Sounds of Tantra: Mantra Meditation Techniques from Tools for Tantra

Sounds of Tantra: Mantra Meditation Techniques from Tools for Tantra

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By (author) Harish Johari

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  • Publisher: Destiny Recordings
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 124mm x 137mm x 10mm | 45g
  • Publication date: 28 April 2004
  • Publication City/Country: Rochester, VT
  • ISBN 10: 1594770034
  • ISBN 13: 9781594770036
  • Edition: 1, Abridged
  • Edition statement: Abridged
  • Sales rank: 222,094

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In "Sounds of Tantra," Harish Johari demonstrates the correct intonation of mantras, or words of power, that are used when meditating on the beautiful geometric paintings of yantras. In the Indian Vedic tradition, regular chanting or listening to these mantras is considered a potent means of bringing about specific effects, including the removal of obstacles, attainment of wealth, increase of love, and freedom from fear of death. These sounds also produce excellent health benefits. This two-CD set is a useful companion to Johari's book "Tools for Tantra" and also can be used as a background for meditation.

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A true renaissance man, Harish Johari (1934-1999) was a distinguished North Indian musician, composer, poet, artist, gemologist, Tantric scholar, and author who held degrees in philosophy and literature. His books include "Ayurvedic Massage, Tools for Tantra, Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine, Leela: The Game of Self-Knowledge, Numerology, Numerologia, The Healing Power of Gemstones," and "Breath, Mind, and Consciousness." He has produced several audiocassettes and CDs, including "Sounds of the Chakras, Attunements for Day and Night," and "Attunements for Dawn and Dusk." Here is a hot link to a web site dedicated to Harish Johari's work that was set up by his students. http: //www.sanatansociety.com/artists_authors/aa_harish_johari.htm