KIRTAN TIME – Maha-Shivaratri
Celebrating Maha-Shivaratri with Kirtan with MM yoga community. Kirtan is an important tool of Bhakti Yoga, it helps to purify the emotions!
Bhakti Yoga is the supreme form of yoga, which needs complete submission. Bhakti yoga heals at emotional and mental body which means it is very beneficial for managing day to day to stresses of life.
Kirtan is a devotional practice that helps to uplift the mind, open the heart and bring inner peace. It is the fastest, easiest and most joyful way to achieve peace of mind. The mantras are mystical universal sounds that resonate with your chakras and remove negative energies.
Mystique Moksha is organising its first kirtan on the occasion of MAHA-SHIVARATRI on 18th of Feb at the North Turramurra Studio.
Maha-shivaratri, “The Great Night of Shiva” is a night of special spiritual significance. There are various reasons people celebrate Shiva-ratri in a grand way:
- As a Shiva’s wedding anniversary with Mata Parvati.
- As the day Shiva conquered all his enemies.
- For the ascetics, it is the day he became one with Mount Kailash. He became like a mountain – STILL. In the yogic tradition, Shiva is not worshipped as a God, but considered as the Adi Guru, the first Guru from whom the science of Yoga originated. After many millennia in meditation, one day he became STILL. That day is Maha-shivaratri. All movement in him stopped and he became utterly still, so ascetics see Maha-shivaratri as the night of stillness.
Bring along a friend, the session includes:
The session will include:
- Followed by light dinner:)
Location: Mystique Moksha Yoga Studio, 245 Bobbin Head Road, North Turramurra