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Sat Nam The Grace Within You by Gurutrang Singh Khalsa


Beautiful song by Aman Ryuseke Seto

I'm sorry
Please forgive me
Thank you
I love you

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Sing the Water Song

Sing four times, each time facing one of the four directions in this order: 

East, South, West, North


Nee bee wah bow

En die en

Aah key mis kquee

Nee bee wah bow

Hey ya hey ya hey ya hey

Hey ya hey ya hey ya ho


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The Water Song Project engages women around the world to become keepers of the water in spirit and action.

This Algonquin Water Song expresses loving gratitude for the water and raises the consciousness and connection of women with Mother Nature’s greatest gift. The song is easy to learn, and our hope is that millions of women will sing it, raising their own connection and awareness of the water they interact with daily even in the shower or at the sink. Sing it 4 times, facing each of the 4 Directions. We believe this is a powerful step to change, leading to both a spiritual as well as environmental shift on our planet.

This song was written by Irene Wawatie Jerome for Grandfather William Commanda's 2002 Circle of All Nations gathering. It is recorded with permission from the Wawatie and Commanda families and the Circle of All Nations Foundation and the Elders in Canada. Grandfather William Commanda's legacy is to being pride and restoration back to the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota lands, culture and spirituality.

Sing the Water Song website

"All life is sacred.  We come into Life as sacred beings.  When we abuse the sacredness of Life we affect all Creation." 
— Chief Arvol Looking Horse of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations

I Am by Aykanna (7 : 36)

Mantra - Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om (10:18)
means 'peace'

OmShanti (6:26)

Hare Krishna Hare Rama by Krishna Das (8:53)

Maha Mantra "Great Mantra"

Hare Ram Hare Krishna by Krishna Das (22:50)

Lyrics Translation:
"I bow to the Soul of all. I bow to my Self. I don't know who I am, so I bow to you, Shiva, my own true Self. I bow to my teachers who loved me with Love. Who took care of me when I couldn't take care of myself. I owe everything to them. How can I repay them? They have everything in the world. Only my love is mine to give, but in giving I find that it is their love flowing through me back to the world...I have nothing. I have everything. I want nothing. Only let it flow to you, my love... sing!"

Jai Jagdeesh - In Dreams (7:43)


Know you are loved
Rest in peace
Dream your sweet dreams
"Til your soul is released

Beloved Child
My heart is yours
Beloved Child
Go out and open doors
With your love
With your faith
With your compassion
With your grace
Oh, with your grace

Beloved Child
You are the light of the world
Beloved Child
Go out, spread light to the world
Be strong, be kind, be brave
Know your mind
know that you're are divine
Know that it's alright to be afraid

I am the Light of My Soul - Sirgun Kaur & Sat Darshan Singh (8:11)


Amazon Rainforest with music (26:12)

"You Are Love" Visualization

Rainforest Sounds (no music) (11:03:39)

Deva Premal & Miten with Manose - Shine Your Light

Jai Uttal - Hara Hara Mahadev / Om Namah Shivaya
(Kirtan! The Art And Practise Of Ecstatic Chant)

Hara Hara Mahadev (15:00)

Which means that every one is capable of being a Mahadev with the right actions as God resides in every person. 

Jai Uttal - Om Namah Shivaya (Full Song) (24:00)


Om Namah Shivaya mantra is sung by devotees in prayers and recited by yogis in meditation. It is associated with qualities of prayer, divine-love, grace, truth and blissfulness.

Traditionally, it is accepted to be a powerful healing mantra beneficial for all physical and mental ailments. Soulful recitation of this mantra brings peace to the heart and joy to the [Ātman] or Soul. Sages consider that the recitation of these syllables is sound therapy for the body and nectar for the soul [Ātman]. The nature of the mantra is the calling upon the higher self; it is the calling upon shiva, the destroyer deity, to aid in the death (destruction of ego) and rebirth achieved during meditation. This goes generally for mantras and chants to different gods, which are different aspects of the higher self.

Hari Guna Gao - Jai Uttal (6:56)

Hari Guna Gao... Radha Guna Gao... Krishna Guna Gao

hari: A name of Vishnu. Literally "the remover," as in the One who removes all suffering and all veils of ignorance. 

guṇa: Hindi for "song."

gao: Hindi for "sing." As in, "Sing the song of Hari, Sing the song of Radha, Sing the song of Krishna..."

rādhā: Beloved of Krishna, embodiment of spiritual love, and the Goddess of the universe. 

kṛṣhṇa: An avatar, or incarnation, of Vishnu, the preserver of the universe. He is the supreme being, the Atman, the inner soul, and is known for His radiant beauty, playful qualities, and transcendent flute playing. 

For some bhakti traditions, Radha's importance approaches or even exceeds that of Krishna.
She is considered to be his original Shakti, the Supreme Goddess.

Snatam Kaur - Light of the Naam - (Full Album) (1:12:49)

Waah Yantee - Creativity
The Mul Mantra - Inner Truth
Sat Siree Siree Akaal - Beyond Death
Rakhay Rakhanahaar - Protection
Waheguru Wahe Jio - Victory
Guru Ram Das Chant - Grace and Humility
Dhan Dhan Ram Das Gur - Miracles
Take Me In

Snatam Kaur - Shanti- Full Album (1:11:17)

Tracks list:
Ek Ong Kaar  (0:00)
Dayndaa Day  (8:37)
Aakhan Jor  (16:50)
Hariaa  (24:01)
Suni Ai Listening Meditation  (36:17)
Suni Ai Listening Celebration  (44:03)
Guru Ram Das  (51:20)
Ong Sohung  (1:02:06)

Snatam Kaur - Liberations Door - (Full Album) (1:12:41)