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Mantra-Chants from Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany. Sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes in a more meditative mood; sometimes classical, sometimes more modern. Sivananda tradition.

Mantra, Kirtan and Stotra: Sanskrit Chants Sukadev Bretz www.yoga-vidya.de

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Mantra-Chants from Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany. Sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes in a more meditative mood; sometimes classical, sometimes more modern. Sivananda tradition.

    Om Shri Durgayai Namaha with Gauri and Keval

    Om Shri Durgayai Namaha with Gauri and Keval

    Gauri and Keval sing the Mantra Om Shri Durgayai Namaha in a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany.

    "Om Shri Durgayai Namaha" is a Durga Mantra, a mantra for Durga, it is a Dhyana Moksha Mantra and a Diksha Mantra and a Siddhi Mantra. It is a Durga mantra because it is addressed to Durga. Durga is the one who removes all negativities. Durga is also the one who guides you through all the negativities. She is also the one who protects and preserves you through all the shadows. So Durga mantra is an invocation of the Divine Mother as Durga.

    For more kirtan and mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about yoga, meditation and ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.

    • 8 Min.
    Shanti Mantras recitation in vedic style

    Shanti Mantras recitation in vedic style

    Shanti-Mantras recited in the Vedic style by Mohini and Nirmala with a yoga therapy training group on a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany.

    Shanti Mantras come from Vedic texts, mostly from the Upanishads and are Mantras for peace. Shanti means peace. The whole hymn is considered a mantra and each hymn ending with "Shanti" is considered a Shanti Mantra as a whole. The word "mantra" has different meanings. On the one hand it is a short mantra, e.g. for meditation, but every passage from the Vedas is also considered a mantra, as Veda mantra. And so the Shanti Mantras are Veda Mantras.

    For more kirtan and mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about yoga, meditation and ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.

    • 7 Min.
    Dankeschön und Spendenaufruf

    Dankeschön und Spendenaufruf

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    • 4 Min.
    Om Tare Tuttare with Keval and Sarah

    Om Tare Tuttare with Keval and Sarah

    Keval and Sarah chant the mantra Om Tare Tuttare on a Saturday evening satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany. Here is the text to sing along:

    Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha

    Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha is a mantra from Tibetan Buddhism. It is especially directed to the Green Tara, the Tara of compassion. Thus Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha is regarded as a healing mantra, as a protection mantra, as a consolation mantra and also as a mantra to help others better. "Om Tare Tuttare" is an invocation of Tara, especially of Green Tara. The Green Tara embodies the active compassion of all Buddhas and all beings.

    For further kirtan and mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.

    • 5 Min.
    Mahamantra with Devadas and Shanti Devi

    Mahamantra with Devadas and Shanti Devi

    Devadas and Shanti Devi chant the Maha Mantra on a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany. Here is the text to sing along:

    Hare Rāma Hare Rāma
    Rāma Rāma Hare Hare
    Hare Kṛṣṇa Hare Kṛṣṇa
    Kṛṣṇa Kṛṣṇa Hare Hare

    The Maha Mantra is the great mantra to make the divine experienceable. It opens the heart, leads to experience of love and joy. The Maha Mantra is also called Hare Krishna Mantra or Hare Rama Hare Krishna Mantra. In the Vaishnava tradition it is said: The Maha Mantra is the greatest mantra especially in the present age, in Kali Yuga. The Maha Mantra calls God in its aspects as Hari (Vishnu), Rama and Krishna.

    For more kirtan and Mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.

    • 8 Min.
    Sacharachara with Siegfried

    Sacharachara with Siegfried

    Siegfried sings the mantra Sacharachara in a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany. Here is the text to sing along:


    Sacharachara Paripurna Shivoham
    Nityananda Svarupa Shivoham // 1 //

    Anandoham Anandoham
    Anandam Brahmanandam // 2 //

    Sakshi-chaitanya-kuta-sthoham
    Nityanitya-svarupa Shivoham // 3 //

    A beautiful Vedanta Kirtan, expressing the oneness of the individual soul with the Cosmic Soul: Shivoham, I am Shiva, this is the refrain. In this Kirtan no concrete aspect of God is worshipped, but one's own true nature is invoked. It is said that behind everything that appears to be moving, Sachara, there is the immovable, the Achara. The outer world is in all kinds of changes, but behind the outer world is the one infinite non-moving world. It is Pari Purna, so it is full all around. So, the infinity is there. And Shivoham: "I am Shiva. I am this consciousness."

    For more kirtan and mantra vocal recordings click here. Further information about Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda can be found on the internet pages of Yoga Vidya.

    • 6 Min.

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HalloSonne ,

Wunderbar

Herzlichen DANK für die vielen wunderschönen und herzöffnenden Mantren, die ihr hier teilt. Ich höre euch sehr gerne und empfehle euch von Herzen weiter🙏💫

Nannakurzhaar ,

wunderbar

sehr schöne Mantren, oft richtig mitreißend. an manchen Tagen die nicht so dolle sind laufen davon einige Schleife auf meinem iPod ;) Ich freue mich darauf das einmal bald live zu erleben.

music addicted prozessor unit 001001 ,

von einem Newbie

Hi, Leute
Die Podcasts von Yoga-vidya.de sind wirklich super. An dieser Stelle ein herzliches Danke an Sukadev und alle anderen Mitwirkenden. Was mich dann dazu veranlasst hat, diesem Podcast nur 4 Sterne zu geben ist folgendes: Ich, leider des Sanskrits nicht mächtig, vermisse in den Mp3-tags eine Beschreibung , sprich Lyrics, der Mantras und ein Bildchen. Das Bildchen hab ich gern , weil es sich am iPod einfach schön macht und das Navigieren erleichtert,( darf auch gerne immer das gleiche sein..) den Text ( was mir viel viel wichtiger ist) weil ich gerne wissen möchte, was ich da sing und wie das in Worten unterteilt wird. Sollte das wer von Yoga-vidya lesen, bitte diese Inspiration an die Produzenten weitergeben. Ansonsten einfach weiter so & muchas Graçias ..

Uli

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