This is an experimental sound healing piece, centered around the use of the orbital frequencies of 10 planetary bodies of our solar system in unison – in one sound. Across two main octaves, the piece employs a variety of Pythagorean intervals that weave throughout.
The sacred ten. Ten sounds in unity from our galaxy. So the idea for this piece is to assist and manifest healing potential, self-transformation and balance. To promote healthy alignment of the infinite universe that is us. The symbol of the cauldron in this instance – to be viewed perhaps as a receptacle of the beautiful ingredients we can stir into the mix. To fuse and create new harmony. The cauldron of transformation and joy. The playful way we can choose the nutrients we stir into the food of creation and existence. Ten joys from the heart outwards and inwards with no sense of separation.
So you can perhaps visualise yourself seated at the bench of becoming – and using the sound and being with the sound, and the inseparable way that you sound with that – imagine that you stir into the cauldron of intention those harmonious and beneficial ingredients using your intuition, and love. Know through the open heart and its loving kindness as you stir, that these beautiful intentions are already manifesting and taking place. Visualise how that feels, its wondrous shape and taste – an inner smile of abundance and clarity. A gentle nod to the view from the veranda of your soul.
Visualise yourself in unity with no sense of separation. Fully able and articulate to manifest and bring about the changes in your physical life, without grasping and trying to grab and fostering expectations, then wearing a sense of failure if they fail to originate. Let go of that into the totality of your being, and allow through the myriad of appreciation and acceptance that all moves in the beautiful dance. Relax into that unity and harvest its potential and bliss into the very present- the right now.
Enjoy the blessings of unity that you can create for yourself.
Improvised polyphonic recitation of the Druid chant of the Awen from the forest stream of Dearbhanu in Devon UK. A simple raw honest field recording of the chant from beside a local forest stream in a cave. A way through using sacred syllables laden with intention but also freed from the constraints of grasping and striving – searching and finding. Allowing the self-arising clarity and inspirations to flow unhindered by the mind and heart. A relinquishing of attachment to retrieving the lost and perhaps more a remembering an active participation to that which is already there and abundant.
While inspiration is perhaps never continuous and more prone to a tidal coming and going like the breath of life – there is a wellspring from which we can always drink and discover new beautiful ways to learn from it. Any word can be used as a catalyst with sound and an intention set, but words which have been used and uttered by others many times with truth in their heart have a flavour that endures and continues the spiral in all directions.
Buddha Vairocana is the primordial, fundamental Buddha of the Universe – The Cosmic Buddha, and He is seen as the embodiment of the Buddhist concept of Emptiness (Sunyata). The name ”Vairocana” translates as “embodiment of light” or “luminous” in ancient Sanskrit, while in Japanese, ”Dainichi” translates as “great sun.” He is the central deity among the five primordial Buddhas or the Tathagatas. Each of the five primordial Buddhas first identifies a specific human failing and then supports us in transforming it into a positive characteristic, bringing about the spiritual evolution required for enlightenment. More specifically, He represents the conversion of ignorance into wisdom.
OM NAMO BHAGAVATE / SARVA DURGATE PARI SHODHANI RAJAYA / TATHAGATAYA / ARHATE SAMYAKSAM BUDDHAYA / TADYATHA / OM SHODHANI SHODHANI / SARVA PAPAM VISHODHANI / SHUDHE VISHUDHE / SARVA KARMA AVARANA VISHODHANI SVAHA
May all sentient beings have happiness and its causes, May all sentient beings be free of suffering and its causes, May all sentient beings never be separated from bliss without suffering, May all sentient beings be in equanimity, free of bias, attachment, and anger.
This is the Yera mantra or the rainbow healing blessing for the benefit of all beings. This mantra is very beneficial for use during self healing or for others. It is very good at working with the generation of life force energy and using that for benefit within the body to harmonise and balance the full spectrum of essence. This mantra is works with cultivating the light body.
Om : represents the five elements in complete harmony and balance, within and without with no sense of separation. The elements in harmonious unity. It also represents through that unity the ability to cleanse, heal and transform our body speech and mind into luminous being.
Ye : represents the eternal, primordial principle of light. This syllable is the flame and the light of heat, the wind that brings life-force. The generator of awareness is manifested with this sound.
Ra : is the sound of the particle – this syllable projects the light of Ye that beams in all directions. Using this sound we can use our will to send it places in the body. Its light purifies and transforms all it touches to harmony. The rays of clarity that shine inwardly and outwardly, receiving and sharing. The sun essence.
Ma : The sound of the healing compassion, a principle of heart centered unity the lunar essence. The light of Ra is illuminated by the winds of love and kindness and its sound carried in completeness across existence and beyond.
Sa : the grounding earthing principle that roots the being in harmony that resounds the firmament of emptiness with its stability and inherent peacefulness.
Siddhi : the sound of the life-force itself, a syllable that encompasses the energy and treasures it speaks of. An expression of totality, the gathering of the preceding syllables. A connection to our intent.
Hung : this sound represents wish fulfilling accomplishments generated by primordial self arising wisdom, and being open to receiving the blessing and acceptance that it has already taken place.
Left hand hold little finger and ring finger into palm. Bring right hand to the left and place little finger and the ring finger over the top of the left as below. Index & Middle fingers joined – with those on the left hand slightly below that of the right. Thumbs touching index fingers.
Mesha mantra : ॐ ह्रीं श्रीं लक्ष्मी नारायणाभ्यां नमः – Om Hirng Shring Lakshmi Narayanabhyam Namah – Mesha is associated with the Head and the colour blood red. The direction of East and the element of Fire, and the dosha of Pitta. The animal symbol is the Ram. The planet is Mars- and the energy is masculine. The Rashi tree for Aries is Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus Santalinus/ रक्तचंदन).
Take ring and middle finger from both hands and weave them between one another. Then index fingers, little fingers and thumbs from each hand touching each-other.
Vrishaba mantra : ॐ गोपालाय उत्तरध्वजाय नमः – Om Gopalay Utterdhvajay Namah – Vrishaba is associated with the face and throat and the colour white. The direction is South and the element is Earth. The dosha is Vata and is associated with feminine energy. The planetary association is Venus. Animal symbol is the Bull. The Rashi tree for Taurus is Indian Devil tree, Blackboard tree (Alstonia Scolaris/ सप्तपर्णी).
Join the two hands- threading/ weaving the fingers in between one another. Hands facing downward.
Mithuna mantra : ॐ क्लीं कृष्णाय नमः – Om Kling Krishnay Namah – Mithuna is associated with the shoulders and arms, and the colour green. The direction is West and the element Air. The Dosha is mixed and the gender masculine. The planetary association is Mercury and the animal symbol is a Man with a mace or a woman with a lute. The Rashi tree for Gemini is Pala-Indigo tree (Wrightia Tinctoria/ काळा-कुडा).
Right hand over the left hand, and join the thumbs together.
Karka mantra : ॐ हिरण्यगर्भाय अव्यक्तरुपिणे नमः – Om Hiranya Garbhay Avyaktrupine Namah – associated with the Chest, and a pale red colour. The direction is North with the element of Water. Dosha is Kapha and with the feminine. The planetary association is with the Moon. The animal symbol is the crab. The Rashi tree for Cancer is Palash (Butea Monosperma/ पळस).
Hands touching both ears with the thumbs. Eyes looking upwards.
Simha mantra : ॐ क्लीं ब्रह्मणे जगदाधाराय नमः – Om Cling Brhmne Jagadadharay Namah – associated with the upper abdomen and the colour white. The direction is East with the element of Fire. The Dosha is Pitta with masculine energy. The planetary association is with the Sun. The animal symbol is the Lion. The Rashi tree for Leo is Indian Jujube, Indian Plum (Ziziphus Mauritiana/ बोर).
Right hand ring finger merge with left hand middle finger, and clamp down tightly with left hand index finger. Then keep the left hand ring finger behind the right hand middle finger – then again clamp this down tightly with right hand index finger. Now join the little fingers together, the middle fingers and the thumbs together straight.
Kanya mantra : ॐ नमः पीं पीताम्बराय नमः – Om Namah ping Pitambray Namah – associated with the mid abdomen and the hands and with a varigated colour . The direction is South with the element of Earth. The Dosha is Vata and the energy feminine. Planetary association is Mercury, and animal symbol is virgin in a boat with grain and a light. The Rashi tree for Virgo is Mango (Mangifera Indica/ आंबा).
Tula mantra : ॐ तत्वनिरञ्जनाय नमः – Om Tatvaniraqjnay Namah – associated with the lower abdomen and the colour black. The direction is West and the element Air. The dosha is mixed with a masculine energy. Planet association is Venus, symbol is man in a marketplace with scales. The Rashi tree for Libra is Indian Medler (Mimusops Elengi/ बकुळ).
Join the two hands with fingers alternate interlocking, then close keeping both thumbs upright.
Vrishchika mantra : ॐ नारायणाय सुरसिंघाय नमः – Om Narayanay Sursingay Namah – associated with the genitals and anus and the colour reddish-brown. The direction is North with the element of water. Dosha is Kapha with feminine energy. Planet association is Mars, and symbol is the Scorpion. The Rashi tree for Scorpio is Indian Catechu (Acacia Catechu/ खैर).
Join and interlock the fingers of both hands, index fingers joined and straight pointing forward, downward 45 degrees. Right thumb over crossing over the left. The right thumb should lock down at the base of the left thumb.
Dhanus mantra : ॐ श्रीं देवकृष्णाय उर्ध्वदन्ताय नमः – Om Shring Devkrishnay Urdhwadantay Namah – associated with the hips and thighs and the colour Tawny. The direction is East and the element is Fire. Dosha is Pitta with Masculine energy. Planet association is Jupiter. Symbol is the Centaur. The Rashi tree for Sagittarius is Peepal (Ficus Religiosa/ पिंपळ).
Right hand over left hand, right hand little finger under left thumb. Right hand thumb over left little finger.
Makara mantra : ॐ श्रीं वत्सलाय नमः – Om Shring Watsalay Namah – associated with the knees and varying colours. The direction is South and the element is Earth. Dosha is Vata with Feminine energy. Planet association is Saturn and symbol is the Crocodile. The Rashi tree for Capricorn is Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia Sissoo/ शिसम).
Join hands as if in prayer, and thumbs press down on the middle of little fingers.
Kumba mantra : ॐ श्रीं उपेन्द्राय अच्युताय नमः – Om Shring UpendrayAchyutay Namah – associated with the calves and the colour of deep brown. Direction is West and the element is Air. Dosha is mixed with Masculine energy. Planet association is Saturn and symbol is a man with a pot. The Rashi tree for Aquarius is Indian Mesquite (Prosopis Cineraria/ शमी.
Join little fingers with their thumbs, then place the index fingers over the thumbs. Then join middle and ring fingers from the two hands together. Apply some pressure with them so they straighten.
Meena mantra : ॐ आं क्लीं उध्दृताय नमः – Om Aang Cling Udhdritay Namah – associated with the feet and the direction of North. The element is Water and the Dosha Kapha. Planet association is Jupiter with Feminine energy. The symbol is two fish. The Rashi tree for Pisces is Banyan tree (Ficus Benghalensis/ वड).
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There often seems to be a lack of energetic practises aimed at men online so here for the men (and women too) are two mudra beneficial for men’s sexual health, empowerment and general wellbeing. These two Linga mudra can help alleviate sexual issues and also just to promote general sexual health for men. Also very good for strengthening the immune system and fighting coughs and colds. You shouldn’t do it too often as it works with fire element and too much of any one element is not balanced. Breathe in the energy through the secret chakra up the spine to the crown and down again towards the sacred area. Hands should be at the abdomen. Visualise the strength and solidity and purification. If you want to make sound with it too – wonderful activate the intentions and be free with yourself let go of any stagnant or restrictive energy and feelings. The second mudra combines the feminine with the masculine- the shiva linga mudra.
Shiva linga mudra is a Sanskrit term for a hand gesture that is a representation of the form of Shiva lingam worshiped in Hindu temples. Shiva is the Hindu god of destruction. Linga is derived from li, meaning “to dissolve,” and gam, meaning “to move on”; and mudra means “sign,” “energetic seal” or “gesture.”
This mudra increases heat in the body so this mudra is to be performed only for 15 minutes or less. But when there is congestion and cold you can continue this mudra for 30 minutes twice a day . Drink plenty of water and discontinue once any symptoms have been alleviated- and of course always talk to your doctor for any genuine health concerns- this practise is to complement not subvert professional medical advice. When in doubt contact your doctor first always.
Linga mudra is formed by interlocking the palms but keeping the left thumb erect pointing upward.
A recitation from the forest of Tsongkhapa’s devotional poetry. Often known as a scholar here in these writings we can see a very human, emotionally expressive delight in the path of awakening. A sense of wonder at what he finds and shows his love for, and his sense of discovery. There is a strong feeling of reverence for the divine in all things and the rich wonder of life’s beautiful flourishing through all levels of reality. The name Manjushri means “Gently Auspicious One.” He is also known as Manjughosha, or “Gentle Voiced One.”
This video is dedicated to the benefit of all beings, and its posting and recitation merely an act of devotional inspiration to the power of sacred sound, speech and writing.
A Narration of the Heart of the Perfection Wisdom Sutra in English with the tone of the planet Saturn. – For the benefit of all sentient beings Its Sanskrit title, Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya, can be translated as “The Heart of the Perfection of Wisdom”. “Form is empty. Emptiness is form. Emptiness is not other than form; form is also not other than emptiness’. There may be some errors in certain words being pronounced- but the power of the Sutra speaks for itself, and the purpose of this video is purely to share and make available to others the teaching of this sacred text in an audio format.
This is the Druid chant of the Awen set to a background of the sacred 528 Hz frequency. This music is intended as healing and shamanic medicine and less for entertainment. This music uses a five octave pentagon- five octaves for five elements within and without. This music uses Pythagorean intervals and the centaur microtonal tuning to help create healing and harmony. It has been recorded in the forest, in caves and by springs. Another essence of this music is like the wellspring of transformation. So this track is about finding the Awen (flowing inspiration) like a spring, then using it to transform your body, your speech and your mind.
This track is not just for the Pagan community, but for the transformation and harmony of all. The opening of the heart, the expansion and nourishing, the completion and birthing. So it is ideal for meditation, contemplation and finding inspiration and shamanic journeying.In this music you will hear the rush of wind, the flowing of springs, the call of birds and the sacred grove.
This music has been composed, recorded and created during meditation and journeying to help facilitate transformation for the listener.