Om chanting at the cake shop. Will you sing with us?
What is the OM sound?
Many religions and spiritual traditions coincide in giving to the sound and the use of the word as a powerful instrument of creation or destruction, which can give well-being or discomfort. For example, for Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism consider that the word is a vibration that creates and permeates EVERYTHING that exists:
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1: 1
In the beginning was Brahman, and the Word was with Brahman. And the Word was Brahman. Rigveda Hindu scriptures
For the hidus vedas everything was created from the eternal sound known as AUM (OM). A universal sound that is considered the original sacred syllable of creation that has not ceased to vibrate in the cosmos ever since. And the Bible says in Genesis 1: 3 that when God said “Let there be light” creation began. This means that God had to “speak” for the light to be created. And specifically the word of God, according to some scholars, could be the sacred syllable OM. Scientists now also claim that galaxies are arranged in a regular pattern of clusters formed by primordial sound waves.
What is OM sound for?
OM Chanting, HELPING HUMANITY WITH OM
OM is considered the universal sound of creation, the highest and purest vibration that exists. OM Chanting is a free group practice that uses the transforming power of the OM to activate the self-healing potential of the participants and purifies the environment within a radius of 2 kilometers.
Transform negativity into positive energy
Support your emotional, mental and physical well-being
Cultivate more love, joy and peace for the world
Forgotten in time, this ancient group healing technique was re-established by the spiritual Masters Paramahamsa Vishwananda and Mahavatar Babaji to support the Earth and humanity in this time of need.
When: Every Monday, at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Gisela pastisseria biològica i vegana.
C / Fígols 27-29 low
(M-Les Corts-Plaça del Sol de Baix)
Please confirm attendance: Organizer: Esther (685 510213)
For more information you can send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 696980091.