A bhajan is a devotional song. Bhajans can trace their beginnings back to classical ragas and talas as well as traditional folk music. The word “bhajan” comes from “bhakti” which means devotion. Bhajan singing opens the heart and is a natural form of meditation.
Spring Bhajan Gatherings
These Gatherings meet on the following dates from 7 to 9 pm:
April 18, May 2 & 16, and June 6 and 20.
Cost: This gathering is offered on a donation basis. $10/class is a suggested donation. Any amount is appreciated. You will give your monetary offerings directly to the instructors.
Registration Procedure: Please call if you want to participate.
Academic Credit: Credit is available for students of the Vedic Studies and Soul University programs. Please ask Saraphina or Nafeeah at email@example.com for more information.
“Singing the divine names and qualities actually manifests the energy of all those divine characters we are singing about – Guru, Ganesh, Muruga, Shiva, Krishna, Rama, and of course Mother Divine – and channels their blessings, healing and love to all those souls we are singing for – the mass shooting victims, the countless refugees, the shivering homeless, the PTSD veterans, the malnourished children, the abused women and minorities. It is so necessary, and such a service to God to join our hearts and breath through our voices, and share that healing balm through the unbounded ocean of consciousness that connects and is the source of all beings. Music is Medicine and together we will deliver it to all the heart broken souls craving relief and healing.” – Jonathan D. Rosen, Facebook, 12/3/2015
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