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My Only Refuge

Shri Krishna sharanam mama is an ancient Indian mantra which has such depth of meaning. The reason I wanted to record this mantra is because it stands at the heart of my life purpose and music. The mantra’s mood is about taking shelter in divine refuge. This was relevant thousands of years ago and still is the predominant mood for anyone on a Spiritual path of self-enlightenment in the current age.

To remember who we truly are in relationships to the divine.

As we are seeing right now on the world stage the tumbling down of long-standing institutions it’s a great reminder that the only true refuge lies in divine love and truth. This track has moved people to tears and emotional releases. The power of love lies deep within this mantra and I’m so happy to share it with you.

Vraj Devi
Vraj Devihttps://www.vrajdevi.com/
Vrajdevi is a heartfelt Yoga Teacher, Kirtan leader, Mantra musician, and Wellbeing Therapist. She has been in the healing arts world since a young child growing up with ancient Maori healing practises of New Zealand. She comes from a lineage of tribal shamanic healers. Vrajdevi has been trained in a variety of healing arts including Buddhist meditation, Taoist Tantra and Hindu Vedic Yoga-based practises. She loves sharing these practises with others and has been doing so for over 15 years. She has devoted her life to these ancient Yoga paths and will take you on a journey of the mind, body, and soul. Connecting to one's original nature and cultivating sacred inner awareness. Vrajdevi has lived in India meeting many inspirational musicians of the heart. She has always loved ancient songs from her heritage of New Zealand Maori prayers and songs and become immersed in the Indian classical style devotional music. “Music that moves the soul is what I live for” - Vrajdevi

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