The Kundalini Collection

by The Bhaktas

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Sandra Clark
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Sandra Clark Such pure voice is pure love and it brings so much joy into my daily life. Thank you is not enough to express how much I love this music Favorite track: Ong Namo.
Cosmic Girl
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Cosmic Girl As a Kundalini Yogi, and yet a psychill ambient music FREAK, I would say that this is the first time i would ever think of an album that combines both and satisfy me in that way. Thank you for covering Snatam Kaur's songs in that beautiful way and making them sound cosmic. I LOVE that Favorite track: Ra Ma Da Sa.
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Mantra Mania I always loved Snatam Kaur music and production, and had big doubts when this album came out that it will give me the same pleasure. Guess what?!? with this electronic style, I got the pleasure even on a high 3Dimensional deep level. I think Snatam Kaur will be happy to hear her songs covered in that style. Thank you for these amazing covers... Favorite track: Aakhan Jor.
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The Bhaktas is a Spiritual musical project focusing on a place where electronic music and Mantra meet. Blending traditional Indian chants and Bhajans with a contemporary style, they are opening a new way of artful cosmic meditation through the power of electronic music.
Their sanskrit powered, electro-infused sound is inspired by the yogic teachings of Ananda Marga and their goal is to spread love and devotion all around the world! The Bhaktas follow the Yogic teachings of Ananda Marga. Let there be LOVE & DEVOTION all around!

The Musicians on this album are PHANENDRA (composition, sound design & back vocals), Amala, Shakti, Shanti & Vrinda on vocals.
Special thanks to Vasily Ash (Clarinet), Rajat Prasanna (Bansuri Flute), Mariposa (Electric Cello), Shani Ben Canar (Bansuri Flute & other technical help), & Michel Morin (Sneak Thief)
Tracks 5&6 are mastered by Vincent Villuis (Aes Dana) @ Ultimae Records.
We offer this Album at the Lotus Feet of our beloved Master
Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji

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released June 3, 2014

Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.

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The Bhaktas Berlin, Germany

The Bhaktas are playing traditional indian mantra bhajans and chants in a contemporary electronic style.
Their concerts are pure joy and ecstasy and unite the heart and soul. The Bhaktas play a multidimensional music, mixing ancient Sanskrit-Mantras with Electro, Ambient, and Trance. Their live performances are filled with magic and play. The Bhaktas follow the Yogic teachings of Ananda Marga. ... more

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Track Name: Aakhan Jor
Aakhan jor, Chupai neh jor,
Jor na mangan dayn na jor
Jor na jeevan maran neh jor
Jor na raaj maal man sor
Jor na surtee giaan vechaar
Jor na jugatee chutai sansaar
Jis hath jor kar vekhai so-i
Nanak utam neech na ko-i

No power to speak, no power to keep silent.
No power to beg, no power to give.
No power to live, no power to die.
No power to rule, with wealth and occult mental powers.
No power to gain intuitive understanding, to contemplate spiritual wisdom.
No power to find the way to escape from the world.
He alone has the Power in his hands, he watches over all.
O Nanak, no one is high or low.
More Information:
This pauree destroys your ego and brings home your divinity. It removes negativity, neutralizes your destructive nature and prevents harm to others by your hand.
Track Name: Ra Ma Da Sa
Ra = sun energy

Ma = moon energy

Da = earth energy

Sa = infinity, universal energy

Sa (repeated)

Say = the personal embodiment of Sa

So = the personal sense of merger with Sa

Hung = the Infinite, vibrating and real

This mantra literally means: “I am Thou." It can also mean, "the service of God is within me.“
Track Name: Ong Namo
“Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” is the Adi Mantra. Translated “I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher
Track Name: Mul Mantra
Ik oa(n)kaar sath naam karathaa purakh nirabho niravair akaal moorath ajoonee saibha(n) gur prasaadh

One Universal Creator God. The Name Is Truth. Creative Being Personified. No Fear. No Hatred. Image Of The Undying, Beyond Birth, Self-Existent. By Guru's Grace
Track Name: Wah Yantee
Waa Yantee
Kar Yantee, 
Jag Dut Patee,
Aadak It Whaa-haa,
Brahmaaday Trayshaa Guroo
It Wha-hay Guroo

Great Macroself, Creative Self. All that is creative through time, all that is the Great One. Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. That is Wahe Guru.
Track Name: Kundalini Kirtan
Baba Nam Kevalam
The meaning of Baba Nam Kevalam Kiirtan is 'LOVE IS THE ESSENCE OF EVERYTHING'.
Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.