I read a magazine produced by a sufi organisation.
One article had a young man being approached by an old man who told him to go to another town and become a sufi by learning from a great sufi in that town.
After three days journey he reached the town and asked for the great sufi and was told he had died, and why had he asked. He related the story and on describing the old man who told him to go to this town, was told that it was that same great sufi he was looking for who had died four days previously! Do the maths.
This story is believed by sufis and their followers as a true event when it is nothing but a fairy tale, just like reincarnating Dala Lamas, etc.
In the light of this nonsense, my question to you is, do the beliefs and practices of the sufis conform to the teachings of the Quran? As they do not, just like the majority of people in other shirk sects in Islam, then I do not care if they do not receive wahi, I do care they are on the same crooked path as the majority of humanity.
What can they teach me? Should I repeat 'Allah' 1000 times so I do not forget there is an Allah, or should I read, understand and put into practice the Quran which is true remembrance of Allah?
When will you learn? Judgement day is only a stopped heart beat away!