HU is a sound behind all sounds. Chanting HU can open your heart, helping you to find peace, expand your awareness, and gain a higher perspective on daily problems. A great way to learn about the HU is to try it out and experience it for yourself.
Hear the sound of thousands of people chanting HU:
For more about the HU, you can visit http://www.HearHU.org
“Singing HU has been practiced for thousands of years in one form or another for inner attunement. In the same way a musician can use a tuning fork to find the right pitch, the person singing HU tunes in to a higher spiritual awareness.”
−Harold Klemp, HU, The Most Beautiful Prayer
HU Chants: The Sound of Soul
HU Chant: The Sound of Soul
Tuesday, August 2, 7:00 – 8:00 pm. On Zoom
Would you like to look deeper into the source of life? Do you want to find your own answers to everyday questions? Chanting HU is a simple technique to open the door to answers waiting within you. You are invited to learn more about the HU at this online HU Chant where you can try it out for yourself.
You will be welcome to chant out loud or simply listen, whatever is right for you. The chants last about 20 minutes, followed by brief contemplative time and conversation with others of like heart.
To receive the Zoom link, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or join the event on Meetup here.
HU Chant: The Sound of Soul
Tuesday, August 16, 7:00 – 8:00 pm. On Zoom
All are warmly invited to experience this online HU Chant. During challenging times, chanting HU can be a tool that can help us to find balance and navigate our lives in a positive way. HU is an ancient, sacred name for God that has been used throughout the ages to open lines of communication to the most sacred part of ourselves. HU acts as a tuning fork, aligning Soul with higher states of love, creativity, healing, and awareness.
At this HU Chant, you can see how you might use the HU to find your own inner guidance. You will be welcome to chant out loud or simply listen, whatever is right for you. The chants last about 20 minutes, followed by brief contemplative time and conversation with others of like heart.
Vermont Eckankar Center, 95 College St, Burlington
(Under normal circumstance before Covid concerns,
HU Chants were held the 2nd Wednesday & 3rd Sunday of each month
at the Eckankar Center. Check back here for information about when they will resume. )
An Invitation to Sing HU
You are invited to try this simple spiritual exercise. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence of God.
To do the exercise, first get comfortable. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Next, gently put your attention on your inner visual screen, where daydreams and images come to you.
With your eyes closed, sing HU (pronounced like the word hue) as a song of love. You may notice a feeling of peace, warmth, and comfort. You may also recognize the presence of the Divine through greater spiritual insights into your daily life. There are many ways to experience the love of God.
When you sing HU and sit in quiet contemplation, you might also perceive the inner Light and Sound. The Light may appear as brightness or colors on your inner visual screen. The Sound may be musical or the sounds of nature, such as the wind or the ocean. However you experience the presence of God, it is bringing you a broader understanding of the life you lead.