Martine St-Onge | Balancing Meditation Mantra

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Balancing Meditation Mantra

by Martine St-Onge

This Single is a known Mantra used for Cyclic Meditation. Its melody was composed to be used as an opening Mantra for a yoga session focusing on balance. While scratching a ukulele, It came naturally from the heart and in a state of pure love.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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This Single is a known Mantra used for Cyclic Meditation and it is also called Dhyana Mantra. The name of the single “Balancing Meditation Mantra” comes from the meaning of its lyrics which describe as is: “Laye Sambodhayet Cittam Viksiptam Samayet Punah Sakasayam Vijaniyat Samapraptam Na Calayet” In a state of mental inactivity awaken the mind; when agitated, calm it; between these two states realize the possible abilities of the mind. If the mind has reached the state of perfect equilibrium then do not disturb it again.

In April 2019, in Rishikesh, for the purpose of the final evaluation of my 200 hours Yoga teacher training, I was inspired to compose this song as my opening Mantra. It was composed in the ashram while scratching a ukulele and it felt naturally coming from the heart in a state of pure love.

I decided to record this song, with the precious help of my brother Sylvain St-Onge, as a request from some beautiful souls who wished to wake up to this Melody.

This is my first and only composition as of today.

Enjoy this Mantra as an opening song to your yoga practice or, as my precious friends from Rishikesh might do, you can also use it as your alarm clock.

Namaste,
I love you.

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