Spiritual sound of healing Naidoo as well as Bhakti Marga SA invites the community to join them in this spiritual experience at the Shunyata Sanctuary, 3 Woottoon Road, Botha’s Hill, at 8am. Free and open to all.  For more information contact:  Meshr

 Photo: supplied An OM chanting group in KwaZulu-Natal. 
Photo: supplied An OM chanting group in KwaZulu-Natal. 

OM chanting is an ancient group healing technique­ that has been brought back by the Guru­ of Sri Swami Vishwananda – Mahavatar Babaji, to help restore balance and unity in people and the world.

Speaking to the Fever Sue Naidoo of the organisation­ said that sound and vibration are the essence of creation.

“OM is the primordial sound that creates and pervades the entire universe. It belongs to all humanity, regardless of nationality, ethnicity or religion. Collectively, OM chanting significantly benefits Mother Earth and heals the surrounding environments where the group circles take place. On a personal level OM chanting balances our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels,” she said.

“Sound healing is one of the most powerful and simplest methods of healing. OM chanting is the original healing technique used by the Ancient­ Rishis (Sages) and has been brought back from the Himalayas into the world to help restore balance in oneself, humanity and the planet. Om chanting supports our health, our meditation practice and balances us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Emotions are released and inner peace, happiness and love arise. It also uplifts the environment, creates harmony and unity in man and nature.”

Naidoo added that the cosmic vibration of OM aligns all the vibrations within oneself which are in disharmony.

“By continuously chanting ‘OM’ within a specifically­ arranged group of people, the healing power is enhanced and amplified.
“Entering into this vibration, we facilitate the releasing of emotions, thoughts and negative energy thereby bringing about healing,” Naidoo said.

“The world needs people who are willing to contribute to a change. It is time to realise the potential within and to share it with the whole world.”
Naidoo and Bhakti Marga SA invites the community to join them in this spiritual experience at the Shunyata Sanctuary, 3 Wooten Road, Botha’s Hill, at 8am.
For more information contact Meshree on 083 395 8800 or Krishnaon 072 522 2249.

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