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Mantra, Kirtan and Stotra: Sanskrit Chants For Spiritual Development and Joy of Heart

Mantra-Chants from Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany. Sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes in a more meditative mood; sometimes classical, sometimes more modern. Sivananda tradition. Mantras, Kirtan, Recitations of Shlokas, Stotras, Suktams.


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Birgit and Janine are singing the Avahana Mantra Om Gam Ganapataye. You can find the lyrics to the mantra here:

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha
Om Sharavanabhavaya Namaha
Om Aim Sarasvatyai Namaha
Om Gum Gurubhyo Namaha
Om Namo Bhagavate Shivanandaya
Om Namo Bhagavate Vishnu-devanandaya
Om Adishaktyai Namaha

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A four-week yoga teacher training group sing the Sivananda kirtan Serve Love Give Purify Meditate Realize during a Saturday evening satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg and immediately afterwards the mantra Shiva Shiva Shambho.

You can find the lyrics of these both kirtans to sing along in the Yoga Vidya kirtanbooklet at number 53 and at number 261.

There are many english seminars every year in the four ashrams of Yoga Vidya. You can find them all by clicking here. Live Recording from Yoga Vidya Germany. For more english yoga videos, music, blog posts, etc., please visit our english pages at my.yoga-vidya.org. Information on Yoga Vidya Teachers Training Course, seminars or workshops.





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Satyadevi and Birgit sing the Spiritual Evening Rise in a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg, Germany - a song that you can find in the Yoga Vidya Kirtan Songbook under the number 558. The song to sing along is:

Evening rise, spirit come
sun goes down when
the day is done.

Mother Earth awakens me
with the heartbeat
of the sea.

Satyadevi gives many seminars at Yoga Vidya. You can find more about yoga, ayurveda and meditation on the Yoga Vidya website at www.yoga-vidya.org.

For more english yoga videos, music, blog posts, etc., please visit our english pages at my.yoga-vidya.org. Information on Yoga Vidya Teachers Training Course, seminars or workshops.





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In this podcast you can listen a recording of Sacharachara with Sundaram and his musician friends recorded at the Yoga Vidya Music Festival 2017 at Yoga Vidya Bad Meinberg, Germany. Sundaram's music seeks to bridge the gap between Indian and European music, between Vedic and Occidental traditions. The effect of the mantras is so easily and immediately experienced. Further concert, seminar and workshop dates with Sundaram can be found at sundaram.de.

You will find further explanations of this mantra in the Yoga Vidya Kirtan Songbook under the number 400. Enjoy this fantastic, energetic and inspiring version of the Sacharachara Kirtan with Sundaram and his musician friends. Thanks also to the fabulous musicians who contributed to this piece. These are:

Max Clouth
Assen Haydutov
Marvin Dillmann
Jens Brand
Evelyn Marras
Katyayani
Zoë Aschenbach
Christian Einsiedel

Experience Sundaram at Yoga Vidya.

You can experience Sundaram during mantra yoga teacher training in a special way.





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Devaki and Sureshwara sing and accompany the mantra Jaya Shiva Shankara in a Saturday evening satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Jaya Shiva Shankara addresses Shiva in his kind loving aspect: Shiva means kind, Shankara is the one who does good. Bham, also Bhum, is the sound of Shiva's drum. Hara means to take away - may Shiva take away everything that separates his experience. The song to sing along can be found in the Yoga Vidya Kirtan Songbook under the number 250 or here:

Jaya Shiva Shankara,
Bam Bam Hara Hara
Hara Hara, Hara Hara,
Hara Bol Hara
Shiva Shiva Shiva Shiva,
Shiva Ati-sundara
(hara Hara, Hara Hara, Hara Ati-sundara)
He Parameshvara Daya Karo