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Posted : Wed 22 Mar 2017
Press Release - Healing Concert NJ 2012

His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of Mysore will be performing at a Meditation and Healing Concert on December 1, Saturday, at 6.30 p.m., at the Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ.
The Concert is preceded by a Press Conference at 5.30 p.m, at the venue.
To celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year Concert celebrations of His Holiness Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji of Mysore, a New Jersey based non-profit, Yoga Sangeeta, is organizing “Yoga Tunes Raga Sagara,” music for meditation and healing concert on December 1, Saturday, at 6.30 p.m., at the Edward Nash Theatre in Raritan Valley Community College, in Branchburg, NJ.
Currently on a month-long tour in California, Texas, and New Jersey, to celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year, Sri Swamiji will participate in public programs, and perform at healing concerts for the benefit of hundreds of thousands of people in U.S. On December 2, at 4 p.m., a day after the concert in NJ, Sri Swamiji will be in New York, for “Divya Nama Sankeertana,” a bhajans program at the Ganesha Temple in Flushing. On December 3, starting at 9 a.m., Sri Swamiji will be giving a three-batch music healing sessions at the South Brunswick Family YMCA in Monmouth Junction in NJ.
Sri Swamiji has been performing Healing and Meditation concerts all over the world for 25 years now. Notably, Sri Swamiji performed along with globally renowned violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam in a packed concert at the famous Lincoln Center in 2008 in New York City. Other prominent venues include the Esplanade Concert Hall in Singapore, and the Royal Albert Hall in London. His concerts are always a treat for everyone.
“The power of vibrations connects, in some manner, all things and all beings in the universe on all places of existence. Nada vibrations work through the chord of sympathy existing between man and his surroundings. The human body has about 72,000 astral nerves (nadis) which continuously vibrate in a specific rhythmic pattern. Disturbance in their rhythmic pattern is the root cause of disease. The musical notes restore their normal rhythmic pattern, thereby bringing about good health. Listen with your heart and not with intellect," states Sri Swamiji about the healing music.
Sri Swamiji conveys his important message through music. He sings self-composed bhajans in Sanskrit, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and English and plays ayurvedic healing ragas on an electronic synthesizer, accompanied by musicians on classical Indian instruments. His music is devotional and used for spiritual energy transmission. Devotees around the world have received immense benefit through his concerts from physical healing to spiritual guidance.
All program details, along with registration and ticket details have been published to www.yogasangeeta.org. To know more about Sri Swamiji’s activities visit www.dattapeetham.com
There will be a press conference on December 1 at 5.30 p.m., at the Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ. Please RSVP at jtvishnu@gmail.com or m_chavva@yahoo.com by November 27.
Press Contacts:
T. Vishnu Jayaraman
(201) 615 3388
jtvishnu@gmail.com
Meghnath Chavva
(609) 721 4272
m_chavva@yahoo.com

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