May 2009

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Dances of Universal Peace

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Dancing Peacock Paradise

"Affirming & Accepting Radiant Health"

2:00 - 2:45 Arrival & Enjoying Nature

3:00 - 5:00 - Dances

6:00 - Potluck Dinner

7:00 - Healing Dances, Practices, & Zikr

8:30 - Desserts

" awaken humanity to a greater realization
of the Divine Spirit to heal."

-Hazrat Inayat Khan

  • Please arrive before 3:00, if possible, so we may begin & deepen our energetic journey of sacred songs & practices together.
  • Bring a generous dish to share of healthy food lovingly made by your own hands or chosen consciously to nourish the many people who attend.
  • Suggested donation $10 + $5 if you choose not to bring a dish.
  • An RSVP is helpful, but not necessary.
  • Those who would like to spend Saturday night at Dancing Peacock Paradise may make reservations in advance. $25 includes breakfast.

Ya Shafee! Ya Khafee!
O Divine Healer! O Divine Remedy!

DiAnahita Kanoy, Certified Dance Leader
Nadim reads passages from Rumi

Nayaz Prayer

Beloved Lord, Almighty God!
Through the rays of the sun,
Through the waves of the air.
Through the All-pervading Life in space,
Purify & revivify me, and, I pray,
Heal my body, heart, & soul.
-Hazrat Inayat Khan


Words to some Dances we may do
at Dancing Peacock Paradise


Dissolving Rebirthing.
Hu, Say Hu


Do you know how much your love means?
Do you know how many hearts you've lifted?
Do you know your love is healing?
What a beautiful feeling.

Do you know your love is precious?
It warms me like the shining sun.
Keep shining through the darkest season;
Our love has such a perfect reason.

-Ana Elna Rafa Nala

Water of Life, cleanse my soul.
Fire of Truth, burn away my fear.
Wind of the Spirit, let my being soar.
Mother Earth, heal me again.


He kehau, He kehau
Ho o ma ay ma ay, Ho o ma ay ma ay
Ke aloha, Ke aloha


Om Mani Peme Hung


Al Jabbar, Al Jabbar, Al Jabbar, Al Jabbar.
Heal our wounds, Set our bones.
Mend our hearts, Restore our hopes.


Ya shafee, Ya khafee
Let me do Thy Will Allah, Allah, Allah
Let me do Thy Will Allah, Allah, Allah
La illaha Il Allah.


This is not my body, This is the Temple of God.
This is not my heart, This is the Altar of God.