a gateway to infinity
9 tracks, 65 min.
Copyright Manish Vyas © and ℗ 2020
A collection of mantras from the Hindu and Buddhist traditions, which carries the ultimate wisdom as well as the depth of Bhakti - a perfect combination for a contemporary seeker on the path.
The album was inspired in the depth of sacred music from India, which also reached other cultures and spiritual traditions from ancient civilizations which grew close to Bhārat.
This is the beautiful collection of sacred music that will be found in this new album, which carries the flavor, the spirit and the sweetest fragrance of this ancient, rich tradition:
2. RAM RAM RAM
3. SHĀKYAMUNI BUDDHA MANTRA
4. BODHI RŪPAM
5. GATE GATE
6. OM MANI PADME HUM
7. SHANTE PRASHANTE
9. HARI OM
(approx. total time : 65 min)
"As I always say, i am so lucky as a musician from the magic land of India, to have access to these sacred texts, being a sheer honor for me to compose music for such words of wisdom and inspiration discovered by sages and enlightened beings. Each Raga, melody, rhythm and arrangement was carefully chosen to match and enhance the energy of each mantra, by which a sensitive listener will realize how the connection to the mantra can be eased by the music when thoughtfully done. Mantras are perfect as they are, so any music played on a mantra needs to have a deep perception, understanding and utmost sensitivity to protect and preserve the perfection and purity of these ancient sacred sounds, in Sanskrit called MANTRAS." Manish
मननात त्रयते इति मंत्र:
The album is available in CD format and download (from our store which ships worldwide) and in all online music platforms for download and streaming.
If you believe that our scriptures are mere mythological texts, then mantra will disappoint you. as it requires that you invest your faith in a deity. If you don't believe that the existence of God has a form, then it is better for you to practice pure meditation and not pursue the science of Mantra.
The path of Mantra Yoga is accepting that there is
a higher force I can draw energy from.
Mantras should be used without demand and expectations.
It is a pure process of trust, patience, devotion and surrender,
without expecting anything in return.
A mantrin has total faith that in the vast universe there is a divinity that can assume a form which can impart on him protection. In the same way as existence cannot stop the rain even when you may be fervently praying for it, but it can give you an umbrella so you don't get drenched.