These videos are eight to twelve hours long and consist of stunning visuals accompanied by transcendental mantras sung by world-renowned yoga spiritual master Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda Paramahamsa.
Science of Identity Foundation announces the release of six kirtan meditation videos on their official YouTube channel. These meditation videos are each eight to twelve hours long, comprising beautiful scenic vistas accompanied by transcendental music.
The beautiful scenery, combined with pictures of Lord Krishna and the soothing chants of Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda Paramahamsa, offer a divine experience. They can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of age or social status.
In this age, kirtan is the most sublime method of achieving both material and spiritual happiness. By regularly hearing and singing the transcendental mantras, worries and anxieties get washed away from the heart and we can gradually experience deep inner peace and happiness. Listening to these videos can also help calm a restless mind.
You can listen to them while relaxing after a stressful day, while cooking meals, or while studying. These meditation videos will help those who want to walk a path of genuine spirituality.
About Science of Identity Foundation
Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda Paramahamsa established the Science of Identity Foundation in 1977. Jagad Guru is a Vaishnava spiritual master in the disciplic succession known as the Brahma Madhva Gaudiya Sampradaya. This highly respected spiritual lineage extends back over 5,000 years to Lord Krishna Himself.
Science of Identity Foundation teaches the practice of meditation and kirtan, along with the timeless yoga wisdom of Vaishnava Hinduism, to help individuals achieve greater spiritual, mental, and physical well-being. Passed down for centuries through an unbroken line of self-realized teachers, this ancient and authentic process of self-discovery can be practiced by anyone.
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