Music for meditation – Flute.

Listening to flute music helps to sooth and clear the Vishuddhi chakra which is located in the throat. It is the 5th chakra of our subtle system. It qualities are diplomacy, pure relationships with others and provides a kind and compassionate voice.

This live flute music was played by Anand Murdeshwar in the presence of Shri Mataji in 1992.

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Music for meditation – Sitar.

The sitar represents the Sahasrara chakra. When the Sahasrara is open, our thoughts subside and we enjoy the peace and joy of being in the present.

This live sitar music was played by Nishat Khan in the presence of Shri Mataji in 1996.

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Song ‘Nieba’

This poetic song from Russia is brimming with sensitive descriptions of the beauty of nature from microcosm to macrocosm, and becomes a metaphor for a sense of great connectedness.

(Track 5 ‘Flow of Love’ CD – musicofjoy.com.au)

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Song ‘Saang Saang Bolanath’

Based on a Marathi children’s song, it asks the Divine (Lord Shiva) about the problems of the world today: racism, caste, religious fanaticism & war and prays for salvation through Self-Realisation.

(Track 4 ‘Flow of Love’ CD – musicofjoy.com.au)

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Song ‘Padhare Hai Shri Mataji Angana’

Another original composition by Music of Joy. This song welcomes Shri Mataji (founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation) to the home of her followers and describes the great beauty of this event.

(Track 3 ‘Flow of Love’ CD – musicofjoy.com.au)

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Song ‘Jai Jai Bolo Nirmal Ganesha Ki’

This energetic celebration of Lord Ganesha, is asking for his qualities to become awakened in the listeners. Shri Ganesha, the elephant headed Divine aspect of innocence and wisdom.

(Track 2 ‘Flow of Love’ CD – musicofjoy.com.au)

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