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The Rise of Downtempo CD by the duo Dub Sutra debut with a continuous journey of chillout, Sanskrit mantras and electronic beats for yoga music, meditation and dance music.
The Rise of Downtempo combines dub and downtempo music for yoga, meditation and dance featuring worldwide influences of breakbeats, dub reggae, Eastern mantras and harmonious chanting.
Pure Sounds CD by the Gyuto Monks of Tibet offers pure meditative Tibetan Buddhist Chants for yoga and meditation. The Gyuto Monks of Tibet are masters of a deep harmonic overtone chanting. The sound has been compared to the resonance of a drum or digeridoo and is believed to have a transformative effect -- removing impurities and clearing the path to enlightenment.
Kirtronica by Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda offers mantras and yoga music in English, Sanskrit and Gurumukhi.
Kirtan, India's gift of ecstatic chant to the world, has the power to sweep us into the heart of divine love and surrender like no other music on the planet. What happens when it merges with the dance-oriented grooves of the electronica scene's most talented artists? The answer is Kitronica, a genre-defining excursion into the next evolution of spiritually-charged voice and rhythm.
On Kirtronica celebrated vocalist Jaya Lakshmi channels sacred energy into somatic, ecstatic rhythms that compel us to move and flow with the loving, bio-luminescent pulse of the great cosmic dance.
Ultimate Om by Jonathan Goldman and Laaraji offers the Sanskrit Mantra OM in a continuous, fluid wave of sonic vibration.
Now, sound healing pioneer and chant master Jonathan Goldman has created this extraordinary healing soundscape for you. This recording of hundred of voices chanting Om is like the original sacred sound source of the universe—the sound that manifested all. It is the sound of cosmos—the resonance of the Divine.
Crystal Bowls Chakra Chants CD by Jonathan Goldman is excellent New Age music and soundscapes for healing music and meditation music with singing bowls.
Sound Healing pioneer Jonathan Goldman's chants create soothing soundscapes for deep relaxation and chakra healing. It features Goldman’s extraordinary chakra chanting, as well as Crystal Tones’ gorgeous sounds of over 20 different harmonically tuned Quartz Crystal Bowls. The vocal chants and bowls calms and relax, attuning listeners to powerful energies of transformation.
Mantras for Life CD by Deva Premal and Miten with Manose offers Nepalese flute, Sanskrit mantras and yoga music for everyday meditation practice. “I wake every morning feeling like I’m living in a miracle – where spirituality, creativity, work, and love have all come to mean the same thing. My life has been shaped by mantras; I have become their servant.” - Deva Premalrn
After touring non-stop for almost 15 years and with over 300,000 CDs sold worldwide, Deva Premal & Miten are living proof that mantras are as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago. Singing mantras has been a passion for Deva Premal since growing up in a German home permeated with Eastern spirituality.
Sky of the Heart features original songs, stellar musicians and your favorite voices in Kirtan!rnrnWith more English lyrics than his previous releases, and just as much musical diversity, the theme of this new album is that whatever spiritual, cultural or musical tradition we follow, we all come from the same source, we're all connected, we're all one. Girish has played tablas with such artists as Krishna Das, Wah!, Snatam Kaur, Rasa, Thomas Barquee, and Donna De Lory and is a long-time devotee of the path of yoga and chanting. I first discovered the yoga of chanting at Sadhana Ashram, a Hindu monastery in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Meditation and chanting were the beginning and the end of every day of my five years there, as they still are today. I have no idea how chanting does what it does but, then, experience needs no explanation. We all recognize that feeling, that familiarity, that knowing. I'll never forget the first time I shared a Kirtan with Krishna Das, and the way his voice carried with it the palpable presence of Divine love. Shankaracharya Swami, my teacher in Tennessee, said it this way: 'Chanting begins as a practice, a way to open the heart and focus on the Divine. When the fruit of this practice comes, chanting is experienced as the bliss of the One reveling within itself.' For the past several years I've been blessed to play alongside many of the chant wallah's sharing the yoga of devotion with the world. Traveling with them among the radiant communities of Yogis and Yoginis like bees in a garden, I came to see how amazing the role we've been give truly is. Flying from one beautiful flower to the next, sipping nectar, leaving a little pollen - the humble chant artist holds citizenship in a worldwide community with increasingly permeable borders.