Venice Library Hosts Community HU Song
Jan 31, 2015 11:06PM
Life can sometimes be overwhelming. Fear, anger, loss, loneliness and pain can close one’s heart to the joy of living. Harold Klemp, the Spiritual Leader of Eckankar, offers a simple exercise that can lift one out of darkness into a state of light and spiritual freedom.
For example, in Spiritual Wisdom on Conquering Fear, Klemp suggests, “In contemplation, visualize the golden Light of God coming into your heart center, coming in so quietly and gently that you may not realize It’s there. Imagine your heart center reacting like the pupil of an eye, opening gently to allow more Light to come in.
“You are also welcome to sing HU (pronounced like the word hue). It is a love song to God and can be sung by anyone of any faith. Singing HU as a non-directed prayer can instantly open your heart to divine love even as you sing. Truth will come to you, and fear will flee.”
To experience HU for yourself, attend a Community HU Song on February 14 at 11 a.m. People of any background or belief are invited to sing or chant HU for 20 minutes, or to quietly listen. Following a 5-minute silent contemplation, there will be refreshments and conversation.
This Community HU Song is presented as a service to people of all beliefs by local members of Eckankar, Religion of the Light and Sound of God.
Location: Venice Library, 300 Nokomis Ave. S., Venice. For more information, call 941-358-0325. To hear the sound of HU, visitHearHU.org.