Jan 18, 2015

Sundaze 1503 Inside Out 17

Hello, It's been sometime we've had an Inside Out at Sundaze, in fact the last one was September 2013. Time then to do something for our spiritual well being. Kundalini Yoga is offering a way, obviously there ain't a quick fix but you needn't travel to India to find enlightment. In fact i make it somewhat easier to start, there's a Yoga training video for beginners and the teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati can be listened to on the move or in bed whatever you want. Then there is music from Krishna Das as well as an album with an engaging new style of world devotional music... ......N'joy

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Kundalini Tantra

by Swami Satyananda Saraswati

Introduction to Kundalini and TantraI I have been travelling the world for the last three decades in order to pass on the message of yoga, and I find that yoga has influenced the course of human thinking tremendously. Initially of course, there was some doubt about it as many people thought that yoga was a type of religion, witchcraft or mysticism. This particularly happened because man believed matter was the ultimate point in the evolution of nature. The materialistic world did not understand yoga for some time, but as the men of science dived deep into the mysteries of matter, they came to understand and realize that matter was not the ultimate in the evolution of nature.If that is so for one form of matter, it applies to every form of matter. This external experience, the perception you have through your senses, is a product of matter. Even your thoughts, feelings, emotions and cognitions are products of matter. Therefore, they cannot be absolute and final. This means there must be another realm of experience. And if there is another realm of experience, it must be possible to transcend the present limitations of the mind.The mind is also matter; it is definitely not spirit. So the mind can also be transformed and made to evolve. People have begun to realize and experience this in the last few decades. And in my opinion, this marks the end of one era and the beginning of another.

For those who have knowledge of science and the nature of matter, it is not difficult to understand exactly what inner experience is.An inner experience is the manifestation of a deeper level of oneself. Dream, of course, is an experience. Your dreams may be schizophrenic but that is an expression of your own self. Thought is also a concept or expression of your own self. A piece of music is an expression of yourself, whether you compose it or just admire it. A painting or sculpture is a concept of yourself whether you create it or just admire it. That means the external world is a manifestation of your inner experience. And you can improve this experience to any extent. You can also bring about deterioration of this experience. When everything is hopeless outside, that is your experience of yourself, and if everything is beautiful outside, that is also your experience of yourself.

In the last few decades, yoga has helped millions of people improve their concepts of themselves. Yoga realizes that man is not only the mind, he is body as well. Therefore man does not experience happiness only through the mind. The body is also real and it is a part of his personality. Just by improving the condition of the body however, man will not necessarily enable his mind to experience happiness either. This is because he is not only the body and mind, he is emotion and desire as well. He is something beyond the mind or psyche. Therefore, yoga has been designed in such a way that it can complete the process of evolution of the personality in every possible direction. That is why yoga has so many branches - hatha yoga, karma yoga, bhakti yoga, raja yoga, gyana yoga, kundalini yoga, and so on.A combined, integrated practice of yoga in one's life will definitely ensure a better quality of experience within you and without. Every seeker and practitioner on the path of yoga must remember that the various paths of yoga are to improve the quality of head, heart and hand. However, yoga does not end with the development of the personality. One level of the personality is dependent on this mind, this body and these emotions, but there is another deeper part of the personality which you have to develop with another kind of mind and emotion. This requires a special process, and that process is known as kundalini yoga.

Objective experience not the ultimate Kundalini yoga is a part of the tantric tradition. Even though you may have already been introduced to yoga, it is necessary to know something about tantra also. Since ancient times, the wise men have realized that mind can be expanded and that experiences do not necessarily depend on an object. This means that if somebody is playing music, I can hear it, and if somebody has painted a picture, I can see it, but I can also see if there is no picture, and I can hear if there is no music. This is also a quality of man's personality which has been ignored in the last 150 to 200 years.Tantra says that the range of mental experience can be broadened. With the help of the senses, your mind can have an experience based on an object. There can be an experience within the framework of time, space and object, but there can also be an experience beyond the framework of time, space and object. The second form of experience can happen when the present mind expands beyond its given definitions and borders, and when this experience occurs, energy is released from yourself. For hundreds of years, people have been talking about an experience called nirvana, moksha, emancipation, self-realization, salvation or liberation, without understanding it properly. Yogis call this experience samadhi. Although many people think that in samadhi or6nirvana everything is completely finished, it is definitely not a process of quitting the world. Nothing finishes, only one level of experience ends, but then another begins.Since the dawn of creation, the tantrics and yogis have realized that in this physical body there is a potential force. It is not psychological, philosophical or transcendental; it is a dynamic potential force in the material body, and it is called kundalini. This kundalini is the greatest discovery of tantra and yoga.

Swami Satyananda Saraswati - Kundalini Tantra  (mp3 227mb)

01-09 Kundalini Tantra  9 hours

+ Swami Satyananda Saraswati - Kundalini Tantra v1.pdf

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Kundalini Yoga for Beginners & Beyond has helped to establish Ana Brett & Ravi Singh and their signature yoga style as the most exciting new trend in yoga and fitness. This DVD contains exercises for flexiblity, strength building, aerobic efficiency, stress relief, back care, and much more: all with a through the roof fun factor! This amazingly effective daily workout features two 25 minute sets which can be done individually or together. Set one, Rise & Spine, will help you maintain a healthy back and raise your energy high! Set two features an original and fun version of the 'Five Tibetans,' exercises to keep you supple, youthful and vital for life! Also included: breath primer, meditation, deep relaxation, and a great soundtrack by Tom Carden. Discover why Ravi & Ana's client lists includes Madonna, Donna Karan, Gwyneth Paltrow, and the Red Hot Chile Peppers. This conveniently chaptered DVD, with the recently added Matrix gives you the option of designing your workout based on the time you have: pick and choose whichever segments you want to include in your workout and let them play in whatever order you'd like! This best-selling DVD has everything you need for high caliber fitness, peace of mind, and to give your life a total boost!

Ana Brett & Ravi Singh - Kundalini Yoga for Beginners & Beyond  (avi 608mb)

01 Kundalini Yoga for Beginners & Beyond 63:44

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The spirituality of India is blended with modern, electronic influences by Long Island, New York-raised Krishna Das (b. Jeffrey Kagel). The founder of Triloka Records, Das continues to update the musical accompaniment to traditional Hindu chanting and satsong. Influential spiritual leader Ram Dass described Das as "an example of someone whose heartsongs open the channels to God". Das' connections to Indian spirituality developed in his early 20s. Having grown up on jazz, blues and rock and roll, Das was working as a school bus driver when friends inspired him to visit Ram Dass in 1968. Driving six hours through snow, Das arrived at his destination in New Hampshire. Although he only visited with Ram Dass for a few hours, the experience completely altered the course of his life. Two years later, Das traveled to northern India where he spent two years as a devotee of Guru Mahara-ji (Neem Karoli Baba). While in India, Das became involved with the spiritual aspects of the country's music. With his visa expiring, Das returned to the U.S. in March 1972. In 1990, Das founded Triloka Records. The label has become a leading distributor of world music recordings. His debut album, One Track Heart, released in 1996, focused on updated chants from the ancient tradition of Bhakti Yoga (Yoga of Devotion). His second album, Pilgrim Heart, released in 1998, featured a guest appearance by Sting, who sang on the tune "Mountain Hari Krishna" and played bass on "Ring Song." Das continues to conduct intensive seminars, workshops and chanting sessions, issuing Live on Earth...For a Limited Time Only in early 2000.

Considered the leading Western proponent of kirtan chanting, Krishna Das shows his stuff on the double-disc Live on Earth. The live setting is where Das really shines, with posse in tow generally singing in the traditional call-and-response fashion. Devotion flows through his husky baritone voice and enthusiasm abounds in the claps of the group. This is how these mantras are meant to be sung, their blessings showering down on every chanter. The explosive "Radhe Shyam" and "Samadhi Sita Ram" open the session with a bang while praising the glory of Govinda and Ram along with their consorts, Radha and Sita. Then, a hush falls and stillness overwhelms when Das and bansuri flutist Steve Gorn offer themselves at the feet of the guru with "Shri Guru Charanam." Going on like this, balancing the ecstatic and the solemn while holding the sacred, Das makes his offerings to all of the major Hindu deities -- Krishna, Hanuman, Kali, Lakshmi, Rama, and Shiva. Particularly enchanting is the ancient hymn "Hanuman Chaleesa." Das sings it to please his own guru, though it was composed in honor of the monkey god Hanuman, noble hero of the great Indian epic Ramayana. One of the most well-known nama sankirtanas in the West repeats the names of Hare Rama Hare Krishna. Das includes two different renditions, "Three Rivers Hare Krishna" and "Mountain Hare Krishna," perhaps signifying his own fondness for the simple beauty of this chant. For the most part, Das sticks with the tried and true Indian instrumentation of harmonium and percussion to create his sound, though he does add a bit of keyboard, cello, and bass to smooth out the edges and truly make it his own. That's fair, and the result is splendid.

Krishna Das - Live on Earth...For a Limited Time Only  (flac  362mb)

01 Radhe Shyam 10:03
02 Samadhi Sita Ram 11:33
03 Shri Guru Charanam  6:00
04 Three Rivers Hare Krishna 15:12
05 Hanuman Puja  3:48
06 Hanuman Chaleesa  8:33
07 Sita Ram  7:26
08 Jaya Bhagavan  6:43

Krishna Das - Live on Earth...For a Limited Time Only  (ogg 177mb)


Krishna Das - Live on Earth...For a Limited Time Only 2  (flac  401mb)

01 Devi Puja 10:10
02 Jaya Jagatambe 12:22
03 Mountain Hare Krishna 14:02
04 Namah Shivaya 11:57
05 Rama Bolo 10:22
06 Shri Krishna Govinda/Gopala 13:47

Krishna Das - Live on Earth...For a Limited Time Only 2  (ogg 182mb)

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Kundalini Remix reveals a divine convergence. Leave your separateness behind. In these sacred rhythms, you will discover that we are all one. See you in the temples. See you on the dance floor. The DJs on Kundalini Remix have been charged with a sacred task: go into the cave, get the mantra, mix it with your essence and return it to the people. This is the modern-day hero s journey in musical form. Listen. Go deep. Find the truth. Lean into it. The power of the warrior-saint archetype is alive and well in these rhythms. Devotional Electronic Music: The ultimate blend of sacred and worldly. It takes everything into consideration and carries us into a new space of hope, divinity, and boundless energy. A mix of mantras with a beat. Upbeat but not distracting - something that won't put you to sleep but also won't interfere if you're trying to do some work that requires thinking.

VA - Kundalini Remix, Yoga Mantras Revisited (flac  507mb)

1 Snatam Kaur - Mul Mantra (The Sat Nam Remix By Cheb I Sabbah) 5:57
2 Gurunam Singh - Dukh Par Har (Desert Dwellers Breaks Remix) 5:37
3 Mirabai Ceiba - Gobinday (Drumspyder Remix) 6:03
4 GuruGanesha Singh & Snatam Kaur - In The Light Of My Soul (Dj Sharu & Eugene Steele Remix) 5:28
5 Dave Stringer & Karnamrita Dasi - DAja Uttama (Duke Mushrooms "House Of Saints" Remix) 7:20
6 Gurunam Singh - Naam (Milly De Mori Remix) 7:54
7 Guru Singh - Wahe Guru (Mashti Remix) 6:50
8 Nirinjan Kaur - Jai Tegang (Ran Salman Radio Remix) 4:41
9 Thomas Barquee - Om Namah Shivaya (Sonicturtle Remix By Adham Shaikh) 10:29
10 Sat Kartar - Laya Yoga Chant (Makyo Tantric Dub) 11:04
11 Snatam Kaur -  Ong Namo (DJ Nartak & Five Seasons Remix) 4:58

VA - Kundalini Remix, Yoga Mantras Revisited  (ogg 198mb)

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