Connect to the magic of thousands of years ago that is still present today ...                        

CHANTING EVENINGS Sanskrit KIRTAN CALL OF THE HEART

 

Saturdays in 2020

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October 31st November 28th December 19th  7pm UK time

 

All Sanskrit chant & chill evenings will be on Zoom until the end of lockdown

Join us for Sanskrit Chanting

Saturday 16th May 2020 @ 7pm UK time

Here is link + meeting ID 753 115 8781 Password:  MRTHBRNL

All welcome You can chant  or simply chill Whichever you prefer

To donate click here

 

ADDRESS: Studio 4, St Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe Road, West Brompton, London (don't use post code in Google maps as takes you to wrong place- left From WB

station, left into Lillie Road, it is then left into Ongar Road and then right into Seddlescombe Road . Enter through black iron gate on right)

   

NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF SANSKRIT OR SINGING NECESSARY. Just an open heart.

 

This is really chanting where there is no "knowledge" needed, it is experiential

The sangha, the group join in, in form of call and response

Gradually the mind quietens and the attention drops to fill the body,

and awareness of place, the present, free from the seeming contsraint of time

and space. Eventually "I" would disappear and it becomes a meditation

 

The activities will involve:

 

Sounding

Vedic Chanting

Being Full of Joy

Letting body vibrate and

be nourished

by the sounds

Embodying sounds

Being as a symphony,

in union together,

one voice

Letting go of tension

 

We also look at some of the words and language of the Vedic chants in more

depth

and have a period of reflection on this.

 

FREE! (Collection box at end if wish to make a donation)

 

There are some Yoga mats and blankets at the venue and am working on the

cushions. In the meantime, do bring a cushion or block to be as comfy as

possible and more importantly...

 

Don't be afraid of your natural sound. They say seeing is believing-

well singing is being and singing Sanskrit is being happy.

 

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London based Poet Geoffrey Murray describes the experience