By practicing these chants, you can experience not only the calmness of peace, but its more dynamic aspects and an expansion of consciousness that can lift you into a higher state of being.
Yogananda said that the West has not had saints of the magnitude that India has had, and he attributed that in large part to the yogic techniques of India. Many Western saints have had great devotion, but without techniques, they could not focus that devotion as effectively as Indian saints could.
It is unlikely that God withheld those techniques from the West; rather, it was Indian culture’s intense interest in inner science that led to the discovery of those techniques. Plus, India has long honored the guru/disciple tradition.
In consequence, the techniques and teachings of India have been handed down through the generations, through millennia. In the West, there has been such inner, scientific focus and continuity only in relatively short-lived, isolated pockets of humanity, not widespread and enduring as in India.
Divine Mother Chants
The chants on this recording will help you deeply feel the feminine, nurturing, and loving aspect of the Divine.
According to ancient yoga teachings, happiness in its highest form is pure Bliss. The chants on this recording will help you feel this more deeply.
Tap into the positive aspects of Power: the ability to strengthen and direct our will, creative energy, and inner resources toward the Divine, and to use this Power for your spiritual growth.
Raga Omar Khayyam
This music is inspired by The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Persia’s classic poem of divine love, featuring sitar and tabla variations.
Wave of the Sea
Featuring chants written by Paramhansa Yogananda, Swami Kriyananda, and chants from ancient India.
AUM: Mantra of Eternity
Features continuous vocal chanting of “Aum”—the cosmic vibratory sound that emanates from the heart of creation—accompanied by tamboura.
The soothing sounds of the sitar and tabla, the mystical instruments of Indian music, weave together, taking you on an inward journey to greater vitality.
The soothing sounds of the sitar and tabla, the mystical instruments of Indian music, weave together, taking you on an inward journey to deep healing.
Listen to this hauntingly beautiful music and feel an ancient stirring in your heart-to be released from earthly limitations, free to embrace infinity itself.
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