Zenith Institute Summer Camp, Olivone, Switzerland
Body, Heart and Soul: The Anatomy of Illumination
Seminar with Pir Zia Inayat-Khan & Zuleikha
Pir Zia and Zuleikha will explore the heart as a bridge between body and soul during this week of meditation, movement and Zikr. By evoking the wisdom inherent in body through somatic practice, and tapping into Pirzadi-Shahida Noor-Un-Nisa’s inspiring spiritual legacy through the ethics of the heart, contemplation and storytelling, we explore unity through the visible and invisible.
Embodied here on Earth, we take this opportunity to attune to the subtle art of illumination through inspiration. On the surface everything seems fragmented, but deep down everything is connected within a single sacred whole. The body, heart and soul have a secret wisdom. To awaken it is to see through the veil of separation. Then the divine presence is perceived everywhere and Earth is transformed into heaven.
For this program a supplement of CHF 85 or € 75 is to be added to the “base price”.
Pir Zia Inayat-Khan, familiarly known as Sarafil Bawa, is a teacher of Sufism in the lineage of his grandfather, Hazrat Inayat Khan. He received his Ph.D. in Religion from Duke University. His books include Saracen Chivalry: Counsels on Valor, Generosity, and the Mystical Quest and Mingled Waters: Sufism and the Mystical Unity of Religions. Pir Zia is president of The Inayati Order and founder of Suluk Academy. Now based in Richmond, Virginia, Pir Zia frequently travels. His schedule can be found at www.pirzia.org/calendar/
Zuleikha is an inspired international performer, movement artist, and educator. Her innovative Take a Minute™ Everyday Self-Care Exercises and BodyListening© Movement Arts draw on movement, breath, and rhythm to integrate heart and mind, body and spirit. Founder/Director of the nonprofit organization The Storydancer Project, Zuleikha works worldwide to bring greater health, resilience and joy to girls, women, children, and families who face challenging life circumstances.
Zuleikha is renowned for her “Storydance” performances and for creative collaborations celebrating the poetry of Rumi. She is the recipient of humanitarian awards for her work in the world promoting positive personal and social change.