In modern times people the world over are ever more drawn towards the ancient science of yoga and meditation in order to relieve physical and mental stress. Yoga practice has its roots deeply embedded in the Indian sub continent where it is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism and Buddhism. Practiced widely in varied forms the primary aim of yoga is to help attain physical and mental discipline through various practical techniques. Mastering these techniques ultimately leads the practitioner to higher states of consciousness.
It has been shown that music plays a major role on helping one to relax or meditate. The Indian Bansuri and the hundred stringed santoor have always been a very likeable combination. In yoga cycle therefore the sweet resonant sound of the santoor in the hands of Pandit Ulhas Bapat and the magical Mystical Bamboo flute of Rakesh Chaurasia combine to create sublime music to assist in the practice of Yoga.
Just as the day follows the night in an infinite cycle Indian music reflects the change of moods one experiences during this time through (colors the mind). The raags used in yoga Cycle reflects this the flow of the cyclinal music is unhurried and undisturbed. It helps create a complete atmosphere of bliss and harmony for the mind Body and Soul. Yoga Cycle presents soothing music that will help practitioners of every kind of Yoga and Meditation to experience ultimate bliss and happiness.
|1||Daybreak – Raag Malaymarutam||9:35|
|2||Sweet Morning – Raag Janasammohini||9:46|
|3||Peaceful Dusk – Raag Bhupali||9:57|
|4||Tendor Evening – Raag Hansadhwani||9:46|
|5||Mother Divine – Raag Durga||9:55|
|6||Joyous Farewell – Raag Des||9:38|