EVENTS – LONDON | Wider Horizons Singing Circle
with Sivani Mata, Moshe, Scott, Kim and Benji
Tuesday 25 February 2020 | 19:00 – 22:30
at 25 Elkstone Road, Westbourne Park, London, W10 5NT
You are warmly invited to come and sing in sacred space as an offering of gratitude for this incredible life we're all in together and to send out healing intentions.
Please bring a blanket or cushion. You are welcome to share songs if you’d like to and to bring musical instruments.
Sivani Mata is an artist who is blessed to be a student of Bhakti (the yoga of love and devotion), and began sharing Kirtan in her local community in 2009 anchored in the teachings of Truth, Simplicity and Love. She organised the UK's first ever Bhakti Music Festival (in August 2011) and the Be Love: Bhakti Immersions which brought devotional musical practices from various traditions together as one, in the spirit of universal love and devotion. In addition to Kirtan, she shares responsive yoga practice for women, including yoga nidra. She is also inspired by ancient Goddess traditions from around the world, and is currently writing a book on this theme.
Ben Ben Ji was taught by Osho Sannyasins in India to sing bhajans and Osho songs and play guitar as a child. He has travelled the world learning sacred songs from India, South America and the Rainbow Gatherings. Ben Ji is the producer of Wider Horizons Transformational Gatherings.
Using music and meditation as a means of personal development, Moshe has played many concerts and held workshops across Europe. He is a songwriter, author and guitarist and has experience of a range of personal development trainings, transformational processes and healing modalities.
Scott Murden has spent many years has recently returned from a 2 month immersion in the Amazon with the Huni Kuin, and carries their songs, both new and old, which he will be sharing with us.
Kim Kindersley has been holding chanting in circles in Byron Bay and last 8 years holding temple space in Bali where he learnt to build flower mandala altars.
Investment: £7 concessions/ £11 waged. Please pay when you arrive. All proceeds will be used to subsidise the Wider Horizons Summer Gathering, Solstice (June 19-21st), at Wasing Woods near Reading, to enable young adults on low income to attend.
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