PsychicStyle – Maulana Zainulabedin Kazmi

Last night I went to see Maulana Zainulabedin Kazmi, at the Church of Ocean Park in Santa Monica. Maulana is an internationally known Sufi Saint and healer who comes from a 1500 year old unbroken Golden Chain of Sufi Masters. Originally from India, then Pakistan and now London, England, Maulana has spent more than fifty years serving millions of people in many countries, having traveled through 45 states covering over 200,000 miles since 1999 (wowy). He chanted the 108 names of God, did individual healings, and gave out lots of gifts for spiritual assistance and protection for everyone and their home, in addiction to blessing olive oil and water. It was a great opportunity to practice receiving and a lot of fun!

Maulana’s hand out information says he speaks about true spirituality, mercy, sweetness, love, unity, and peace. Honestly, it was pretty hard to understand what he was saying (which was a bummer and a bit torturous) but, I have to say there was an amazing energy in the room. There was a part where he and his helper assistant people (sorry, I so don’t know what to call them) said/sang prayers that were so uplifting and beautiful. I believe this was the Zikr (praising and chanting in the remembrance of God that puts comfort in peoples heart and lifts depression, stress and pressure) who doesn’t need some of that!  I must say that surprisingly, I did feel relief from a psychical ailment that I asked him for healing on. I went with no expectation and really enjoyed the experience.

PsychicGirl Spiritual High-Fives: 4 out of 5

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One Response to “PsychicStyle – Maulana Zainulabedin Kazmi”

  1. victoria luero Says:

    I saw Maulana for the first time in 2001. He seriously changed my life and mind. I love him. Thank you for posting a picture with him. That is something i never did was take a picture of him. I am hoping to catch him again, maybe next year. Seems he comes ever other year.

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