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Om Spiritus: Music for a Peaceful Planet

Om Spiritus: Music for a Peaceful Planet

  • Par Indiajiva
  • Communiqué de 12/01/2009
  • Music Genre Christian
  • Format de médias CD
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- "Om Spiritus" is the coming together of all ("the One"), invoking the primordial sound of Om and spreading the message of peace throughout our beautiful world. The mantras on this album are some of the most popular and powerful on the planet, They come from Sanskrit, Aramaic, Latin and Buddhist traditions, taking the listener on a musical journey that is contemporary, worldly and accessible to everyone. Instruments such as Sitar, Armenian Duduk, Turkish Gaida, guitar, keyboards and beautiful vocal harmonies, backed by smooth drum grooves, make this a very powerful and extremely listenable album. Tuning oneself to the beauty and joy of the music is the real spiritual attainment, connecting us to the Divine Source of all existence. "O Music, In your depths we deposit our hearts and souls; You have taught us to see with our ears And to hear with our hearts". - Kahlil Gibran Track 1 Ode to the Goddess Track 2 Om Poornamadah Track 3 Tubwayhun Track 4 Om Namah Shivaya Track 5 Song to Krishna Track 6 Lokah Track 7 The Triple Gem Track 8 The Gayatri Musical Credits: Vocals and keyboards by Vicki Hansen and Ron Ragel Sarangan Sriranganathan - Sitar on Ode to the Goddess, Voice on Om Namah Shivaya Kim Sanders - Duduk on Tubwayhun, The Triple Gem and The Gayatri. Gaida on Tubwayhun Chris Rollans - Guitar on Krishna Manohara, Slide Guitar on Lokah All musical and vocal arrangements by Vicki Hansen and Ron Ragel Engineering by Vicki Hansen, GNP Studios Drum programming by Vicki Hansen Mixing and mastering by Peter Kennard, Soundevents Cover Design and layout by Selena Quintrell, Eternal Sun Publishing Tracks Ode to the Goddess One of the most beloved verses in praise of the Goddess 'sarva mangala mangalye shive sarvaartha saadhike sharanye tryambake gauri naaraayani namostute' "Adorations to the Goddess, who is the auspiciousness of all that is auspicious, to the accomplisher of all objectives who is the bestower of every desire of one's heart. I have taken refuge in you and bow to you". Om Poornamadah Om poornamadah poornamidam Poornaat poornamudachyate Poornasya poornamaadaya Poornamevaavashishyate That is Absolute (Perfect). This is Absolute (Perfect). Absolute (Perfection) arises out of the Absolute (Perfection). The Absolute (Perfection) is taken from the Absolute (Perfection), yet the Absolute (Perfection) remains. Tubwayhun Tubwayhun lahwvday shlama dawnaw (hie) d'alaha nitqarun. Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. All the major traditions that arose from the Middle east i.e Jewish, Christian and Islamic have their roots in the same source, the same Mother Earth and probably from the same language. They are believed to have all originally called God either El or Al which means "that" "the One" or "that One which expresses itself uniquely through all things". From this root arises the sacred names Allaha (aramaic) Allah (Arabic) Elohim (Hebrew), and Elat (Old Canaanite). (Above translation from Prayers from the Cosmos (Meditations on the Aramaic words of Jesus translated and with commentary by Neil Douglas- Klotz) Om Namah Shivaya A powerful and popular mantra of five syllables or six if including Om in praise of the Absolute, includes Kyrie chant or Kyrie Eleison, Greek for Lord have mercy. A song to Krishna A song to the most beloved God in the Hindu pantheon Krishna Manohara Gokula Nanthana Govardhanothara Murlidharasha Mukund Murari Nanda Kishora Gopi Manohara Murlidharasha Jai Jai Vithal Vithal Vithal Vithal Lokah A vedic mantra to heal our planet Lo-kah Sa-mas-ta Sukhi-no Bha-van-thu May our whole world be established with well-being and happiness The triple gem Buddham saranam gacchami Dhamman saranam gacchami Sangam saranam gacchami The Triple gem also called the Three Treasures or the Three Refuges, are the three things in the Buddhist tradition that people take refuge in, and look toward for guidance, in the process known as taking refuge. The Three Jewels are refuge in the: • Buddha, depending on one's interpretation, can mean the historical Buddha, or the Buddha nature-the ideal or highest spiritual potential that exists within all beings; • Dharma the teachings of the Buddha. • Sangha The community of those who have attained enlightenment, who may help someone practicing the tradition to do the same. Also used more broadly to refer to the community of practicing Buddhists. The Gayatri One of the most important Mantras known as the mother of the Vedas Om Bhur Bhu- vas Su-va-ha Tat sa-vi-tur Va-re n yam Bhar-go De-vas-ya Dhi-ma-hi Dhi-yo-yo-nah Pra-cho-da-yaat Oh creator of the Universe we humbly bow down to thy Divine splendour May thy radiant power illuminate our lives destroy our sins And Guide our intellects in the right direction.


Artiste: Indiajiva
Titre: Om Spiritus: Music for a Peaceful Planet
Genre: Christian
Date de sortie: 12/01/2009
Étiquette: CD Baby
Format de médias: CD
UPC: 793573711243