with Krishna Das
The Saturday May 23 evening program begins at 7:30 PM and is open to the public for $40 when reserved in advance through the Ashram Reservation Center.
This event is $45 at the door after ARC closes at 5 pm on Fri May 22. Sign up for Krishna Das Saturday, May 23rd Satsang.
Immerse yourself in the sacred sounds of Sanskrit chanting. Join renowned musician Krishna Das in an experiential weekend filled with joyful kirtan (chanting of sacred sounds) yoga and devotion. Let your participation in chanting these holy mantras elevate your mind, relax your body and open your heart.
A master kirtanist, Krishna Das will guide you in these ancient chants, making the practice fun and easy. Through his personable manner, he will lift any hesitation or fear beginners might feel and entice everyone to dive into lively, responsive chanting.
He will also take a little time to share insights he has gained on the spiritual path and tell stories of his own ashram experiences in India. Make this Memorial Day Weekend one you will never forget! There will also be special group chanting of the Hanuman Chalisa. For more information visit www.krishnadas.com.
Krishna Das is a Western musician who has created a wave throughout the American Yoga scene with his rousing, soulful kirtans. He has led kirtan on a regular basis in Yoga centers all over the world, has taught with Ram Dass and sung for many saints and Yogis in the US and India.
By simply chanting from the heart and making kirtan fun, Krishna Das has ignited a new enthusiasm for chanting these ancient sacred mantras. His music was recognized by the American Recording Academy when his album ‘Live Ananda’ was nominated for 2012 Best New Age Album and he performed kirtan at the pre-telecast Grammy ceremonies in February 2013.
In 1970, he made his first trip to India and became a devotee of Neem Karoli Baba. Since then, Krishna Das has made numerous pilgrimages throughout India, meeting teachers and saints of many spiritual traditions on his quest to open and purify his heart. He has studied Buddhist meditation and has been initiated into Tibetan Buddhist practices by lamas from various lineages.