Perhaps your hatha practice is developing nicely and you want to experience more of the devotional, spiritual aspects of yoga. Maybe you just like Kirtan, or, want to try something completely new and uplifting. Any way you approach it, this event will benefit you!
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
Every culture uses song and sound to worship the Sacred. On one level this can be very pleasing yet, from a deeper perspective, voice and music are extremely potent spiritual tools that help open the heart and raise consciousness. As Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi put it:
“Sound or vibration is the most powerful force in the universe. Music is a divine art, to be used not only for pleasure but as a path to God-Realization. Vibrations resulting from devotional singing lead to attunement with the Cosmic Vibration or the Word”.
This event uses devotional chanting – singing from soul to Spirit – with periods of guided meditation to help participants experience the uplifting spiritual power of sacred songs and meditative silence. Guaranteed to enhance your inner growth!
“In the past I tried various meditation techniques but never truly adopted the practice as I found it difficult to sit still for very long. Chanting changed that for me. Chanting opens up a world of meditation and spiritual devotion. After 20 to 30 minutes of singing to God/Spirit, of opening my heart in deep calling – using the vibrations of my voice and heart to reach out towards the Divine – I find myself transported; gently, and effortlessly, into a deep and peaceful meditation. Afterwards I leave the Center glowing.” L. Jones
Rev. Alan L. Pritz is a disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda and Interfaith Minister. Author of award-winning book, Meditation as a Way of Life (Quest: 2014), he provides meditation training and related spiritual coaching-counseling-guidance for individuals, couples, organizations, and executives through his business, Awake In Life. Learn More See: www.Awake-In-Life.com.