Taoism and Sufism – The Open Path is a non-sectarian approach to spiritual realization

Quotations Treasury - a sub-blog of Soul Needs - 'One Garden'

“Look, and it can’t be seen.
Listen, and it can’t be heard.
Reach, and it can’t be grasped.

Approach it, and there is no beginning;
Follow it, and there is no end.
You can’t know it,
but you can be it,
at ease in your own life.”

— Lao Tzu – from a Sufi source – http://sufiway.org/ – (a) home of The Open Path

The Open Path is a non-sectarian approach to spiritual realization offered by
the Sufi Way — a lineage of universal Sufism first introduced in the West in 1910 by the Indian mystic Inayat Khan.

Open Path trainings and retreats are held frequently in Europe and the United States. These programs are dedicated to the direct experience of our natural state — a state known as pure awareness, selflessness, nonduality, oneness, and by many other names. The Open Path is a process of natural enlightenment that belongs…

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