An evening of blissful call-and-response
chanting
from the Buddhist tradition
with Lee Mirabai Harrington

Rob Meyson (tabla) and Roger Mock (guitar)

Chanting mantras is an effective way to “tame” the mind and connect us with Divine Consciousness and healing energies. In call-and-response kirtan, we’ll sing the mantras together, generating a profound group energy which helps remove obstacles, purify negative tendencies, and promote a state of peace, well-being, compassion, acceptance and healing. No singing experience necessary; all ages welcome.

Lee (Mirabai) Harrington

With a musical background in classical Indian vocals, gospel, and sound healing, Lee (Mirabai) Harrington leads deeply healing kirtans, combining the wisdom energies of Buddhist mantras with the heart-opening euphoria of the devotional Bhakti tradition and the healing power of Tibetan Medical Mantra. She has sung mantras at Madison Square Garden and leads kirtans and workshops at festivals, retreat centers and dharma centers worldwide.

For Lee, leading kirtan is not a performance, but rather a sacred, communal offering in which we join our voices and hearts in deepest, devotional prayer. Our voices are instruments of healing; Lee believes we all have the capacity to heal ourselves—and others—through the practice of kirtan and mantra. Lee’s practice of Tibetan medical mantras also adds a level of profound healing for those who attend her kirtans and workshops.

Her critically-acclaimed debut album BEYOND THE BEYOND (Spirit Voyage: 2016) reached the top ten on iTunes international world music charts and was featured on multiple “best of” conscious music lists. She is currently working on a new album of Buddhist mantra music with producer Ben Leinbach.

She is based in Woodstock, NY, where she offers kirtan, leads meditation workshops, writes books, teaches creative writing and sings in choirs. She has been a Buddhist practitioner in the Karma Kagyu lineage for decades and is also a long time member of Unity Church.

LeeHarringtonMantraMusic.com

Sunday, November 11, 6:00 pm
OneSong Service