Moksha: Music Therapy Through Words for Conquering Worldly Mental & Physical Pain
A Vocal from India (Audio CD)

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Pt. Bhimsen Joshi, Sangeet Maartandaya Pt. Jasraj, Gaan Saraswati Smt. Kishori Amonkar, Dr. Bala Murli Krishna, Pt. Rajan Sajan Misra and Bhakti Kavi Narayan Agrawal Das NarayanN A Classical (2007)

Krishna Krishna Bhorahin Mukh Bole 1
Pt. Jasraj
Prabhu Ke Charanarvind Mein 2
Pt. Bhimsen Joshi
Shyam Tum Ghanshyam 3
Dr. Balamuralikrishna
Ab Krupa Karo Shreeram 4
Pt. Rajan Sajan Mishra
Nainan Neer Bahe 5
Smt. Kishori Amonkar
Ab Krupa Karo Shreeram (Repeat) 6
Pt. Rajan Sajan Mishra
All bhaktipadas by
bhakti Kavi Narayan Agrawal ‘Das Narayan’
Here our Moksh (Salvation) helps us in conquering our worldly mental as well as physical pain and getting freedom from them. Whenever one listens to hearts inner pain which overflows as sweet melodies from the mouth of great singers in form of lyrics all forms of troubles from our mind are driven away, sometimes through tears or at other times by stimulating deep thought.

Raags have such an effect on ones senses that they start functioning normally. Body & Soul become pure & one gets release from many diseases. One can thus improve Ones health through constant practice. Not only humans but it also affects lower forms of life like animals, birds and even plants. Therefore we have incorporated this (Raga based Bhajan) rendition in Music Therapy, along with worship one gets the benefit of Music Therapy. Through repeated listening & singing if these hymns (Bhajans) thousands of sad and troubled people have been relieved of their miseries & have virtually got a new lease of life. When a devotee tells the Lord all his troubles, he is greatly relieved. His subconscious becomes peaceful. And if one has peace of mind then one is safe from diseases like High Blood Pressure, Low Blood Pressure, Mental Disorders, Depression, Tension. Brain Hemorrhage, Heart Attack, Madness & even Cancer.

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