Music for Meditation
Selection of music from our musicians of different cultural backgrounds who have joined together to create world music to promote and enhance the meditation experience. Enjoy a meditation while listening to their music… sit on a chair or floor, with shoes removed and the hands palm up on your lap. The vibrations from the music will enlighten and cleanse your Subtle system and chakras. Try it!
Inner Peace is the second solo album of cellist and composer, Bryan Charles Wilson. The album is a unique mixture of multicultural and peaceful melodies from traditional Sahaja Yoga Indian bhajans, spiritual Western songs, and soothing music composed by Bryan Wilson, himself. Bryan believes that music is a pure means of dialogue and expression. In this album, his wish is to spread and share the universal melodies of bliss, jubilation, and inner peace. More about Bryan and his music at www.bryanwilsoncello.com
Selection of instrumental Ragas which are a melodic mode of Indian classical music. These Ragas focus on each chakra of the Subtle System.
Flute, Sitar and Shehnai renderings of devotional songs performed by artists who practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation. We hope that listeners experience the joy and love that went into the making of this album. (Music tracks can be purchased for download from here.)
Instrumental renderings of devotional songs performed by artists who practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation. We hope that listeners experience the joy and love that went into the making of this album. This offering is an ode to Shri Krishna, the deity of the Vishuddhi chakra. The deity of the Vishuddhi has been described as playing the flute and winning the hearts of the worthy, with playful mirth. (Music tracks can be purchased for download from here.)
Beautiful devotional music in praise of our inner Mother and the external Spirit. Sung by Anandita Basu who is a recognised name in Sahaja music, Sufi and Qawwali music from Kolkata, India. Anandita started to learn Indian Classical music at the age of 4 with her mother and Guru, Professor Anjana Basu.
About Meri Marshall
Meri is a native Maori from New Zealand. She practices Sahaja Yoga and sings spiritual songs in English and Maori.
An album based on classical Indian ragas, fused with tribal African rhythms and traditional instruments such as didgeridoo, flute, sitar plus soaring vocals. A truly contemporary global fusion album.
Bhakti is a multicultural band based in Perth Australia. Mauli is their first album which includes traditional Indian folk songs and music to complement meditation.
Bhakti is a multicultural band based in Perth Australia. Mauli is their second album which includes traditional Indian folk songs and music to complement meditation.
About Music of Joy group.
MOJ is a unique, multicultural band based in Sydney, Australia. The magic of the group comes from the dynamic energy produced when over twenty musicians, with a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, join together with one common goal – to share music that is joyful and uplifting. The band’s repertoire is as vast and diverse as its members, transcending cultural boundaries and ranging from traditional Indian bhajans through to melodic Chinese and Russian folk songs as well as rhythmic African harmonies and of course the music of Australia itself. Over the past 20 years, MOJ have released five albums.
Flow of Love – CD 1 by Music of Joy
Flow of Love – CD 2 by Music of Joy
A presentation from the Late P.K. Salve Academy of Music and Fine Arts in India.
Sahaja Yogis from around the world attended the Academy to harness their Self Realisation to learn and develop their artistic skills. While at the academy, they produced this beautiful music that is influenced by western and traditional Indian styles.
Sahaj Sangeet (pronounced Sa-Haaj San-Geet), meaning spontaneous music are a group of Australian musicians from various backgrounds and cultures. They perform a selection of North Indian light classical, devotional and folk music using traditional and non-traditional instruments including Sitar, Tabla, Harmonium, Guitar, Dholak, Djembe, Chimta, Manjira and Tambourine. The repertoire ranges from meditative and devotional to high energy numbers which attract audience participation and dancing.
“Oronya” means “blue” in the American Indian Mohawk language. In Hebrew, “Oron” means “Light/Joy.” This combination of colour and qualities represents the Vishuddhi (throat) chakra which is reflected in the United States of America. This music was recorded with collective participation of Sahaja Yogis from all over the USA. (Music tracks can be purchased for download from here.)
Selection of Ragas which are a melodic mode of Indian classical music. These Ragas focus on each chakra of the Subtle System.
This collection of music began with a desire to bring together the countries of the Americas to express our experience with Shri Mataji’s Sahaja Yoga Meditation and Self Realization. In the contexts of our various cultures and musical backgrounds, it is hoped that the emerging culture of the awakened Spirit shines through these songs and touches the hearts of all who hear them. (Music tracks can be purchased for download from here.)
Zephyr is by Elizabeth Henshaw, an Australian composer and producer. Her music relies heavily on western classical tradition, while incorporating a modern ‘groove’.
Flame is the second album from Zephyr.