Mahamantra Nama Sankirtan Satsang @ Baulkham Hills

14th February
2-4pm

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Mythrei ji of our satsang organised Mahamantra chanting session on the occassion of house warming of her new home in Baulkham Hills. It was a vibrant two hour chanting session.

Please read  below Mythrei ji’s feedback:

Radhe Radhe,

On Sunday 14th February, fittingly Valentine’s Day, I was so blessed as to be able to hold a satsang at my new home, just 3.5km from Namadwaar. The satsang was attended by Sri Guruji’s devotees and we sung many melodies of Maha mantra.

It was so humbling to have as many families to attend knowing that we are all shared in our love and devotion to Sri Guruji.I am sure the divinity and the power of the Maha mantra permeated through the whole space, through the walls, bricks and the whole building throughout.

It was a very blessed way to begin a new chapter, and by Sri Guruji’s Grace, hopefully one that is completely immersed in service to my most beloved Master.

Radhe radhe,

Mythrei.

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