Warming Up With Mantra

 November 10, 2009
Posted by Kitzie

If you’re a podcast listener, you know that I work as a voiceover actress.  I like to sing to warm up my voice before I start work, and this week I’ve been using the creativity chant from Deva Premal’s “Mantras for Precarious Times“.  It’s just the right length for a short meditation, and I love the feeling of deep grounding afterward.  Being free & calm does help with creativity, and my voice is  much more able to do justice to a script after singing for eight minutes.  Singing is such a direct link to the soul for me, perhaps for you too?

More new music this week!  Enjoy.

THIS WEEK’S PODCAST

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ARTIST

CD

SONGBOOK

Om Mercury Max The Eternal Om

Kabir’s Song Snatam Kaur Anand

Pranayama

Ayodhya Vasi/Rama Rama Brenda McMorrow Ameya

Om Dattatreya Michael Cohen Om Dattatreya

Hara Hara Mahadev/Om Namah Shivaya Jai Uttal Kirtan: The Art & Practice of Ecstatic Chant

P. 4

Om Namah Shivaya Swaha Vishnu’s Dream

P. 7

AYODHYA VASI/RAMA RAMA

Ayodhya Vasi Ram Ram

Dasharatha Nandhana Ram Ram Ram

Rama Rama Sita Rama

Rama Rama Sita Ram

Pathita Pavana Janake Jivana Sita Mohana

Ram Ram Ram

A song to the Supreme Being, Lord Rama.  Repeating the name of Ram over & over engenders God consciousness and truth.

From Brenda McMorrow “Ameya”

OM DATTATREYA

Om Namah Shivaya

Shivaya Namah Om

Om Dattatreya

Three-headed Dattatreya integrates Brahma (creation), Vishnu (sustenance) & Shiva (destruction) within one form.   The chant represents the life of Shirdi Sai Baba, a Shiva incarnation who transformed into a Dattatreya incarnation, using the powers of Divine Love, Freedom & Creation.

From Michael Cohen “Om Dattatreya”

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