Sadhana Rocks

Sadhana Rocks

Artist: Mata Mandir Singh
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Mata Mandir Singh's Sadhana Rocks CD includes an 4 page booklet with lyrics. The yogic teachings tell us that the most effective time to meditate is between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 a.m., known as the ambrosial hours. This is when the channels are the clearest and worldly distractions are at their lowest ebb. Yogic practices during this time are called “Sadhana“. For me, staying awake is the first priority. So, to keep ourselves, and others awake, we have developed some fairly up-tempo chanting. Europe is alive with festivals all summer long. There are music, art, theatre, dance, and yoga festivals. The music on this CD was developed at both the Swedish and French Kundalini yoga festivals as well as yoga courses on the island of Corfu in Greece. Remastered at Invincible Recording Studio.

The yogic teachings tell us that the most effective time to meditate is between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 a.m., known as the ambrosial hours. This is when the channels are the clearest and worldly distractions are at their lowest ebb. Yogic practices during this time are called “Sadhana“. For me, staying awake is the first priority. So, to keep ourselves, and others awake, we have developed some fairly up-tempo chanting. Apologies for those who like slower music at that time of the morning.

Yogi Bhajan has said that chanting is most effective when it reflects your mood. When one is happy, chant happy. When angr­y, chant angry, and so on. When I am playing and singing this music with my friends I am feeling, Wow! Sadhana rocks!

The cover photo is of some rocks just down from our Sadhana beach on the island of Corfu, Greece. We spent some time doing yoga courses there in the summer of 2001. Wow! Sadhana rocks!

Europe is alive with festivals all summer long. There are music, art, theatre, dance, and yoga festivals. The music on this CD was developed at both the Swedish and French Kundalini yoga festivals in 2001/2002 as well as yoga courses on the island of Corfu in Greece.

Further thanks to the musicians who gave up their time, and traveled from all over Europe to play and record this together. I cannot find words to adequately express my love and admiration for them. Their music speaks for itself. Also my sincere thanks to Bhai Himat Singh who acted as a sounding board, and consultant for the music and helped record the demos. My thanks as well to Chris Becker whose house and studio we invaded for more than a week to record. I'd also like to add a note of gratitude to Adi Kaur (Hamburg), for her superb design work and consultations on a variety of things. A note of gratitude here, and I know I speak for all of us, to my wife Sat Nam Kaur and the staff of the Golden Temple Restaurant in Amsterdam for staying after hours and serving us delicious food after some long sessions in the studio.




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