What is this?
This is a mantra-based chant created to allow the listener to experience the benefits of meditating. The mantra, Aham Brahmasmi, is chanted 108 times. 108 is a sacred, auspicious number in the yogic tradition. By listening to this mantra, the vibrational benefits can create a sense of calm and help keep you centered and in a better state of mind.
Staying positive and thinking clearly is more important than ever. We’re all absorbing massive amounts of stress right now - new updates on Covid19, the world’s economy, and rising unemployment. It’s all adding up. It's time for us to be strong and stay centered.
How does it work?
Set 15 minutes aside before you begin your day and listen to the mantra. Watch your breath as it goes in and out. When your mind wanders, don’t worry, just go back to watching your breath. In. Out. In. Out. You can do this seated like a yogi, in a chair like a human, laying in your bed like a cat, or even walking. You don’t need to do anything else. The sound of the mantra will do all the work.
Who is behind this?
Developed and created by Michael Raso and Tatyanna Wright. Chanted by Annemarie Brown, Sattva Yoga Academy meditation and mantra teacher based in Rishikesh, India and composed by JSM Music, the preeminent global commercial music and production agency.