Abrahamic Zikr

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This sacred practice emerged at a sufi camp in Canada in summer of 2004, inspired by the shared contemplation of and embodied engagement with these core phrases of the three primary Abrahamic religions, following the individual's relationship with facets of the divine from pre-eternity to daily existence.

Special thanks to Daniel Nerenberg, Sohrob Nabatian & Sarah Leila Manolson.


from Sufi Kirtan, released August 7, 2015
Moksha Sommer- Vocals
Jemal Wade Hines- Vocals
Katherine Smith- Vocals



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