Mantra Meditation Class – Monday, October 18th

I won’t lick the peanut butter off the cat.

I won’t lick the peanut butter off the cat.

I won’t lick the peanut butter off the cat.


The above is a mantra. Albeit, not a very good one.

 The word “mantra” is derived from two Sanskrit words. The first is “manas” or “mind,” which provides the “man” syllable. The second syllable is drawn from the Sanskrit word “trai” meaning to “protect” or to “free from.” Therefore, the word mantra in its most literal sense means, “to free from the mind.”

A mantra is a powerful tool that helps to free one the distractions of the mind. 

Join the Krishna Club this week as we practice mantra meditation techniques. Free your mind and focus your intelligence as we explore the ancient art of meditation.


When: Monday, October 18, 2010 from 7pm to 8:30pm

Where: Room 321, Student Centre 

Cost: $2 (Vegetarian dinner included)

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In bhakti yoga, the saying often goes, “Chant and be happy.” Yeap. That’s it. We’ve found the key to happiness.

Don’t believe us? Come and try it for yourself. See you Monday night!

-Your friends at the Krishna Club


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