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Mantra: Sounds into Silence

 

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MANTRA – Sounds into Silence is a feature-length documentary that charts the history, expansion and effect of the new music and social phenomenon of chanting. It focuses on the everyday people who are finding healing and a sense of inner peace by singing mantras together with others just like them, but it also features the artists and musicians who are the focus of this new music-based movement.

It’s a film about spirituality not religion, it’s about people reconnecting with their true selves and finding meaning in their lives.

As the characters’ stories about their connection to the music unfold, we meet the musicians who have inspired them deeply. Through these encounters, we will discover how Deva Primal & Miten, Krishna Das, Snatam Kaur, Lama Gyurme, Jai Uttal, MC Yogi and others came to this music themselves and to the practice of Kirtan*, and how, over the years, it transformed their lives too.

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Q&A panel
Katie Underwood is a singer, sound healer, remedial massage therapist, reiki practitioner and meditation teacher.  She holds a Diploma in Sound Therapy, Diploma of Remedial Massage, Reiki 1 & 2 and is certified as a meditation teacher with Melbourne Meditation Centre. Katie holds regular sound meditations in Belgrave, Bayswater, Mornington, Williamstown, Balaclava, Northcote and Woodend.

More panellists announced soon

About the event
Through thought-provoking events that inspire action, and using the power of film to illuminate the issues of our time, Suburban Sandcastles is a movement for people seeking to live with their minds opened by wonder, not closed by belief. Join us at Shirley Burke Theatre in Parkdale, Bayside Melbourne for a nourishing meal, fresh juice, wholefood snacks, beer and wine, all available for purchase before the film. Connect with our community and explore what's on offer from our wellness and lifestyle exhibitors. 

 

TICKETS

Date

Tuesday 22 August, 6.45pm

Venue

Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

64 Parkers Rd, Parkdale

Duration

1.5hr

Cost

Earlybird $27 (Ends 18 August|Adult $32 |Child $15 |