Πέμπτη, 11 Δεκεμβρίου 2008

Deva Premal - 2007 - Moola Mantra ( Meditation Chakra Chants Indian Folk)

The Moola Mantra (moola - root) is inspired by the vision of avatars Sri Bhagavan and Sri Amma. Their vision of oneness is a Oneness which honours all spiritual paths, religions, creeds and traditions. I offer this music as a gift to these beautiful beings, who have showered their grace on me with such loving abundance. It is with their blessings that this recording came to be. I see unity-in-diversity as the only way for humanity to live in harmony, and the Moola Mantra is an expression of this understanding.I dedicate this album to my beloved Guruji, Osho.Om shanti,~ Deva ~
Deva Premal's groundbreaking new release features an extended presentation of the beautiful Moola Mantra, which was received by Deva and Miten during a meditation retreat at the Oneness University in Chennai, India.
It honours the divine light in every living being and celebrates the dance of female/ male energies as they merge into union.
Produced by Ben Leinbach, the Moola Mantra meanders like a sacred river through a lush landscape of sitars, bansuri, dotar, grand piano, tablas, cello and string quartet, with Deva's golden voice leading the way, flowing finally into an ocean of silence.

Special guest musicians include Miten (vocals), Jai Uttal (dotar), Manose (bansuri), Debopriyo Sarkar (tablas), Kit Walker (piano), Benjy Wertheimer (esraj), Peter van Gelder (sitar), and Moses Sedler (cello). Read the reviews.


Om Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma
Purushothama Paramatma
Sri Bhagavathi Sametha
Sri Bhagavathe Namaha
Hare Om Tat Sat

Lokah Samasta - by Deva Premal & Miten, with Manose: Live in Concert - Slovenia, June 2008
More info: http://www.devapremalmiten.com/ and
http://www.manosemusic.com/

Letra Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu
Shamno mitra, sham varuna,
Shamno bhaved varyamam Shamna indro bhrahaspati,
Shamno vishnu uru kramah Namo brahmane,
namaste vayu Tvameva pratyaksham brahmasi
Tvameva pratyaksham Brahma Vadisyami Ritam vadisyami,
satyam vadisyami Tan mamavatu,
tad vaktaram avatu Avatu mam,
avatu vaktaram Om shanti shanti shantih Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu
Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu
Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu Om Shanti Shanti Shanti


❀_/♥\_☮


May all beings everywhere


... be happy and free,


and may the thoughts,


words,


and actions of my own life


contribute in some way


to that happiness


and to that freedom for all.


❀_/♥\_☮


Recording made on June 4 2008 in Amsterdam, wonderful flute and singing solo by Manose .
Warm your hearts!
The real title is Twameva but I chose my own:
Song for the Heart!
Editing : Josh van Tricht



Twameva Maataa Cha Pitaa Twameva

..♥..

Twameva maataa cha pitaa twameva,
twameva bandhush cha sakhaa twameva,
twameva vidyaa dravinam twameva,
twameva sarvam mama deva deva.

..♥..


Oh Lord! You are our mother and our father.
You are our friend and our companion.
You give us wisdom and make us prosperous.
You are our eternal Divine Guide.
..♥..

'' μόνο Σιωπή και προσήλωση αρμόζει σ'αυτόν τον   ύμνο ''

..♥..


Deva Premal (born in 1970 in Nürnberg Germany), is a musician known for her meditative spiritual New Age music, which puts ancient Sanskrit mantras into atmospheric, contemporary settings.

Deva has toured since 1991, along with her life partner, Miten, offering concerts and chant workshops worldwide. Their record company, Prabhu Music, reports sales of over 900,000 albums.



Best-known for her top-selling chant CDs, Deva Premal is a classically trained musician. She grew up singing mantras in a German home permeated with Eastern spirituality. Her albums have topped the New Age charts and popularity polls in yoga studios and healing centers throughout the world since her first release, The Essence, featuring the Gayatri Mantra. Her latest album, Mantras For Precarious Times, which features Deva chanting seven different mantras 108 times each, was created as a support for mantra meditation. She and Miten have also recently released a CD/DVD In Concert: The Yoga of Song and Chant, featuring a concert recorded live in Byron Bay, Australia with Nepalese bansuri flautist Manose.



Deva and Miten performed for The Dalai Lama during a 2002 Conference in Munich, Germany on Unity and Duality, which brought top figures from the scientific community together with members of the Buddhist community. They gave a concert for the full conference, and were also invited to sing for the Dalai Lama at a small pre-conference gathering. They had heard that his favorite mantra was the Tara Mantra, dedicated to the Green Tara of Compassion, and that he had asked for it be chanted recently when he was ill, and so they chanted it for him.




Deva began her journey with mantra in her mother's womb, as her father chanted the Gayatri Mantra, one of most sacred mantra of Hinduism, to her daily, and it continued to be her bedtime lullaby after she was born. Many years later, she heard a friend singing the Gayatri and was inspired to put together an album featuring it. She and Miten recorded The Essence in her mother's apartment in Germany, the same one in which she was born and where her parents had sung the Gayatri Mantra to her years before.



Deva brought this journey with the Gayatri Mantra full circle in July, 2005, when she and Miten chanted the Gayatri for her father as he was dying: "We kept singing for what must have been over half an hour, when suddenly the monitor showed that he was about to leave. I continued to sing and the last sound he heard as he passed on was his beloved Gayatri Mantra. Finally we ended with the mantra Om and the circle was complete. He had welcomed me onto this planet with the Gayatri and I accompanied him out of this physical existence with it. What a blessing this was for me! It was the first time that I was present at a death, and to be at my father's is a memory I will cherish all my life.


Om Satchitananda Parabrahma
Purushothama Paramatama
Sri Bhagavati Sametha
Sri Bhagavate Namaha
Hari om tat sat
Hari om tat sat
Hari om tat sat
Hari om tat sat

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