Murshid Samuel Lewis died on Janunary 15, 1971, in a period where audio recording was just beginning for the average person. Through good fortune, many of Murshid Sam’s talks and teachings were recorded, sometimes by
crude means. After digitizing and indexing we continue to work on refining the audio quality. We find these expressions filled with blessings. They contain a great range of teachings, and they offer a direct access to
Murshid Sam’s vital energy.
The transfer to digital medium and indexing was done by a team of Abraham Sussman, Zahir Roman Orest, and
Hallaj Jim Steele. We express our deep thanks and appreciation.
—Pir Shabda Kahn
Sixty four talks and lectures.
Each file will link to an individual talk and its index with time location.
For a pdf of the complete guide to these files click here: Audio guide.
The time locations may vary slightly depending on the audio player.
HIK in the text means: Hazrat Inayat Khan.
The indexes are offered as a guide and research aid and are intended to be a work-in-progress.
You can suggest additional index points by emailing the archivist.