Chakra Dhyana, A Musical Path to Meditation

Hollywood (California), USA – World music label Kosmic Music has released a musical path to meditation with Chakra Dhyana. Chanted by Sri Krishnaraj Bhagavaddasa, one of the male Guides (dasas) at the Oneness University, with music scored and programmed by G Sathyaprasad, this 50-minute guided meditation features traditional Mantras for activating the seven Chakras (energy centers). Kosmic Music will release Chakra Dhyana on July 10.
 The Chakra Dhyana is a very powerful sadhana (spiritual practice) used to awaken the Kundalini and aid in coping with daily stress. Beginning with the root Chakra and ending with the coronary, Chakra Dhyana includes Indian chants that create a unique guide to the deepest form of meditation that can also be used for deep relaxation if the guided meditation is not being done. The mystical tones motivate and provide insight on each Chakra, allowing for an incredible transformation of the body, mind and soul. One can achieve absolute rejuvenation by simply listening and visualizing each Chakra while listening to the soothing mantras of "Chakra Dhyana."

Chakras are energy centers in the body, which responds to Mantra (Chanting), Gandha (fragrance), Asana (posture) and Yantra (Visualization). The latent Spiritual energy in man, described as the Kundallini Sarpa, awakens and flows through these Chakras by opening up higher dimensions in the human Consciousness. The practice of Chakra Dhyana is entirely based on this ancient wisdom about the Kundallini and Chakras.

Voice over is by Sri Krishnaraj Bhagavaddasa, who resides in a monastery in South India. Bhagavaddasa’s voice guides the listeners about the posture, breathing pattern, and concentration on various chakras to ultimately aid in the Awakening of the Kundalini. His voice has been called a "divine gift," inspiring relaxation and ultimately raising the overall consciousness of the listener.

Buy Chakra Dhyana.

Author: World Music Central News Department

World music news from the editors at World Music Central