As the first of a two-part CD collection, Amrita Mala Vol. 1 includes many of the requested chants and prayers that were missing from the original versions. On this CD you will find the Suprabhatam, a chant which wakes up the beloved diety; the Guru Stotram, an important prayer from the Guru Gita, an ancient volume of verses in praise of the Guru; the Guru Padaka Stotram, verses written by the great sage Adi Shankaracharya, praise the significance of the Guru's sandals; the Dhyana Sloka & 108 Names of Amma, the 108 Names of Amma were written by a renouned poet from Kerala, and are chanted every day in all of Amma's ashrams around the world; the Sri Lalitha Ashtottara Shatanamavali, a beautiful, slowly chanted devotional chant dedicated to Goddess Lalita; and Arati and Closing Prayers, also chanted in all of Amma's ashrams daily. This beautiful collection of chants and prayers is a foundation to any worship practices performed by a seeker.
As the second of a two-part CD collection, Amrita Mala Vol. 2 includes many of the requested chants and prayers that were missing from the original versions. On this CD you will find the Dhyana Sloka & 108 Names of Amma, which were written by a renowned poet from Kerala; the Sri Lalitha Sahasranama, the 1000 Names of the Divine Mother, which are chanted daily in Amma's ashram, as well as the Mahishasuramardini Stotram, also chanted daily. Also included are the Na Karmana and the closing prayers to round out this complete set of chants. This beautiful collection of chants and prayers is a foundation for any worship practices performed by a seeker.
In recent years, Amma has been leading people around the world through the powerful "White Flower Meditation" for world peace and divine grace. Due to the beneficial effects, many developed the desire to practice the meditation in their everyday lives and asked Amma to provide the technique on CD. This is now available. According to Amma, the daily practice of this meditation can positively influence and reduce 80 percent of the darkness and negative vibrations prevalent in the world today. She says: "When many people practice meditation, whether together or separately, it is like lighting many candles that dispel the darkness of ignorance.