After a brief break, I am delighted to share we are back in our original space offering Kirtan in Glasthule again on the last Sunday of every month, 6:15-8pm. These gatherings offer a space to re-connect, release and recharge our body and soul through the deeply potent stye of Kirtan devotional singing.
Felicity Ananda will gently guide us through some simple mantras, meditations and chants from around our globe, whilst accompanying us on guitar and harmonium. We are also accompanied each month by guest percussionists.
As we dive deeper into the vibration of each chant, the space opens, where we are invited to co-create beautifully nourishing connections with ourselves and each other, through the communal energy of our combined voices, our breath and our hearts.
Kirtan is a style of chanting inspired from the ancient tradition of India. It is non-denominational. It is the universal language of Spirit, the song of our Soul. No singing or meditation experience is necessary, just a deisre to enjoy the soft whispers of our hearts, as we weave the magnificent tapestry of devotional sound together.
Felicity Ananda is a fully qualified and registered Yoga and Meditation teacher, Homeopath, Usui ® Reiki Practitioner and secondary school teacher. For over 15 years she has been offering Yoga and Meditation in schools and in communities around the world.
These pathways have greatly inspired her to integrate and align her heart’s passions to the deeply nurturing and ancient practice of chanting and Kirtan. She offers a space to connect with and unleash the potent healing vibrations of our voices, evoking our inner life force, the Guru residing within all of us.
In the spirit of love and gratitude, Felicity Ananda offers an uplifting, healing space with sacred music, chants and mantras to deepen our connection to our heart, our voice and to the Divine. In her Kirtan’s, Felicity Ananda gently guides us through some simple call and response mantras, meditations and ancient chants from around our globe, whilst accompanying us on guitar, shruti and sometimes on harmonium. As we dive deeper into the rhythm of each chant, beautifully nourishing connections with ourselves and each other can be co-created, through the healing vibration of the voice, the breath and all the beating heart.
Felicity Ananda offers her voice as medicine to unleash transformative healing vibrations residing within us, evoking our inner life force, the Guru residing within all of us, the song of our Soul. She welcomes everyone, regardless of their singing or meditation experience, to join together to celebrate their voice and offer their intentions out into our world. She holds monthly Kirtans and singing circles in Glasthule & Dalkey, south Co.Dublin.