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This week, on a very special Worst Show on the Web, we welcome Jeremy Frindel. Jeremy is the director of “One Track Heart”, a soon-to-be-released documentary that chronicles the journey of Grammy nominee Krishna Das - from rock star hopeful to world renowned kirtan wallah - with detours through drug abuse and depression. Join us as we discuss Krishna Das, his life, his music, and his rise to mainstream fame. Bringing you the absolute worst in covering something that is actually wonderful and web talk radio… guaranteed!
Sharing his heart through music and chanting is the basis of Krishna Das’ own spiritual work;his way of serving the Divine within himself and others.
Over the years Krishna Das has made numerous pilgrimages throughout India, meeting teachers and saints of many spiritual traditions on his quest to open and purify his heart. Living in jungles, in ashrams, and in holy places throughout India, he has had an opportunity to absorb the ancient truths that have been held by the Indian culture for thousands of years. He has studied Buddhist meditation practices with Anagarika Munindra and S.N. Goenka, and has been initiated into Tibetan Buddhist practices by lamas from various lineages.
Krishna Das has been chanting on a regular basis in yoga centers all over the world. He has taught with Ram Dass and sung for many saints and yogis here and in India.
Join Jewelz and Nagi as they offer a learning experience to help you listen to,understand and imagine your soul. Sharing his heart through music and chanting is the basis of Krishna Das' own spiritual work;his way of serving the Divine within himself and others.
In the winter of 1968, Krishna Das met Ram Dass, who had just returned from his first trip to India. After living and traveling with Ram Dass in the U.S., and hearing Ram Dass' many stories about Maharaj-ji, Krishna Das traveled to India, where he was blessed to meet and stay with this extraordinary guru.
While living in India for almost three years, Krishna Das' heart was especially drawn to the practice of Bhakti Yoga—the yoga of devotion. Fanning the flames of his inner longing, Maharaj-ji led him deeper and deeper into the practice of kirtan—chanting the Names of God. As an appointed pujari (priest) for the Durga temple in Maharaj-ji's ashram in the foothills of the Himalayas, Krishna Das immersed himself in the worship of the Divine Goddess.
Krishna Das spent as much time as possible with Maharaj-ji over the years in India, opening himself to the flow of Grace and purifying his heart. Early in 1973, he was asked by Maharaj-ji to return to America.
Phil Goldberg: Philip Goldberg has been studying India’s spiritual traditions for more than forty years, as both practitioner and author. The latest of his many books, American Veda: From Emerson and the Beatles to Yoga and Meditation, How Indian Spirituality Changed the West, was named one of the top ten religion books of the year by both Huffington Post and the American Library Association. A public speaker, Interfaith Minister and spiritual counselor, he has lectured and led workshops throughout the country and has appeared in national media. He blogs regularly on Huffington Post and Elephant Journal. His websites are www.AmericanVeda.com and www.PhilipGoldberg.com.
Krishna Das: Layering traditional Hindu kirtan with instantly accessible melodies and modern instrumentation, Krishna Das has been called yoga's "rock star." With a remarkably soulful voice that touches the deepest chord in even the most casual listener, Krishna Das – known to friends, family, and fans as simply KD – has taken the call-and-response chanting out of yoga centers and into concert halls, becoming a worldwide icon and the best-selling chant artist of all time, with over 300,000 records sold. His first studio recording in a decade, "HEART AS WIDE AS THE WORLD" invests KD's magnetic chanting with an electrifying rock 'n' roll sensibility informed by a lifetime of experience and musical love.
Join us for an interview with Iskcon's GBC of China, Tirtharaj Das. With over 30 years of experience preaching internationally, he will be discussing the endeavor of spreading Krishna Consciousness in China.
Join Andrew Aloha “Live” with Braja Bihari das in “Mantra Meditation”
SuNite, 21 December 2014
From 7 – 8:30pm AZT
A Spiritual Image Production’s Event
In Mantra Meditation there are a number of sacred mantras and spiritual sound vibrations describing and glorifying the Supreme Spirit/God who has unlimited names, forms qualities and pastimes. Real religion means placing one’s mind, heart, and entire being upon the Supreme Spirit/God, not once a week, but 24 hours a day, every day. This can be accomplished by the constant hearing and repeating of God’s Holy Names. You can say or sing these mantras individually or in groups, with or without instruments, sitting, standing, lying down. There are no hard and fast rules……for more on this story go to http://www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Andrew_Aloha_Live.html
For more on Braja Bihari das go to http://www.bhaktiyogameditation.com
Intro music, “This Change Is Going to Do Me Good”, by David Young @ http://www.davidyoungmusic.com
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WEEKLY WORLD TRANSMISSION MEDITATION GROUP, WedNites, 7 – 9 pm (AZT)
90 Day Ascension Journey @ http://www.90dayascensionjourney.com
Porque há esperança para a árvore que, se for cortada, ainda se renovará, e não cessarão os seus renovos.
Se envelhecer na terra a sua raiz, e o seu tronco morrer no pó,
Ao cheiro das águas brotará, e dará ramos como uma planta. Jó 14:7-9
Segunda feira, 22 de Dezembro, 23h Portugal (19h Brasília)
For there is hope of a tree, if it is cut down, that is renewed, and will not cease its branches.
If old in the earth its root, and the stock thereof die in the ground;
The scent of water it will bud, and give boughs like a plant. Job 14: 7-9
Monday, December 22nd, 6pm EST \ 5pm CST \ 4pm MST \ 3pm PST - USA
Tonight Ram Das Batchelder is with us discussing his book, Rising in Love: My Wild and Crazy Ride to Here and Now, with Amma, the Hugging Saint. Many of us consider Amma the living embodiment of Goddess walking Mother Earth and tonight we'll explore this woman loved by so many across the globe. Ram will touch on Amma's teachings, his relationship with her and how her work impacts people on the planet.
In the second half of the show, Jeffrey Albaugh is with us discussing the upcoming Pagan Conference in Southern California coming up soon!
Srimad Bhagavatam 2.5.25
This is a recording of Malati Devi Dasi giving Bhagavatam class this morning at the Iskcon Philadelphia Temple. She discusses the 10 offenses to the chanting of the holy name, the power of chanting and then reads the first letter Prabhupada wrote from America.
We will discuss how livin beings fell into material nature and their wanderings up and down the three worlds until they meet a pure devotee like Srila Prabhupada.
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