Well, the last few days have been pretty much sharing different Gurbani clips. It has been more about sharing the vibration of Gurbani and the Sound-current than of words in the blog. Music and Gurbani are so much of my every day life. I treasure these little jewels. I always keep Gurbani playing in my home and listen to music all through the day. It definitely enhances my day and gives me an extra boost.
It has been shown how words, thoughts and music effect water (and ultimately a person), so naturally the vibration of music and Gurbani can have a big impact on our lives.
So far you there have been quite different styles that I have posted. I got a few requests for some “western” Gurbani. So, I took a few minutes and looked though my hard drive, and found a few live recordings that I haven’t yet edited or done anything with. These are not studio recordings and were recorded with my little Nomad Jukebox Mp3 player/recorder in 2003.
I know most of you have heard of Snatam Kaur and her beautiful musical voice. She has such a gift and it is so great to see her use it for the betterment of humanity (touring around and recording music which promotes peace and acceptance).
Here are some recordings of our morning Sadhana. We normally do seven different meditations as part of our daily practice (Sadhana). Here are a few that I recorded of Snatam Kaur and Guru Ganesha Singh leading the meditations in the early hours of the morning in 2003 during one of their visits to Espanola.