August 10, 2019

Listening to mantras affects all your bodies – every cell, every atom of your being – it nourishes; it heals. It is very effective… though there are many things I cannot tell you… when anything falls into the hands of unconscious people, they misuse it, they spoil it; and it becomes very dangerous too. People are using mantras for all their worldly interests, worldly purposes...

June 21, 2019

Nobody “created mantras” whatever mantras that we sing or recite were not created or written by people in the different times – they already existed in the vibration of the cosmos, and they were simply discovered, they were not created...

February 14, 2019

In mantra, the focus is not on the goal or the result. When using a mantra for a particular 'purpose,' it may be that the result is not what we expected; but we must trust the higher source in that the outcome was perfect for us in that moment, in that situation. This is the way to aproach the practice...

January 28, 2019

The subtler we go, it becomes deeper, more sensitive, more effective. And this practice can become so intense… if you practice this regularly, you will feel, that even in your routine work, wherever you’re working, office or anywhere, maybe somewhere this mantra is continuously going on… if it reaches that stage, it’s the best: that without us making and effort, it happens.

December 31, 2018

Sanskrit is so much capable of expressing the inexpressible - that’s why, in English, I would have to say, “I am bliss,” but in Sanskrit, just one word, “Shivoham,” conveys that same feeling, that same state, that same bliss. And with the combination of the Indian music, its elements and the depth of the raga, combined with the Sanskrit sounds and the vibrations, it could be the perfect combination: that it is capable to create and transmit that vibration of “Shivoham,” that “I am bliss, I am joy, I am Ananda.”

November 1, 2018

Mantras require the proper energization for them to work in the best possible manner. How to awaken the mantra is the most important consideration in the usage of any mantra.

September 28, 2018

Indian sacred music is much, much more that just adding a Sanskrit text to a melody and strum a guitar into it, mis-calling it 'kirtan' or mantra... this ancient Indian tradition is quite far from this childish misleading approach.

April 1, 2018

Sacred music is a recent new phenomenon in the genre of concerts - I see that the purpose of music can be much higher than that; that’s where the sacred music enters. So with the sacred music we have this possibility to create a certain space for the listeners which can take them a little bit above the mental world: music has this immense power to take people deeper into a state of meditation, in the state of celebration, in the state of silence. And that somewhere became a very, very significant part of what I am doing through the mu...

February 17, 2018

Mantra is sound, a vibration, - and the correct vibration is created only when it is recited correctly, because it is a key which unlocks a higher dimension. The meaning is not as significant as reciting the mantra correctly. That’s why there is a lot of significance and importance given in India to study and learn Sanskrit (sometimes a lifetime) to be able to sing these devotional texts correctly.

July 31, 2017

Sanskrit is a powerful scientific language where the sound is connected to a form, to a certain energy. Mantras, being in Sanskrit, use the same science, therefore should be properly addressed and correctly pronounced to be the most effective and to honor the tradition.

June 16, 2017

For Manish Vyas, the genre of devotional music came from his path as spiritual seeker, who spent many years in India conceiving and playing music for meditation, retreats and mantra gatherings. An interview with Manish and his work.

May 27, 2017

It is a responsible job for a musician to sustain that piousness of the sacred text in his composition. No matter how different elements he uses in his music, that sacredness should remain untouched and in fact  should enhance through the music, so that it can go deeper and do its work, so that it can serve the purpose for which the mantra was created.

May 15, 2017

The launching of the new album Sahaj Atma and some questions and answers about the birth and the meaning of this album. Manish, as the producer, composer, singer and instrumentalist of this work, gives some interesting answers about his vision. This CD is a collection of powerful and sacred Mantras that, to me, they illuminate the soul. With the soundscapes of beautiful vocals and craftsmanship of highly talented Indian musicians, this music creates a space in which one can dive, either through chanting along or just listening, allo...

April 30, 2017

According to some researchers, music may help alleviate stress, by lowering the body's cortisol levels - the hormone released in response to stress.

January 31, 2017

I frequently get requests from people from different places around the world, who want to learn Indian music - maybe because they heard me in a concert or because they have my CDs or somebody's else- sometimes they would like to start singing lessons, sometimes harmonium, sometimes tabla. Which is nice - I love to teach, because through teaching I also go on learning each day something new.

But a little bit more difficult, is when I get proposals like, 'we want you to lead a 3 day intensive music workshop' in which...

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