The Open Door of Freedom A benefit evening for the Gangaji Foundation Prison Program Music by Amitabhan Poetry and Satsang with Lisa Schumacher
Friday August 17, 7:30pm $20 at the door. All proceeds will go the Gangaji Foundation Prison Program
Venue Headwaters 84 4th Street Ashland Door opens at at 7pm
The Gangaji Foundation Prison Program serves to support men and women living behind bars in discovering the depth of true freedom that is already alive inside each of us. Together, prisoners, volunteers and donors have made this program flourish since it began in 1994. Freedom Inside course In 2017, The Gangaji Foundation launched a new course by mail for prisoners called Freedom Inside: A Course in Self-Inquiry. Right now the course serves 264 prisoners in 134 prisons across the US. Each month participants receive an issue of the course through the mail. Books, Audios & Videos by Request The Foundation also responds to every request they receive for books, audio and video. These are provided free of charge to prisoners through the generosity of donors to the program. Correspondence Program The correspondence program matches prisoners and volunteers in letter writing, giving everyone the opportunity to connect and share their spiritual insights and deepen in the discovery of the true self. To read letters from prisoners and to find out more about the Prison Program: https://gangaji.org/Community/PrisonProgram/
Amitabhan Ami (Amitabhan) shares his music at concerts, events, and retreats around the US and into Canada. He especially loves sharing songs/chants that open the heart and point back to the peace that lives within.