Health & Nature / Rumi's Cave

PERMACULTURE & SUFISM COURSE

Sufism-Perm2-green-_intro_flyer_The Mill-Highres
PERMACULTURE & SUFISM: A RETURN TO THE NATURAL PATTERNING

“The speech of water, the speech of earth, and the speech of mud
Are apprehended by the sense of them that have hearts”
Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi: Mathnawi 1.3279

A 1-Day Course in London. Limited Places. Bookings are now open.

Date: Sat 20th Sept 2014
Venue: The Mill, 7-11 Coppermill Lane, Walthamstow, London, E17 7HA.
Times: 10am-6pm
Relevant to Muslims, those on a Sufi path, and anyone interested in Islamic Sufism in the context of a contemporary, applied ecology.
Permaculture is a practical system for sustainable living, based on observing principles and patterns in nature. By maximising relationships in living systems, permaculture has empowered people worldwide to develop dynamic, resilient projects that work with nature, rather than against it. Whether the home and garden,  mosque/congregation space, or one’s own life and career, permaculture can be applied to each situation.
At the same time, Sufism, a spiritual tradition that locates humankind within the wider ecology, has relationship at its heart.
This short course will explore the ethics and practical tools of Permaculture, the coherence of Islamic Sufism, and the relationship between the two.
This event is a collaboration between Wisdom In Nature and the Inclusive Mosque Initiative with support from Rumi’s Cave.
Course Facilitators:
Dr Muzammal Hussain (Permaculture Designer & Group Facilitator)
Dr Shumaisa Khan (Permaculture & Sustainability Tutor)
Course Fees: £55
Advance bookings ONLY
More Info/To Bookhttp://tinyurl.com/mm7akfz

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