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by Satkirin Kaur Khalsa

Fusion of India and the West with galloping dance rythyms and repetative but groovy chants.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gobinday Mukunday
31:21 $0.99
2. Ajai Alai
11:08 $0.99
3. Yogi Bhajan mini lecture w/Gobinday mukunday
28:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
This CD was a real labor of love. Yogi Bhajan had appeared to me in a dream asking me to record more of Jaap Sahib. For me, this was my way of sharing the one BANI that had gotten me through all my greatest challenges in my life so far.....2 divorces and lots of doubts along the way.

This prayer is expressly for overcoming the negative mind. It is not a Bhakti mantra but a Sahibee mantra. It will penetrate into the darkest thought pattern and clear it dredge it and move it OUT!

I decided that meditating and reciting this mantra as a meditation was really important. To get the effect that I experienced meant to really deeply meditate. So, I did two things after composing some easy music with very upbeat rythyms. I added a mediation on the package to be done with the Gobinday mukunday and the Ajai Alai tracks. Then I added a tract with Yogi Bhajan's words about how this works and it became a wonderfully entrancing and informative musical mini lecture.

Now we have a beautiful feminine but powerful mix for conquering the negative mind and one for overcoming chronic depression. Listen to this deeply and you will see what I mean. This is definitely a sound technology of healing for these troubled and uncertain times.

Much love and success to you in your mission of self elevation. Share your stories and experiences of how the mantras have helped you. I would love to hear from you. SK



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I had heard this at my Kundalini class, liked it so much I bought my own copy. I love track 3, with Yogi Bhajan's lecture...


mostly excellent
There's a lot to say about this CD. It comes with meditations, which is great, but then you try to chant the first one and there's a lot of stylized stuff that complicates the mantra. In other words, tracks 1 & 3 are good for listening but not great for practicing with. Ajai Alai, on the other hand, is good for practice, but that Barquee guy makes the music too syrupy in my opinion. Satkirin Kaur has a great voice -- please don't wash over it with synthetic strings. Make it more raw, more sat nam. And finally the Yogiji "minilecture" coming in and out of a mantra is the right concept, but this lecture isn't even close to the one I would pick. He's nearly incomprehensible, and he's so insistent on the Baba Deep Singh story at the beginning that it actually raises doubts about the truth of what he's saying. And the headless stuff -- let's leave that to the ultrabelievers; it might not appeal to those just becoming familiar with Sikh dharma or kundalini yoga. Just my opinion. Overall this is great to listen to -- I just wish someone had given Satkirin Kaur some of this feedback before the CD was released.


This CD is amazing and filled with the Ecstasy of the Dance in Life~

Meher Kaur

Track 3 is my favorite. The Yogi Bhajan lecture is a nice addition. It goes sraight to the heart.