Zawiya Abul ‘Abbas al-Mursi, named after the famous Andalusian Sufi, is housed at our premises on Devonshire Street, Keighley, where weekly gatherings take place consisting of recitation of litanies and mystical odes of the Shadhili-Darqawi Hashimi Order. It is a beautiful and serene place providing spiritual succour in an age materialism. All gatherings are open to men, women and children.
A fortnightly open gathering of spiritual upliftment which opens with a recitation of Imam Busiri’s Qasida al-Burda led by The Keighley Munshids followed by a Hadra in the tradition of the Shadhili Darqawi Hashimi Order.
At the conclusion of the Hadra there is a short, ten-minute, recorded lesson by Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller.
This is a wonderful opportunity to participate in a centuries-old tradition of sending blessings and peace on the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), thus increasing one’s love and strengthening the connection with him.
“Dhikr is the means by which every aim of the tariqa is realized; in Sheikh al-‘Alawi’s words, “the cause of every good”.”
~ Sea Without Shore, Shaykh Nuh Keller.
A weekly gathering of the Invocation of Ya Latif (“O Most Subtly Kind”) one thousand times, followed by the supplications and dhikrs that bring it to a close.
Also includes a recording of the latest lesson by Shaykh Nuh Keller on one of the works of the great Muslim spiritual masters.
The gathering concludes with mystical odes sung in the classical way by the fuqara of the Shadhili Darqawi Hashmi Order.