EVENTS – Meditation and Chanting, 4th Saturday of each month

Meditation and Chanting


now offered online / virtual via ZOOM!


Release stress and discover deep inner peace with Meditation, then stay to uplift your spirits with Chanting


Offered on the 4th Saturday of each month


Meditation at 4:00 pm Central Time

Chanting at 5:00 pm Central Time

By donation

In Meditation, we will enjoy:

  • An easy stress release exercise

  • A guided meditation

  • A silent meditation

After meditation, stay for a chanting experience.

It will uplift and inspire you for your weekend!


Our meditations and chants are chosen with a special focus:


April 23, 2022:


Meditation provides us with a pause, an opening in our lives.

On Saturday, April 23, in honor of Mother’s Day, we will be connecting with the Divine Mother goddesses in each chakra, welcoming and inviting each to express their divine and loving qualities fully in our lives.  


From our visualization, we then will flow into a soul nourishing silent meditation.



In Chanting, we will lift our vibrations with a beautiful compilation of chants to the Divine Mother.




For those of you who would like to know the specific chants we’ll be doing, scroll down this page where they are listed for you.

  1. Jai Ma, by Wah! on Hidden in the Name
  2. Mother (Ma), by GuruGanesh Singh, on Kundalini Meditation Music
  3. Jai Ma, by Carrie Grossman, on Soma-Bandhu: Friend of the Moon
  4. Hey Ma (eat. Rajani Rock)), by Salt Spring Center of Yoga, on 41st ACYR Kirtan Album
  5. Holy Ma, by Shantala, on Sri




Both Meditation and Chanting are FREE! (Donations accepted)


Studies show that meditation and chanting have positive effects on your emotions, brain and body – calming emotions, increasing the ability to process information and even softening physical pain. The National Institute of Health (NIH) tells us that meditation may physically change the brain and body, potentially improving many health problems with lasting effects beyond the time you spend in meditation.
Regular meditation practice can create new neural pathways for peaceful thoughts and calmer emotions.
Mantras are the mind vibration in relationship to the Cosmos. The science of mantra is based on the knowledge that sound is a form of energy, having structure, power and a definite predictable effect on the human psyche…Mantra takes the vibratory effect of each of your molecules into the Infinity of the Cosmos.  ~Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan


Beginners welcome – no experience in meditation or chanting needed



Never chanted before? Give it a try! We will be chanting to a cd. The words – and pronunciations – will be shown via Zoom Screen Share. It’s easy!


Why do we chant?

The gateways to the soul are opened with prayer, voice, sound, and repetition. The repetition of a vocal sound modifies and is remarkably healing to the breath, the body and the mind. Brainwaves begin to balance after only three or four minutes, and the muscle and skin temperature increases.  Chanting is a simple way to reduce stress and anxiety.
Sacred chants bring about transformations in your awareness. Chanting opens you to the unfoldment of your potential into the field of possibilities, making it possible for you to fulfill any desire you have. You will have created a new reality.  


How do we chant?

We will do both ‘sing along’ and ‘call and response’ chanting.


‘Call and response’ chanting means that first the “caller” sings the verse and then the audience repeats it. It’s easy! If you’re a visual person, we’ll have handouts with the words, definitions and explanations on them.
The above information on chanting is adapted from liner notes to Om Namaha Shivaya, by Robert Gass


What do we chant?

For anyone who wants to preview, practice or purchase the chants, our playlist will be:

  1. Jai Ma, by Wah!, on Hidden in the Name (track 7)
  2. Mother (Ma), by GuruGanesh Singh, on Kundalini Meditation Music (track 3)
  3. Jai Ma, by Robin Renee, on Live Devotion (track 1)
  4. Jai Ma, by Carrie Grossman, on Soma-Bandhu: Friend of the Moon (track 3)
  5. Hey Ma (feat. Rajani Rock), by Salt Spring Centre of Yoga, on 41st Acyr Kirtan Album (track 4)
  6. Holy Ma, by Shantala, on Sri (track 1)




Meditation testimonials

Liked the breathing (alternate) nostril prior (to meditation). Visualized I was sitting in a golden sphere from my heart and floating. ~ Melody Metzger
I love EVERYTHING about meditation and I love everything about coming here and attending these wonderful satsangs. ~ Jack Donelley-Nykiel
I felt centered and peaceful… I enjoyed the guided meditation & the crystal stone.  I enjoy the variety each month.  ~ PJ

Chanting testimonials

Felt it through my entire body. Liked that we were giving peace to ourselves, others and the world. ~ Melody Metzger
Oneness – Love! Thank you!!! Aaahhh – I love this so much. ~ PJ
I love everything about the chanting! I always look forward to these gatherings! ~ Jack Donehey-Nykiel
Is the most lovely heart-centered time. Beautiful way to connect with Spirit and one another. ~ PJ

Meditation and Chanting