TRIPLE MANTRA for TRIPLE POWER to COMBAT Adversity

☯ Full Mantra
Aad Guray Nameh, Jugaad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Dev-ay Nameh
Aad Such Jugaad Sach Hai Bhi Sach Nanak Hosi Bhi Sach
Aad Such Jugaad Sach Hai Bhi Sach Nanak Hosi Bhi Sach

☯ Meaning
I bow to the primal Guru.I bow to the thruth that has existed throughout the ages I bow to True Wisdom. I bow to the Great Divine Wisdom

True in the beginning, true throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak, truth shall ever be.
True in the beginning, true throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak, truth shall ever be.

☯ More Info
Triple Mantra clears all types of psychic and physical obstacles in one’s daily life.Listening to or chanting TRIPLE MANTRA will strengthen your magnetic field and keep negativity away.

Understand ~ Meditate ~ Chant ~ Spread Peace

☯ How to do Kundalini Meditation with this Mantra? A beginner’s Meditation Technique.
1. Find a comfortable position to sit. You can sit in a Lotus Position, or simple straight up on a chair with your back straight. The real goal is not how you sit, real goal is to breathe correctly and easily, and a posture which allows you to bring attention to breathing.
2. You can now start the track in the background, but please read the meaning of the Mantra.
3. Gently Close your eyes.
4. Next step is to block all the thoughts running in our minds. Its very difficult to control the mind directly, here is where breathing will help us. Start concentrating on your in and out breath, follow its path, as it enters from your nose, into your lungs, expanding the chest and then slowly leaving your body. Let your breathing stabilize and follow a rhythm.
5. Then start relaxing your body, and you breathe out, softly expel all the tension, stress in your body, in your face, in your arms, shoulder, legs, and mind.
6. Now its time to concentrate on the meaning of the Mantra. You can chant it if you have by-heart it, but transformation begins from understanding. So you can let the track run in the background, as you concentrate on the meaning of the Mantra. Meditate on the meaning, go deep, develop your own understanding. And as you get comfortable, you can chant, sing along.
7. Meditate atleast for 11 Mins twice a day. If you have more time, you can meditate for as long as you want.
8. Once you are finished, gently rub your hands together, and once they are warm, keep them on your eyes, and remove slowly as you open your eyes with a new you.
☯ Meditative Mind’s Playlist of Mindfulness Meditation Mantras

☯ Other Helpful Mindfulness Meditation Mantras
Mantra for Deep Healing | RA MA DA SA : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6SahYTDe1Y

Mantra for Healing | Bhaj Mann Mere : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLHSusyZ8yU

Mantra to Remove Confusion | Jehi Vidhi : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia8iOcCDoGE

Mantra for Protection | Aad Guray Nameh : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip971obPAOQ

Mantra for Positive Energy | Tohi Mohi Mohi Tohi : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gar2vKmnqcs

More Mantras here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip971obPAOQ&list=PLsuCfYXzi5DLQmw5DbidL4xfFk2bNHXuq

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Composition, Music & Vocals by : Dilpreet Bhatia

From PAIN to BLISS with this Amazing Mantra ! Seriously

Go from Pain to Pure Bliss and deep Inner Peace with this Meditation Mantra for Healing Pain.

☯ Full Mantra
Dukh Par Har Sukh Ghar Lai Jae

☯ Meaning of the Mantra
I here by surrender all my pain to my Har, to my Hari, to my God, to that infinite source of all of us, what ever you call it and I feel deep peace within.

As you meditate with this Mantra, develop your own understanding, which will lead to a deeper connection with the one during meditation. You give up the pain, the sorrow, the anger and the space thus created, that vacuum is filled with love and peace.

Understand ~ Meditate ~ Chant ~ Singalong

~ Dukh Par Har Sukh Ghar Lai Jaae ~

☯ How to do Kundalini Meditation with this Mantra? A beginner’s Meditation Technique.
1. Find a comfortable position to sit. You can sit in a Lotus Position, or simple straight up on a chair with your back straight. The real goal is not how you sit, real goal is to breathe correctly and easily, and a posture which allows you to bring attention to breathing.
2. You can now start the track in the background, but please read the meaning of the Mantra.
3. Gently Close your eyes.
4. Next step is to block all the thoughts running in our minds. Its very difficult to control the mind directly, here is where breathing will help us. Start concentrating on your in and out breath, follow its path, as it enters from your nose, into your lungs, expanding the chest and then slowly leaving your body. Let your breathing stabilize and follow a rhythm.
5. Then start relaxing your body, and you breathe out, softly expel all the tension, stress in your body, in your face, in your arms, shoulder, legs, and mind.
6. Now its time to concentrate on the meaning of the Mantra. You can chant it if you have by-heart it, but transformation begins from understanding. So you can let the track run in the background, as you concentrate on the meaning of the Mantra. Meditate on the meaning, go deep, develop your own understanding. And as you get comfortable, you can chant, sing along.
7. Meditate atleast for 11 Mins twice a day. If you have more time, you can meditate for as long as you want.
8. Once you are finished, gently rub your hands together, and once they are warm, keep them on your eyes, and remove slowly as you open your eyes with a new you.
☯ Meditative Mind’s Playlist of Mindfulness Meditation Mantras

☯ Other Helpful Mindfulness Meditation Mantras
Mantra for Deep Healing | RA MA DA SA : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6SahYTDe1Y

Mantra for Healing | Bhaj Mann Mere : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLHSusyZ8yU

Mantra to Remove Confusion | Jehi Vidhi : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia8iOcCDoGE

Mantra for Protection | Aad Guray Nameh : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip971obPAOQ

Mantra for Positive Energy | Tohi Mohi Mohi Tohi : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gar2vKmnqcs

More Mantras here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip971obPAOQ&list=PLsuCfYXzi5DLQmw5DbidL4xfFk2bNHXuq

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☯ CREDITS
Photo :Pixabay.com used under License: CC0 Public Domain
Composition, Music & Vocals by : Dilpreet Bhatia

21 Mins | 7 Chakras Indian Classical Raagas | Meditation Music

21 Mins of 7 Chakras Meditation Music feat. Indian Classical Raagas

Root Chakra – Raag Shayam Kalyan
Sacral Chakra – Raag Yaman
Solar Plexus Chakra – Raag Bhimpalasi
Heart Chakra – Raag Ahir Bhairav
Throat Chakra – Raag Desh
Third Eye Chakra – Raag Bhoopali
Crown Chakra – Raag Darbari

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Yoga for Health – International Yoga Day Special

At Meditative Mind, we feel elated to celebrate 1st International Yoga Day, And thats why we created this special Indian Traditional Flute Music @ 432Hz for you all. Practice Yoga with this music in the background or use it for relaxation.

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As a part of Celebrations we are giving away a collection of beautifully engineered Interstellar Space Sounds for 7 Chakras absolutely free. This is our Thank You to you. Go to the link here : http://meditativemind.org/International-Yoga-Day

Yoga is a mind and body practice with historical origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Like other meditative movement practices used for health purposes, various styles of yoga typically combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. This fact sheet provides basic information about yoga, summarizes scientific research on effectiveness and safety, and suggests sources for additional information.

Key Facts

Recent studies in people with chronic low-back pain suggest that a carefully adapted set of yoga poses may help reduce pain and improve function (the ability to walk and move). Studies also suggest that practicing yoga (as well as other forms of regular exercise) might have other health benefits such as reducing heart rate and blood pressure, and may also help relieve anxiety and depression. Other research suggests yoga is not helpful for asthma, and studies looking at yoga and arthritis have had mixed results.
People with high blood pressure, glaucoma, or sciatica, and women who are pregnant should modify or avoid some yoga poses.
Ask a trusted source (such as a health care provider or local hospital) to recommend a yoga practitioner. Contact professional organizations for the names of practitioners who have completed an acceptable training program.
Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health approaches you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.
About Yoga
Yoga in its full form combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and a distinct philosophy. There are numerous styles of yoga. Hatha yoga, commonly practiced in the United States and Europe, emphasizes postures, breathing exercises, and meditation. Hatha yoga styles include Ananda, Anusara, Ashtanga, Bikram, Iyengar, Kripalu, Kundalini, Viniyoga, and others.

What the Science Says About Yoga

Current research suggests that a carefully adapted set of yoga poses may reduce low-back pain and improve function. Other studies also suggest that practicing yoga (as well as other forms of regular exercise) might improve quality of life; reduce stress; lower heart rate and blood pressure; help relieve anxiety, depression, and insomnia; and improve overall physical fitness, strength, and flexibility. But some research suggests yoga may not improve asthma, and studies looking at yoga and arthritis have had mixed results.

  • One NCCIH-funded study of 90 people with chronic low-back pain found that participants who practiced Iyengar yoga had significantly less disability, pain, and depression after 6 months.
  • In a 2011 study, also funded by NCCIH, researchers compared yoga with conventional stretching exercises or a self-care book in 228 adults with chronic low-back pain. The results showed that both yoga and stretching were more effective than a self-care book for improving function and reducing symptoms due to chronic low-back pain.
  • Conclusions from another 2011 study of 313 adults with chronic or recurring low-back pain suggested that 12 weekly yoga classes resulted in better function than usual medical care.

However, studies show that certain health conditions may not benefit from yoga.

  • A 2011 systematic review of clinical studies suggests that there is no sound evidence that yoga improves asthma.
  • A 2011 review of the literature reports that few published studies have looked at yoga and arthritis, and of those that have, results are inconclusive. The two main types of arthritis—osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis—are different conditions, and the effects of yoga may not be the same for each. In addition, the reviewers suggested that even if a study showed that yoga helped osteoarthritic finger joints, it may not help osteoarthritic knee joints.

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Extremely Powerful Heart Chakra Healing Meditation Music | Chakra of Love and Emotions

Also known as the 4th or Heart Chakra, the Anahata is our energy center from which love, joy, happiness and compassion emanate from. It also allows us to feel sorrow, sadness, anger, and lust, all of which are feelings of the lower heart chakra – but essential in understanding ourselves in this World, so that we may over-come them and move to the Higher Heart, where Pure, Unconditional Love exists.

639Hz is the frequency resonates with the vibrational frequency of the Heart Chakra. and this music features 639Hz as its root note and other image frequencies and harmonies which helps in balancing the Heart Chakra through meditation.

When your heart chakra is in balance you will feel a great compassion for all living creatures, and will recognize their amazing intelligence! You will be kind, caring, understand, joyous and outgoing, feeling completely at ease with yourself and the people in your life. You will understand others and accept them for who they are; you will not judge or be critical of their actions. Spending time alone is something you do not mind, and you are not rushing into one relationship after another, infact, you would rather wait for the “right” one to come to you – because you know it will come to you when the time is right.

It is the chakra of yang, or positive energy, connecting the lower chakras to the higher ones and is very important in your spiritual healing and evolutional development. When it is open fully, the Heart Chakra becomes what the Buddhists call Mahakaruna, A Channel for Universal Compassion – Our True Self. It is here where we invite this Infinite Love to flow through us, allowing it to heal ourselves and others. The lesson of the Heart is that we first must Love and Accept ourselves before we can Love Others.

Color of associated with Heart Chakra is Green
Frequency : 639Hz

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