OM Healing is an ancient ritual from India that harnesses the power of the audible OM chant for the purposes of healing on all levels of being (primarily for the benefit of those in the group but there is also an ‘absent healing’ aspect). A technique that utilises this power was made public in 2007, the aim of which is to help the practitioner through the activation of his/her own self-healing capacities. It does not replace medical treatment or therapy nor does it offer any guarantee of beneficial results.
OM Healing currently takes place twice a month on Tuesday or Friday 7pm – 9pm at two separate venues in central London: Rudolf Steiner House in Marylebone and Essex Unitarian Church in Notting Hill Gate (see the table below). The active part of each session is the same at both venues and lasts one hour, consisting of 45 minutes of chant followed without a break by 15 minutes of silent meditation. These sessions are open to all without booking (but first-timers, see below).
|OM HEALING (7pm - 9pm Tuesdays or Fridays for 2023 & 2024)|
|Friday 22nd December @ Essex Unitarian Church|
|Friday 5th January @ Rudolf Steiner House [note change of venue for Friday]|
|Tuesday 16th January @ Rudolf Steiner House|
|Friday 26th January @ Essex Unitarian Church|
|No booking required, newcomers welcome|
First-time attendees: if you have not been to one of these sessions with the Dhyana Centre before, a full briefing is given at 7.15pm before each session and all newcomers must attend this. Please note that punctuality is essential – there is no late admittance. Please arrive between 6.50pm – 7.10pm.
This artist’s impression gives a clear representation of the OM Healing circle and the interactive energy flows involved – although we sit on chairs not the floor!
(With grateful acknowledgement to Bhakti Marga for the graphic).
An interesting article on the power of the OM chant can be viewed here.