Sufism is well known and practiced throughout all Islamic countries. The practices of Sufism include prayer, fasting, remembrance of God (Zikr) and all other Islamic principles, which are adhered to with presence of heart. Absolute concentration, focus and presence of heart are essential conditions for religious practice.

Sufism allows each individual to recognise his/her own spiritual and human values. The doors of the school are open to everyone, regardless of their religious background, gender, geographical or social origin. As a result, the boundaries between so called ‘religions’ vanish since they all lead people to one aim.

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Learn more about the daily prayer, remembrance of God ‘Zikr’, and absolute concentration ‘Tamarkoz’.