ONLINE Chanting & Meditation Weekend
September 24- 26 2021
Singing is a way for you to express your heart, but chanting is how you express your spirit. Yoga’s amazing technology includes chanting in Sanskrit, providing a direct route to inner bliss.
Spend the weekend immersed in the music of yoga. Plumb the heights of Consciousness and the depths of your own being, carried by the sound current hidden in the mantras we sing. This all happens at home, or wherever you’re sheltering at this time. We zoom in to you on your computer, tablet or phone, guiding and supporting you in the yogic process of finding your Self.
Each of these weekend retreats has a theme, created by Satguru Swami Nirmalananda. We use classical teaching stories to explain the chants as well as the inner experiences you are having.
From beginners through advanced yogis, you will be delighted at how easy this yoga practice is, called bhakti yoga, the “Yoga of the Heart.” Every step of the way, you’ll be filling your heart and home with these Divine sounds, through the sound of your own voice, blended with Swami Nirmalananda and our Ashram’s other swamis and chanters.
Gurudevi Nirmalananda & Swami Satrupananda
Location: ONLINE. You will receive a link for the Zoom connection the day before the course, which you can use on your phone, tablet or computer. If you download the Zoom app, it's even easier.
Dates and Times: Friday, 9/24, 6:30 - 9:30 pm, Saturday 9/25, 6:30 am - 9:30 pm; Sunday 9/26: 6:30 am - 11:30 am (Eastern Time)
Confirmation Date: September 20 2021
Total Enrollment Fees:
Early Members* (on or before September 20 2021) $391.00; Early Non-Member: $431.00
Standard Tuition $471.00
*Memberships that qualify for the discounted early rate: SATYA
When events beyond our control cause unavoidable changes, locations and fees are subject to change without notice.
Your physical changes are profound and reliable, yet the inner transformation that gives you a new way of seeing is much more important. Your own life and the world begin to look perfect, even though it is the same world that used to drive you crazy.