Kirtan is singing. It’s singing from a place so deep inside that our inner intellect is awakened, our inner peace is effortlessly present, and our inner joy is beyond containment.
Kirtan is singing. It is singing in such a way that erases our self-doubt, erases our ignorance, our arrogance, our anger, our hatred, our rage, and our attachments.
Kirtan is singing. It is singing that heals, that transforms, that lets us know that we don’t need to search outside ourselves for Divinity, for oneness. It lets us know that we are it; that everything we perceive is a form of God, and if we follow this knowing, we cannot be lead away from happiness.