A wonderful version of Om Namah Shivaya was played by Kalyani (harmonium & lead vocal), Samuel (backup vocal & guitar) and Krishna (drum)
Om Namah Shivaya is a common greeting in yoga. "Om" is Om , the all-encompassing. "Namah" means more or less "greeting to" and "Shivaya" means "to Shiva". So Om Namah Shivaya means obeisance to Shiva. But what does Shiva mean?
Shiva has many different meanings. "Shiva" literally means "the loving, the kind". But it also means “the higher self” and “the divine everywhere”. We can say "Om Namah Shivaya" and use that in meditation or in kirtan. It is invoking the kind, the loving, the higher self within us.
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Mantra/ kirtan chanting is a wonderful practice to open the heart and to feel the divine presence