Shattari

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The word Shattar means "lightning-quick","speed","rapidity", or "fast-goer." Shattari is a system of spiritual Sufi practices designed to quickly lead to a state of Completion.

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These techniques are provided by the Shaṭṭārīyah Ṣūfī order. The order derives its name from "either a 15th-century Indian mystic called Shaṭṭārī or the Arabic word shāṭir (“breaker”), referring to one who has broken with the world." The order stresses Alignment with self and "personal union with God."[1]


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