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Sankalpananda | Sparkles of Satyam

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Sparkles of Satyam

by Sankalpananda

Inspiring, uplifting mantra singing (kirtan), interwoven with sweet melodic dialogues of Indian Flutes and Cello, on a velvet background of classic guitar, harmonium and Tablas. Five pieces taking you to landscapes of relaxation.
Genre: New Age: Yoga
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1. Gayatri for the Earth
11:38 $2.50
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2. Hare Govinda
15:39 $2.50
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3. Jaya Ambe
13:19 $2.50
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4. Jaya Guru Jaya Satyam
15:48 $2.50
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5. Om Namah Shivaya
9:46 $2.50
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Sparkles of Satyam
Kirtans from the Satyananda Yoga Tradition with Gauri & Sankalpananda

The word kirtan is made up of two roots: ki and ratana. Ki means “key” and ratana means “jewels”. Therefore, kirtan symbolizes the key to the jewels within.

“Through kirtan you can reach the highest pinnacle of spiritual experience. Neither by Yoga, nor by any other means but by kirtan alone, you can have the vision of Divine, you can have the vision of your Self...” Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Kirtan (also known as mantra singing) is not just a song. It is a technique of Nada Yoga, the yoga of sound and is characterized by the simplicity of both its melody and the lyrics. The melody is based on minimalist and repetitive musical paths. The lyrics are a potent combination of Sanskrit mantras. They are the legacy of the Great Teachers who, thousands of years ago, transcended the boundaries of the mind and senses, and became self-realized. Repetition of the mantras creates a series of acoustic vibrations which relax the body and mind. In this way, the higher mental and psychic powers,currently dormant in each of us, are released. Whether we comprehend the literal meaning of the mantras or not, they still have the same transformative and liberating effect on us.

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I would give this album 10 stars if i could. I listen to it when, i cook, drive, relax, anything. I have heard it over 100 times and it sounds better each time. My children love it too.
The music of Sankalpananda and Gauri is sung from the heart. It is peaceful, uplifting and devotional.
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