Deva Premal is a classically trained musician and specialises in Bhakti yoga. She grew up singing mantras in her German home. Her albums, The Essence, Love Is Space, Embrace and Dakshina have become popular in yoga studios and healing centers throughout the world. Her latest album, The Moola Mantra, features a 50 minute extended presentation of a mantra received while on a meditation retreat with Miten at the Oneness University in Chennai, India.
Her new album Mantra for Precarious Times offers a selection of seven mantras. Each mantra is chanted an entire mala. For 108 times. According to the Vedic scriptures, our bodies contain 72,000 energy channels these are called Nadis. There are 108 nadis in total.
By chanting a mantra 108 times, the energy permeates the entire body. Each track is about 7-9 minutes in length, which is short enough to try and fit into our daily lives and long enough to feel the effects of the mantra.
If any of you are interested in taking a look at this CD, then take a peek – Deva Premal Sings the Moola Mantra