Enter Into Your Heart Space Through Devotional Chanting
Bring chanting into your daily spiritual practice to calm your mind, relax your body — and awaken to your essence of unconditional love.
Devotional chanting, practiced in a wide range of wisdom traditions, has been used for centuries as a way to train people to find a deeper presence in their own hearts.
Chanting helps you stay focused... using the mantra as the object of awareness.
It coaches you to exercise your letting-go muscle — and develop the fortitude to release negative thoughts and emotions, the stories you believe about yourself, and anything else that takes you away... as each moment comes and goes.
What you think of yourself, your life, your work, your community, and our world can change — not by altering external circumstances you can’t control, but by transforming your thought patterns.
And when you do that, big and small challenges become less painful because you’re not as emotionally invested in them.
Even during this unexpected, massive global crisis, you CAN find your inner peace — with the help of a spiritual practice.
IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL DISCOVER:
- Powerful guided practices, including chanting, awareness of breath, repetition of the name with breath (japa), the Loving-Kindness (metta) meditation, and many heart-opening chants
- How to release your thoughts — and let go of the stories you believe about yourself and your life
- Respite from your overactive mind and anxiety around the global pandemic — and a much-needed reset
- How cultivating your spiritual practice can help you move through times of crisis
- Practices to help you let go of negative emotions, calm your monkey mind, and release yourself from everything else that takes you away from where you are right now
- How families, teachers, and cultures affect the way you think about yourself — and keep you caught in a worldview that doesn’t include Real Love and Real Happiness
- The power of getting accustomed to just being here, sitting with yourself
- Krishna Das’ experience in India that saved him — and showed him it was OK for him to be alive, and that maybe everything was going to be OK
- His Guru’s teachings on how to find God by serving others
- The 4 Immeasurable Qualities: Equanimity, Loving-Kindness, Compassion, and Sympathetic Joy
- How your spiritual practices can empower you to return again to the space within yourself where true love and joy live