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Kirtan & Meditation


Meditation *** Singing *** Veggie Potluck

Kirtan is an ancient participatory music experience. Without the work of mentally quieting the mind, kirtan can carry us effortlessly to a place of quiet, to stillness. One of the oldest sacred music traditions of the world, the kirtan call-and-response chanting genre comes to us from India. Using ancient Sanskrit mantras, the kirtan calls upon sacred energies which serve to quiet the mind, remove obstacles to meditation. Singing traditional Sanskrit mantras has a profound effect on the environment and consciousness, helping to elevate the mind, heal the body, and open the heart. No experience is necessary.

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  • Joel J.

    Opens the channels! Really gets the spirit moving, and grounds you well in your body. The only thing I found challenging is picking up on the songs and following along. My spirit wanted to fly, to step out of my chest, but it struggled with getting the right pronunciation down. If I may suggest an improvement that could benefit new comers, is a song sheet. That way anyone can pick it up, follow and integrate. Namaste ~Joel

    February 1, 2014

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