A feature-length documentary, exploring the new music and social phenomenon of chanting, that focuses on the everyday people who are finding healing and a sense of inner peace by singing ...
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A feature-length documentary, exploring the new music and social phenomenon of chanting, that focuses on the everyday people who are finding healing and a sense of inner peace by singing mantras together with others just like them; it also features the artists who are the focus of this new music-based movement. It's a film about spirituality, not religion, it's about people reconnecting with their true selves and with others.
In a world so full of distractions and noise, this film is a beautiful refuge for the mind, soul and the heart.
When most people think of yoga they think of twisting and stretching, and as a Vinyasa Yoga teacher, I help new students understand that yoga is much much more than that.
This film depicts the Bhakti branch of the 8 limbs of yoga in such a visually captivating way that it "reminds" us all how much value devotional sound can add to our lives. When the movie was over the entire auditorium was standing on their feet clapping with joy.
It is a must see indeed!
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