The Rabbani Project
Spirituality. Nature. Creativity.
The word Rabbaninuyn is plural of Rabbani in Arabic. This word can be found in the Quran numerous times. Shaykh Muhammed Nazim Adil-al Haqqani defines the word as ‘Godly Ones’.
Those who neither seek recognition, a title, or praise for their service to the Divine and creation. Those amongst us who tread the path of truth in order to be reunited with their Beloved. To reconnect back to their fitra (natural state). To establish oneness.
Be among the Rabbāniyūn”
Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth."
The Rabbani Project is a reflection of this yearning. We are a non-profit collective seeking to be counted among the Rabbaniyun through service to others, nature, creativity, and spirituality. Four means to nourish the wandering soul and root us back to our nature.
The Rabbani Project has four main branches; The Salaam Cafe, Ladies of Light, Green Deen Tribe, and the Black Muslim Women Healing Collective.
Spaces dedicated to healing, nourishment, connection, and education.
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The Salaam Cafe
The Salaam Cafe grew out of a need for monthly dhikr gatherings, open and accessible to all. Each month the Salaam Cafe would invite and host communities from different spiritual paths to gather in dhikr (remembrance) drink tea and connect. The idea is to ‘occupy’ different spaces in the city with peace and love.
Black Muslim Women Healing Collective
The Black Muslim Women Healing Collective is dedicated to supporting and uplifting Black Muslim Women.We create online and in-person spaces to support Black Muslim Women, understanding their trauma, developing their skills and accessing resources to heal themselves and their communities.
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