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Kundalini Yoga music

Jai Ram Kaur Hergo - Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Kundalini Yoga is rich in music and it is really so helpful for many women to play this music at home, during the birth and also after. The sounds and syllables in this music are actually expressions of an exact science. Mantras are particular sounds which are vibrational templates for certain states of mind and experiences. They have a glandular effect.

Think about the continuity for the baby too, reminding of the time of bliss and security of the womb as well as the deep cellular effects of the high quality vibrations. Babies hear through the womb. Studies have shown that new-born babies hearing sounds and music they heard in the womb respond positively. The test was to let them hear music from the womb when they sucked in a certain way and a different music when they sucked in another way. The babies consistently sucked in the way that gave them the womb music.

Any music that calms you or helps you go within or which you simply just really love can be good for the birth. You can find alot of Kundalini Yoga music on www.spiritvoyage.com - available in CD or MP3.

Kundalini Yoga artists who are my personal favourites are Niranjan Kaur, Snatam Kaur, Mirabai Cebai, Ram Singh and Ram Dass Singh, but there are lots of other good ones too. The Adi Shakti mantra in call and answer form which we use in class as a meditation is also to be found on that website. The singers are Gurudass Kaur and Singh.

Feel free to get in touch if you have questions.

 

 

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