SHIVA KIRTAN – Har Har Mahadev! Invite Mahadev’s presence and power into your being, and channel that power to destroy the darkness and ignorance that exists in the world.
In this Do This Today video, Nayaswami Dharmadas shares two secrets of chanting: 1. You don’t have to be a musician to do it! You don’t even have to open your mouth or be able to hold a tune! Singing to God is just letting the spiritual vibrations of a chant percolate through your inward consciousness to create deep attunement … Read More
“Whenever anyone utters with reverence the name of Babaji, that devotee attracts an instant spiritual blessing.” O’Thou King of the Infinite. O’Thou King of the Infinite. I behold Thee in Samadhi. I behold Thee in Samadhi. In Joy, and in more Joy, in Thy light of mellow Joy. In Joy, and in more Joy, in Thy light of mellow Joy. … Read More
Chanting is half the battle. Chant with Narayani & Shurjo from Ananda Mumbai. Who is in my Temple All the doors do open themselves All the lights do light themselves Darkness like the dark bird, flies away o flies away.
A beautiful Indian chant : Narayan Narayan Aum Satyanarayan Narayan Narayan Aum Yogananda Narayan Aum satya Narayan Narayan Aum Aum Jai Satguru deva
Words and music by Mukti LaMar and Swami Kriyananda, arranged by David Miller for 4 cellos. Performed by David Eby. Copyright Hansa Trust.
Words and music by Rabindranath Tagore, adapted for English by Paramhansa Yogananda performed by singers from Ananda Sangha Pune (before lockdown). :) Lyrics Thou art my life, Thou art my love, Thou art the sweetness which I do seek. Thou art my life, Thou art my love, Thou art the sweetness which I do seek. In the thought by my … Read More
From Swami Kriyananda’s Oratorio “Christ Lives”, performed in the Temple of Light at Ananda Village by the Ananda Village Choir. Lyrics Then three wise men came from afar, Guided by the heavenly star. Christ, the light of God, had descended, That, receiving him, all might be saved. Thus, the promise of God was maintained; Thus, all true souls were called … Read More