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The Mir Sufi Path

The way of teaching on The Mir Sufi Path differs to many spiritual paths.

The Mir Sufi Path is a relatively new Sufi Path that started at the turn of the 21st century; however the essence of The Mir Sufi Path is the same as other authentic Sufi Paths.

The Mir Sufi Path was named after the Qalandar Sufi Master, Hazrat Pir Mir Ali Taleb, who originally resided in Iran until the 1960’s or 1970’s. His disciple, Mir Mahmoud Hadian, was instructed to settle in the United Kingdom, experience the ways of different Sufi Orders (Naqshbandi, Nimatullahi and Mevleviye) and work under several prominent Sufi teachers while at the same time attending college/university, being employed and having a family life.



Pir Mir Mahmoud Hadian

It was after experiencing all that he was then to initiate The Mir Sufi Path. This was a culmination of over several decades.

The Mir Sufi Path is a dynamic path which seeks to focus on the essence of spirituality – Union with Beloved. In The Mir Sufi Path, God is referred to as Beloved.

Initiation into The Mir Sufi Path requires observation of certain rules, manners and ceremonies respected by Sufis for more than one thousand years. These have been handed down through centuries of teaching and followed by the Pir (this means ‘Master of the Path’), Mir Mahmoud Hadian.

The role of the Pir is to assist the seeker upon the Path because the Pir is already experienced in this journey. A seeker cannot make the journey without the assistance of a Pir. No one can be given self-realisation – they have to earn it. On the path, guidance comes only from the Beloved. The Pir assists the seeker on their journey.

Whoever travels without a guide
needs two-hundred years
for a two-day journey.

- Rumi

As mentioned earlier, Pir Mir Mahmoud Hadian, who has direct bloodline to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), was trained by the Qalandar Sufi Master, Hazrat Pir Mir Ali Taleb. However, Pir Mir Mahmoud Hadian’s style of teaching is self-developed and distinctly non-institutional.

An author of talks & publications on Sufi teachings, Pir Mir Mahmoud Hadian blends the rich teachings of Eastern culture with the Western approach to learning.

Do not look at my outward shape
But take what is in my hand.

- Rumi

Through his work as a Pir, he has developed Mir Sufi Healing, Mir Sufi Chi and Mir Sufi Yoga.