The Out-Of-Body Travel Foundation Journal: Issue Nine

Huzur Maharaj Sawan Sing - Sant Mat (Sikh) Master Guru and Grandson Maharaj Chawan Singh - Sant Mat (Sikh) Master Guru
Narrated by: Rebecca L. Bedford
Length: 1 hr and 51 mins
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The Out-Of-Body Travel Foundation Journal: Issue Nine: Huzur Maharaj Sawan Singh - Sant Mat (Sikh) Master Guru and Grandson Maharaj Chawan Sing - Sant Mat (Sikh) Master Guru. (For more info- www.outofbodytravel.org)

©2007 Marilynn Hughes (P)2013 Marilynn Hughes

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Great Story and Gist in Sant Mat - Narrator should have learned pronunciation of Indian names & words

This Journal is likely quite a nice gist on Sant Mat, however, though the narrator speaks and pronounced English very well, it seems apparent that she has never heard or said the many Indian words and names contained therein. She tried to make up for her lack of knowledge on how to say the words by taking twice as long to say them, adding misc syllables and emphasizing incorrect vowels essentially making whole sentences unintelligible. Sawan: Pronounced Sow-ahn, though narrated “Show-haaaan”. Shabd: pronounced shaw-bd was narrated Shaa-bot”. Varnatmic pronounced “Var-not-mick” was narrated something like Var-an-a-ya-ta-mic”. Charan singh, pronounced “Char-an-singh” was narrated Maaa-haaa-raaaj Chaaa-han Siing. Very distracting and took away much of the enjoyment that would otherwise have been possible with a different rendering of the story.

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I need no hear this over and over...

I learned new things! some unspoken truths about regions I did not know. I have not being constant in my meditation. hearing this helps me prioritize my responsibilities.