Meditative Ram Mantra Chanting - Ram Mantra Meditation

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Meditative Ram mantra chanting by Anandmurti Gurumaa from mantra meditation album 'Ram Ras'.

About Ram Ras

‘Ram Rameti Rameti, Rame Raame Mano Rame,
Sahasranama Tatulyam Rama Nama Varanane’
It is said that chanting the holy name ‘Rama’ just once is equivalent to singing a thousand names divine. Immeasurable is the power of this divine name Rama! Sages have spoken on the greatness of ‘Rama Nama’ since time immemorial. Rama is not only the name of Lord Rama, but also signifies the omnipresent, all pervading eternal conciousness, dwelling within every particle of this universe. ‘Rama Nama’ was sung with great love and devotion by devotees of ‘saguna’ or Lord with form as well as ‘nirguna’ or the formless divine! What is it in this ‘Name’ that makes saints so intoxicated with love ?
Partake of this blissful experience with Gurumaaji and all devotees of the Lord in ‘Ram Ras Kirtan’.
The beauty of this kirtan is that Gurumaaji chants with you, she sings with you and at every step reminds you to be present and sincerely sing the holy name with all your heart, mind and soul! This japa meditation begins with long deep breathing and chanting Ram with every breath. Gurumaaji describes this as a purification of the heart before welcoming the beloved to reside in it! This chanting gradually melts into a vibrant kirtan which makes a devotee sing and dance without any inhibitions. The chants build up, reach a crescendo and die down, only to build the enthusiasm all over again. This mantra meditation ends with a blissful prayer of sharing the nectar or ‘Ram Ras’ with every soul around and bowing down in utter gratitude to the ‘Ram’ within your own heart.

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