The ancient sacred Buddhist text The Diamond Sutra is recited in English in a tune reminiscent of Buddhist chanting, sung by Sharon "Kumuda" Janis, author of Secrets of Spiritual Happiness and Spirituality For Dummies.
This question-and-answer format between Buddha and his disciple Subuti reveals intricate and esoteric knowledge about the nature of life, personality, charity, self-identification, and enlightenment.
"I learned something and enjoyed the chant"
The Glorious Bhagavad Gita renders in English all 18 chapters of this holy spiritual text from 3,500 years ago, filled with esoteric and practical wisdom about a wide variety of life questions and experiences, recited to a meter and tune based on the Sanskrit version as sung by Anandamayi Ma.
These enlightened and enlightening words of the great "Avadhoot" of India, Bhagawan Nityananda, were carefully recorded by his devoted devotee, Tulsi Amma, from 1920 to 1927. Nityananda's esoteric words are like arrows that guide the soul beyond mediocre obsessions and into the heart of self realization, the great space of supreme Consciousness that is Chidakash.
"enjoyed the wisdom teachings"
In Secrets of Spiritual Happiness, Sharon Janis demystifies the secrets of spiritual happiness in an entertaining, accessible, and down to earth style. She offers practical tips to help listeners respond to life situations in ways that will bring greater harmony and happiness. With spiritual happiness, you are not waiting to be rich before you can be happy, or to find the right person to be happy, or to have more friends to be happy. You don't need to look different to be spiritually happy; nor do you have to heal all your flaws to be spiritually happy.