"It is better to perform one's own duties imperfectly then to master the duties of another. By fulfilling the obligation he is born with, a person never comes to grief." (Bhagavad gita) My commitment to yoga, music, mantra and creativity, through all of life's ups and downs, gives me the strength and courage to live in service to my inherent gifts. More and more, I realize that I flourish most when those around me flourish. My duty is to uplift, inspire and empower others through these ancient ways of music, vibration, yoga, authenticity and love. Grateful to all of you who have supported and lifted me up, and have allowed me to support and lift you. Through this giving and receiving, the world changes.
A Conversation with Kirtan Artist Luna Ray - Motherhood, humanitarian work, and bhakti yoga
One of kirtan's brightest lights, yoga teacher and musician Luna Ray, recently visited the Himalayan Institute for Karina Ayn Mirsky's "Five-Day Summer Sangha Retreat: An Immersion." During her stay, I had the pleasure of attending a gentle restorative class where I and other students were serenaded by Luna's soulful voice. Her creative rendition of the Beatles’ classic, “Let It Be,” still resonates in my mind... Read More →
Posted: April 24, 2014
Yoga Journal / June 2012 One Shared Heart | Kristin Luna Ray by Katherine Rae Rising Star Filled with a devotion at once fresh and electrifying. One Shared Heart places the singer and song-writer Kristin “Luna” Ray solidly in the ranks of chant music’s [... Read More → ]