Sounds of the Chakras (cd-bok)
60m min
Destiny Recordings
120 x 139 x 12 mm
90 g
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1 compact disc
Sounds of the Chakras (cd-bok)

Sounds of the Chakras

CD-bok Engelska, 2004-03-01
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A companion to Harish Johari's book Chakras: Energy Centres of Transformation this CD provides the authentic sounds for meditation on each of the chakras. While Johari's book gives phonetic guidelines for intoning the appropriate bija sounds learning the correct pronunciation requires a knowledgeable teacher and guide. In SOUNDS OF CHAKRAS Johari presents the entire intonation cycle that should be practiced with each chakra meditation in a manner that students can follow with ease. (cdzm, cdxm)
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"Johari. . . has impeccable enunciation and he both educates and elevates listeners with this invaluable pronunciation guide for the 50 Sanskrit letters. . . . The sounds on this CD are so enthralling it's easy to see why many people find recitation so powerfully transformative."--Richard Rosen, Yoga Journal, July/August 2005

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A true renaissance man, Harish Johari (1934-1999) was a distinguished North Indian musician, composer, poet, artist, gemologist, Tantric scholar, and author who held degrees in philosophy and literature. His books include "Ayurvedic Massage, Tools for Tantra, Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine, Leela: The Game of Self-Knowledge, Numerology, Numerologia, The Healing Power of Gemstones," and "Breath, Mind, and Consciousness." He has produced several audiocassettes, including "Sounds of Tantra, Attunements for Day and Night," and "Attunements for Dawn and Dusk." <br>Here is a hot link to a web site dedicated to Harish Johari's work that was set up by his students. http: //