Tibetan Mantras for Turbulent Times - Deva Premal and the Gyuoto Monks
Note from Deva and from the Gyuto Monks on how to best use these mantras for a personal meditation practice, as well as their meanings, are here: www.DevaPremalMiten.com/Music/Lyrics_Chords
This album arose from Deva’s personal desire to chant with the Gyuto Monks of Tibet. Their incredible voices, infused with such a deep immersion into the holy Sound, create a perfect tool for personal mantra practice.
Deva is accompanied on cello, by Grammy Award winner, David Darling. Kit Walker, producer of Love is Space and Embrace, plays keyboards and Manose is also featured, on bansuri.
This album is a must-have for anyone interested in Mantra Practice, and even for those who simply want to take a ride on a soulful, sound-healing trip, with Deva, the Gyuto Monks, and three great musicians.
Proceeds of this CD are directed to the Gyuto Monastery in Dharamsala, India, the Phowa Project and Veggiyana.
Om Mani Padme Hum -
Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus.
Om Benza Satto Hung -
This mantra transforms negative karma created over many lifetimes.
Om Muni Muni Mahamuni So Ha -
To the Teacher, Teacher, the great Teacher, I pay homage.
Teyata Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate So Ha -
Gone, gone, gone, far beyond. Oh, what an awakening!
Om Tare Tu Tare Ture Mama Ah Yuh Pune Jana Putim Kuru So Ha -
The liberator of suffering shines light upon me, to create an abundance of merit and wisdom for long life and happiness.
Om Ah Ra Pa Tsa Na Dhi Dhi Dhi -
Amidst the chaos, everything is pure by nature.
Teyata Om Bekanze Bekanze Mahabekanze Bekanze Radza Samutgate So Ha -
I invoke the Healing Buddha inside me by going all the way to the supreme heights, to remove the pain of illness and spiritual ignorance.
Om Zambala Za Len Rayeh So Ha -
I pay homage to the god of fortune.
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