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Natural Awakenings of the Coastal Carolinas

Gratitude Kirtan at Unity MB

Lee Mirabai Harrington

For many, the holiday season can be a time of loneliness and disconnection. For others, it is a time of great celebration and joy. Whether you are in need of healing, or available to offer solace to others, consider experiencing the transformational power of mantra healing in an intimate, in-depth kirtan with mantrayana practitioner Lee Mirabai Harrington from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on November 21 at Unity Myrtle Beach.

With a combination of sound, vibration, visualization Lee Mirabai Harrington and one’s own unique healing instrument—the voice—one can heal the body and the mind with the practice of chanting and singing. Tibetan and Sanskrit mantras are reported to tonify the body, alleviate depression and anxiety, calm the nervous system and reduce stress. The event will focus on cultivating a state of gratitude, in honor of the holiday season, and of our indigenous brothers and sisters.  

Hailed as “one of the best-kept secrets in the chant world,” Harrington has sung mantras for His Holiness Karmapa at Madison Square Garden, in New York City, and for Amma at Amritapuri ashram, in India. With a musical background in classical Indian vocals, gospel and sound healing, Harrington leads kirtans and mantra workshops at festivals, retreat centers, Unity churches, cultural centers and dharma centers worldwide.  

Cost: $22-$33 suggested donation. Location: 1270 Surfside Industrial Park Dr., Myrtle Beach. For more information, call 843-238-8516 or visit See ad, page 25.