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The 3 Inner Voices

By Salima Adelstein, Kamila Shenmen and Ibrahim Jaffe

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The 3 Inner Voices Video Series

By Salima Adelstein, Kamila Shenmen and Ibrahim Jaffe

What are The 3 Inner Voices?

In Sufism, there are three main voices that impact our lives. The voice that rings the loudest within you – though it may not be the voice with your highest good behind it – will hold the most power over your daily life.

The first of the three voices is what Sufism refers to as the voice of the Self. This can be many smaller voices of your inner child, the controller, the protector, or even the parts of you that feel afraid. All of these subpersonalities exist in combination with each other to create the voice of the Self, but one eventually rises above the others to create the primary voice of Self within you. This is often the voice we are most aware of, and influences our daily thoughts about life, God, and ourselves.

The second of the three voices is what Sufis refer to as the voice of Darkness. This is the saboteur that, as we say in Sufism, is both outside and inside of us. It often comes in the form of others’ voices that live in our subconscious minds, showing where we are distanced from faith or trust in God. Affecting everything we do, this voice presses us toward fear rather than love as we try to heal our wounds and walk closer to God. This voice is often what holds us back from taking divinely-guided action to better ourselves and our lives.

The third and final voice is the one that rises above the rest and will come to mean the most in your life: the voice of God. It can come to us in the form of Angels or direct transmissions from behind the veil. This is the voice that leads you to your highest, holiest, and healthiest life. Though there will still be trials in order to grow and learn, the voice of God will lead you to the path of least resistance. To the path that is made for​ you, not one that simply happens to​ you.

As multifaceted beings, we must address the different voices within ourselves and discern which of them are here to help us expand, and which ones keep us in a state of disease and feeling “stuck.” Follow along with the teachers as they address the different processes and voices in which you can find the guidance you seek and the healing on God’s path to peace, joy, freedom, and Oneness.

Inside the Course:

Video 1: 

The Voice of the Self (Nafs)

In this video, Dr. Ibrahim Jaffe teaches about the different voices of what we often refer to as our ego, or “small self,” and how they can interfere with acting upon the guidance we receive from the Divine.

  • Understanding the purpose of the Nafs or Ego-Self
  • Discerning the “top” voice that is affecting your life
  • How the voices of the Self interact with the voice of Darkness and of God

    Video 2: 

    The Voice of the Darkness (Shaitan)

    In this video, Kamila Shenmen teaches us about the origins and day-to-day influences of the Darkness, as well as the role it plays in the larger Divine Plan. She also shares tips for recognizing the darker voices, and how to turn away from them.

    • The origins of this voice of darkness
    • How to identify it through common words and phrases it uses
    • Understanding its role in Creation and what it reveals in you

    Video 3: 

    The Voice of God (the Divine)

    In this video, Salima Adelstein teaches us how to tap into the Divine Guidance that is always available to us, and gives us practices for embodying it in our daily lives.

    • Discerning the true voice of the Divine within you
    • How to follow and live with through guidance of God
    • The differences that manifest in your life when aligning with this voice

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    Dr. Ibrahim Jaffe

    Dr. Ibrahim Jaffe is a physician, Sufi Master Healer, and Spiritual Guide pioneering Medical Spiritual Healing (MSH) – the integration of western medicine and spiritual practice to heal disease and improve health and wellbeing. After studying and witnessing healing from many spiritual healing traditions including Hindu, Kundalini, Homeopathy, Tibetan Medicine Buddha, Japanese Zen, Philippine psychic surgeons, South American shamans, Hawaiian Kahuna and more, Dr. Jaffe discovered the spiritual healing of the Sufis.

    Salima Adelstein

    Maxine Salima Adelstein M.Ed., D.D. helps people to discover and embody the deep truth of their beauty and essence through her work as a healer and teacher. She is a Murshid Murabbi Ruhi, (Sufi Spiritual Guide) in the Shadhilyya Sufi tradition, a rank given to her by her guide, Sidi Muhammad al-Jamal.  Ms. Adelstein is Co-President, chair of the Department of Spiritual Ministry and Sufi Studies and a faculty member for the University of Sufism and the Institute of Spiritual Healing. She is a master healer who has helped thousands of clients heal from illness and lifelong emotional pain

    Kamila Shenmen

    Kamila Carolyn Shenmen, Ph.D., Dipl.Ac., Dipl.C.H., M.Div., co-president of the University of Sufism, holds a Master’s of Divinity degree from the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism and a Doctorate in Computer Science and Molecular Biology from the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France.

    She worked for 18 years at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland and is also a certified practitioner of Oriental Medicine. Kamila has been a healing practitioner in the Sufi tradition since 2003.