Wellington Kirtan night

Presented by Wellington Kirtan
A yoga practice that involves singing mantras in a call and response manner

When:Last Saturday of every month. Island Bay Community Centre (down the pathway behind the shops), 137 The Parade, Island Bay
6.30pm
Where:Wellington City, Wellington (see below for the venue address)
Suggested donation: Donation for the Yoga in Prisons Trust (minimum $1.00 per person for rent)


Kirtan is a complete practice within itself and requires no other sadhana.  Kirtan gives total relaxation and leads to the experience of higher consciousness.  The word kirtan is made up of two roots: ki and ratana.  Ratana means ‘jewels’, and ki is ‘key’.  Therefore, kirtan is the key to the inner jewels.  Kirtan is effective, whether sung internally without making any sound, or externally in a group.  Kirtan is a personal experience which is felt by the inner being.  No one can guess when you do kirtan in your heart.  It is the song of the soul.  Kirtan is highly therapeutic.  All kinds of diseases can be cured by its stimulating vibrations.  Kirtan is purely scientific and works wonders regardless of one’s faith and religion.  Kirtan is so effective and penetrating that words cannot express its significance.  It must be experienced to be understood.

Bring a comfy cushion.

Venue:
Island Bay Community Centre (down the pathway behind the shops), 137 The Parade, Island Bay


Contact details:
Adhyatma 04 3839571 021 0548756
e.adhyatma108@gmail.com
www.kalpataru.co.nz


Categories: Mantra, Meditation, Music, Yoga