Yangjin Lamu

Yangjin Lamu is a preeminent spiritual musician, meditation teacher, author, founder of Consciousness University and Zen of Yangjinma. She is the first Chinese musician with a Grammy statuette, the voice in Words of Wish Fulfillment, a song in Best New Age Album in the 53rd Grammy, and also the only vocal soloist in the album. Since 2015, Yangjin has performed around the world, including Taiwan, mainland China, US, and Japan to promote spiritual music. In 2015, Yangjin participated in the 6th Parliament of the World’s Religions and performed as vocalist with a group of young Malaysian performers in a number “Sword, Drum, Chan, Mind”. Yangjin has produced and published four albums – Dharma Flower, Yangjin – the Tibetan Voice, Tears of Yangjinma, Words of Wish Fulfillment. Her album Dharma Flower was nominated the 19th Best Religious Music Album in Taiwan. She is the author of Enlightened Female Warrior, Age of Feminine Energy, and Mother Zen: Nine Keys to Happy Mother’s Awakening, in which she shared methods that modern women can use to free themselves from suffering without having to leave their life and work behind.

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