Kundalini Morning Chants
Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda
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For fans of devotional chant, Kundalini yoga practitioners, meditators—or anyone curious about this elevating music—Kundalini Morning Chants is a beautiful listening experience and a tool to actively engage with these powerful invocations.
The first six mantras on this album are known collectively as the “Aquarian Sadhana.” These mantras were chosen and put into this particular sequence by Yogi Bhajan. Together, they form the cornerstone of Kundalini Yoga practice, and provide the focus for the 62-minute meditation in the quiet hours of the morning just before sunrise.
Each mantra connects with and activates a particular facet of the soul, bringing healing, balance, and deep remembrance of one’s Sat Nam, or true nature.
Many Kundalini Yoga practitioners who are also musicians have created melodic songs out of these mantras, each expressing their own unique experience of the Naad, or divine sound current. We offer our interpretation of the Aquarian Sadhana to be part of your morning practice—or to use whenever you would like to drop into the golden chain of consciousness, to deepen your divine awareness, and expand your peaceful bliss-nature.
The last three songs on the album are some of our favorite mantras from the Kundalini Yoga tradition, each of which is associated with a particular healing and miraculous effect.
Please note that the “Wahe Guru Wahe Jio” mantra on Track 5 is normally 22 minutes long for the morning sadhana practice. We shortened it to 11 minutes to be able to include the extra songs on the album. If you are going to use the album for practice, we recommend you repeat Track 5. It’s important to begin your day by connecting to your own inner beauty and peace. This opens a flow of grace so you can more easily radiate and shine your light out to the world. But we invite you to listen and sing along anytime. These mantras are beneficial at all hours of the day!
Videos from this album -Ang Sung Wahe Guru: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bWnTFLqDVk&ab_channel=AnandaYogiji
Released February 16, 2016
Ananda Yogiji: Lead vocals, rhythm guitar, bansuri flute, lead instrumental guitars, harmonium
Jaya Lakshmi: Lead vocals, guitars, harmonium, synthesizers
Ankush Vimawala: Tabla
Richard Cole: Bass
Will Marsh: Sitar on “Ang Sung Wahe Guru”
Jeremy Wegner: Sarod on “Wah Yantee,” sitar on “Mul Mantra” Cello
David Bylsma: Cello
Eli Truthheart: Drums on “Ang Sung Wahe Guru”
Recorded and produced by Ananda Yogiji and Jaya Lakshmi Mixed and mastered by Ananda Yogiji with loving support from Jaya Lakshmi and Brad Senstock (Akal Dub)
Translations, comments, and quotes for the mantras are from the Spirit Voyage website: spiritvoyage.com
Infinite thanks to our families, friends, and spiritual teachers who have given us so much love and support along the way, and to Yogi Bhajan for bringing these great teachings to us. A very special thanks to Sounds True and the fabulous team who have helped us make this beautiful album.
May all beings awaken to their true blissful nature and live in divine love! Sat Nam
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