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Satsang and Project Mantra Course
April 7, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Satsang with Swamini Karuna – 18:30
A Satsang is a gathering of people who are interested in exploring spirituality through interactive dialogue. Many spiritual searchers in today materialistic society feel isolated. Taking part in a Satsang helps you to realize you are not alone and provides the opportunity to connect with like-minded people.
In a Satsang, people come together to share their spiritual insights, ask questions, and through dialogue deepen their spiritual understanding. Each person’s spiritual experience is unique. Satsangs are an interesting way to learn about the other peoples’ spiritual experiences and challenges. Satsangs naturally reveal shared wisdom, which can enhance your understanding of spirituality and yourself.
Swamini Karuna will host a Satsang with a talk on what it means to be on a spiritual quest. She will invite participants at the Satsang to ask questions and share their understanding of spirituality.
There is no fee for a Satsang only a donation.
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Project Mantra – will start 19:30 (should be finished by 20:30)
Project Mantra is great way to get into the habit of regular mantra Chanting. You can Chant OM Namo Narayanaya or the Gayatri Mantra for 40 days to get first-hand experience of the power of maintaining a regular mantra chanting practice.
Project Mantra is a free, guided program that helps you gradually build up an easy, yet powerful daily chanting practice over 40 days. It is perfect for beginners who want a simple, effective tool to quiet the mind, open the heart, and create a positive habit of connecting with the Divine on a daily basis.Project Mantra is our mantra meditation practice. Everyone can do it, anytime and anywhere, even children. Simple daily repetitions of mantras will take you deep into the beauty and mystery of chanting the Divine Name. The practice is especially powerful when you turn every repetition into a heartfelt prayer.
- April 7, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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