|Titel:||The Rose Garden|
Autobiography of a Modern Day Naqshbandi Sufi
"The Rose Garden" an autobiography of modern day Naqshbandi Sufi by Jenenne Castor-Thompson.
"A bridge is a bridge, but while it is being built it can carry no one." Irina Tweedie.
Radha Mohan Lal, (Bhai Sahib), a Naqshbandi Sufi Master, who lived in Kanpur, India, said that it was foretold that he would be the last male Sufi Master of his line, and so he was. The lineage is now characterized by female Sufi Masters.
Mrs. Irina Tweedie was the first western woman trained in the ancient tradition of Naqshbandi Sufism. Jenenne Castor-Thompson is the second western woman trained in this lineage, and is a successor to Mrs. Tweedie's master, Bhai Sahib.