Hosted by Anandra George, internationally respected mantra teacher, musician and founder of the Heart of Sound.
Host and founder of the Heart of Sound and the Mantras for Peace collective service project, Anandra is the main interviewer.
A Kuṇḍalinī Yoga teacher for almost 40 years, he explains how mantra is the point of connection to the Divine and a practice to radiate peace to the world.
Lakota elder and water rights activist shares how speaking peace connects us to life, and how listening to the earth is critical medicine now.
Founder of Sattva Yoga speaks speaks on the quantum unified field, the power of the ancient Sanskrit sounds and how mantra can be a form of subtle activism.
Sanskritist and Advaita Vedanta teacher shares in exquisite detail, one of the most important peace mantras of the Hindu tradition.
Catholic priest reframes core Christian teachings from the lens of non-dual Vedanta, and inspires us to embody Love in everyday life as our highest prayer.
Filmmaker of MANTRA, the movie, speaks on the global phenomenon of kīrtan, what hooked her, and what the next evolution of mantra might be.
Spiritual leader and founder of Shanti Mission shares practical wisdom on subtle body transformation and the karmic benefits of service.
Muisca elder of Columbia speaks on eloquence, the plant medicine of the coca leaf, and the importance of sacred words arising from the heart.
Director of the Divine Shakti Foundation, IYF, and co-director of Parmarth Niketan in Rishikesh speaks on the grace of the Ganges and her work, waging peace, as a female monk in India.
The dynamic wife & husband duo (creators of Radiant Body Yoga & Recovery 2.0, respectively) speak about the importance of mantra in overcoming negative patterns and what it brings to their daily lives.
International teacher, singer, and sacred earth activist speaks on the yogic formula of creating peace from within, and the sound technology of peace through vibration.
Chief Scientist for India's National Institute of Mental Health elaborates on his research into the effects of chanting on the brain.
Bridging Ayurveda and Jyotish into the modern life, she speaks about the connection of mantra to the elements and tissues in the body.
Indian national lecturer and humble soul speaks on the power of mantra to create a tangible atmosphere of peace.
Yoga teacher and social justice activist speaks on our collective power to change the world we're participating in, through courageous action.
Kīrtan leader, Aleah, shares her experience with leading people into the transformational power of sound.
Mayan Elder shares heartwarming ancient wisdom about sound as our living connection to the Divine Mother.
While you wait for the gathering to begin, add YOUR voice to the "peace channel!" and chant along with a group of Anandra's students in the video below:
May all the beings in all the worlds be happy!
Thanks to the efforts of our all-volunteer team, the Mantras for Peace project has inspired thousands to engage in a daily peace chanting practice.
The project has been featured in print, radio, and web media too numerous to mention, in several languages and on several continents.
However, we feel we're just getting started! If you have a contact for us, please let us know. Thank you!
Hear how the project was inspired in one of the early interviews with David Nichol, author of Subtle Activism, and enjoy a short guided meditation on the sound of peace, below:HEAR THE BACKSTORY