Music CD II-2

18,00 

Spiritual Songs and Mantras
goes along with Song Book II

  • 20 tracks
  • Playing time 77 minutes
  • Comprehensive booklet
  • EAN 4 280000 058010

Hagara Feinbier, Roland Ficht, Thomas Ritthoff

Description

"Music is the point of contact between God and our soul." Bettina von Arnim

Singing a mantra is like a joyful prayer: it touches our soul and opens our heart up to contact with the divine. Mantras can help to relieve stress, they support us in meditation, help us to forgive, and arouse compassion, gratitude and love within us. They can heal disturbances. And they can be great fun!

Chanting and dancing have been used in many mystical branches of the world religions to enter a state of religious ecstasy and meditative absorption. Examples include the Hasidic Jewish mystics, whose niguns were wordless songs to praise God beyond names and forms. Or the Sufi dhikr with their rhythmic breathing, chanting and movement. Even the Bible relates the power of music, for example, in Psalm 98: "O sing unto the Lord a new song - With trumpets and the sound of cornets make a joyful noise before the Lord."

Mantras can help us to strengthen the peaceful, bright side within us. And chanting mantras from other cultures can help to bring us closer to their profound wisdom. There may be many paths but the goal is always love, unity in your own midst. Peace begins in our hearts. From here we can carry it out into the world.

Contents and Samples

Buddhist:

Baba Nam
Teyata
Om Tare – Praful
Dang Dang – Nickomo
Om Mani Padme Hum

Christian:

Im Dunkel unsrer Nacht – Taizé
Magnifikat – Taizé

Hindu:

Dhanyavad – Marshall
Om Dum Durgaye – Marshall
Shiva Shampoo

Jewish:

3 Niguns – Medley
Lo Yisa Goy

Sikh:

Aad Gure Nameh
Sat Siri – Gurbasant Singh

Sufi:

Come whoewer you are
Thy Light is in all forms
Mashalla – Nasrudin
Ya Azim

Additional information

Weight 56 g
Dimensions 14 × 12,5 × 0,5 cm