Guru Ram Das Mantras - Lex van Someren CD
Gently flowing mantras sung in the oldest language of the world: Sanskrit - as a tribute to our divine nature. Enchanting choir arrangements and solo voices, subtly mixed with a variety of musical instruments and sounds, create a synthesis of relaxing and majestic mantra music to uplift heart and soul. Here is again another high quality CD by Lex van Someren and arranger Frank Steiner, celebrating the sacredness of life through the healing power of their music.
Lex van Someren: vocals
Frank Steiner: keyboards, celtic flute
Karoline Ströher: vocals
Sara Olivier: vocals
Vache Bagratuni: cello
Miriam Ströher: oboe
Mick O’Brien: uilleann pipes, celtic flute
Enkh Jargal: vocals & mongolian violin
Johannes Hustedt: flute
- Guru Ram Das (15:44)
- Ardas Bhai (9:39)
- Prithvi Hai (10:32)
- Aad Guray (9:22)
- Gaté Gaté II (9:04)
- Om Namo (8:40)
GURU GURU WAHE GURU GURU RAM DAS GURU
Wise, wise is the one who serves Infinity.
This is a mantra of humility, relaxation, self-healing, and emotional relief. It calls on the spirit of humility and grace of the realm of Guru Ram Das, with its spiritual guiding light and protective grace.
Ardas Bhai, Amar Das Guru, Amar Das Guru, Ardas Bhai
Ram Das Guru, Ram Das Guru Ram Das Guru, Sache Sahi.
In ancient times, Ardas was known as the prayer that goes beyond all prayers. It has the power of all prayers in one. Let this healing energy touch your life in those times when you most deeply need to find answers and put them to work on your behalf. The power of this healing sound will continue even after the audible sound current has finished.
Prithvi Hai, Akaash Hai, Guru Ram Das Hai
The essence of the Earth and the essence of the Heavens meet in the space of compassion and neutrality known to Guru Ram Das.
This mantra balances the Earth and Heavens. It represents the struck sounds of the Earth (Prithvi) and the unstruck sounds of the Heavens (Akaash), crowning with the protection of the neutral Mind, Guru Ram Das. (Hai means “is”.)
Aad Guray Nameh, Jugaad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Devay Nameh
I bow to the Primal Guru. I bow to the Guru woven throughout time. I bow to the True Guru, the true identity of the Self. I bow to the Great Guru whose Great Glory will always be.
Gaté , Gaté, Paragaté, Parasamgaté, Bodhisvaha
Gone, gone - Gone beyond - Gone altogether beyond - Oh, what an awakening.
These are the words of Gautama Buddha. The final verse of the Heart Sutra.
This is the great mantra of Buddhism for enlightenment and peace. It guides us beyond the illusory perception of the Self as separate, and helps us realize that we are perfect as we are, connected with all life, and at home in the Universe. Its message is that Infinity is here and now.
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