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Relate through sound to the unknown and intuitive future which is a creative joyful happening process.

Tuning In from The Yoga of Sound Series
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      Tuning In from The Yoga of Sound Series  
      Artist: Mata Mandir Singh

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    Tuning In from The Yoga of Sound Series
    Length: 55:49:00 (320kbs) Price: $11.98
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    1. Sa - 7:50 - Price: $1.29
    2. Ong Namo - 9:07 - Price: $1.29
    3. Ad Guray Nameh - 16:47 - Price: $3.60
    4. Sunai Sidh - 10:24 - Price: $2.60
    5. Listen While I Tell the Tale - 7:11 - Price: $1.29
    6. Long Sat Nam - 4:27 - Price: $1.29

    This music is said to have the power to instantaneously connect you with sources of energy and wisdom far beyond our own limited known self. This allows you to relate to the unknown future which is a vast infinite, creative, happening process. Tuning In features the soothing & hypnotic vocals of Mata Mandir Singh with complimentary harmonies by Gurudass Kaur. Remastered at Invincible Studios January 2009!

    There is a poem written by my spiritual teacher Yogi Bhajan that begins with these lines: Meditate on God right now! And even if you've wasted your past in pursuit of Maya (An ancient sanscrit word meaning the things of the world), You can know the future. That to me is a prime reality of spiritual life. That anyone, no matter how high or low, has the power to instantaneously connect with sources of energy and wisdom far beyond his or her own limited known self. This allows us to relate to the unknown future which is a vast infinite, creative, happening process. The greatest sinner can become the greatest saint in an instant. It is a change of mental frequency and perspective. There is no guilt in the equation. It is this quality of the creation that gives me hope, both for myself as well as all humankind and the planet earth, within which our existence is so inextricably interwoven. The instant we tune in, the healing process begins immediately on a personal and a global level. In the yogic philosophy it is said that we as creatures of the creator, are given the mind to instantly connect to infinity, the source of all energy and power. It is said we are not earth beings trying to be spiritual but angelic, spiritual beings, trying to adjust to life on earth. The mind is a gift from God to shuttle between the etheric realms and the earth. It is sometimes possible to have a glimpse of this "Tuned In" mind in observing the actions of the saints, sages and both great and humble spiritual teachers who have walked the earth with otherworldly strength, insight, humility and service to their fellow humans. The practice of singing mantras and spiritual poetry created by these folks demonstrates the power of the spoken word within ourselves to connect ones own consciousness with the central computer that we sometimes call God. By changing the frequency of our mental vibrations, our world changes with it. That is the power of prayer. By listening with deep attention to our innermost sounds in meditation, or to the sacred sounds of ourselves or others chanting, we can gain the power of tuning in.. It is very similar to the way we change the frequency of the vibrating string of an instrument to bring it into harmony with the instrument itself and the other strings. It then makes those who hear it feel pleasure from that harmony. Just so, by listening and listening and adjusting our own mental frequency, we come into harmony with the whole universe and can share that energy with others. That is the practice of Naad Yoga.
    The Teachings

    The teachings contained in this CD series are part of a vast body of yogic knowledge brought to the western world by Yogi Bhajan. It is through his tireless dedication and selflessness as a teacher and compassion as a human that so many have the opportunity to practice these teachings today. Further it is largely due to his encouragement that I came to record this music.

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    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."

    1. Sa

    Totality of all. There was a time in ancient India where music was considered a spiritual practice. The name for this was "sangeet". The mantric syllable Sa was used by musicians to tune in and find their base. It is the first syllable of the Indian music scale. All other notes are tuned relative to Sa. In yogic terms Sa stands for the totality of all the universe. Music and yoga were intimately interconnected in those days.

    Gyan Mudra

    Sit cross-legged on a mat or rug with a straight spine and the chin slightly tucked in like a military position. This gives the optimum flow of energy up the spine. Rest the hands on the knees with the elbows straight and the forefinger rolled under the thumb with the other fingers straight. Inhale deep and chant Sa with a full breath, concentrating on and projecting out from the third-eye point. This is the energy center or chakra located above and between the two eyebrows. Don't worry about the length of breath. Simply breath deep on the inhale and chant with the full breath till it is out. Then do it again at your own pace. This is the base of Indian vocal practice as well as a meditation.

    2. Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo

    I bow to the one Cosmic Creative energy. I bow to the divine teacher and guidance faculty within. An ancient yogic mantra designed to allow the chanter to relate instantly to the divine teacher within. This is called the Adi Mantra. Adi means primal or first and mantra means the creative mental projection using sound. It is used to tune in before Kundalini yoga classes to center one in the higher self and spiritually guide both teacher and students in the class. The recommended mudra is Prayer Pose.

    Prayer Pose

    Place the palms of the hands together at the center of the chest at the heart center with the hands touching the chest. and a few pounds of pressure on them Close the eyes and concentrate at the third eye point (just above and between the eyebrows.) Inhale and sing the mantra in one breath or inhale quickly through the mouth after the first Namo.

    3. Ad Guray Nameh

    Aad Guray Nameh
    I bow to the Primal power
    Jugaad Guray Nameh
    I bow to the Guru of all times and ages
    Sat Guray Nameh
    I bow to the true Guru
    Siri Guru Dev-ay Nameh
    I bow to the great teacher of all

    4. Sungeeai Sidh

    This is a mantra given by Guru Arjun, the fifth Sikh teacher. It was given as the preamble to a poem called "The Lagoon of Peace" to prepare the mind for guidance and to attune the mind to the spiritual concepts about to be given. It is used in Kundalini Yoga in the same way and is known as the mantra to impart intelligence, guidance and protection to the practitioner. These are the 8th to 11th stanzas of Guru Nanak's well known spiritual poem, JapJi. In them he describes all the benefits of listening meditatively or tuning in.

    Suneeai sidh peer sur naat,
    Suneeai dharat dhaval aakaash
    Suneeai deep loa paataal
    Suneeai po-eh na sakai kaal
    Naanak bhagataa sadaa vigaas
    Suneeai dookh paap kaa naas
    Suneeai eesar barmaa ind
    Suneeai mukh saalaahan mand
    Suneeai jog jugat tan bhayd
    Suneeai shaast simrit ved
    Naanak bhagataa sadaa vigaas
    Suneeai dukh paap kaa naas
    Suneeai sat santokh giaan
    Suneeai atsat kaa ishnaan
    Suneeai par par paaveh maan
    Suneeai laagai sehj dhiaan
    Nanak bhagataa sadaa vagaas
    Suneeai dookh paap kaa naas
    Suneeai saraa gunaa kay gaah
    Suneeai shayk peer paatishaah
    Suneeai andhay paaveh raaho
    Suneeai haath havai asgaaho
    Naanak bhagataa sadaa vigaas
    Suneeai dookh paap kaa naas

    translation

    Listening the Siddhas(beings of spiritual perfection), the spiritual teachers, heroic warriors, the Yogic masters. Listening the earth, its support and the Akaashic ethers. Listening , the oceans, the lands and peoples of the world, and the nether regions of the underworld. Listening, death cannot touch you. Oh Nanak, the devotees are forever in bliss. By listening pain and sin are destroyed. Listening, Shiva Brahma and Indra. Listening even foul mouthed people praise Him. Listening, the technology of Yoga, and the secrets of the body. Listening the Shastras, the Smiritees and the Vedas. Oh Nanak the devotees are forever in bliss. Listening ,pain and sin are destroyed. Listening, Truth, contentment and Spiritual wisdom. Listening as if to take ones spiritual bath at the 68 places of pilgrimage. Listening, reading and reciting, honor is obtained. Listening, intuitively grasping the Essence of meditation. O Nanak ,the devotees are forever in bliss. Listening pain and sin are destroyed. Listening, dive deep into the ocean of virtue. Listening the Shaykhs(Religious scholars), spiritual teachers, emperors. Listening, even the blind find their way. Listening, the unreachable comes into our hands. O Nanak the devotees are ever in bliss. Listening, pain and sin are destroyed.

    Mata Mandir Singh - Vocals, Guitar
    Gurudass Kaur - Vocals
    Hari Kaur - Backup Vocals
    Wahe Guru Singh - Backup Vocals
    Seva Kaur - Backup Vocals
    Simone Lambregts - Violin
    Michael Benedik - Classical Guitar
    Antal Steixner - Percussion
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