This part of the Rudrashtadhyayi Podcast is the Sanskrit recitation of the fifth chapter of the Rudrashtadhyayi.
This part of the Sanskrit Chandi Path Recitation is Shree Maa chanting the Kilka Stotram, The Praise Which Removes the Pin. To open the pin is very clearly written, “Just as we give, so shall we receive.” This is the form of the pin with which the door to the secret is closed and secured.
This part of the Rudrashtadhyayi Podcast is the Sanskrit recitation of the sixth chapter of the Rudrashtadhyayi.
This part of the Sanskrit Chandi Path Recitation is Swami chanting the Vedoktam Ratri Suktams, The Vedic Praise of the Night of Duality. These mantras say here we are in the field of duality. Now, we want to move from the darkness of duality to the perception of the Goddess who is unity.
This part of the Sanskrit Chandi Path Recitation is Swami chanting the Tantroktam Ratri Suktam, The Tantric Praise of the Night of Duality. These are the mantras that Brahma sang to the Divine Mother, in the form of Yoga Nidra, in to wake the Supreme Consciousness, Vishnu, who was in the sleep of Divine Union.
Shiva is the Consciousness of Infinite Goodness. His dance is the dance of transformation and his drumbeat is the rhythm of all creation.
In this podcast series Swami Satyananda Saraswati chants the Sanskrit from the Advanced Shiva Puja. It is an excellent opportunity to learn the pronunciation and meter of the Sanskrit mantras.
The Chandi Path is the recitation of the adventures of She Who Tears Apart Thoughts, and it is the story of our journey to enlightenment. In this class series Swami Satyananda Saraswati chants the Chandi Path in Sanskrit. This series offers a wonderful opportunity to learn the pronunciation and meter of the Sanskrit mantras.
The Samasti Upasana, or Cosmic Puja, is the meditation and worship of all the forms of Divinity in the universe. It is a technique to move beyond duality.
In this series, Swami Satyananda Saraswati chants the Cosmic Puja in Saskrit. It is a wonderful resource to learn the pronunciation and meter of the mantras.
This part of the Sanskrit Chandi Path Recitation is Swami chanting the Sri Devyatharvasshirsham, The Highest Meaning of the Goddess, which is also known as the Devi Upanishad. It takes all the unity of the Goddess and explains the Navarna mantra and the Kali Vidya of the Sri Vidya mantra. It also explains the meaning of the bija (seed) mantra hrim.
This is the podcast of Shree Maa chanting Durgā’s mantra, Oṃ Hrīṃ Śrīṃ Duṃ Durgāyai Namaḥ
In this podcast series Swami Satyananda Saraswati chants the Sanskrit mantras from the Hanuman Puja book. Hanuman, the Divine Monkey, is the emblem of pure devotion and selfless loving service. By performing His worship, we too become filled with pure love and devotion.
This is the podcast of the Swami Satyananda chanting the Lalita Trishati Stotram, the great mantras of the Song Containing Three Hundred Names of the Playful Divine Mother.
Listen as Shree Maa and devotees sing the Mahamrtyunjaya Mantra, which is a powerful mantra for both and individual and global healing.
The Rudrastadhyayi, also called the Rudri, is an ancient and celebrated Vedic Sanskrit hymn to Lord Shiva. It consists of eight chapters that emanated from the Shukla Yajur Veda and conveys the passionate worship of Lord Shiva.
This podcast series has Swami Satyananda Saraswati chanting the Sanskrit verses of this ancient scripture.
The Sundar Kanda is the Beautiful Chapter from the Ramayana. It describes how Pure Devotion in the form of a flying monkey (Hanuman) jumps over the ocean of worldliness to find the Pure Nature of Consciousness.
In this series, Shree Maa, Swamiji, and devotees chant the Sundar Kanda in Sanskrit with musical accompaniment and uplifting devotion.