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#‎FREE‬ ‪#‎GIVEAWAY‬ #7 – ‪#bangles! ( ‪#‎KirtanVancouver‬ #yoga #free ‪#‎Vancouver‬)

  Bangles/bracelets/wristlets - so many names for these beautiful jewelry adornments!

I $ave Liquidators have generously donated 12 dozen bangles just for you - you read right, 12 dozen = 144 bangles total!

Best part is that you get to pick and chose which ones are just right for you.

"At I $ave Liquidators, prices are cheaper than wholesale. Here you can get anything from household items, , clothing, fashion jewellery, and more at very, very low prices. Summer sale is on now!"


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Bangles to be picked up at I $ave Liquidators (Surrey, BC)


Visit I $ave Liquidators at:

The Plaza: 8910 Scott Road, Surrey (Next to Sunfarms Grocery Store) -- Phone: 604-594-0552 "Like" their Facebook page:

Season of Giving in June = FREE GIVEAWAY!

563207_550231371677151_1297771762_n Season of Giving in June? Why not! #Kirtan Vancouver has teamed up with our favorite people and will be giving away #FREE items EVERY week on Wednesday until our big event on August 10th 2013!  The giving starts THIS Wednesday, so be ready to receive :)

An Evening at Enchant

IMG_0105_1IMG_0099 For the last two years, Enchant has been taking place every other Saturday at Unity Yoga. What started as a small group of people coming together to experience kirtan, spiritual discussion, and vegetarian food, has now become a gathering place for the spiritually inclined to connect in Vancouver. Guests simultaneously experience calmness from mantra meditation and building energy from the sound vibrations. This week's gathering was no exception. About 40 people ranging in age from babies to grandparents came together to chant and learn. There was a nice blend of regular attendees and those new to the kirtan world. For people unfamiliar with the mantras, sheets with words are provided to allow for maximum participation.

This Saturday, we were lucky enough to have Mahat Tattva das, who has been a monk for the last 17 years, share his insight and lead some kirtan. The discussion was thought-provoking, and the kirtan lively. Enchant is a great place to check out some up and comers in the kirtan world as the melodies are often led by young adults eager to share their music. The night ended off as it always does…with plates full of vegetarian food! It was fun having the chance to meet new people, especially while eating samosas, salads, rice dishes and cookies! Make sure to check them out on meetup at: