Posted on October 17, 2017
by The Science of Identity Foundation

Science of Identity Foundation Publishes "Sacred Sounds Kirtan Night", a Musical Meditative Journey

NEW YORK, October 17, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Science of Identity Foundation has released Sacred Sounds Kirtan Night as a streaming video available for free viewing on YouTube. The program begins with a simple and soothing guided meditation. Science has proven that meditation has a calming effect on the mind, the viewers can enjoy the beautiful kirtan filled with the heartfelt singing of sacred sounds set to a background of enchanting music.

Kirtan is an ancient yoga meditation technique based on the hearing and repeating of sacred mantras. It is accessible to everyone and can be practiced along with any style of music.   

With the regular participation in Kirtan, one will begin to experience a deeper sense of inner peace and ever-increasing insights to help illuminate their path in life. Some people experience an extreme sense of joy while repeating the chants, and others report feeling a sense of freedom from time. Regularly practicing Kirtan can also aid relaxation, reduce stress, and help to awaken and cultivate a person's inner wisdom and spiritual love.

Sacred Sounds Kirtan Night combines a variety of instruments with soothing chants to create a soft, mellow, acoustic experience. The vocalists take turns chanting various mantras, including "Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare." As one watches the performance, they can repeat the chants along with the audience.

This video aims to give an uplifting experience for people of all ages and backgrounds. It sets the mind free as one experiences the joy and peace of meditation and Kirtan. Viewers can immerse themselves in the chanting and lively musical accompaniments. It's both a concert and a group meditation practice at the same time.

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