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Released February 23, 2024

This 6 track album is an exploration of the Mantra Sat Naam Simran, performed 40x per breath, as an original recording and various Remixes.  Originally inspired as a counterpart to Wahe Guru 40x, this mantra works perfectly as a predecessor and is based on the rhythm, speed and breathing given by Dr. Levry for the mantra,. This recording is an excellent meditation to work with a mala, 4 repetitions of Sat Nam per bead.  The Mantra Sat Naam balances the 5 Tattuas (elements) and brings one clarity. 

TRACK 1.  Sat Nam 40x 
This track is a simple, chanting focused version of the mantra which is great for those who want to practice. 

TRACK 2.  Sat Nam 40x (80's Remix)
This track is similar to the title track with different instrumentation, including more synth Pads, and some additional vocals.   From the first time we created it we just loved the Synths that feel straight out of the 80's and some of the electronic feeling harkening to the 90s

TRACK 3.  Sat Nam 40x (Atmos Remix)
This track was based on the feeling of deep meditation that accompanies the practice of this mantra.  The whole piece has a deep, muted, underwater feel, including some whale calls.

TRACK 4.  Sat Nam 40x Instrumental

Based on the Atmos Remix this is a deep and profound instrumental track that can be used for Rest, Relaxation, Driving and Breathwork.
TRACK 5.  Sat Nam 40x Whales and Chords
This beautiful track removes all instrumentation except the whale sounds and the Chords, and is a deeply introspective, moving track for stillness meditation, rest (savasana), manifestation and visualization.  The absence of percussion makes it a great track for healing work and setting a peaceful frequency in a healing room or in a spa.  It is timeless and transcends the limits of consciousness.

TRACK 6.  Sat Nam 40x Acapella 11 Min 
A pure vocal only track for doing this mantra rhythmically.  This 5 minute track is perfect for practice with a Mala, and is part of a practice of 2 meditations to overcome the body of pain and for spiritual growth.  

Sat Naam Simran is the 3rd Album of the Naam Devotion Series and is the 18th Album released by Chris Merrill under the Practical Naam Music Production Lable.  



Jio Simran (Released November 24, 2017)

This album is the 2nd album in the line of Naam Devotion Series.  it focuses on the repetition of the mantra Jio, for spiritual growth and transformation.  


The word Simran means to repeat, or as to "simmer" mentally, meaning that one repeats the mantra until it begins to simmer within ones consciousness.  



This 4 track album is dedicated to the naam Wahe Guru.   These  haunting deep acapella tracks feature 2 melodies:  Wahe Guru Cave and Wahe Guru Choir.

TRACK 1.  Wahe Guru Cave

This track was inspired by a Naam Simran experience Chris had in the beginning parts of his yogic studies.  A simple melody with a simple harmony, but with a 2 part pattern allows one to repeat this mantra for long periods of time without feeling bored, or tired of the same repetition.  Try using this with gentle yogic movement for a great practice

TRACK 2.  Wahe Guru Cave Single Voice

Like the name implies, he wanted to create something that sounded like a lone yogi siting in a cave, or on a mountaintop, praising the Divine over and over. Hear the echo in your mind as this hymn bouces off the surrounding peaks with the rising sun in the background.  Wahe Guru:  Wondrous Bringer of Light

TRACK 3.  Wahe Guru Choir

This is the first spiritual melody recorded by Chris.  After using it in personal practice for 7 years, he now releases a more produced version for everyone to practice.  It is a simple 15 second melody that repeats continously, but changes 1x every 4 minutes or so.  Layers of various harmonies change the melodic structure to make it more interesting.  This mantra is perfect for a gentle yoga practice, as chanting it in a single breath takes 15 seconds, which means you can chant fully and deeply as you go through any type of moving excercises you like.  For those who like a deep practice, try Naam Sun Salutations, or Naam Health Series, staying in each pose for 4 repetitions, or one minute.

TRACK 3.  Wahe Guru Choir Savasana Remix

Chris released this version as a specific remix to use for Savasana and the benefits of Simran, deep meditation, or sleeping to spiritual music .  This is a slower version mixed that features only 6 repetitions per verse. 


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