<script language="javascript" src="https://www.eassistancepro.com/track/ishashoppe/526/1/"></script><a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="requestChat('ishashoppe', '526', '578');"><img src="https://www.eassistancepro.com/default/578/526/" border="0"></a>

Vairagya - Bonding with Beyond

Be the first to review this product

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 5 chants, 4 are sung by Isha Brahmacharis.

$10.00

Vairagya - Bonding with Beyond Zoom

Details

Vairagya consists of 5 chants, each with its own unique hue. First, the Nirvana Shatakam is an outstanding composition by Adi Shankara, embodying the essence of vairagya. This chant is regarded as synonymous with the path of brahmacharya. The Guru Paduka Stotram is a devotional tribute in gratitude and praise of the sandals of the Guru.

Brahmananda Swarupa (“the image of the Creator’s ecstasy”) is a consecrated mantra which one can chant throughout the day to connect to Sadhguru’s energy and Grace. Aum Namah Shivaya, known as the “Maha Mantra” is a very powerful arrangement of sounds which forms an integral part of a Brahmachari’s sadhana. It is also the highlight of the Mahashivaratri meditations at Isha Yoga Center. Shambho (“the auspicious one”) is a very gentle and beautiful manifestation of Shiva who readily responds to those who call upon Him. It is chanted daily by Brahmacharinis during pradakshina of Dhyanalinga.

Vairagya Videos:

Additional Information

SKU # MU121
Weight 0.2500
Language Sanskrit
Running Time 51.17
Year Published 2013
Media Type Audio CD
Disc Set Single
Featured Items No
Country of Manufacture India

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Vairagya - Bonding with Beyond

How do you rate this product? *

  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Price
Quality
Value

Product Tags

Other people marked this product with these tags:

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.