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OM Chanting – Brighton
August 11 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
One event on September 8, 2018 at 1:30pm
One event on October 6, 2018 at 1:30pm
One event on November 3, 2018 at 1:30pm
One event on December 1, 2018 at 1:30pm
WHAT IS OM CHANTING?
OM Chanting is a free group practice that uses the transformational power of OM to activate the self-healing potential of participants. The practice transforms negativity into positive energy, helps purify the local environment, and supports the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of participants. This practice is one of the many exercises of Atma Kriya Yoga and is perfect for all Yoga London enthusiasts.
Love is meant to be shared. OM Chanting brings people together to share the positive vibrations of OM and their love for Mother Earth in local communities and nations around the world.
Purifies and transforms negative energy into positive energy
Calms down the restless mind and emotions, bringing about a state of peace and balance
Creates a powerful balancing and healing vibration, which can support healing processes in the physical body
Develops love and devotion
Helps with insomnia
Helps to ground oneself
WHY IS OM CHANTING POWERFUL?
OM is the primordial and highest sound or vibration, the source of all other sounds. Illness is an imbalance in the body’s vibration. By using OM as the highest vibration, one can heal the body. Many people have powerful experiences during OM Chanting.
HOW OM CHANTING WORKS?
This practice is open to all ages. OM Chanting circles typically last one hour. They are done using a unique combination of seating in concentric circles, continuous chanting of OM and the presence of an OM Chanting Organiser. Bottles of water brought into the circle are transformed with the same energy and can be taken away as healing water.
IS OM CHANTING RIGHT FOR ME?
No previous experience is required for this Yoga London event.
OM Chanting is not a faith-based practice, but all faiths are welcomed, as well as those who have no interest in spirituality.
Children may sit on a parent’s lap, as long as they do not disturb others.
This practice is not recommended for those with a history of serious mental illness or anyone under the influence of alcohol or recreational drugs.
Whilst OM Chanting is a free event, donations are most welcome and appreciated. All proceeds are used to further this practice in areas within and outside of London.
“The moment when people start to chant OM together, their own vibrations is transformed into OM. Whoever is inside the circle is showered with this energy and that’s what changes the vibration of the body.” ~ Paramahamsa Vishwananda
Arrive by:13:30pm (prompt start time of 13:45pm)
What to bring: Bottle of water and cushion (chairs will be provided)
How to Find us: Corner of First Avenue and Church Road 10 mins walk from Hove Station
For more details, please contact Bhavani on 07765292093
To preserve the energetic integrity of the circle, once chanting has started, participants arriving after the start time will be asked to sit on the outside of the circle. If you are running late, please let the OMC Organiser know – if it is only a few minutes, they might be able to wait for you.
Bhakti Marga offers several meditative and physical yoga practices to support different needs, interest and lifestyles. Visit us on bhaktimarga.co.uk/sadhana
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