• Jan 28, 2022 from 2:30pm to 3:00pm
  • Location: Online
  • Latest Activity: Dec 22, 2021

Every Friday, explore the pure, joyful, direct experience of mysticism rooted in practice, song, body prayer and mantra. Please email Jilani in advance to receive the Zoom link. jilanicordelia (at) gmail.com.

These are the practices which have brought comfort, grounding and even bliss over the millennia to humans just like us, aware of our limited physical nature and our fragility, but also aware of our infinite nature, and the awe-inspiring, loving vastness of all-that-is, in which we live and move and have our being. I encourage you to join this journey, the path of the heart, of spiritual freedom, leading to more vibrant life and awakening, and dedicated to the alleviation of suffering. Seek out opportunities to explore and encounter the bliss and ecstasy of deep connection and mystical experience.

Every Friday Jilani will be online, sharing chants, body prayers and breath practices from different traditions.

2.30PM London, 6.30am San Francisco, 10.30pm Singapore. Can’t find your location?  Check your local start time here: https://everytimezone.com/s/07d88216  (Don't mind the date.)
Deep Adaptation Advocate Jilani Cordelia Prescott is a Musician, Mother and Mystic; a Leader and Mentor of the Dances of Universal Peace; a Guide and Companion on the path of Universal Sufism, or spiritual freedom. DA Founder Jem Bendell will join Jilani at these sessions.

I do recommend that, if you enjoy Songs of One Breath, you keep the zoom link in your calendar - it will be the same link each Friday. You might also wish to sign up to my email mailing list to receive reminders, and to hear about other offerings. https://jilanidancing

This is freely offered, and all are welcome. If you would like to donate to support Jilani in her work, you can do so via Paypal - http://paypal.me/theheartcentre (leave the ‘Goods and Services’ button unchecked to avoid a charge being levied)

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