Sadhu (for Rekindling One's Zeal for Spiritual Pursuit) Digital Download ::sacred sound offerings for InnerTuning® of the Chakras:: Kabir was one of fifteenth century India's greatest spiritual poets, who practiced the yoga of breath (svar yoga) and the yoga of sound (naada yoga). In this recording, Sri Shyamji has infused the beautiful words of Kabir's poem with his own unique approach to svar yoga and to naada yoga. This produces a heart-rending feeling in the listener, which kindles a zeal to connect with the Divine within.


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In this poem, Kabir compares the human body to an ancient stringed instrument (made from a gourd) called a tamboura. The overtones produced by the strings stimulate the Chakras and Microchakras.

Kabir stresses the importance of keeping the body in tune, like the strings of a tamboura. He futher stresses that in order for spiritual aspirants (sadhus) to be in tune, they must follow dharma (spiritual responsibilities). To maintain the tuning of the body, one needs a control similar to tightening of the begs of the tamboura. Then life resounds with the divine melody from within.

However, Kabir warns the sadhu not to be proud of this body/tamboura, since, one day, they will both fall victim to Time. Then, the Divine Force (HamSa) will fly away to the Divine melody that you truly are. Kabir adds: "Listen, O Sadhu, follow the True path, guided by the Guru."


InnerTuning® sounds are subtle yet powerful. Adhering to prerequisites ensures best results.

-Have a bowel movement as early as possible (best before dawn) and follow with a shower.
-Wearing clean clothing, sit facing east.
-Play the mantra at a low volume.
-Listen to the mantra for forty consecutive days. After forty days of learning the mantra, chant along.
-While chanting, breathe through the nose only. This will supply the purest prana to the mantra and will enahnce its effectiveness.
-After the recording finishes, continue sitting quietly for a few minutes.

These sounds are to internalize the senses and should not be played for entertainment.

*If these prerequisites cannot be met initially, listen to this mantra when your stomach is empty. Keep your eyes open and fixed downward at a single point.