Jai-Jagdeesh sings “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen at Sat Nam Fest East 2012.
Crown of Eternity’s newest album (released November 11, 2016), When The Music’s On, comes from a space of deep exploration, surrender, healing and love. Check out the new music video for “Wahe Guru Space Choir.”
I am no stranger to cancer; 11 years ago, I faced down breast cancer. But when the Big C comes to visit your child (in my case my eldest son, a young adult), it’s another story. Fear. Denial. Helplessness. There is nothing worse for a mother than knowing that her child is in harm’s way.
Guru Shabad Singh is a legend in the Kundalini Yoga chant world. His extensive discography is full of incredible mantra music created to bring you deep into the sound current and into the blissful state of simran.
Her music is an incredible reflection of her inner radiance. After hearing her newest album, The Guru Within, we wanted to share a little bit with you all about her journey with Kundalini Yoga. May her experience inspire your own, and remind you of the Goddess that you are!
We have fallen head over heels in love with The Guru Within by Sat Purkh. This album feels like a delicate reminder of our origin. Sat Purkh went in deep for this one, and we are basking in the fruits of her authenticity and dedication. We are so honored to share some of Sat Purkh’s insights on this incredible new album with you!
We are LOVING Charpanpal’s beautiful new album Aeons. If you haven’t heard it yet, do yourself a favor and listen to it immediately! Allow yourself to be transported by the soothing sonic soundscape created on this gorgeous album!
I’m chanting So Purkh again for 40 days. It’s something I do every so often as the mother of three sons. Chanting mantras makes me feel powerful when I’m feeling powerless; when I’m feeling that I can’t heal my heart, or solve my sons’ problems, or guarantee that my kids will be safe.
The Pran Bhanda Mantra Meditation uses “Pavan Guru” – a powerful mantra that increases the pranic energy and allows you to change your destiny.
I am married to a classical musician, and I studied piano for more than a decade, so I was familiar with the power of music long before I met up with Kundalini yoga. When I first began practicing yoga, I found that music could uplift or distract my practice. I began with Vinyasa yoga and in many classes we practiced in silence. In some classes teachers played beautiful music with Sanskrit chants and in others, I heard music by popular artists. But a huge musical surprise awaited me with my first Kundalini yoga class!