Amazing Aykanna duo Sukhdev and Akahdahmah, “a husband and wife transformational team” joins Ramdesh today. Their new album is called Light in the Darkness: Meditations for Transformation, a collection of mantras specifically for meditation practice. “You’re going to love every drop of juiciness that comes out of this conversation!” Ramdesh predicts. It’s all about living the practice!
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Singer/writer Lee Mirabai Harrington joins Ramdesh today to talk about her brand new debut album Beyond the Beyond: A Mantra Music Experience. Ramdesh loves introducing a new musician with fresh music who is launching onto the kirtan scene so it’s her honor on this podcast to welcome this very special “best kept secret.” You’ll hear about Buddhist Mantra, Hindu Mantra and Gurmukhi mantra on this unique show.
Yes, it’s true! Extraordinary sacred chant artist Snatam Kaur joins Ramdesh on this podcast to discuss her remarkable new book, Original Light the Morning Practice of Kundalini Yoga and share information about the practice of Aquarian Sadhana. Listen in: You’ll learn a lot!
Tune into this podcast to “connect to your undying spirit” with the Akal mantras. These mantras feature the powerful sound frequency Akal, which refers to the “nature of your soul that is never born and never dies,” says Ramdesh, “You are timeless and eternal.” Akal also connects you to the undying energy and spirit of the Infinite.
Join Ramdesh and Gurujas of the awesome band White Sun. The group, which includes members Gurujas, Harijiwan, and Adam Berry, as well as guest artists, has just come out with a second album and –no surprise here—it’s phenomenal!
For the very first time, Ramdesh welcomes Sat Avtar Kaur to the show. Sat Avtar has a debut album out called The Voice of an Angel and Ramdesh is always excited to share “New music, and new avenues of enjoyment.”
Welcome to Part Two of The Body Temple: Guided Meditations for Radical Self-Love! Ramdesh shares that all of us have occasional feelings of self-disapproval, but for some people this is a constant struggle. It’s important to know where you stand on the spectrum in order to properly address this issue. She encourages us to ask, “How do I feel inside of my body, and do I love myself?”
Tune in for this very special podcast: Ramdesh shares selections from her new album, The Body Temple: Guided Meditations for Radical Self-Love. This is part of a larger production; later this year her new book, The Body Temple; Kundalini Yoga for Body Acceptance, Eating Disorders and Radical Self-Love, will be published. Exciting news for Ramdesh—and for us! Listen and fall radically in love with yourself!
Yogi Bhajan said, “A relaxed mind is a creative mind.” So finding a way to relax and give yourself the opportunity to create is essential.
Join Ramdesh and her special guest, Kehar Kaur, director of International Women’s Camp and all-round behind-the-scenes “goddess for 3HO,” involved in organizing Summer Solstice Sadhana, a “pretty epic Kundalini yoga extravaganza!”