Experience the bliss of Divine Birth with these chants and songs. Snatam Kaur is joined by her mother Prabhu Nam Kaur in creating this album as a meditation tool to deepen the blessing and divinity of pregnancy and parenthood. The sacred teachings of the Kundalini Yoga tradition as taught by Yogi Bhajan contain a wealth of technology for tapping into the energy of the universe to manifest beauty and grace in your life. Snatam Kaur with her mother, Prabhu Nam Kaur, recorded these beautiful mantras, shabads and songs to be used during pregnancy as a tool to bring divinity to your child during the precious time in the womb as well as to share with your child after they come into the world. On the first track, Snatam Kaur sings is a beautiful musical version of the shabad Pootaa Mataa Kee Aasees. Yogi Bhajan taught mothers to repeat this prayer for their child's protection and blessing. Some mothers say it daily, and others repeat it 11, 56, or 108 times on their child's birthdays. This shabd is a blessing from the mother that her child may feel Divine. On the second track, Prabhu Nam Kaur sings the shabad Ja(n)miaa Pooth. Yogi Bhajan taught us to recite this Shabad eleven times every day before the 120th day of pregnancy. He said it will attract a saintly soul. This Shabad teaches that this soul inside you is a gift from God and Guru, and truly is Divine. And for those that don't have children, this is a beautiful meditation for all souls coming to this earth, that they may have the energy and frequency to bring us into harmony and divinity. The third track is a powerful version of the Adi Shakti mantra by Snatam Kaur with instructions for using it with a meditation to call on the Great Divine Mother. The fourth track is Snatam Kaur's amazing version of the Guru Ram Das Lullaby, a song that calls on the qualities of each of the ten Gurus of the Sikh faith to bestowed upon your child. It is a beautiful song to put your child to sleep at night. The final two tracks are simple recitations of the first two tracks that can be used in reciting these sacred shabads.