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Open to all who enjoy chanting the sacred names in any language. For inner peace, centering, uplifting the soul, creating a tranquil space internally and externally.
The usual form of kirtan is call and response. Everyone who wishes will be given the space to lead a chant. Meetups will be at private homes and public halls or rooms. If you can host an evening then please let me know. Meetups will be a combination of singing and socializing. Sing for an hour or so, then chi and nibbles. May also include potluck meals. Casual events may be on any day of the week day or night. Regular events will be fortnightly or monthly depending on the preference of members.

Upcoming events (3)

6 pm Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Meditation 108 times.

Greetings to all kirtan members. Join with us at 6pm to chant the Mahamrityunjaya mantra 108 times. All koha / donations to go to the Yoga education in prisons trust.

6 pm Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Meditation 108 times. 7pm Kirtan.

Greetings to all kirtan members. Join with us at 6pm to chant the Mahamrityunjaya mantra 108 times. Kirtan will follow at 7pm. All welcome to come and sing from the heart space and lead a chant of their choice. All koha / donations to go to the Yoga education in prisons trust.

Kirtan and Herb / Chi tea Friday evening 7pm.

Give space for body mind to rest and spirit to soar. Bathe in the nourishing resonance of music and mantra from the ancient traditions. Kirtan is the singing of sacred chants in a call and response format. It is a very simple and powerful way to meditate, that bypasses the mind and easily reaches the heart. The practice is effortless and joyful. The ancient chants contain powerful renewing and transformative energy that helps us reconnect with the divinity that resides within each one. Tea/chai following kirtan. You are welcome to bring tasty snacks to share. All donations/ koha received will be donated to YEPT (Yoga Education in Prison Trust) All welcome, no previous experience in chanting or yoga necessary.

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Kirtan and Herb tea Friday evening.

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