A beautiful, intensely green landscape
Lovely to the eye
The soil fragrant
The meadow caresses your feet
It supports you because you know it will
Because you sense it as part of yourself
and yourself as part of the greater whole
You walk towards sunrise
Bright colors in the sky
Every breath balm for your body
Each blank line a blessing for your mind
Every lived Now a present to your soul
Nothing clouds the view
Everything feels so delightfully mellow and soft
And yet all is as clear as never before
You know now where the Divine dwells
The heart of your Being
The Gayatri mantra is one of Indias oldest & most powerful healing mantras!
Following ancient Indo-European roots Mikuskovics Baum devote their 3rd album to the cosmic event of the summer solstice and interpret this sacred Indian mantra with mono- & double-voiced vocals and the acoustics of the Classical & Celtic harp, overtone chants and the ancient Indian instruments Bansuri" & "Morchang"!
Om, we contemplate the shining glory of the revered Source, the origin of Earth, Air and the Heavens. May the Supreme Divinity enlighten us to the highest Truth!"
The Gayatri Mantra is an invocation to the life-giving Sun as a symbol for the divine Light of recognition. It opens, clarifies and purifies the heart. As a tightly guarded Arcanum it was traditionally passed on from mouth to ear. Only in the last few decades has it been accessible to everyone.
Following Indian tradition Mikuskovics Baum repeat the mantra
108 times but divides the traditionally uninterrupted recitation into
3 blocks of 36 passages with each block embedded in 3 repetitions of the
primal syllable AUM. The 3 blocks are further divided into 3 loops of
12 passages and each loop is divided again into 4 times 3 with the middle
block divided into 3 by 4 mantra passages. The result is a mystic number
game with the digits 3 and 4. Three traditionally stands for Spirit, Four
The 3 blocks are connected through 2 instrumental improvisations based on a traditional Indian devotional rhythm called Bhajani Theka. Recited that way the mantra follows classical Western European song style using formal mirroring with introduction, climax and conclusion and is also conforming to the stylistics of classical Indian music: alap, raga/taal & conclusion.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"This track is a beautiful recording of the Gayatri mantra, great for meditation or playing in the home to create a sacred and relaxing atmosphere." Nina M. (Verified buyer @ Spirit Voyage Music)
"The sobriety and devotion of this version takes me to the exact point of whitdrawal and solace that a person in my situation needs, with chronic pain, both physical and mental, for a permanent loss of loved ones, which leads me to an endless duel I can not close. This version has become medicine for me. Thanks, Mikuskovics Baum." Ayla R. (Verified buyer @ Spirit Voyage Music)