Instrumenten: gitaar, tanpura, esraj, hapi, klankschalen, koshi, shruti, buisklokken, xylofoon en wat belletjes. Geproduceerd en gearrangeerd door Samuel Stroobants in samenwerking met Satya. De prachtige tweede stem is van Shabad Deep Kaur.
With love & gratefulness to my angel friends in this project: Shabad Deep Kaur & Samuel Stroobants and all other loving & supporting souls on my path...
Love & light, Satya
Apurvanam param nityam
Svayam jyotir niramayam
I am beyond all things.
I am everlasting, self-luminous, taintless, and completely pure.
I am immovable, blissful, and imperishable.
2. Aad guray nameh
Aad guray nameh...jugaad guray nameh...
sat guray nameh...siri gurudev nameh
I bow to (call on) the primal wisdom.
I bow to the wisdom through the ages.
I bow to the true wisdom.
I bow to the great transparent wisdom within.
* This is also called the protection mantra. It is over 3000 years old.
* I am a being of silver violet fire I am the purity God desires.
The violet flame (also called the violet fire) is a unique spiritual energy that can help you in all areas of your life. It can heal emotional and physical problems, improve your relationships, help you to grow spiritually, or just make life easier.
The flame is the essence of a unique spiritual light. Just as a ray of sunlight passing through a prism refracts into seven colors, spiritual light splits into seven colors, or "rays" - each of which has specific divine qualities. The violet flame comes forth from the violet ray, which has the qualities of mercy, forgiveness, freedom and transmutation.
The violet flame changes negative energy into positive energy, darkness into light, "fate" into opportunity. The flame also erases the resultant "bad karma" of our mistakes. The violet flame works by changing "vibrations". On the atomic level, vibration can be understood to be the speed at which electrons orbit around the nucleus of the atom. The violet flame works by changing vibrations on this level.
3. Sat nam
Brahma nandam parama sukhadam
Kevalam jayana murtim
Ekam nityam vimala-machalam
Sarvadhee sakshi bhutam
Soham shivoham... Waheguru
Salutations to the inner guru, the inner guiding light, the embodiment of pure delight, as infinite as the sky, the sole aspiration and goal of life.
Soham shivoham= I am pure consciousness
Waheguru= a reference to the Almighty God; the Creator; the Supreme Soul; the Sustainer; etc. (The word 'Waheguru' litterally means the "Wonderful Lord" in the Gurmukhi language).
Sat nam= true name/ truth is my identity and I call upon the eternal truth that resides in all of us.
language: Sanskrit (first part) & Gurmukhi
4. Mul mantra journey (shorter version than original)
Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Akaal Moorat Ajoonee
Saibhang Gur Prasaad Jap
Aad Sach Jugaad Sach Hai Bhee Sach Nanak Hosee Bhee Sach
Ek Ong Kar: One Creator, Creation
Sat Nam: Truth is God's Name
Akaal Moorat: Undying
Saibhang: Self Illumined
Gur Prasaad: It is by Guru's Grace
Jap: Repeat and Meditate!
Aad Sach: True in the beginning
Jugaad Sach: True trough all the ages
Hai bhee such: Truth even now
Nanak Hosee Bhee Sach: Truth shall ever be
The syllable OM, which is the imperishable Brahman, is the universe. Whatsoever has existed, whatsoever exists, and whatsoever shall exist hereafter, is OM. And whatsoever transcends past, present, and future, that also is OM.
Om also represents the states of human consciousness:
The waking state is represented in the symbol by the lower curve (the bottom of the “3”). The second state of consciousness, is dreaming sleep or the mental nature which is focused inward to only the thoughts in the mind. The dreaming state is represented by the curl coming out of the center of the “3.” The third state of consciousness, is dreamless sleep or deep meditation, represented by the top curve (the upper part of the “3”). The Fourth state of consciousness is pure unitary consciousness, wherein awareness of the world and of multiplicity is completely obliterated. It is ineffable peace. It is the supreme good. It is the Self. The Fourth state is represented in the symbol much as it is described in the text. It is separate from and different than the other three states – visually represented by the crescent and dot in the upper right. These four states of consciousness are part of human nature. They exist in all of us at all times.
Each of these states is represented not only in the symbol, but also in the sound. Om is comprised of three distinct Sanskrit sounds – A-U-M. The A and U together create the sound “O.” The A represents waking state, the U is dreaming state, and the M is meditative state. The fourth state is represented by the silence that follows the sound.
Om is a sound and a symbol which is rich in meaning and depth. It represents the divine in each of us, as well as our interconnectivity. It reminds us that we have the ability to move past our physical and mental states of consciousness and connect with the divine – both in ourselves and others.