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This photograph depicts Rama Setu, the bridge that Lord Rama built to Lanka to defeat the demon king and rescue his wife. The Ramayana says that each stone in this bridge is inscribed with the name Rama.
The full recording of this namasankirtana is available in the Siddha Yoga Bookstore
on the CD Sounds of the Heart.
When I hear the voices of Gurumayi and the children in this beautiful chant, I feel so light inside and I experience the purity that flows so naturally in the chant. Listening to it leads me to a deeper silence inside my being.
Reading how the chant Rama Rama Ram
was created and composed by Gurumayi made my experience of listening to it and chanting it so full of that beneficial virtue, appreciation. With gratitude flowing through my mind and heart, I chanted along with the audio clip eleven times. As I chanted, the sweetness of the children’s voices and the love resonating in Gurumayi’s voice washed through me. I appreciated the composition and raga
so much. I felt like I was being led through the darkness into the light, like Lord Rama’s own journey.
As I continued to follow the progression of the chant, I felt my energy rise from the base of my being to the very top. At this point I felt infused with light. What a generous gift to us all that we can so readily be reminded of the presence of light through this beautiful chant!
I offer my heartfelt gratitude to beloved Gurumayi.
South Yarra, Australia
Today I had a beautiful experience while playing this chant and listening to the music, the voices, and the words. After a few minutes, I joined in myself, and found myself chanting for more than an hour. At one point, my body felt totally weightless. I felt I was in the ocean of devotion, where I could feel the presence of Gurumayi, Baba, and Bade Baba.
How joyful it has been to chant Rama Rama Ram
this morning along with Gurumayi and the children. It uplifted my spirit and made my soul soar.
While listening to this beautiful chanting, I prayed for the world, “May everyone be happy and healthy, loved and protected by our Shri Guru’s grace. And may good triumph over evil.”
Shubh Ram Navami!
I love to hear this namasankirtana
! I put it on this morning and felt motivation and strength while singing it.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil