Sufism Reoriented
   See Duce, Ivy O.

Encyclopedia of Hinduism. . 2007.

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  • Duce, Ivy O. — (1895–1981)    founder of Sufism Reoriented    Ivy O. Duce was an American proponent and leader of Sufism. She spread the universalist teachings of MEHER BABA.    Ivy Duce was born Ivy Judd and raised in the Episcopal Church. She served in the… …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

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  • Carol Weyland Conner — is the current Murshida (spiritual figure or guide) of Sufism Reoriented. Sufism Reoriented was chartered by Meher Baba in 1952. Succession * Inayat Khan (1882–1927) * Murshida Rabia Martin Hazrat Inayat Khan s designated spiritual successor… …   Wikipedia

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