July (and late June) Appts & Classes w/ Imam Bilal

As Salaam alaykum. There are some times available for appointments with Imam Bilal. Please respond soon if you would like an appointment, and if you can, mention more than one possible time. Suggested donation is $99 or $100 for a session, in person or on the phone. Each appointment is usually an hour and a half to two hours; phone calls are sometimes a little shorter. He makes the call, so please let us know your number if its the first time he'll be calling you. Times shown are Pacific time. Please contact Subhana at subhana@nuraniinstitute.org to request appointment times, register for the upcoming class, and to arrange donations if you aren't local. Please make checks for donations to Nurani Institute.

Thurs. June 27 10:30 AM
Thurs. June 27 6:30 PM
Sat. June 29 10:30 AM
Sat. June 29 6:30 PM
Mon. July 1 10:30 AM
Mon. July 1 6:30 PM
Saturday, July 6, 2019 10:30 - 1 PM Al-Muhasabah Third and Final in a Series of Advanced Techniques in Sufi Meditation
Thurs. July 11 10:30 AM
Thurs. July 11 6:30 PM
Sat. July 13 10:30 AM
Sat. July 13 6:30 PM
Mon. July 15 10:30 AM
Mon. July 15 6:30 PM
Thurs. July 18 10:30 AM
Thurs. July 18 6:30 PM
Sat. July 20 10:30 AM
Sat. July 20 6:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28, 2019 10:30 AM - 1 PM "Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Love" The exoteric dimensions (with personal experiences from Bilal's student residency in Mecca) and the esoteric dimensions of the Hajj (including breathing exercises from the three previous classes on Advanced Sufi Meditation Techniques).
Hajj season begins August 1 or 2, ("Behold the crescent's smile in the evening sky at sunset'), it begins 9 or 10 days of prayer and fasting, deep sacred nights listening to the whispers of lovers' weeping hearts.
August 10 is Yawm al Wuquf: a whole day of silent zikr and prayer, being with the breaths of millions of Hajjis from every corner of the globe. Many prayers, one Breath.
August 11 is the major or greater 'Eid, 'Eid-ul-Adha, the feast of Abraham, and all his people! Happy 'Eid!