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Pravachan # 63 in the lecture series Bhagavat Gita Gnana Yagna
Pravachan # 62 in the lecture series Bhagavat Gita Gnana Yagna
Pravachan # 61 in the lecture series Bhagavat Gita Gnana Yagna
Pravachan # 60 in the lecture series Bhagavat Gita Gnana Yagna
Pravachan # 59 in the lecture series Bhagavat Gita Gnana Yagna
This recording is from a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Bernardo chants Om Tryambakam. Enjoy this deeply touching chant and sing along! For more information about Yoga Vidya click here. Join our great Yoga Community by clicking here! Here you can find everything about Yoga Vidya Teachers Training Courses or workshops.
For this week's All Things Considered Roy Jenkins joined a gathering of people who were ready for a good meal. It was early evening, and many of them hadn't eaten since well before sunrise. In the Dar Ul-Isra mosque in the Cathays area of Cardiff, preparations are well under way to welcome those who will be breaking their Ramadan fast as soon as darkness falls. But this is not an occasion only for faithful Muslims. In this most sacred month of their calendar, the people of this mosque, as in many others, also open their doors to their neighbours of all faiths and none, and invite them to join them in this meal. Tonight's guests have the opportunity not only to feast, but also to take a guided tour, and to ask questions. Sharing Ramadan, as this event is called, is a partnership between the mosque and the charity Bridges for Communities, which aims to connect people from different cultures and faiths in the hope of building friendships and challenging stereotypes.
The song "I am I am" - sung and musically accompanied by the group "Inner Flow" by Uli - can not be found in the Yoga Vidya Kirtan Songbook. But it's easy to sing along and join in. Enjoy this recording from a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany.