Mata Mandir Singh and Friends | Japji (Yoga of Sound Series)

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Japji (Yoga of Sound Series)

by Mata Mandir Singh and Friends

The Classic Japji Sung in Gurmukhi and English. This beautiful double album features an extensive 44 page booklet with translations, transliterations, and meditations for each Puri.
Genre: New Age: Spiritual
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1. Japji in English
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New and improved remastered version! All 38 pauris on the Gurmukhi CD have markers which may be looped and used for individual meditations. Extensive 44 page booklet includes translations, transliterations, and meditations for all 39 Pauris. Download album features 38 separate meditation files (Gurmukhi Pauris) as well as the complete continuous version.

JapJi is the very first composition in the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, (the Sikh Scripture), and is a fundamental description of Gods nature and the nature of man and the universe. Japji is the poetic meditation which links the mind of man to his soul or infinite nature, and relates to the element ether. Japji has the power to control ones "Ji” or soul. Whenever you cannot feel your soul or when the radiance of your soul is weak, Guru Nanak* gave Japji to recite. He said that the forty pauris (stanzas) would liberate humanity from the cycles of birth and death. Each pauri addresses different aspects of the relationship between man and God and each has a specific power and gift that comes with it. The particular power of each pauri lies in the combination of sounds which create the chemical and magnetic change in and around the being who recites it. Enjoy! - Mata Mandir Singh


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