From the base of the spine to the crown of the head there are subtle energy centres called Chakras. These are channels of the Kundalini Shakti, the divine power of consciousness that we all possess. Awakening the chakras leads us to greater levels of awareness and peace and transforms are limited human power to godliness. The imbalance of the chakras clouds our vision and causes various physical and mental ailments. Mystic music invoking our spiritual energy helps realize the power of the chakras. The Swadishthana is the second chakra in the ascending order and grants beauty, poise and sexual fulfillment. The disharmony of the chakra leads to lack of vitality, inhibitions, suspicion, false knowledge and cruelty. Yaman, the great raga is associated with this chakra and meditating on its mellifluous strains helps one harness the power and grace of the chakra. Pandit Pandurang Parate, a veteran exponent of the Tantras gharana, leads us gently into the luminous domains of the raga.
2. Raag Yaman Vilambit - Teen Taal; Madhya Lay - Teen Taal
3. Dhun-Yaman - Dadra
4. Bhajan - Yaman - Roopak Taal