“Chanting is the highest nectar, a tonic that fully nourishes our inner being. If we want to experience love, the greatest means is chanting God’s name.”
— Swami Muktananda
Join us for Chanting & Meditation. A light dinner will be available for purchase in the Amrit following the program.
At a certain point, ordinary words can no longer take us where we want to go. Through chanting, we use music and sacred mantras to enter into a dialogue with the divine.
Chanting is a natural way to tune in to the frequency of love. Chanting combines singing and music with mantras—words and sounds that vibrate at the highest level of awareness. The vibrations emanating from repeating the names of God or chanting sacred Sanskrit texts have a tangible effect on our own inner being. The sweetness of chanting stills the mind, dissolves worries, and opens the heart. The saints describe chanting as a way of becoming saturated with God's love.
Chanting gives us direct access to the spiritual world. It balances our subtle energy system, allowing for deeper meditation. Chanting forms an integral part of the practice schedule at Siddha Yoga retreats, centers, and ashrams.