The Gayatri Mantra by Desert Rose is a very creative musical interpretation which includes the Arabic names of God to illuminate the mind. The Gayatri Mantra itself is one of the most powerful Sanskrit Mantra’s from Ancient times. loosely translated as ” We meditate on that most adored Supreme Lord, the Creator, whose effulgence (Divine Light) illumines all realms ( physical, mental and spiritual). May this divine light illumine our intellect. ” The Arabic names of the Creator soar above the Gayatri Mantra as we blend language, culture and religion. Some how the magic that emerges from seeing the Oneness of everything leaves the audience in a state of bliss and connection. One must be prepared to let go of all conditioning and filters of the mind and biography in order to access this oneness. The album has been composed as one continuous sound journey with no breaks. One can chant along with the Gayatri Mantra and then enter into the most blissful peace with the meditative sound journey on the Asma ul Husna, the attributes or names of God. These attributes of God or Asma ul Husna are sung in Arabic in a transcendental way, allowing the listen to enter into deep meditation and illumination of the mind. The Arabic and Sanskrit names of God generates the energy of that which they describe. This directly impacts on the well being of the listener. Sound has the capacity to illumine the mind as it raises our thoughts and vibration to the Divine. Both the Gayatri Mantra and the Ama ul Husna are words that carry a powerful vibration, to be chanted with respect and awareness of pronunciation. This unusual cross over has a special synergy which connects one to the world, God and all of Creation. The album has been written to illuminate the mind and composed with a deep love of all that is Sacred .
Welcome The Light (Gayatri Mantra)
by Desert Rose
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WELCOME THE LIGHT is a combination of two of the most ancient and powerful mantras taken from the Vedic Sanskrit “Gayatri Mantra” and Sufi Arabic “Asma ul Husna”, transporting the listener to the eternal beauty of their scared and divine inner world