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Musings Meditation, the Japji Sahib and Sikhism

An Early Meditation and the Japji Sahib leads to a Renewed Interest in Sikhism and Kundalini Yoga
The Meditation

Over the last few days I have changed up my morning routine. On the days that I am not working at Target, I have started my morning with a twenty-minute meditation. Typically, my meditation comes after my yoga. Both times I have done this my meditation has been very very good. I think I will keep it that way at least for a while. I also think the music I used for the soundtrack.had a hand in making the meditation better. Both days the soundtrack was from the album Alive in the Vortex by Steve Roach.  Steve Roach is one of those musicians whose name I know but whose music I never listen to much. I think I’ll have to change that, and check out some more of his stuff.

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Saturday Morning Meditation and Exercise

The Meditation Music of Peter Kater

The Meditation Music of Peter Kater provides the Soundtrack 

So this morning I decided that I was sufficiently well enough to do my exercise routine that includes a combination of Kundalini and regular exercises coped with light weights and resistance band exercises. The first thing that I did though before starting the routine was to pick out the soundtrack for the exercises. I chose The Meditation Music of Peter Kater. From Amazon:

Enjoyed in spas and wellness centers across the country, Peter Kater’s original music for the healing arts has become a staple for practitioners in every modality. The Meditation Music of Peter Kater presents tracks chosen by Peter from his Healing Music series and his rich catalog of work that has earned him eight Grammy nominations in the last nine years. Relaxing and expansive, these are pieces ideally suited for formal meditation or contemplative practice of any kind More.

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