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1. Shiva Shiva

Shiva Shiva

Mahashivarathri 2015 is almost here and here's a song to get you in the spirit of the season. Listen in and let the effortless jive sway you away.

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2. Shiva Stotram

Shiva Stotram

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4. Alai Alai

Alai Alai

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5. Nirvana Shatakam

Nirvana Shatakam

“Vairagya” literally means “transparent.” Just as clear flowing water in the river acquires the color of the soil beneath, one who is transparent has no color of his own. Color is a product of the breaking up of light, the basis of our ability to see. Vairagya is an unbroken or “free-of-all-distortion” state that can light the world. It is only in a state of vairagya one can see as It Is. Essentially, vairagya means to be as the Creator intended – not bound to any particular aspect of life, the only bond with the Beyond, the source of Creation. Vairagya is the second album in Sounds of Isha’s “Mantra Series,” and consists of chants sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

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6. Brahmananda Swarupa

Brahmananda Swarupa

“Vairagya” literally means “transparent.” Just as clear flowing water in the river acquires the color of the soil beneath, one who is transparent has no color of his own. Color is a product of the breaking up of light, the basis of our ability to see. Vairagya is an unbroken or “free-of-all-distortion” state that can light the world. It is only in a state of vairagya one can see as It Is. Essentially, vairagya means to be as the Creator intended – not bound to any particular aspect of life, the only bond with the Beyond, the source of Creation. Vairagya is the second album in Sounds of Isha’s “Mantra Series,” and consists of chants sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

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7. Bloom

Bloom

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8. Shambho

Shambho

“Vairagya” literally means “transparent.” Just as clear flowing water in the river acquires the color of the soil beneath, one who is transparent has no color of his own. Color is a product of the breaking up of light, the basis of our ability to see. Vairagya is an unbroken or “free-of-all-distortion” state that can light the world. It is only in a state of vairagya one can see as It Is. Essentially, vairagya means to be as the Creator intended – not bound to any particular aspect of life, the only bond with the Beyond, the source of Creation. Vairagya is the second album in Sounds of Isha’s “Mantra Series,” and consists of chants sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

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9. Bilvashtakam

Bilvashtakam

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12. Guru Paduka Stotram

Guru Paduka Stotram

“Vairagya” literally means “transparent.” Just as clear flowing water in the river acquires the color of the soil beneath, one who is transparent has no color of his own. Color is a product of the breaking up of light, the basis of our ability to see. Vairagya is an unbroken or “free-of-all-distortion” state that can light the world. It is only in a state of vairagya one can see as It Is. Essentially, vairagya means to be as the Creator intended – not bound to any particular aspect of life, the only bond with the Beyond, the source of Creation. Vairagya is the second album in Sounds of Isha’s “Mantra Series,” and consists of chants sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

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13. Aum Namah Shivaya

Aum Namah Shivaya

“Vairagya” literally means “transparent.” Just as clear flowing water in the river acquires the color of the soil beneath, one who is transparent has no color of his own. Color is a product of the breaking up of light, the basis of our ability to see. Vairagya is an unbroken or “free-of-all-distortion” state that can light the world. It is only in a state of vairagya one can see as It Is. Essentially, vairagya means to be as the Creator intended – not bound to any particular aspect of life, the only bond with the Beyond, the source of Creation. Vairagya is the second album in Sounds of Isha’s “Mantra Series,” and consists of chants sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

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14. Wholeness

Wholeness

“The fundamental strength of India is that we are a land of seekers – seekers of truth and liberation. This spiritual thread is what keeps us together as a Nation.” – Sadhguru ‘Wholeness’ was a 90-Day program conducted by Sadhguru in 1994, with a small band of seekers. Many years later, with the Isha Yoga Center more established, ‘Wholeness’ became the name of a 7-Day introductory program, also conducted by Sadhguru. One of our early attempts at instrumental music, this song, ‘Wholeness’, was intended as an ambience to start the program on the first day – a way for the participants to settle into Sadhguru’s presence and be open to the process.The name ‘Wholeness’ has managed to stick all these years, thanks to the program, but the music has undergone various transformations and permutations. We have also been fortunate to have several professional artists come and contribute their expertise, enhancing the overall musicality of the piece. Here is the latest rendering – a live recording in the presence of Sadhguru. To Download - https://www.ishashoppe.com/downloads/portfolio/wholeness-music/

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15. Adiguruve - Samskriti

Adiguruve - Samskriti

The song sung by Isha Samskriti children at the start of the Sadhguruvudan Isha Yoga programs.

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16. The Seed

The Seed

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17. Adiyogi Song ft. Kailash Kher & Prasoon Joshi (Full version)

Adiyogi Song ft. Kailash Kher & Prasoon Joshi (Full version)

In homage to Adiyogi, the first yogi, famed singer Kailash Kher has composed an all-new song with lyrics by poet and writer Prasoon Joshi. Come and bask in the grace of Adiyogi. Click here for more details: http://isha.co/2m06izJ Follow Sounds of Isha on facebook.com/soundsofisha and twitter @SoundsofIsha ******************************* Lyrics in English: door us aakaash kee gaharaiyon mein ik nadee se bah rahe hain AdiYogi shoony sannaate tapakate ja rahe hain maun se sab kah rahe hain AdiYogi yog ke is sparsh se ab yogmay karana hai tan man saans shaashvat, sanan sananan praan gunjan, dhanan dhananan utaren mujh mein AdiYogi yog dhaara chhalak chhanachhan saans shaashvat, sanan sananan praan gunjan, dhanan dhananan utaren mujh mein AdiYogi utaren mujh mein AdiYogi pees do astitv mera aur kar do chura chura poorn hone do mujhe aur hone do ab poora poora bhasm vaalee rasm kar do AdiYogi yog utsav rang bhar do AdiYogi baj uthe ye man sitaaree, jhanan, jhananan, jhanan, jhananan saans shaashvat, sanan sananan praan gunjan, dhanan dhananan saans shaashvat, sanan sananan praan gunjan, dhanan dhananan utaren mujh mein AdiYogi yog dhaara chhalak chhanachhan saans shaashvat, sanan sananan praan gunjan, dhanan dhananan utaren mujh mein AdiYogi utaren mujh mein AdiYogi *******************************

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18. Shiv Shabdam

Shiv Shabdam

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19. Uyirnokkam - Ft. Shankar Mahadevan

Uyirnokkam - Ft. Shankar Mahadevan

We're delighted to have Shankar Mahadevan sing with us on this song! Available for download soon at http://isha.co/Sounds_Of_Isha “Uyirnokkam” is an inspired creation by Sounds of Isha based on Tamil lyrics originally written by Sadhguru. The title of the song means the “purpose of life is life itself”. Replying to the much asked question, “What is the purpose of life?”, Sadhguru has often answered that life is too big for any purpose – this is the essence of “Uyir Nokkam.” In Sadhguru’s words, “Right now, for most people, life means their job, the new house they’re building, the car they bought, their family and so many other things. That’s not life. It is not even your body, mind, thought or emotion. Life means what’s throbbing within you. It is only because “this” is ON that everything else seems to be meaningful. If “this” stops, nothing around you will mean a damn thing to you or anyone. And life is a purpose unto itself, it need not have another purpose. It is a big enough phenomenon. Its magnitude is too large for it to be focused on something else. It is a purpose and an end unto itself.” Follow us on Facebook

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