About

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Early years

Prashanti is a devotional singer and musician born in Patagonia Argentina, currently based in The Netherlands. She spent her childhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and attended Film School in Buenos Aires, receiving further education and specialising in Screenwriting in New York.

She grew up in an interfaith family with a Jewish father and a Christian mother, and in which both traditions were honored and joyfully celebrated. Prashanti was always encouraged and given the freedom to find her own path.

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Early years

Prashanti is a devotional singer and musician born in Patagonia Argentina, currently based in The Netherlands. She spent her childhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and attended Film School in Buenos Aires, receiving further education and specialising in Screenwriting in New York.

She grew up in an interfaith family with a Jewish father and a Christian mother, and in which both traditions were honored and joyfully celebrated. Prashanti was always encouraged and given the freedom to find her own path.

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Serendipity

She got her first job in the movie industry in 1997 as a production assistant on the feature film ‘Seven Years in Tibet.’ This is where she encountered Buddhism for the first time and felt an immediate and deep connection with its philosophy. The movie was shot in the Andes mountains, in a remote and isolated area where she was sharing her daily life with Tibetan monks, Rinpoches, and high Scholars. Prashanti absorbed their wisdom as much as possible.

Going inward

The seed was planted, but only in 1999, after her mother’s sudden passing, that she began her formal studies in Buddhist scriptures, practicing sadhanas and mantras and learning meditation techniques from outstanding Lamas and Masters, including H.H Dalail Lama, Kyabje Kalu Rimpoche and Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche.
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Going inward

The seed was planted, but only in 1999, after her mother’s sudden passing, that she began her formal studies in Buddhist scriptures, practicing sadhanas and mantras and learning meditation techniques from outstanding Lamas and Masters, including H.H Dalail Lama, Kyabje Kalu Rimpoche and Gyetrul Jigme Rinpoche.
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Powerful blessings

Having received ritual authorizations, guidance, and empowerment from an authentic lineage of masters and teachers who preserved the integrity of Buddha’s teachings has infused her chanting with powerful blessings. 

Soul’s calling

In 2016 she left a promising career in screenwriting and devoted entirely to chanting, without any agenda other than following her heart’s call as a natural unfolding of her spiritual path. Prashanti’s music was well-received and rapidly celebrated worldwide. Known for her luminous and peaceful voice, her distinctive sound honors the ancient and sacred tradition of mantras while adding her unique western flavor.

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5 followingherheart

Soul’s calling

In 2016 she left a promising career in screenwriting and devoted entirely to chanting, without any agenda other than following her heart’s call as a natural unfolding of her spiritual path. Prashanti’s music was well-received and rapidly celebrated worldwide. Known for her luminous and peaceful voice, her distinctive sound honors the ancient and sacred tradition of mantras while adding her unique western flavor.

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Sacred sounds

On her debut album Inner Light (2017) and Into the Heart (2019), she shares mantras from Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and the Shamanic traditions taking the listener on a journey of experiencing love, deep connection, and peace. She has since released many singles produced by her longtime collaborator, Argentinian musician Diego Marchionatti.

Heart offerings

During the pandemic, she found expression of her innermost feelings in writing two heart songs: Coming Home and A New Day (feat. Kevin Johansen). She also released Lokah Samastah, a prayer for challenging times, and the soundtrack of From Stress to Happiness, the acclaimed Netflix Documentary with renowned Buddhist monk and author Matthieu Ricard. Abrete Corazón (Rosa Giove) allowed her to reconnect with her ancestral Andean roots in a mesmerizing interpretation.

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7 morecreations

Heart offerings

During the pandemic, she found expression of her innermost feelings in writing two heart songs: Coming Home and A New Day (feat. Kevin Johansen). She also released Lokah Samastah, a prayer for challenging times, and the soundtrack of From Stress to Happiness, the acclaimed Netflix Documentary with renowned Buddhist monk and author Matthieu Ricard. Abrete Corazón (Rosa Giove) allowed her to reconnect with her ancestral Andean roots in a mesmerizing interpretation.

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Insight Timer

Prashanti shares her vast experience in meditation and mantras through courses, workshops, and live events on Insight Timer with a global community of over 20 million. She was invited to join the app in 2017 and has been a featured musician and guide, with more than 40k students joining her programs, drawn by her unique ability to reach people’s hearts and inspire them through her accessible, honest, and down-to-earth teaching style. 

Finding peace

Upon encountering Mooji in 2016, she instantly embraced him as her Spiritual Teacher. Finding the Guru was like coming home after a long seeking journey. Prashanti fully immersed herself in Satsang, earnestly following his guidance with sincere love and dedication. This deep heart connection has profoundly impacted every aspect of her life, including the music flowing from the core of being, for which she’s forever grateful.
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10 instrumentforpeace

Finding peace

Upon encountering Mooji in 2016, she instantly embraced him as her Spiritual Teacher. Finding the Guru was like coming home after a long seeking journey. Prashanti fully immersed herself in Satsang, earnestly following his guidance with sincere love and dedication. This deep heart connection has profoundly impacted every aspect of her life, including the music flowing from the core of being, for which she’s forever grateful.
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Well of inspiration

Prashanti had the good fortune to encounter many remarkable teachers she deeply appreciates and respects: Dr. Jhampa Kalsang, Lama Gyourme, Lama Rinchen Kandro, and Lama Sangye Dorye, to name a few, have greatly enriched her spiritual path. Some precious Masters she never met in the physical form, and yet, they are a constant  well of inspiration like: Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Poonja, Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, Neem Karoli Baba, Paramahansa Yogananda and Thich Nhat Hanhn. Pranams to all the Saints and Sages.

Your heart is the light of this world.

Don’t cover it with your mind.

Mooji