Satsang Music


Salutations to Sri Moojibaba: the pure manifestation of Grace, Love and Truth and the inspiration behind these songs. The music that flows from the Sangha is a beautiful reflection of the pointings of our beloved Moojibaba, as it is inspired directly by the energy field of Satsang. May this music serve the Highest in all who hear it. Jai Gurudev!
  • Mooji Sangha albums are available in our online Satsangshop
  • Musical contributions after Satsang can be listened to here

List of Artists:

Sam Garrett
Omkara
Mooji sometimes invites friends to sing or to play music at Satsang. This page lists a few of these artists.

Sam Garrett Sam Garrett
Sam Garrett is here. You are about to meet him through his music. It is pure Soul music that emanates directly from the inner soul of Being. Here is a pure voice singing pure words — lyrics that pour out from the very womb of life.

Sam Garrett’s gift is a voice that can sing the sweetest Reggae then shift to deliver the most heart touching Bhajan. Many of you have already had a taste of this when Sam shared his form of Sat-songs featuring the beautiful voice of NyOh at the recent Satsang Intensive in London with Mooji. Like Mooji, a universal love pours out from Sam’s heart and this love is infecting more and more people around the globe. Perhaps this joy may soon touch your heart too.

Sam currently has three CDs available: Namaste, Be Easy, and Grace Acoustics (Part 1).

To find out more about Sam Garret’s music, visit Facebook.com/samgarrettmusic.
Sam’s music is available to download on iTunes.



OmkaraOmkara composes music which is a combination of world, new age, and minimalistic, and also sings in Satsang. She was trained in classical piano and sang in a choir for most of her childhood. In recent years, she became interested in Sanskrit chanting and began incorporating these beautiful chants – these names of God – into her songs. Since meeting beloved Mooji, she has begun to write songs which reflect the feelings and insights that have arisen in Satsang, and also sometimes uses the words of Mooji as lyrics in her songs.
From the Silence