This morning I felt a strong desire to chant Om Namo Bhagavate Muktanandaya
in the Dhani
raga. As I chanted along with the recording, I felt Gurumayi was chanting to Baba with infinite sweetness and devotion. Listening to Gurumayi’s voice, I was filled with incredible strength, and I experienced my own devotion to Baba. What a beautiful way to begin the day!
San Giorgio a Cremano, Italy
Whenever I want to chant Om Namo Bhagvate Muktanandaya
, this raga
arises naturally and spontaneously in my mind. I enjoy chanting it continuously, whether I am engaged in some work or just sitting.
Chanting or listening to the Dhani raga
melts my heart! It makes me feel totally free, unrestrained by any obstacle, and I am able to feel myself flowing happily in the realm of Consciousness.
Listening to Om Namo Bhagavate Muktanandaya
in this raga
creates a feeling in me that everything is or will be okay; I experience a sense of peace and calm.
The range and breadth of the melody of this chant fills me with large, expansive feelings. As we chant the low rounds, the steady pace of the drum moves me forward, filling me with a sense of potential. Then, as our voices lift up into the high rounds, I expand!
In those moments I know I am capable of love, and I want to give my love to the whole world. This experience reminds me that Siddha Yoga music is such a powerful means to experience the teachings directly—and as my very own reality.
Summer Hill, Australia
I listened to this chant all day today, and I felt so much freedom in my heart. I immediately felt so much gratitude, as I realized that this inner freedom is indestructible.