The Self-Realization Fellowship monks’ kirtan group performs selections from Paramahansa Yogananda’s Cosmic Chants. Sung with heartfelt devotion and yearning, these chants guide us to dive deeper into the divine presence and joy that can be experienced in meditation.
This uplifting album includes many chants from Paramahansa Yogananda not available on other recordings.
- Invocation to the Gurus
- They Have Heard Thy Name
- Opal Flame
- God of Beauty
- Om Song
- In the Temple of Silence
- Desire, My Great Enemy
- Divine Love’s Sorrow
- From This Sleep, Lord
- Wake, Yet Wake, O My Saint
- What Lightning Flash!
- Why, O Mind, Wanderest Thou?
- Divine Mother’s Song to the Devotee
- Today My Mind Has Dived
- He Who Knows
- In Samadhi
- When My Dream’s Dream Is Done
Total running time 1 hour 39 minutes
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