Rajas Agni - ÔM ASÁTÔMA





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Published on Jun 8, 2009

The Rajas Agni chorus performed live in "Museu Arqueológico de São Miguel de Odrinhas", near the city of Sintra in Portugal, on the 30th of May 2009.

Conducted by João Camacho, Yôgachárya, this chorus brings to the audience a repertoire of several kirtan. Kirtan are ancient tradicional songs from India, used by this group as a Yôga technique, on the path to reach the objective of Yôga practice, the samádhi.

Mantra is the 3rd part (anga) of the Ády Ashtánga Sádhana practice.

Ády Ashtánga Shádhana is the first characteristic of SwáSthya Yôga.

SwáSthya Yôga is the systematization of the Ancient Yôga, Pre-Classic, Pre-Vedic, one of very ancient roots, some masters from India call it the original Shiva Yôga:

Dakshinacharatántrika-Niríshwarasámkhya Yôga.

This great ransom and systematization are a heritage of humanity, done by our dear and beloved Shrí DeRose (http://www.uni-yoga.org/blogdoderose/).

For further information on the work and next live performances of the Rajas Agni chorus, please visit their website at http://www.ourculture.org/ .

Enjoy this Great Culture!

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