Joyful and meditative bhakti music for our Self

“Divine names also carry divine qualities. The more you chant the Divine Names, the more the divine qualities start to reflect from deep within you to the outside”.

Mantras help us to observe the beauty in the little things of life, to be present in the here and now, and to connect ourselves with our inner Self. When we sing mantras we protect the mind from negative thoughts concentrating instead in that which has the highest of the vibrations: the Divine Name, which is the Divine in vibrational form.

Mantras con Amor

When we repeat a mantra for a certain time our bodies are impregnated with their healing vibration. In this new project, starting from the mantras as a base, our goal is to create a space of openness of heart, simply to be, to express ourselves singing and to connect and feel that there is really no difference between one and another, that we are One.

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BHAKTI MUSIC

The “Mantras con Amor” project was born on the island of Corfu in Greece in 2013 and since 2014 we travel to where we are called to sing mantras. We have created our own melodies from familiar sounds combined with mantras from Buddhist, Hindu, Sufi, etc. traditions.

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☮️ 7 years ago when my friend Ryan told me to get a ukelele I have to admit I resisted the idea a little because I didnt feel you could do much with only 4 strings 🤦‍♂️
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One day my cousin gave me a gift certificate to guitar center so Ryan and i went in hopes of getting a new guitar. I got there and quickly realized the gift certificate wasnt going to cover the price tag of that #martinguitar I had my eyes set on. It was then when Ryan looked at me and said why dont you get a uke.....
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the gift certificate was enough to cover the price of a nice concert uke and there was even a little left over to get a chords book that told stories of how George Harrison used to drive round with a car full of ukes and how it became his favorite instrument. so i thought i would give it a shot and try to learn a few chords. who would have know it has practically become a part of my identity.
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it is just too easy to travel with I completely neglected my guitar for a few years and only wanted to jam on the uke.  I would take it with me wherever, looking for inspiration around any corner, trying to come up with new rhythms and melodies.  Funny to think how so many friends now use the nickname ukelele to refer to me these days, all stemming from those times when I didnt let it out of my sight.
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This ukelele was given to me by our close friend Franky for our wedding present and on it are engraved the words peace in many different languages.  I heard Jake Shambuko say once that if everyone played the ukelele there would be no more war and I completely agree, its an instrument of peace. ☮️
☮️ 7 years ago when my friend Ryan told me to get a ukelele I have to admit I resisted the idea a little because I didnt feel you could do much with only 4 strings 🤦‍♂️ . One day my cousin gave me a gift certificate to guitar center so Ryan and i went in hopes of getting a new guitar. I got there and quickly realized the gift certificate wasnt going to cover the price tag of that #martinguitar I had my eyes set on. It was then when Ryan looked at me and said why dont you get a uke..... . the gift certificate was enough to cover the price of a nice concert uke and there was even a little left over to get a chords book that told stories of how George Harrison used to drive round with a car full of ukes and how it became his favorite instrument. so i thought i would give it a shot and try to learn a few chords. who would have know it has practically become a part of my identity. . it is just too easy to travel with I completely neglected my guitar for a few years and only wanted to jam on the uke. I would take it with me wherever, looking for inspiration around any corner, trying to come up with new rhythms and melodies. Funny to think how so many friends now use the nickname ukelele to refer to me these days, all stemming from those times when I didnt let it out of my sight. . This ukelele was given to me by our close friend Franky for our wedding present and on it are engraved the words peace in many different languages. I heard Jake Shambuko say once that if everyone played the ukelele there would be no more war and I completely agree, its an instrument of peace. ☮️