Mantra and Kirtan
This chant praises sacred names of King Ram and his beloved wife Sita. They represent a higher love/devotion in the great Epic the Ramayana. Remember when we open our hearts in love, we find Consciousness dwells within all of us.
Sita Ram Sita Ram Sita Ram Jaya Sita Ram
Ganesh is the elephant-headed God of Beginnings, as he stands at the entrance or dorrway. Ganesh is also know as the Remover of Obstacles. If you are stuck and are looking for a way through, Ganesh may provide insight.
Jai Ganesha Jai Ganesha Pahiman, Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha Rakshaman,
Gum Ganapataye Namo Namah, Gum Ganapataye Namo Namah
This mantra evokes divine consciousness: God is ‘all that is’, that is the Truth. May we experience peace and joy and freedom from suffering.
- Om Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma
- Purushothama Paramatma
- Sri Bhagavathe Sametha
- Sri Bhagavathee Namaha
- Hare Om Tat Sat…
Govinda Jaya Jaya
This chant praises the sacred names of a young Krishna (Govinda) and Radhe. In their mythical love story, they remind us that we have everything inside ourselves for our own fulfilment. We don’t have to go outside of ourselves.
- Govinda Jaya Jaya Gopala Jaya Jaya
- Radha Ramana Hari Govinda Jaya Jaya