ABOUT THIS EVENT
Kirtan is a form of Bhakti yoga, the yoga of devotion. An ancient singing practice that is a vehicle for opening the heart and mind which can bring about experiencing deeper states of awareness.
A powerful tool for reawakening our hearts to support healing and our exploration within.
Through the gentle practice of Kirtan, led by Deva Isha and accompanying musicians, we can expand our awareness and come into deep states of receptivity and restfulness.
Listen to the beauty of the song arising within, feel its presence and know the lightness of the heart and experience the expansion of the mind. In Kirtan singing meditation love can appear, by letting your awareness completely rest in the mantra and tuning into the stillness that resides within.
We use our voices to open and connect with the space of the heart. This mantra music brings people more fully into their embodied felt senses as the melody and rhythms relax the mind and body.
“Singing Kirtan can be a direct connection to the heart. The energy of the Kirtan becomes much greater and more beautiful when singing together. It still surprises me how powerful it can be. It’s very special and I’m grateful to be able to offer this to the community.”
~ Deva Isha
“When the heart opens and love is actually experienced, this is the most beautiful thing.” ~ Vishrant
Everyone is welcome. You don’t need to be a musician or to know anything about singing.
Just come along to enjoy this beautiful experience, expand your awareness and connect with like–minded people.
Allow yourself to connect within, with the music, with the song @restfulwaters.
OTHER INFORMATION & BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
PRICE & TIMING
Location: 64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
Phone: 0418 229 662
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Isha Graham has been practising meditation for over 10 years and loves to share her time with people. Bestowed with the title of Reverend of the Vishrant Buddhist Society for 10 years of service, she spends a part of every day devoted to spiritual practice. Her warm and caring nature make her a loved member of her community. As well as having been a registered nurse for the last 25 years, Isha also currently runs a small gardening business.
As well as looking after her family and dedicating herself to her practises, Isha loves bushwalking, leading Kirtan, gardening and takes beautiful photographs of people and nature. Isha is very passionate about helping people, supporting her community and nurturing a way of life that supports the way of the Heart for herself and others.