Pernilla Kannapinn wrote a few words for us to accompany her ‘Morning Prayer to the Universe’ recorded during her quarantine in Greece (music video and lyrics).
‘Mela’ is new project from Chinmaya Dunster and producer/DJ Ben Fordham, who met last year at the Devon Steiner school where they have a child in the same class.
Premgyan presents his song inspired by an early morning in the countryside. Video by Suryam, vocals by Sangit and Premgyan.
Shastro shares two tracks played live together with Purana at Osho Miasto in Tuscany, on 21st March 2019. The video includes an audio quote of Osho.
Chinmaya Dunster shares a song he wrote recently – lyrics are a free translation of Bulleh Shah’s poem, ‘Bulleh ki jaana main kaun?’
Anugraha shares a track from his newly released album, ‘The Early Bird’ and answers why it is his favourite.
A live recording on video at Mandali Centre in Italy of a piece included in Shastro’s new album, ‘Flute Meditations’.
Dhyan Tarpan’s beautiful melody on bansuri, a track nicely crafted as his first homework task for a Logic Pro software course.
A soulful improvisation by Shastro on bansuri and Suyana on vocals, based on Raga Hamsadwani. Soothing to the soul, this is music to travel on a mystical inner journey…
Paul Prem Nadama sings (on video) one of his compositions from his last album ‘There are Times’: “This song was written last year in gratitude to everything Arillas has given and continues to give me whenever I return.”
Track 5 from Sudhananda’s new album ‘Celebrate’: “I wrote ‘We Are One Heart’ in 1982 in Santa Cruz, California shortly after taking sannyas at the Ranch.”
The title track of the first album by the band Ascension, lead by Amano Manish with his compositions on slide guitar.
Prem Paras shares ‘Shambu Shankara’ recorded and filmed on top of the Swiss Alps (with some shots of Kailash).
Mantra singer Sudha shares a track from her latest album ‘In Her Name’ and replies to a few questions.
Listen to Deuter’s relaxing music and watch a video of his photos from travelling all over the world.
Om Prakash shares the first track of his album ‘Pilgrimage’ where he plays the kyo taku, a Japanese flute.
Praful and Manish on video snippets from a concert given at a recent festival at Osho Leela UK. (Note: video no longer available.)