Mantras for Self Healing: A Kirtan with Lee Mirabai Harrington and friends

March 21, 2020 | 7:30 pm

Come experience the transformational power of mantra-healing in this intimate, in-depth kirtan with vocalist and mantrayana practitioner Lee Mirabai Harrington. Lee offers a unique form of Buddhist mantra kirtan, combining the metta and wisdom energies of Buddhist mantras with the heart-opening euphoria of the devotional Bhakti tradition and the profound purification healing of Sowa Rigpa (Tibetan medicine). We use a combination of sound, vibration, visualization, and our own unique healing instrument—our voices—to heal the body and the mind. Not just your average kirtan; the practice of chanting (and singing!) Tibetan Buddhist and Sowa Ripga mantras can tonify the body, alleviate depression and anxiety, calm the nervous system, restore health, increase cognitive function and provide protection against future disease and illness. This profound healing extends not only to ourselves, but to all beings. For Lee, leading kirtan is not a performance, but rather a truly spiritual, devotional and healing experience where all participants can engage, share, and expand. Lee believes that each of us has the power and ability to heal the self—and countless others—through our own unique voices and through these practices.

Lee Mirabai Harrington is a vocalist, author, healer, and teacher who has been a student of Eastern wisdom traditions for decades. She has sung mantras for His Holiness Karmapa at Madison Square Garden and at Amritapuri for Amma. Known for her heart-opening voice and warm, compassionate teaching style, Lee offers a blend of music, mantra, medicine, meditation and dharma to teach everyone how to bring more healing into the world. A published author (Random House), she leads kirtans and mantra workshops at festivals, retreat centers, churches, cultural centers and dharma centers worldwide. Her first album, BEYOND THE BEYOND, was released to critical acclaim in 2016.

Time 7:30-9:00 PM
Price: $20 advance purchase/$25 at door