Balance your mind, body and soul with mantras performed with the sparse, all-acoustic instrumentation and intense vocal harmonies of early rural Appalachian music. From each of these mantra recordings the rich, living overtones of the human voice combine with the deep resonance of wood, strings and skins, to create a beneficial sonic structure for peace, healing, inner knowing and protection. All chants are sung in English or Gurumukhi. All chants are Kundalini Yoga mantras except for the song "Rumi Banjo," which is based on Coleman Bark's translation of Rumi's poem, "Like This."
“Every element of the universe is in a constant state of vibration manifested to us as light,sound and energy. The human senses perceive only a fraction of the infinite range of vibration, so it is difficult to comprehend that the Word mentioned in the Bible is actually the totality of vibration which underlies and sustains all creation. A person can tune his or her own consciousness into the awareness of that totality with the use of mantra. By vibrating in rhythm with the breath to a particular sound that is proportional to the creative sound, or sound current, one can expand one's sensitivity to the entire spectrum of vibration. It is similar to striking a note on a stringed instrument. In other words, as you vibrate, the universe vibrates with you.”