Global voices for world peace

Global voices for world peace

Let your voice resonate with thousands of others from around the world in a chant for world peace.

 

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There is a power in our words and our thoughts. It has been scientifically proven that our words affect the environment around us. On January 14, Sri Sri will lead thousands of people from all castes and religions in a chant of “Aum Namah Shivaya” for world peace.

Aum Namah Shivaya” is one of the most ancient Sanskrit mantras. These Sanskrit syllables, when chanted, resonate sound vibrations that balance the five elements in our body, mind and environment.

“Aum” refers to the universal consciousness and is imbibed in cultures across the world. Amin in Islam, Shalom among Jews and Amen in Christianity.

The syllables of Namah Shivaya translate into: Na (Earth), Mah (Water), Shi (Fire), Va (Air), Ya (Space).

Significance:

When repeated several times, these syllables bring:

harmony to the mind, leaving you calm and centered.

Chanting positively affects the individual and collective consciousness, leading to inner peace & societal harmony

Join the 11 minutes Aum Namah Shivaya Chant.

You can participate by logging onto the LIVE webcast and chant with people across the world.

Experience the power of meditation right now  

 

Event Details:

Time: 9:00 am IST Convert to your time

Date: Jan. 14 2011

Venue: Ramleela Maidan, Nerul, Mumbai, India

Duration: 11 minutes

Join In the chant on  LIVE Webcast Page

 

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