Facebook Event Page | Location: Central Hotel Dublin, McClelland Room, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2. | Thursday, June 9th, 8pm
Kevin James, Kim Kindersley and Friends return from Bali for another magical night at Buddha bag. An evening of singing, chanting, and heartfelt connection. The chanting of mantras expands your awareness beyond the thinking mind, enabling you to have a direct connection to your divine presence.
Kevin James’ Heart Songs, are designed for this purpose. The mantras are universal and weave in the English translations or are in English or other languages, yet remain very simple so that anyone can catch on even if it is their first time chanting.
Kevin believes it’s all about holding space and being an empty vessel for the heart of every one to unite or unify.
“Within every song there is room for freedom, where the different choruses can overlap and it’s my intention to lead the group to a point where there is no leader anymore. A space where everyone is guided by their own heart, where we are all singing as one voice. This leaves the participants feeling empowered and part of a unified whole, it gives us all a direct experience of the reality of who we are beyond our thinking mind.”
Please note this event is in a different location (see above). Doors open at 7:45pm. Event starts at 8:00pm. Book now as this will be a big one! Email us at email@example.com
More about Kevin
Kevin is an independent musician who at the age of 21 was introduced to the teachings of the east. He tells us: “I walked away from the beginning of a music career, feeling there was something more I needed to share with music, but not knowing what it was, just knowing within myself that I wasn’t ready. My heart lead me towards exploring the world. I ended up disconnecting from mainstream culture for ten years. […] The way of the heart has led me to do this work of re-connection through sitting in circle and chanting universal heart mantras. I am facilitating mantras of devotion and prayer, with a universal approach that is applicable to the growing movement of people who are interested in what we all have in common, rather that our differences. Who wish to celebrate our unity, regardless of our beliefs.”