Create a free account to bookmark your favorite tracks, follow teachers, and meditate with friends. Lovely imagery, perfect pace, and one of my favorite mantras. This is definitely one of my favorite guided meditations. Very deep and renewing of spirit. Loved the 10 minutes of silent meditation. I had shivers all over my body at some parts of the meditation. It never felt so easy to let go of everything, like with this meditation. Wonderful music and very comfortable voice to listen to. Will keep this meditation in my favorites and definitely try the other stuff from the Bhaktas. I got to know about them, when I found their cosmic kiirtan on YouTube absolutely beautiful btw!
Together, the mantra may be translated as "only the name of the beloved. An additional interpretation is that love is the essence of everything. While this mantra has a simple meaning specifically, it has an expansive interpretation. Each of these definitions contains an accuracy and slightly different nuance regarding this mantra. It speaks of tremendous spiritual truth and its popularity can be seen as an endorsement of its effectiveness. The mantra is popular because of its flowing words and is used often in kirtan , chanting groups and festivals, and at yoga studios. Read: Chanting: Align With Life.
Baba means "beloved," nam means "name" and kevalam means "only. The Baba Nam Kevalam mantra can also take on a meaning that love is everywhere and is the essence of everything. This mantra is used for practice of kirtan in Ananda Marga, a socio-spiritual organization in India that teaches Tantra yoga and meditation. In Ananda Marga, it is believed that Baba Nam Kevalam is the most effective and universal mantra because it does not mention any concrete god or goddess, but is focused on love in general, uniting different spiritual traditions. Also in Ananda Marga, it is believed that this mantra eliminates the negative thoughts from the mind and helps to create inner peace. This helps the practitioner to solve problems as the mind becomes less complicated. To sing and dance with Baba Nam Kevalam is believed to help heal mental, spiritual and physical disorders. To help you bring attention to your doshas and to identify what your predominant dosha is, we created the following quiz. Try not to stress over every question, but simply answer based off your intuition. After all, you know yourself better than anyone else.
In the various practices of Ananda Marga, the importance of maintaining ideation is always emphasized. In other words, it is essential to be aware of the meaning and intention of what we are practicing. This also applies to kiirtan, Baba nam kevalam. We repeat these three words so often that we do not always keep in mind the powerful meaning behind them, or we do not understand it so deeply.