Join Ramdesh for an exploration of The Triple Mantra, one of Kundalini yoga’s most powerful and oft-recited mantras.
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Music became very important to Sirgun in her adolescence, particularly when she had a hard time in middle school. She had a piano in her bedroom and she began writing songs.
Adi Shakti is a mantra that connects you with your inner power and the divine feminine energy of the universe. If you’re tired, overwhelmed, burned out, or if you just want to give yourself an uplifting injection of Shakti power, tune in to this podcast. Ramdesh walks us through every step of this energizing chant to the goddess.
From the Ancient Storm was recorded on 2” reel to reel tape, the way they used to do it “back in the day.” She adds, “I just love that warm, round, sound. It’s just so full and there’s a different energy.”
Our mantra sharing was so rewarding that we decided to tackle another subject next: addictive behaviors and negative self-talk. We chose to practice cross-heart Kirtan Kriya together, selecting a beautiful version of Sa Ta Na Ma by Mirabai Ceiba. Again we Skyped our first session, and then went off on our own, checking in along the way.
This podcast focuses on the Mul Mantra, which is the cornerstone of the Sikh faith and an essential mantra for Kundalini yoga practitioners to learn. This mantra is called a fate-killer.
This album is specifically to help the survivors of the earthquake in Nepal. It’s amazing to see how many musicians rush to help.
Aap Sahaaee Hoaa is a wonderful mantra for prosperity, balance and protection. In this podcast Ramdesh walks us through the steps to learn it, and, as always, provides some beautiful sacred chant music by various artists.
Ramdesh devotes this podcast to one of Kundalini yoga’s most beloved and often chanted mantras, “Aad Guray Nameh, Jugaad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guroo Dayvay Nameh.”
I was so taken with Karena’s gentle, encouraging style that I popped her DVD Abundance & Miracles into my computer the very next day.