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A song of love, longing and devotion to heal the wounds of love and loss.

Mera Man Loche from Vintage Series
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      Mera Man Loche from Vintage Series  
      Artist: Mata Mandir Singh

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    Mera Man Loche from Vintage Series
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    The Vintage Series features complete versions of music by Mata Mandir Singh and Friends previously released on cassette tape between 1975 and 1994.

    This shabd, found in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib was written as letters from Guru Arjan to his father Guru Ram Das. The beautiful poetry is of love and longing. Yogi Bhajan gave this shabd, merged with the chant Aad such, Jugaad such, Hai bhay such, Naanak hosee bhay such, to be used in a meditation to Heal the Wounds of Love.

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    Magical journey in touch with the trajectory of our times
    5
    Daniel Hirtz (Scottsdale) | July 7th, 2017
    This is not just an amazing production of great sounds and soundscapes it also carries the signature of a changing world. This sound inspires a different understanding of our existence and more comprehensive one, and inclusive one... an understanding of the incredible beauty that we live in. This world is not just what our ideologically programmed minds perceive but it is infinitely deep and miraculous... this music is a reflection of that and pays tribute to it. Thank you so much Dashmesh and fellow musicians for a truly inspiring production and thank you invincible music and Liv Singh to support and produce that music!
    Verified Buyer
    Listened to clips...amazing
    5
    Satya (Rawdon) | June 9th, 2017
    I just listened to all the clips...and I can tell you that in that short time my body and mind relaxed incredibly....Satya Kaur
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    One of the most creatively singular highlights of 2016!!!
    5
    Richard Gurtler (Bratislava) | October 15th, 2016
    Dashmesh Khalsa, a par excellence didgeridoo player (sound healer, performer and naturalistic philosopher) based in Phoenix, Arizona has notably stepped into the tribal ambient circle during 2010 on phenomenal "Dream Tracker" album with Byron Metcalf and Steve Roach. Several months later on the SoundQuest Fest he joined on the stage Steve and Byron together with another didge player Brian Parnham. Since 2010 several other releases by Byron Metcalf (and Mark Seelig) featured this highly talented musician. I was also fortunate to experience Dashmesh's didgeridoo wizardry live during the first night at The Galactic Center at February 13th, 2015. A truly memorable moments during my "Toward the Dream" journey!!! So it was only a matter of time when this enormously gifted musician will return with his, undoubtedly well-deserved, solo release. Although surrounded by several kindred souls, "The Peacock's Tale" is an absolutely exceptional example of Dashmesh's virtuosity as a performer and composer. Released through Invincible Music, a label located in Dashmesh's home city, during May 2016, the album comes in a really beautiful 6-panel digipak with splendid cover image by a Swiss shamanic artist creating under pseudonym Seelenflug and extensive liner notes about performing artists on each track, quoting humanist philosopher of the 15th century, Marsilio Ficino, and additional explanations as the album is an ode to the Hermetic-Alchemical Tradition. The graphics are provided by the artist himself as well as by Liv Singh Khalsa, the founder of Invincible Music, who is also responsible, together with Dashmesh, for mixing and mastering. This richly colorful spectacle is ignited by "The Great Work", an exquisitely arranged piece meticulously bridging raucous crow calls, rattles, didgeridoo drones and barks with utterly embracing trumpet (by Gabriel Bey) and shakuhachi (by Yujin Soku-Shin) and banging water drum (by Roman Orona). Spirited downtempos join the stage for a masterful tribal organic splendor with jazzy fragrances thrown in. To complete the guest list on this composition, Submerged also gets credit for addiitional electronics. On rather quieter "Language Of The Birds" Dashmesh melts his electronics, didgeridoo and percussions with gorgeously poignant Bob Iriana's saxophone, piquantly exotic strings of rabab, an Afghan lute-like instrument played by Qais Essar and a large dose of bird calls. Absolutely magnificent and ingeniously sculpted auralscape awaits here!!! A speech by a charismatic lecturer and author Manly P. Hall announces the next piece, "Book Of Nature" on which Dashmesh's didgeridoo, flute and synths are joined by a trademarking drumming by his mentor Byron Metcalf on frame drums and udu. With this duo in full bloom, you simply can't go wrong!!! Heidi Gadd's electric violin and Yujin Soku-Shin's shakuhachi complete another masterful composition on this album, a sonic elixir!!! "Incension" exhibits the sole performance by its creative protagonist, where helically mind-bending monochromatic didge drones relentlessly interplay with nocturnally encircling symphonies. A big one!!! The following piece, "Tree Of Moon" can easily serve as a preview of Dashmesh's collaborative project with Alexis Holland (vocalist, musician, sound healer, yoga teacher and health consultant), acting as Indigenous Soul Movement, where they explore their synergistic visions of a better planet. Calmly sweeping soundscape driven by Alexis' ethereal wordless chants coalesced with gossamer ambrosias of udu and handpan, while groovy traceries with didge glimpses ride enchantingly atop. A true sonic medicine!!! On "Sophic Hydrolith" Byron Metcalf again grabs his frame drum and udu and joins Dashmesh for a truly jaw-dropping performance. Thrillingly vibrant drumming, trance-inducing buzzing, barking and crowing by Dashmesh's drone pipe with Heidi Gadd's squeaking electric violin. What a masterpiece is this 5 and a half minutes long track, this is a primordial electro organic blast at its most extraordinary!!! "Trismegistus"
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    Zero Gravity is brilliant ... beyond words!
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    Sabine Toh | July 30th, 2016
    Totally love love love this CD! Sat Nam and much gratitude Yogi Amandeep Singh!! Totally incredible!!!!!!! Beyond words!!! ... the vibration is totally transporting and for me the realm of pure yogi's heart! Infinite gratitude! And YES, HIGHLY recommended!!!!! Wahe Guru!
    Note From Store Owner: Great!
    Mata Mandir Singh has dedicated his life to the practice and teaching of Naad Yoga - the yoga of sound. A skilful guitar, mandolin and cittern player, he is a pioneer of the yoga music genre, having recorded more than 28 CDs and cassette tapes since the late 1970's.

    Mata Mandir pours devotion into each note that he sings. His gentle voice creates a sacred atmosphere for healing and connectedness, helping students calm their minds and open their hearts. His Sikh-inspired mantras invite listeners to have a personal experience of the Divine.

    A longtime student of Kundalini Yoga Master Yogi Bhajan, Mata Mandir learned early on about the power of the sound current for elevation. "Yogiji told me a long time ago that if you play any instrument in a rhythmic pattern, that will put you into harmony with the whole universe," he says. Inspired by Yogi Bhajan's life-changing teachings, Mata Mandir then embarked on a journey of helping others come in tune with the rhythm of the universe. "Everything has a frequency and vibration, everything has its own song," he says. "When you tune in to sounds of the world, like the sound of your breath or your heartbeat, for example, the world becomes different. You create a new intelligence in your life and you begin to see rhythm where before you only saw chaos."

    Mata Mandir currently performs and teaches classes on the science of chanting and listening both across the United States and internationally. In his upcoming book, Naad Yoga - the Yoga of Sound Workbook, he explains how one can use mantras to stimulate the brain and glandular system and reach deep states of bliss. "There's a cascade of chemical changes in every word we speak," he says.

    Sharing a deep passion for Naad Yoga, Mata Mandir uses music to guide his students to the present moment and into a natural state of empowerment. Adding to his detailed teachings on chanting, he also emphasizes the importance of learning to deeply listen. "The eyes can create a lot of illusion," he says. "But the ears are very accurate and can distinguish all different notes, all different sounds."

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