In March, filming for a documentary on universalist Sufism in America continued in San Francisco, the birthplace of Sufism in America.
Filming was done at the Palace of Fine Arts, where a famous photograph of Hazrat Inayat Khan was taken in the 1920s.
A dialogue between Pir Shabda Kahn, Murshid Wali Ali Meyer, and Pir Netanel Miles-Yépez was filmed at Mentorgarten.
On a Sunday, filming was done of dances in Precita Park, after which, a group of Ruhaniat Sufis, led by Pir Shabda and Pir Netanel made a pilgrimage to the grave of Rabia Martin, the first American Sufi.
In Fairfax, the film crew interviewed Inayati Order murid, Satya Inayat Khan, who led them to Pir Dahan, often called the "Rock of the Prophet," at which Hazrat Inayat Khan meditated, declaring it to have the highest vibration in the country.