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Best Kitzie Stern podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Kitzie Stern podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Kirtan, one of the oldest sacred music traditions of the world, helps the mind to become quiet and open to the experience of peace. We bring you a new 60-minute satsang session each week, featuring music by talented new western kirtan artists.
 
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Over Easter weekend last April, Dave Stringer came to Corvallis to play a kirtan for our community — it was such a sweet experience for everyone involved, and the following month he was headed to China. Dave has been to China several times to play kirtan, and over Easter weekend we talked a lot about China & the Yoga & kirtan scene there. I found i…
 
This podcast is very special to me. I had the pleasure of interviewing Miten back in September the day before Deva Premal, Manose and the gang were about to leave on tour. The interview was to be about the music on his new CD ‘Devotee’, and it turned into a conversation about healing journeys after bodily trauma, and how his healing journey after t…
 
This repeat podcast is from January 2017, and it’s one of the most downloaded ever in our 11-year history. The intro tells the story of how an MRI found an unexpected tumor in my spine and my mental process of dealing with the fear & preparing for the spinal surgery. There are lots of healing chants in the set, I hope you find them useful. It’s als…
 
Most of you know we have a kirtan & meditation circle that meets here every Friday night, and when we don’t have a live group playing for us I put together a set of chants from CDs for the satsang. This edition of the podcast is one of those sets in its entirety — it was one I did several weeks ago & several satsang members commented on how much th…
 
Reading the news these days can be so discouraging. Probably like you, I feel the need to be informed, but the energy of the news is toxic and fear-inducing. What can we do to stay centered & positive? The Mahamantra chants in this edition of the New World Kirtan Podcast will help you to do that. According to Sanskrit scriptures, we’re currently li…
 
Five years ago Dave Stringer was one of the first kirtan artists to visit Corvallis, and last month over Easter weekend he came back to town for an incredible weekend of kirtan. His band had a stellar lineup of musicians & they were mostly from Oregon — Johanna Beekman was featured on harmonium & vocals with Kavita Kat McMillan on response vocals, …
 
We have a strong kirtan scene here in Corvallis, and it’s been so gratifying to watch it grow. We’re a small town & there’s not a lot of live kirtan, so on the weeks we don’t have live music I put together a set for our Friday satsang. Over the years we’ve become fond of a lot of different chants, and this edition of the New World Kirtan Podcast fe…
 
As I sit in my basement studio & look outside with today’s forecast calling for freezing rain, the title of this podcast seems appropriate. ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ is a melancholy & evocative 19th century Christmas carol, and the title just seemed to fit the dark & cold of late January. This is also a time we can use to do deep work, and that brin…
 
In his edition of the New World Kirtan Podcast, we feature live cuts from a few of the artists who played at the Midwest Yoga & Kirtan Fest. What an incredible time we had together! I hope you can get a sense of the Spirit & the Love that was present — it was so, so sweet. Thank you, dear Gary Brachman, August Ristow & your team for that marvelous …
 
Thanks to our elected leaders we’ve had one hell of a few weeks here in the United States. The Supreme Court fight was a watershed moment for a lot of people, women and men — triggering for many women and brutal for everyone. Last Friday I really just wanted to chant a LOT to get rid of all that negative energy — seriously, by the end of the week I…
 
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