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Kirtan | Yoga of Sound | Fundraiser


1146 Euclid Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307, United States

19 Nov, 2021
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NOV 19 Fri, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM EST

HAPPY CHANTING! Please join the celebrations as we meet again for more chanting all the while raising money for Food4Lives Organization.

The charity you are supporting is Food4Lives which provides meals everyday to 200 people in the city of Atlanta

When chanting we seek for our hearts to open in compassion for the pain in our hearts and in the hearts of all sentient beings. "In the divine power of the wisdom of compassion, may the wonder of mercy and forgiveness make my heart free from all guilt, from deepest insight into the causes of suffering in this world.".

Sanskrit chanting is a beautiful treasure that is available for all. Through the sounds there is the opportunity to understand that state of freedom that is there always, but which we forget. So bring your voices and spend an enchanted hour filling your hearts with sacred chants. Classic Indian instruments, such as the harmonium and drum accompany the chant, while simple Sanskrit mantras are repeated in a call-and-response building in energy and tempo. This is the practice of Bhakti yoga. The essence of Bhakti Yoga is to reconnect with our fundamental essence of existence - to love and to be loved. Bhakti Yoga is about self-development - being the change we want to see in the world, cultivating compassion, making this world a better place, finding peace of mind and deeper purpose in life. Kirtan, chanting Music is the language of the heart. Through music, we connect with the essence of our being.

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