Amritanjali CD, Vol. 66Devotional songs recorded live at Amma's ashram in India
From the powerful and moving solo by Swami Amritaswarupananda of Amma Ki Chaya, to the vivacious Vraj Me Aisa, this volume is truly filled with extraordinary devotional music. Amma's singing in Tere Siva Kaun Hey is deeply soulful. This bhajan asks, "Who is there other than you, Krishna? Don't let go of me now, don't let go of my handů Who will understand the pangs of this aching heart? Whom else can I call?" And another all-time favorite, Alo Mi Mate, exalts, "You are the only one whom I can call my very own. O Mother, there is no comparison to the love You shower upon us... Seeing You in everybody, may I selflessly serve one and all."
About devotional singing, Amma has said: "Children, bhajan sung with one-pointedness, will benefit the singer, the listener and also Mother Nature. Such songs will awaken the listeners minds in due course. Bhajan is a spiritual discipline aimed at concentrating the mind on one's Beloved Deity. It matters not whether one believes in Krishna or Christ, Mother Kali or Mother Mary; a formless God or even a flame, a mountain or an ideal such as world peace can be meditated upon while singing. By letting the mind expand in the sound of the divine chanting, each one can enjoy the peace born of one's inherent divinity."
Amma Ki Chaya Me, Vraj Me Aisa, Tere Siva Kaun Hey, Sri Ramachandra Krpalu, Kalimate Jag Ki Mate, Alo Mi Mate
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