Chaplain James Reho has an article published in the current issue of Psychology Tomorrow entitled "Kirtan: Chanting the Names of God." This piece explores spiritual, sociological, and scientific aspects of kirtan chanting, a form of mantric call-and-response chant used as a meditation practice by a growing population in the USA today. This work comes partly from Chaplain Reho's successful work in liturgical renewal using kirtan at Trinity Cathedral, Miami. To read the article click here.
This is Chaplain Reho's second article in Psychology Tomorrow. His first is "Ten Days on a Cushion: Deep Meditation and the Search for Psychic Wholeness," published in an earlier volume of Psychology Tomorrow. That article can be read here.