi/

Konya, Turkey pictures (including Rumi's tomb)
http://www.ege.edu.tr/Turkiye/si/Konya.html

KOTKU Education, Friendship and Assistance Foundation (Naqshbandi tariqa)
http://www.aitco.com/kotku/

Khusro: Videos for sale of Amir Khusro's Music
http://www.angelfire.com/sd/urdumedia/video.html

"La Rosa Mystica"
http://www.wic.net/schevene/rosa.htm

Madrassa -i- Towheed Homepage
http://hometown.aol.com/hsabit/index.html

Makhdoom's Quality Quest
http://home4.pacific.net.sg/~makhdoom/(See pages on islam, shah, sufism, poetry, and sindh)

Masjid al-Farah
http://www.ashkijerrahi.com

Master of the Jinn: A Sufi Novel
http://www.masterofthejinn.com

Maternal Sufi Order-TGNJ-RVA
http://www.tariqat-gulnurjihaniyya-rva.net

Meem Connection
http://www.meem.freeuk.com

Mevlevi Order of America
http://www.hayatidede.org

Mevlevi-Order in Germany
http://www.mevlevi.de

Moon.Over.Medina: A Sufi Bookstore
http://www.moonovermedina.com/

"Movimento Sufi Internazionale in Italia e Ticino" (Official Italian representative of The International Sufi Movement, under the guidance of Shaikha Dahnya Bozzini-van Gelder, e-mail: dahnya@freesurf.ch )
http://www.movimentosufi.com/

MTO Shahmaghsoudi website
http://www.mtoshahmaghsoudi.org

Muhayiddin Ibn Arabi Society
http://www.ibnarabisociety.org/

Murabitun Worldwide Movement
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/6588

Muridiyya International: Sufi school of Shaykh Abdoulaye Dieye
http://freespace.virgin.net/ismael.essop/

Sufi Musfaad homepage
http://www.angelfire.com/md/sufimusfadharidas/index.html

Naqshbandi Center in Argentina
http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/Resort/4212/index.html

Naqshbandi.com - Islam in its true form
http://www.naqshbandi.com/

Naqshbandi-Center of Sheikh Nazim Efendis Murids (in German)
http://www.osmanische-herberge.de

Naqshbandia Dargah of India/Pakistan: Luari Sharif
http://www.luarisharif.net

Naqshbandi Foundation for Islamic Education
http://www.nfie.com/

Naqshbandi-Mujaddedi Sufi group in London, UK.
http://www.schoolofsufiteaching.org

Description: Sufi group in London, UK offering teachings of the Naqshbandi, Mujaddedi, Chishti, Qadiri and Shadhili orders.
Naqshbandi Order (Shaykh Mahmud Es'ad Cosan of Istanbul)
http://aitco.com/~islam/index.html
http://npd1.ufes.br/~odilea/smhome.html

Naqshbandi-Haqqani Homepage
http://www.naqshbandi.org/

Nimatullahi Sufi Order (Khaniqah Nimatullahi) - Contains the principles and practices of the Nimatullahi Sufi Order. Includes books on Sufism, the Sufi magazine, poetry and music.
http://www.nimatullahi.org

Ni`matullahi-Safi `Ali Shahi Sufi Order
http://welcome.to/safi

A Sufi Resource of Nuradeen
www.nuradeen.com

Nur Ashki Jerrahi Sufi Order
http://www.ashkijerrahi.com

Nur Ashki Jerrahi Sufi Circle of Atlanta discussion/announcements group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Nur_Ashki_Jerrahi_Atlanta

Omega Publications: Sufi Books, Music & Gifts
http://www.omegapub.com

Oveyssi Sufism (see
MTO Shahmaghsoudi)

Parole Soufie (in French)
http://membres.tripod.fr/mourad/index.html

Pearl Publishing House
http://www.pearlpublishing.com

Petama Project (International Sufi Movement)
http://www.petama.ch

Polish Naqshbandi Mujaddidi group
http://republika.pl/sufism/
http://www.geocities.com/as_saramowicz

Postcards from the Path
http://www.sufi-net.com/

Qadiri-Nushahi Homepage
Distribution of rare Dhikr on audio cassettes from around the world
http://www.crosswinds.net/~sajad/

Qadiri Rifa'i Order
http://www.qadiri-rifai.org

Qalandariya (Sheikh Baba Sultan)
http://community-2.webtv.net/EGiltinan/Bismillah/

Radiant Valley Association -- Tariqat Nabvi Gul Nur Jehaniya
http://www.angelfire.com/ca2/mysticalpathwaynurhu/index.html

Rare 16mm Film entitled Islamic Mysticism: The Sufi Way
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/ebayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1570353077

Rifai-Kadiri-Arusi Tariqas
http://www.rifai-kadiri.org/

Rifa'i Marufi Order of America
http://www.unc.edu/~rdorfman/sufi
created in collaboration with the dervishes in the Rifa'i Marufi Order, Site featuring music, videos, photos and text that offers the seeker a multimedia experience of Sufism as it is practiced in the USA.

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
http://www.armory.com/~thrace/ev/siir/Omar_Khayyam.html

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
http://www.promotionalguide.com/ok

Rumi html file, about his life and a collection of poems
http://www.armory.com/~thrace/sufi

Rumi's Spiritual Path
http://ccnet.com/~rudra/rumi/rumi.htm

A Mevlana Jelauddin Rumi home page: Shamsuddin's Homestead in the Internet Wilderness
http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/1889

A tribute to Rumi
http://www.zbnet.com/rumi

Russian Sufi page
http://postman.ru/~dervish

Saraswati Society (Mevlevi Whirling in Great Britain)
http://www.btinternet.com/~saraswati.soc/

Sachalsarmast.com
http://www.sachalsarmast.com/

Seattle Area Sufi Order International Community Page
http://members.aol.com/seattlsufi/

Serving the Guest: An Online Sufi Cookbook
http://www.superluminal.com/cookbook/

Shadhiliyyah Sufi Center of North America
http://www.sufipath.org

Shaduli Sufi Center for Healing and Mystical Studies
http://www.shadhuli.org

Shahmaghsoudi Sufism (see
MTO Shahmaghsoudi)

Sidi shaykh muhammad al-jamal ar-rifa'i as- shadhili's teachings:
http://www.sufimaster.org

Snow Upon the Desert – An Extensive List of Sufi Resources
http://www.alkaemia.com/features/links.html

South African Sufi Site
http://www.sufi.co.za/

Spiritual Foundation
http://www.spiritualfoundation.org/

Story Park: Sufi stories, poetry and more
http://www.zensufi.com

Sufiajamer.org
http://www.sufiajamer.org

Sufi and Rumi Links
http://www.chattanooga.net/baylor/academic/english/studentwork/rumi/Sufi%20and%20Rumi%20Links

Sufi Book Catalog
http://www.sufibooks.com

Sufi Cabala
http://www.vaxxine.com/cabalaofeightelements/

Sufi Center Bookstore
http://www.rosanna.com/shop.htm

Sufi Circle (MSN Community for ahlus-Sunnah wal Jammah Sufis)
http://communities.msn.com/suficircle

Sufi Conference: A Celebration of Love and Wisdom
http://www.suficonference.org/

Sufi Events and Conferences
http://www.sufistudies.net/calendar/

Sufi Films
http://www.sufifilms.com

Sufi Foundation: Workshops with Adnan Sarhan
http://www.sufifoundation.org

Sufi Healing Order
http://sufihealingorder.org

Sufi Music, art, and books..UlhaqBrothers
http://www.ilhawaii.net/~heinsite/winghart.html

Sufi-Mystic - Questions/Answers about Sufism, Gudri Shahi Sufi Order (Ajmer, India),
Sufi-related resources
http://world.std.com/~habib/sufi.html#resources

Sufi Saint School
http://sufi-mystic.net

Sufi Order International (formerly the Sufi Order of the West)
http://www.sufiorder.org/

Sufi Order Switzerland
http://www.sufismus.ch

Sufi Path
http://sufipath.cjb.net

Sufi Poetry
http://wahiduddin.net/sufi_poetry.htm

Sufi Portal http://www.quintessencesufi.com/portal/default.aspx

An Article on Sufi Psychology and Cosmology
http://www.kheper.net/topics/Islamic_esotericism/cosmology_and_psychology.html

The Sufi Reiki Association
http://www.sufireiki.org

Sufi Saint Pir Aboo Bakar Shah
http://www.sufipabs.cjb.net

Sufi Saints and Sufism Ancient Wisdom, Principles, Practices, and teachings of the Great Masters.
http://www.geocities.com/sufisaints

Sufi Selected Articles
http://www.sufism.ru/eng/

A Sufi Spiritual Abuse Recovery Assistance Resource
http://www.sufi-spiritual-abuse-recovery-assistance.org

Sufi Study Circle of the University of Toronto (Canada)
http://www.campuslife.utoronto.ca/groups/sufi/

The Sufi Study Circle
http://muslim-canada.org/sufi/links.htm

Sufi Studies Today
http://www.sufis.org/

Sufi Traditions
http://www.webcom.com/~gnosis/sufi.mystica.html

Sufi World
http://www.surrenderworks.com/sufiworld.html

SufiWorld
http://www.geocities.com/reachnin/sufiworld.html

A Journal of the History of Sufism
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/thzarcone/index.htm

A Journal of Sufism
http://www.nimatullahi.org/MAG.HTM

Articles on Sufi Psychology and Sufism
http://www.crescentlife.com/spirituality/sufism.htm

Sufism, An Inquiry
http://www.sufismjournal.org/

Sufism: An Annotated Resource Guide
http://www.elementarts.com/sufism/sufres.html

Sufism's Many Paths
http://www.arches.uga.edu/~godlas/Sufism.html

Sufism Symposium
http://www.sufismsymposium.org/

Sufism: The Other Side of Sufism
http://www.qss.org/articles/sufism/toc.html

SurrenderWorks: A Center for Sufi Healing
http://www.surrenderworks.com

Swiat Sufi/Tariqa Naqshbandi Poland
http://republika.pl/sufism/

Tabala Wolof: Sufi Drumming of Senegal (information about a recording)
http://www.rootsworld.com/rw/villagepulse/tabala.html

Tasavvuf & Sufiler (Turkish)
http://www.sufism.20m.com/
English version:
http://www.sufism.20m.com/sufi.htm

Threshold Society, Mevlevi Order, publications by the Helminskis
http://www.sufism.org

Threshold Society, Mevlevi Order (in Dutch)
http://denboer-s.tripod.com

Tijani Home Page: Information about The Tariqa Tijaniyya, Shaikh Ahmad Al-Tijani (RA), Shaikh Ibrahim Niasse (RA), Shaikh Hassan Cisse and The African American Islamic Institute, Inc.
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/9189

Tasawwuf
http://www.islaam.org/Tasawwuf/Tas_con.htm

Traingle Sufi Center
http://www.universalsufism.com/

Project Turuq Intercultural
http://skyboom.com/786rashidaltaliq/

The Winged Heart
http://www.universel.net

Uwaiysi Tarighat
http://uwaiysi.org/index.html
Wikipedia: Sufism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sufi
Zahuri Sufi Website
http://www.zahuri.org

ZenSufi Park
http://www.zensufi.com