by International Sufi Master Adnan Sarhan Location: SLCA (Spiritual Living Center of Atlanta), 1730 Northeast Expy NE Atlanta, GA. 30329 Please use entrance at front of building only, and walk up the stairs to the second level. “His special genius lies in his ability to translate his work into tasks and exercises that are palatable for westerners.” -Albuquerque Journal Sufi Workshops Meditative Drum Concert: Friday February 13, 7pm to 9:30pm Cost: $10 -Concert followed by workshop Sufi workshops: Saturday February 14, 11:30am to 6pm Sunday February 15, 11:30am to 6pm Friday February 20, 7pm to 9:30pm Saturday February 21, 11:30am to 6pm Sunday February 22, 11:30am to 6pm Cost: $10 Friday night, $70 one day, $120 for Sat & Sun, $130 entire weekend SUFI WORSHOPS IN ATLANTA Adnan Sarhan, founder of the Sufi Foundation, is internationally known for his “Rapid Method.” Adnan leads participants in a wide range of timeless techniques. Exercises, meditation, drumming, movement, chanting, dancing and whirling are used to develop the higher intelligence of the heart. Over the years, Adnan has conducted workshops at prestigious institutions around the world including St. James' Church in London; World Congress of Psychology in Switzerland; the Earth Summit in Brazil; Church of St. John the Divine, New York and many others. WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT ADNAN'S WORKSHOPS: "Adnan can take the students to extraordinary perceptions in a brief time." — InnerSelf Magazine "I started to doubt if I ever meet a real Sufi master who will pay so much attention to music, poetry and dancing in life, in spiritual path as you, as Sufis of the past. Thank you very much.” — Yana Petrova, Radio Russia, Moscow "You have taught me how to encourage the positive and discourage the negative.” — Don Blasius, Ph.D. Dept. of Mathematics, Yale University "Each time I attend one of your workshops,I feel afterwards a surge of creative energy. My concentration grows enormously." — Francisco Javier Sanchez Gonzalez, Head, Speech, Processing Laboratory, Madrid, Spain "The significance of what Adnan does is ecumenical, as his emphasis is on the spiritual brotherhood of all people. The experience of his work is as valid for Christians and Jews as it is for Moslems.” — James Parks Morton, Dean, Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, NY Reservations not required. Wear comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat or blanket to exercise on. Questions? Call: 678-596-8396, see www.SufiFoundation.org Adnan will do intricate rhythm that brings a new orientation to the mind and various centers in the body. Participant involvement will bring depth of consciousness and the spirit. How to get into the moment of the time and to extract the healing from the moment through action.