It Was A Dark And Stormy Night . . .
Welcome to the New Year, dearest New World Kirtan listeners. January in Oregon is windy & rainy–there are lots of dark and stormy nights. Probably like you, I’m trying to be in tune with the season–to find what treasures it holds for me. May you also find your treasures in the dark and the storms. Namaste.
THIS WEEK’S SET
|Om||Mercury Max||The Eternal Om|
|Jai Jai Ma||Mukti||Light Of The Sun||–|
|Oneness Chant||Lauren Monroe & Rick Allen||P. 18|
|Hare Om Shivaya||Mike Cohen||Om Dattatreya||–|
|Om Namo Bhagavate||Spring||Spring Fever||P. 5|
|Loka Ma Durga||Francesco Jaya||Beyond Doubt||–|
|Aum Namah Shivaaya||Swaha||Salutations||P.6|
LOKA SAMATA SUKINO BHAVANTU
Loka Samasta Sukino Bhavantu
He Ma Durga Kali Ma Durga – Mahadevi
He Ma Kali Ma, Jai Jai ma Durga
Kali Bolo Kali Ma
Om Mata Kali, Durga Devi Sri Sri Ma
From Francesco Jaya “Beyond Doubt”
LOKAH SAMASTA SUKHINO BHAVANTU
May all beings everywhere be happy and free and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.
This is the mantra of Jivamukti Yoga, chanted in almost every class. By giving voice to it, we set the intention to create a world that is harmonious and peaceful. We dedicate our yoga practice to seeing this reality manifest. This mantra inspires us to perform actions that benefit all beings, human and non-human alike.