Ami Dang
Meditations Mixtape, Vol.1

12,00

in stock

why we love this

Soothing meditations for the anxious mind and the weary soul. Listen to it in its entirety and just allow all the tension you're holding to float away.

about the cassette

Ami Dang was inspired to create this album after her aunt and uncle became very ill with coronavirus. Her family held a virtual prayer and service to commemorate the Sikh holiday Vaisakhi, and her mother asked her to perform a shabad, or Sikh hymn, for the online gathering. "I probably sing hymns at family occasions at least a couple of times a year, but every time, I forget how much the music and my voice move and uplift people."

Her goal is to fully engage my mind in these quiet moments and try to push out the nervous, upset, or worried thoughts. In the process, re-evaluate your relationship to the material goods around you and remember that the only thing that is going to get us through this is love, belief in humanity and lifting up everyone. Together, we are divine, and to feel truly peaceful and secure (on the individual level), we must have a society that treats everyone equally and where everyone is uplifted.

Prayer (and moments of internal reflection) feel more important during this time--for too many reasons. We’re living in an unprecedented time of change: it’s difficult to plan anything this year, and a dark shadow has fallen over the world. Whether you or a loved one are ill, you’ve lost work, or are feeling general anxiety about the state of the world, these meditations are for you.

  1. 1 - Satnam Waheguru 5:00
  2. 2 - Ajooni 4:39
  3. 3 - Simplicity Mind Tool 4:40
  4. 4 - Tension, Tension, Release 4:29

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Ami Dang
Meditations Mixtape, Vol.1

12,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Satnam Waheguru 5:00
  2. 2 - Ajooni 4:39
  3. 3 - Simplicity Mind Tool 4:40
  4. 4 - Tension, Tension, Release 4:29

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why we love this

Soothing meditations for the anxious mind and the weary soul. Listen to it in its entirety and just allow all the tension you're holding to float away.

about the cassette

Ami Dang was inspired to create this album after her aunt and uncle became very ill with coronavirus. Her family held a virtual prayer and service to commemorate the Sikh holiday Vaisakhi, and her mother asked her to perform a shabad, or Sikh hymn, for the online gathering. "I probably sing hymns at family occasions at least a couple of times a year, but every time, I forget how much the music and my voice move and uplift people."

Her goal is to fully engage my mind in these quiet moments and try to push out the nervous, upset, or worried thoughts. In the process, re-evaluate your relationship to the material goods around you and remember that the only thing that is going to get us through this is love, belief in humanity and lifting up everyone. Together, we are divine, and to feel truly peaceful and secure (on the individual level), we must have a society that treats everyone equally and where everyone is uplifted.

Prayer (and moments of internal reflection) feel more important during this time--for too many reasons. We’re living in an unprecedented time of change: it’s difficult to plan anything this year, and a dark shadow has fallen over the world. Whether you or a loved one are ill, you’ve lost work, or are feeling general anxiety about the state of the world, these meditations are for you.

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