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  • December 2023
  • December 2023
  • December 2023

Gurudeva Hamara Pyara

Calendar of Namasankirtanas
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When I listen to these namasankirtanas, I feel calm. I feel one step closer to the Guru. If I am in a tight situation and I think about the Guru, that helps me solve my problems.

a ten-year-old from Mumbai, India

My favorite practice is chanting. I love having the different chants available to me every day on the Siddha Yoga path website. After I chant, I am easily drawn into a deep state of meditation.
Calling to God by different ragas and mantras evokes different feelings in me. For example, when I chant Om Gurudev in the Darbari Kanada raga, I recall my Shri Guru, and my eyes become moist with tears of compassion. When I chant the mantra Om Namah Shivaya in the Bhimpalasi raga and then meditate, I am drawn inward into ultimate peace.
Chanting the Name brings such deep meaning to my life.

Ahmedabad, India

I am thankful for this ongoing daily connection to the Siddha Yoga teachings via these chants. The purity and devotion in the voices of the ensemble soothe and nourish each cell of my being. And the joy and peace I feel each day as I listen and chant propel me contentedly into the day’s unfolding.

Melbourne, Australia

I so love having these namasankirtanas available to us! Every day I listen to the namasankirtana of the day. Sometimes I sit quietly for a few minutes just listening; other times I play it while doing household chores like arranging paperwork, placing flowers in a vase, or sweeping the floors. Some days I play it only once before sitting for meditation.

Many of the namasankirtanas remind me of earlier times in my life when I chanted them. They are like a magic thread bringing a sense of continuity to my life. I recognize the changes in myself and in the world that have occurred since I started following the Siddha Yoga path nearly forty years ago. I also think of the Siddha Yogis around the planet who might be listening to the very same namasankirtana at exactly the same moment and may be contemplating similar insights and memories.

California, United States

When I listened to today’s namasankirtana, my mind took me to Gurudev Siddha Peeth, where I have not yet been in person. Listening to Jay Jay Muktananda takes me into the silence that I adore and connects me to the sacred place that the Siddha Masters have walked and loved.

San Giorgio a Cremano, Italy

Whenever I listen to or sing these namasankirtanas, I feel the Guru in me. It’s like the flame of the Guru has suddenly started to burst in me. When I listen to these namasankirtanas I feel very calm, I feel like I am immortal, I feel like I am God. I feel like the Guru is chanting with me.

A nine-year-old from Mumbai, India

Since 2019 my daughter, my husband, and I have been regularly reciting the Shiva Arati and chanting the daily namasankirtana together at home in the evenings. I am very happy to be able to so easily participate in the practice of chanting in this way, because of the availability of this calendar of namasankirtanas on the Siddha Yoga path website. It gives me the opportunity to regularly engage with the Siddha Yoga practices and connect with Shri Guru.

Thane, India