Kirtan and Divine Stories Workshop with Gaura Vani
Gaura Vani, one of our greatest inspirations in Kirtan and Bhakti Yoga is joining us on Sadhana Now to offer a special Bhakti Workshop on Kirtan and Divine Stories.
Bhakti is like a highly vibrational 'disease', that is passed on by those who already have it. In this way, be moved and deeply inspired by Gaura Vani, who takes you to places of upliftment and inner joy within moments. There are different practices of Bhakti Yoga. The practice of Kirtanam, which is so dear to the Sadhana Now Community, will be in this workshops focus. Sravanam, listening to divine stories, is another practice that helps us cultivate devotion and love. Discover this practice through one of the most vibrant devotees we have met in our journey.
'When listening to divine stories of Gaura Vani, I feel like a little child, sticking to his lips, completely immersed in the storyline and as if I am living alongside Krishna and all the Gopis in Vrindavan.' Jagadambika
We cannot recommend this workshop enough. If you are interested in Bhakti Yoga, this workshop is for you! Please see his bio below!
The seed of bhakti – even if drying up from years of neglect – will flourish again in the association of those who really cherish the fortune of seva, Hari-Katha and Hari-Kirtan. – Radhanath Swami
Gaura Vani was given the gift of devotional song from birth, raised with the music of the temple, taught to sing and play beautiful instruments, and dance for love and for God. He shares, “I am one of a group of children called gurukulis or those raised in the village of the guru. Even as children, we were aware that though it felt like we were partying when we played music, we were in the physical presence of God himself, who danced with us.” Gaura Vani travels the world sharing the mystical experience of kirtan and leading devotional music retreats. Gaura Vani is a multi-disciplinary artist – fluent in music, film and visual arts. He is most known for his Mantra Music performances. Gaura Vani’s events are unifying and transporting – a mix of participatory rhythm and song, story and dance. He has traveled in Africa, the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia performing both as a solo artist and with his sacred music ensembles “The Hanumen” and “Juggernauts”. Gaura Vani is also a co-founder of Chant4Change a mantra-music festival that takes place in Washington, DC on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. He lives in suburban DC with his wife, 3 kids and a ferret.
DATE: April 4th 2021
Classes will be at the following times: CDMX (CST) 13:00 NYC (EDT) 14:00 CEST 20:00
Workshop will be 2 hours long via ZOOM https://zoom.us/ *If you cannot connect live to the session, the recording to the workshop of the class will be sent to you.
CANCELLATION POLICIES - For the course to happen, at least 15 people must register, otherwise the course will be canceled and the money will be returned. - Once the course has been paid, there will be no refund.