Routine 1


Note: April 13th: There is 3 amazing new blogs available: “Mantra Yoga, Kundalini Yoga & Meditation” Enjoy!

Routine 1

This playlist has several Mantras, several sets of Kundalini Yoga and  Meditation videos. Mantra helps to relax and connect to our higher consciousness, this is also the case for yoga and meditation. Traditionally Kundalini yoga is done to prepare and facilitate the meditation, because it helps stop the thinking process and raise the vibratory frequency; so the meditation would immediately follow the yoga set. For the Mantras, you may listen, or you may want to chant along, as it is traditionally done, you would chant throughout the length of the video or as much as you desire or need; it is recommended to chant at least 3 minutes to attain higher healing benefits; you only have to let the playlist run from one video to another and chant.

How to chant mantra: When you chant, sit confortably with your back straight if possible, either watch the videos or close your eyes focusing on the point in the center of the forehead, take a deep breath that reaches the navel point, and then chant the entire mantra from this navel point during the entire exhale, continue to repeat the process as you continue chanting. But remember that even listening to Mantra will help attain a state of mindfulness and relaxation which has great health benefits.

The introduction to Kundalini Yoga set and the other sets  are very easy and could be done anywhere, even at work; any of these yoga sets can be done in a chair which is good for people who have any physical limiting problems; I have knee problems so I skip exercises and do only what I can do; Kundalini Yoga is also excellent for raising the vibratory frequency; the instructors explain all the health benefits throughout the duration of the videos.

For the meditation or mindfulness segment, you may want to do at least 10 minutes to gain benefits; while meditating you would need to stop the thinking process and concentrate on the breath which should be as slow as possible, deep inhale and deep exhale that reaches the navel point; you can either focus on the images and the music on the videos, or you may close your eyes; you may either sit in a chair or the floor comfortably, with the back straight, or you may lay down, being careful not to fall asleep.

The Mantra, Yoga, and Meditation routine will elevate your vibration, detoxify, rejuvenate, and relieve stress; most importantly, it heals. Mantra chanting produces a vibratory frequency that works on the body, mind and spirit the same way as when you take a pill, it triggers chemicals in your body that repair and heal. You can spread out the routine throughout the day or week as is convenient for your schedule; it is important to understand that providing the body, mind and spirit an opportunity to relax and rest promotes health wellness and you will be more energetic, creative, productive and joyful. Research shows that it is during states of rest and relaxation, as well a non-thought state of mind, or neutral mind, and an emotional state of optimism, that the body is able to activate its self-repair mechanisms and restore its health to wellness and healing; this is also the case to prevent illness and imbalance (Rankin, 2013).

The ‘Mantrapedia’ in the menu, provides the meanings to the mantras. The lyrics follow below or you may print them from the ‘Mantras-print’ in the menu, so you can expand the image, and enjoy chanting along; the images are beautiful and very relaxing.

I have additionally added a yoga routine in Spanish, as well as some more relaxation music for working or study and music for sleeping of a duration of up to 11 hours, for those nights that it is difficult to fall asleep. I also added the Hooponopono mantra from the Hawaiian wisdom traditions in routine 9. Enjoy!


NOTE: To view all the videos in the YouTube playlist, you  may either press the right arrow” on the right-hand side of the screen OR you can press the word “Playlist” on the top-left hand side of the screen, and you may click one you would like to see; after you choose press again in same place and you will exit into the video itself.

In case of technical problems, the direct link in Youtube for the playlist of this routine is:


Playlist-Routine 1

Complete mantras:

Mantra 1: Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo Guru Dev Namo Guru Deva
Mirabai Ceiba, video Naraya999

Mantra 2: Om Namah Shivaya Raam
Jai Jagdeesh

Mantra 3: Om Tare Tuttare Ture Suaha
Deva Premal, video Mer Vivar

Mantra 4: Humee Hum, Too(n) Hee Too(n), Wahe Guru, I am Thine, in Mine MyselfWahe Guru
Mirabai Ceiba, video Mer Vivar

Mantra 5: Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad, Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar
SatKirin Kaur Khalsa

Mantra 6: Satigur kar deenai, asthir ghar baar; Jo jo nind karai in grihan kee, Tis aagai hee maarai kartaar; (all lines repeat); Angel Divine, Angel of mine, this humble prayer I offer at your feet, keep this home safe and warm all through the night, hold your beloved children tight, all through the night, all through the night; Satigur kar deenai asthir ghar baar, Nanak daas taa kee saranaa-ee, Jaa koo shabad akhand aapaar (all lines repeat); Angel Divine, Angel of mine, this humble prayer I offer at your feet, keep this home safe and warm all through the night, hold your beloved children tight, all through the night, all through the night (words English & Spanish on video)
Jai Jagdeesh, video Mer Vivar

Video 7: All is Welcome Here
Miten and Deva Premal, video posted Captain Schnoodl
Lyrics: Broken hearts and broken wings bring it all, everything, and bring the song you fear to sing, all is welcome here. Even if you broke your vowel 1000 x’s come anyhow, we’re stepping into the power of now and all is welcome here…, la la la…See the father and the son reunited, here they come dancing to the sacred drum; they know they’re welcome here. I see the Shaman and mighty priest, see the beauty and the beast singing I have been released and I am welcome here. La la… I stood alone at the gateless gate too drunk on love to hesitate, to the winds I cast my fate and the remness of my fear. I took a deep breath and I left and woke as if I never slept, tears of gratitude I wept and I was welcome here. La la ….So bring your laughter and bring your tears, your busy lives and your careers, and bring your pain you’ve carried for years, all is welcome here, freedom is not so far away there’s only one price we have to pay that’s to live our dreams till they fade away and let them go, live our dreams and let them go. La la la la… 

Mantra 8: Om Shree Sache Maha Prabhu Ki Jai; Paramatma Ki Jai; Om Shanti Shanti Shanti
Deva Premal, video Mer Vivar

Mantra 9: Tumare Darshan Ki bela, Ye mausam ras rachane ka (2x); Liye ullas ki sanse; Samai masti me jine ka (2x).
Deva Premal and Miten and friends

Mantra 10: Om Ram Ramaya Suaaha
Deva Premal and Miten

Mantra 11: Hari Om, Shiva Om, Shiva Om, Hari Om
Deva Premal and Miten

Mantra 12: Om Kumara Kushalo Dayayei Namaha
Deva Premal, video Helio Matahari

Mantra 13: Jai Daa Daa
Tina Turner & Children from -Children Beyond Album

Mantra 14: Ang Sang Wahe Guru

Kundalini Yoga -videos in English

Video 15: Introduction to Kundalini Yoga YogaVision

Video 16: Kundalini Yoga: Master your domain  Anne Novak

Video 17: Kundalini Yoga: Yoga for Real Life Maya Fiennes

Video 18: The Mantras of Kundalini Yoga for healing yourself  Maya Fiennes

Kundalini Yoga-videos in Spanish

Video 19: Kundalini Yoga para desintoxicar y desestresar - parte I calentamiento -Maya Fiennes

Video 20: Kundalini Yoga para desintoxicar y desestresar - parte 2 la rutina -Maya Fiennes

Meditation Music

Video 21: 1 Hour Healing Meditation Music from ‘Eternal Light’ Endless Sky Album YellowBrickCinema

Video 22: Best Asian Chillout  Playmaster 169

Video 23: Relaxing Sacred Andes Mountain Flute Music RichardJurgens

Relaxation Music for Working, Study or Sleeping

Video 24: 8 Hours Sounds waterfalls, nature -good for sleeping JohnnieLawson

Video 25: Jazz Instrumental Smooth Bossa Nova Musica Mix

Video 26: Relaxing Piano Music with Ocean Sounds Playmaster 169

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.