Chanting Circle with Liza Lilintahl

Experience effortless meditation through devotional singing

Location: Active Birth Centre London N19 5JT
Start Date: 07 November, 2009 at 06:30
Finish Date: 01 November 2009 at 08:00
Leader: lizajoanar (View profile)
Cost: £12 at the door / ?10 pre-booked

Kirtan or chanting is the art of devotional singing. In the yoga tradition we sing to the names of the Indian gods and goddesses and we sing to each one of them for different purposes.

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Kirtan or chanting is the art of devotional singing. In the yoga tradition we sing to the names of the Indian gods and goddesses and we sing to each one of them for different purposes: Lakshmi for abundance, Shiva to restore balance, Ganesha to remove obstacles. When we chant, we free our voices, and our hearts from tension. And the resonance of this sound throughout the body can be incredibly beneficial to balance the chakras (7 energy centres in our bodies). When we start singing, the mind seems busy, but eventually, meditation comes effortlessly as we let the vibration and the sound of the mantras do its work through repetition. The heart opens and a feeling of deep relaxation permeates our whole being.
You may wish to bring your own musical instrument and let your heart play through them if that is the way you feel you express yourself better. All instruments are welcome!

Booking is highly recommended as there are limited spaces.

For more information please contact Liza on 07792867414

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