Dances Of Universal Peace (DUP)
DUP was started by Murshid Sam Lewis in San Francisco, in the 1960s. He was inspired by the work of dance pioneer Ruth St. Denis.
This page is for links to books, websites, videos, and music from DUP. DUP is based on the teachings and writings of Hazrat Inayat Khan; DUPers are members of the Chisti Order of Sufis.
DUP & Sufi Books.
Message: The Sufi Teachings Of Hazrat Inayat Khan. (1499 pages)
The Kashf Al-Mahjub, by Hazrat Ali Bin Usman Al-Hujwiri. (527 pages)
Complete Works of Pir-O-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan. Original Texts:
Lectures On Sufism, 1926 I: December 1925 To March 12, 1926. (635 pages)
The Heart of Hearts of Rumi’s Mathnawi, by Mawlana Mulla Husayn Wa‘iz-e Kashifi. (494 pages)
Divine Sayings, 101 Hadith Qudsi (Mishkåt al-anwår), by Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi. (122 pages)
Paths To Transcendence According To Shankara, Ibn Arabi, And Meister Eckhart, by Reza Shah-Kazemi. (282 pages)
Chapter 1, Literary Production of Western Sufi Movements, from Sufism In The West, by Jamal Malik and John Hinnells. (14 pages)
Mystical Poems Of Rumi, Translated From The Persian By A.J.Arberry. (440 pages)
The Alchemy Of Happiness, by Al Ghazzali. Tr. from the Hindustani by Claud Field. (48 pages)
Beshara And Ibn ‘Arabi, A Movement Of Sufi Spirituality In The Modern World, by Suha Taji-Farouki.
Reflections on Sitting with Murshid SAM, by Neil Douglas-Klotz. (2 pages)
Murshid Sam Dargah Dedication, by Shabda Kahn. (18 pages)
The Fragrance of Bliss, an Interview between Munir Reynolds and Murshida Leilah Be. (20 pages)