Chanting Om - Meditation on the 7 Chakras (Improv with Harmonies Version) - Meditation Music





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Published on Dec 14, 2010

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The sacred syllable OM is the primordial sound, the divine vibration of love within and without that permeates the whole Universe. For eons yogis have repeated and meditated on Om to experience the divine and attain the highest levels of human consciousness.

Chanting Om, Meditation on the 7 Chakras, is a very special recording. The sacred syllable Om is chanted in various notes, going up the scale. Each note corresponds to one of the 7 chakras or energy centers in the body. As the chakras are purified and awakened to their full potential through meditation and other spiritual practices, we experience vibrancy, health, happiness, peace and we ultimately merge into our true divine nature.

You can chant along with the recording or simply play it during meditation. When chanting or listening to Om the mind settles and calms down in a very natural way.

This version of Chanting OM, features the vocal improvisations of Ann Malone and Sarah Warwick, two beautiful yoginis who, along with a large group of practitioners, contributed to this project with an abundance of love.

The recording also includes two Savasana Sound Bath tracks, consisting of various healing sounds such as Tibetan Singing Bowls, Rain Sticks, Vocals, and Hang Drum, played by the very talented Ann Malone. These tracks are perfect to play at the end of a yoga practice or to simply listen to in order to experience deep relaxation.

Produced by Vidura Barrios, Manasi Fragoso, Ann Malone and Alan Reekie for Inner Splendor Media LLC

Video Design by Jeffrey Main


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