Hanging in the Heart Space – Free Online Satsang July 30 REPLAY

We always look forward to another Hanging in the Heart Space online satsang with all of you. These events are FREE for all to join. Krishna Das will tell stories and respond to a few questions, but mostly the evening is devoted to chanting together.

For those of you who cannot join the live event  a recording is always available immediately after for you to watch at your convenience.

You can watch the livestream and the recording right here on our website. Head over at the time of the livestream (7pm New York time) to join us live or anytime after to watch the recording. The link is below.

Our Thursday Online Satsangs have been such heartfelt gatherings of community! Here’s what some friends have to say about them:

“Thanks beyond measure for sharing your practice with us. I always seem to need this most by the time Thursday night rolls around.🙏💕🕉Ram RamJai Hanuman”

“I am loving 🥰 the satsang! Fills my heart with love!!!”

“I love this satsang each Thursday it brings me back to Love every week thank you so much 😊”

We will send a reminder via our e-newsletter. Sign up HERE is you don’t already get it! All dates are also listed in our events section. Mark your calendars!

The Thursday Online Kirtan/Satsang will continue to be free and available to all. However, Krishna Das supports himself, and his team, by touring and offering kirtan. The need to cancel all events during this time has significantly, and without preparation, impacted us. We know many of you are struggling with this as well, but if you feel moved to make a contribution to help support KD and his team during this time, you can do so via PayPal or by checks made out to: Pilgrim Heart Inc. Please email Nina@KrishnaDas.com for the address.

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One Comment

  • Thais says:

    A delight to find you online; thank you for your seva. As I chant with you I sometimes flip back over 50 years ago and see you in my mind’s eye on that round stage of the Masonic Auditorium on top of Nob Hill in San Francisco. We were 20-somethings then but, by the grace of God, you look really well today and are still singing to God. Jai guru.

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