Alexia Chellun

Alexia Chellun's (Jap Hari Kaur) first collection of mantras is a lush album with a lullaby feel. Hailing from the seaside town of Brighton, Alexia, a Kundalini Yoga teacher and lifelong musician, often finds herself down at the sea with her guitar singing out to the great infinite ocean. It is this sweetness and softness that her voices conveys, weaving influences from her own upbringing on Mauritius in a lively Hindu household to the folk and Celtic tones of the British Isles.

With this album, we feel Alexia's presence; the intimacy of these acoustic recordings creates the sense that she is next to us with her soothing voice. The seven treasures of Jap Hari are drawn mainly from the Kundalini Yoga tradition, and also include the Hindu mantra Hare Krishna and the Buddhist mantra Om Mane Padmi Hum.

Meditate on the ambrosial nectar of the Divine Name.

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Title Length Plays
Har 31:04 1,342
Sa Ta Na Ma 22:06 1,341
Rakhe Rakhan Har 7:29 1,323
Sat Siri, Siri Akaal 7:16 1,090
Sat Nam Love 12:11 858
Wahe Guru Wahe Jio 11:32 751
Rakhe Rakhan Har 9:02 736
Mirandote 8:57 579
Wahe Guru Wahe Gio 2 7:48 517

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