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This audio is about why it is difficult to explain or remember transcendental states experienced by yogis in deep meditation. In a world without duality there is neither the knower nor the known. There is a process of knowing that is not within the grasp of the mind and the senses since they do not participate in the transcendental states. 

Direct download: a-world-without-mirrors_01.mp3
Category:Hinduism -- posted at: 12:55pm EST

Sri Rama Rakshasthothram is a very powerful prayer used by devotees to seek the protection of Lord Rama, who is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Those who chant it regularly or listent to it everyday are said to attain mental peace, prosperity and happiness. It is especially recommended for those who have difficulties in their lives or suffering physical or mental health problems, problems from enemies, restlessness, and relationship problems. This is is a complete recitation of Rama Rakshasthothram along with the introductory verse that explains its greatness.

Direct download: rama-raksha-sthothram_01.mp3
Category:Hinduism -- posted at: 11:51am EST

These twenty four names are chanted during evening prayer (sandhya vandanam) by devout Hindus. The evening prayer is from the Yajurveda and believed to be very powerful. The prayer contains the 24 names of God and the practice of uttering them is known as Achamanam. 

Direct download: achamanam.mp3
Category:Hinduism -- posted at: 9:46pm EST

Some melodies and solemn sounds of mixed emotions. Listen to it in quiet surroundings with your eyes closed, and mind and heart open. Composer: Jayaran V

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Category:Music -- posted at: 2:49am EST

Music with a cheerful note and positive vibrations for the beginning of a great day. Will be ideal for a ringtone. Composer: Jayaram V

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Category:Music -- posted at: 1:09am EST

You are a bubble in the ocean of existence. That bubble is your individuality. It creates the veil of separation between you and the rest of the world as subject and object. When you remove the veil and burst the bubble you become the One seer who sees all with a thousand eyes and with hands and feet everywhere.

Direct download: you-are-a-bubble-in-the-ocean-of-existence_01.mp3
Category:Spiritual -- posted at: 12:39am EST

A presentation on the importance and significance of Manusmriti or the Laws of Manu in the historical development of Hinduism and a critical overview of its contents and themes.

Direct download: manusmriti-introduction_01.mp3
Category:Hinduism -- posted at: 1:55pm EST

This is the audio version of a chapter from the Book, Essays on the Bhagavadgita by Jayaram V, titled The Meaning of Yoga in the Context of the Bhagavadgita. The author explains how the definition of yoga is different from the classical definition of yoga  mentioned in the Yogasutras and why it is significant.

Direct download: the-meaning-of-yoga_01.mp3
Category:Hinduism -- posted at: 1:03am EST

This composition is digitally created with melliflous sounds that march on with the invigorating energy like that of the early spring

Direct download: spring-march-052015.mp3
Category:Music -- posted at: 12:31am EST

Adversity can make or break your life. It all depends upon whether you take it as a personal challenge or take it personally as a sign of failure. In adversity you are bound to suffer from conflict, self-doubt, alienation, and even depression, as people abandon you or lose faith in you and your ability to solve your or their problems. Adversity may come into your life because of your actions, inactions, actions of others, or purely because of circumstances. In some religions it is considered a consequence of past karma. Adversity is the bitter fruit that everyone has to taste at sometime or the other.

Direct download: adversity_01.mp3
Category:Self-Help -- posted at: 12:36am EST

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