We are at a breaking point throughout the collective. It is a breaking down of old structures, outdated thinking, and obsolete pattering. Equally so, it gives rise to a breaking open of a higher consciousness crying out to be heard by a world that must now receive its wisdom, frequency, and emergent shift of perspective.
GuruGanesha Singh's album Born to Be Loved is an introspective musical conversation that pulls you towards the raw and beautiful pulse of life. The album was born of the painful experience of unearthing revelations of great injustices and loss in his intimate circles, sharing the fragility of life, love, and the search for meaning. The title track, "Born to Be Loved," offers a sincere prayer of hope and reassurance. It gives all who need to hear it the affirmation of goodness, kindness, and love. GuruGanesha Singh's tender, gravelly voice echoes over rich acoustic guitar with a message desperately needed in a world filled with so much tragedy.
What is the true meaning of Mindfulness? Eckhart speaks with renowned Buddhist meditation teacher and author Jack Kornfield about mindfulness and its relation with presence.
A Hindu chant sung by Tina Turner translated as "May well-being, peace, wholeness and tranquility, happiness and prosperity be achieved by all."
In this video, Eckhart describes the art of remaining alert when in dialogue.
Eckhart reminds us that spirituality is not something separate from daily existence; on the other hand, the more “spiritual” you are, the more “ordinary” you are.
The voice of Donna De Lory is like a gift from the heavens—expansive in its range and beauty. It has ignited dancefloor hits and blended in exquisite harmony with iconic pop singers like Madonna, Carly Simon, and Bette Midler. Nearly infinite in its shadings, that same voice has enraptured the yoga music community with groundbreaking mantra albums like The Lover & the Beloved, Sanctuary, and The Unchanging.
Grammy nominee - Jahnavi Harrison special performance for MantraLive project.
"Happiness, joy, peace, contentment, and a sense of well-being are hidden within us. When we begin to see that they don't come from the outside, then we no longer get disappointed by looking for something where it is not." ~ Krishna Das