Siddhartha | Tantra Mantra Yoga: Protection And Guidance

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Tantra Mantra Yoga: Protection And Guidance

by Siddhartha

To receive the full benefit of a powerful Gurmukhi Mantra! It will ascend your energy, and give you fun and pleasure, and help you reach deep meditation. Enjoy and Expand!
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Ad Gure Namay (Dancing Guidance)
10:07 $2.99
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2. Ad Gure Namay (Relaxing Guidance)
11:20 $2.99
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3. Ad Gure Namay (Protection Mantra)
13:10 $2.99
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To fully experiment the grace of this Tantra Mantra Yoga: on the first track, the grooving one, "Dancing Guidance", just let you go totally in a deep free dancing. Dance with closed eyes, with your hands and the whole body, and sing along the mantra until the end of the track. Then lie down on your back, and relax while hearing to the second track "Relaxing Guidance", receiving the vibration of the mantra in the core of every cell of your body, until the end of the track. Then sit up straight, and start meditating this way: join your palm in front of the chest; on the first phrase, "Ad Gure Namay", rise your hands, still palms joined, until the arms are stretched toward the ceiling (or the sky) while singing aloud. On the second phrase "Jugad Gure Namay", open your arms until they reach a 60° degree angle while singing aloud, and on the third phrase, "Sat Gure Namay" go back to position palms joined arms stretched up, and on the last phrase "Siriguru Devenamay" lower the hands palms joined while singing aloud. Keep on doing this cycle until the end of the track. During the instrumental phases, stay palms joined at your chest breathing slowly.

Then stay still, present, aware in silence for a moment.

To fully get the potential of this practice, you should sing 3 times "Ong Namo Gurudev Namo" before beginning and 3 times "Sat Nam" to end. If you're a Kundalini Yoga teacher or advanced student you may also add a short Kundalini Yoga Kriya between the Ong Namo and the dance phase.

Enjoy! And Expand :)

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