Chanting and Prayer
The beauty of chanting is it always takes you beyond all concepts, all sense of "me". (Praying does this also.) And everyone can chant! Chanting Mantras is a sacred art. It is deep exaltation of the heart to the Divine Mystery. (Divine means undividable.!) Most of our chanting is in Sanskrit which has a very strong vibration. And we sing devotional songs from around the world. We sing to the Divine Mystery. Both chanting Sanskrit mantras and singing devotional songs lightens the energy and is critical for changing the world at this time.
Adhikari was introduced to chanting by ShantiMayi in 2000. She fell in love with chanting and discovered she could sing. Anyone can sing if they come from their heart!
Most of the chanting Adhikari offers in groups on a regular basis are for awakening of the world, which is the mission of the Sacha lineage, or for healing and gratitude or pure joy!
Chanting and singing offerings in the Fall and Winter of 2018
Devotional singing: of a variety of songs and chants in Sanskrit, Lakota, Hawaiin and English for awakening, healing, and gratitude. We also dance to some of these songs which is fabulous.
Musicians: Adhikari, Kura( Alina Lightchaser) Justin Miller and Becka Miller
at 7pm at Baltimore Yoga village in Hampden: http://www.baltimoreyogavillage.com.
Offered on October 7th, November.4th, and December 2nd.
We encourage you to be generous in your donation: the musicians practice a lot to bring you this offering.
Gayatri Mantra - one of the oldest prayers in the world. It has the vibration of awakening. We gather to chant 108 times, 2nd Sunday of every month.
at Baltimore Yoga Village in Hampden. October 14th, November 11th, December 9th
Go to http://www.worldwidelightcircle.net/ to hear the Gayatri Mantra and read more about .it.
Please donate from your heart! The donations go to charities.
Medicine Buddha Mantra: Medicine Buddha made 12 vows to eliminate suffering on all levels....physical, emotional, and spiritual...the latter being the greatest illness...that of ignoring one's true nature, the Totality of who we and everything is.
We gather to chant this Mantra 81-98 times on the 4th Sunday of every month at 7pm at Baltimore Yoga Village in Hampden.
September 23rd, October 28th, ( will not have Nov. 25th or Dec. 25th because holiday weekends.)
All donations go to charities.