Dev Suroop Kaur's Chants Eternal Is a gem that not only includes the beautiful and healing musical tribute to Yogi Bhajan, but also includes two chants for yoga and meditation.
"Chants Eternal" Is a gem that not only includes the beautiful and healing musical tribute to Yogi Bhajan, but also includes two chants for yoga and meditation. During the autumn of 1999, in one of Yogi Bhajan's meditation classes in Espanola New Mexico, he requested that "A Master's Request" be written. He requested that it include the verse "Don't cry for me children of Sikh Dharma", and that it be written in the past tense as if he had already passed. Importantly, he wanted the song to be uplifting and celebrate his life, not mourn his death. When the new song was played for him, his words were, "It's perfect, don't change a thing." It is with humility and immense gratitude to the life of the Siri Singh Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji (Yogi Bhajan) that we present this song and soothing mantras.
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Liv Singh was born in Osseo, Minnesota. His first music teacher was his grandfather. Liv started playing trumpet when he was 13 years old. When he was 15, he recorded a new age album for friends and family. Liv began practicing meditation in 1972 and at the same year, he started his own record company which became one of the oldest and most successful new age recording companies. Later on, Liv Singh teamed with Livtar Singh and launched an album Liv & Let Liv. After the success of the album, Liv and Livtar Singh Khalsa became a part of a spiritual brotherhood and practiced Kundalini Yoga, chanting and meditation. Liv Singh played guitar and had a huge influences in Sixties rock music.