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Sacred Partnership: Choosing, Seeing, Being Love in Every Moment

What is a Sacred Partnership?

Truly, it is a haven. It is heaven. It is a joining of God and Goddess in light, in divine love. A Sacred Partnership is also a spiritual one, yet this applies whether you follow the religious way or the Gnostic way. Spiritual means that you vibrate, your essence vibrates in spirit, beyond your physical form, beyond your minds comprehension. It is limitless, completely infinite. The possibilities of creation, the power that you have to manifest, to bring forth, to reveal the truth, the potentials, are truly limitless. Spirit is the essence of you within your body. Spirit is not tainted. Right and wrong are not words that spirit understands. Spirit sees, feels, is and acts in love – divine, true, eternal love with no conditions, no expectations, no self serving needs. It is free. It…

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About Cheikh Sufi

786 Cheikh Sufi has a BS degree in Biology from St. Augustine’s College and a MS degree from Indiana University in Secondary Education. He is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity. Sufi is an initiate of more than one sufi order and system of Self Realization. He is the first representative of his master, Serigne Saliou Mbacke, here in the west. He has traveled to Senegal west Africa 8 times, since 1996, to study the science of the inner path. He lived in Senegal for 2 years, from 2002-2004 , to complete his training on the mystic path. He has self published 11 books with more to come. He is the founder of MATLABUL FAWZANI INSTITUTE of online studies in Sufism, Arabic and Wolof here in the west. He provides the services of: sufi initiation, spiritual guidance, talisman making, spiritual blessing, magic/curse removal, and house blessing and purification. He is available for lectures, story telling and workshops around the country and abroad.

Posted on August 2, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. This is the relationship Most real people want. And its most understandable. And recommended.

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