Session 10 December 2016

gnosisxsophia

Jedi Council Member
This seems to be “Anuki” from what I read on other posts the opening on the bottom right corner should be opened (it kind of makes sense to draw it too...)

Oops :-[

Yes you are correct, sorry I had entirely forgotten that little omission...

Thank you for reminding me :flowers:
 

MikaelYosef

Jedi Master
Trying to tie up some loose ends from my past posts, particularly where I didn't previously reply.

I realise I'm questioning this, but the term 'VERY' in capitals implies significant. Given there's no timeframe, I'm sure their statement will eventually be correct. But for us in human form, a short term reference is kinda significant. Please correct me where I'm wrong and I might be missing some inside info where the above statement is actually true, but on a global scale and having traveled globally recently, the world remains as messed up as it's always been. Same bird, different wings, locally crazy weather, etc. Not so interesting from my point of view.

I acknowledge my impatience.

MikeJoseph82,

I kind of know what you mean that there doesn't seem to be any one event that qualifies for "a chill up your spine" but I think for me there are plenty of "Thrills and chills".

I would recommend these forum topics:

The Ice Age Cometh! Forget Global Warming!

Volcanoes Erupting All Over

Earthquakes around the world

Trump era: Fascist dawn, or road to liberation?

"Pizzagate" Explodes

SOTT monthly Earth Changes Summary videos

Russia Begins Operations in Syria: End Game for the US Empire?

Civil War in Ukraine: Western Empire vs Russia

These are just some in which almost daily events occur. Maybe you just haven't found a topic that is thrilling enough to follow. :/ :huh:

I've since viewed those posts and I don't think 'thrilling' now is the correct term to be using, even though I perhaps was looking for more signs and indications that things were about to change. Collectively, they're pieces of a bigger puzzle or even different puzzles.

Well, I think the 'VERY interesting' remark was meant at least in part to be tied to their '40 days' comment earlier in the session. That's a little speculative on my part and could be interpreted in a number of different ways, but nevertheless quite a number of things that happened during that time are VERY interesting from my perspective. Laura discusses some of those things here:

Yes, I realise it was selfish to interpret the remark as being for others outside of those who were directly receiving the message. The message was shared, but it was still assumptive to think it could be for anyone else than those who channeled it. That said, if the message was for the longer term and the reference to 'chills' had two separate meanings, it could have been foreshadowing the current events.

Only what you see locally, exists? :shock:
If you don't see the tree falling in the forest at the other side of the Earth, you consider that event doesn't exist??
3 pro-peace ambassadors, being murdered in a 40 days lapse: that doesn't chill you??

Plus the list given above by goyacobol: may you tell me what are your thoughts after reading them? Did you change your view or do you consider I over-see or over-estimate? If I mistake, I'll be glad you correct me :)

You are correct and I was wrong. The other threads have since helped to understand a wider perspective.

One must also consider the long-term implications of the events leading up to Trump's inauguration. What we all saw globally was just the tip of the iceberg of what goes on behind the scenes.

I think the events that have transpired since this quote are now self evident.

The reality is that there is a number of situation in the making, happening,
for whatever reason when I joined the forum first, i used to associate these type of answer with comets , everytime the C's said something similar I was expecting some sort of collapse in the social or planetary structure,
but i later understood that things emerge gradually and in steps,
so things ARE happening, we don't get to hear them in mainstream media at all, and if so is always followed by some distraction such as a game or any popular stuff, to use an analogy, the volcanoe doesn't just explode out of nowhere, there are conditions that make such thing possible and when all conditions are present it explodes.
There is a number of things happening in every continent.

Perhaps you are anticipating that it has to be something of an apocalyptic nature, which is possible and the C's wont tell us, so i think the message there is remain vigilant and Learn how to read the signs and the clues and hints so we improve our abilities at perceiving our reality and of discernment .

This response makes sense all the time. 12 months ago it was correct. Today it is well supported.

One of my several failings was in expecting an event or a sign immediately, and not being able to see things more clearly. I don't like saying I was a full blown doubting Thomas, but I was. I tried to re-word it in a way that made it less so, but it's a decent description. In saying that though, I still believe there's a need to question everything, and while I was wrong in being too skeptical with a limit in peripheral vision, I don't want to change in the sense that I accept things without theoretical criticism and challenge. So, there may be future threads that I also ask the same questions - hopefully it acts beneficially rather than just as cynicism. I genuinely believe in things most folk don't, but I think critical thinking still needs to be in the mix and reciprocally appreciate questioning of my responses too.
 
Aloha everyone! I want to share this video - involving this very subject! This is about the same Lamp, im pretty sure.

Charlie describes Jacob's Ladder as 33 vertebra in our spine, the "Chrism' Oil activating the pineal gland (the lamp?, i think) & this is where we meet God face to face!
He describes the original 28-day, 13 month year and how once a month our, everyones (men & women). Our bodies produce the female-energy oil milk & the male-energy honey.
Spinal fluid, 'oil,milk.honey'etc-
Very striking take on this lamp oil parable, (which frankly scares the crap out of me, because i dont have any of this oil & im a mechanic too!)
Charlies video's truly resonate with me in a big way!
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let me know what you all think
thanks again~
 

c.a.

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I think you're right. And also his prediction reports are not available for free. I don't believe in his latest prediction, but even a blind chicken finds a kernel of corn now and then. What I'm trying to say is, if there are some accurate points in his predictions, we will find out if/when it starts to happen. One thing's for sure. As C's said food scarcity is bound to become more and more obvious, so the food prices are going to keep rising due to the increasingly wild weather patterns as we enter the next grand solar minimum and/or full blown ice age.
"The Russian government is thinking of regulating the prices of grains, pasta, eggs, potatoes, etc. 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet economy, it wants to go back the same way." It seems written for some in Argentina ...

 
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thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Q: (L) Come back! Fillonah of Cassiopaea?

A: Yes

(L) Okay, we want to ask about our little CD that we like so much, the one called Samadhi and it has the Sanskrit songs... We've been listening to this thing for, what, 20 years?

(Galatea) I was 4 or 5 years old when I first heard it.

(L) We just love this CD, and we've got the Sanskrit words, and we've got the translations. We'd like to create some similar chants for our group to use at their meetings or during their Reiki sessions and so forth. Are these particularly beneficial to use during Reiki?

A: Your instincts have served you well!

Q: (L) Why don't you just tell me a yes or no? {Laughter}

(Galatea) Your instincts serve you well, young Skywalker!

(L) Okay, is it better to do it in Sanskrit, or to do it in English?

A: English so everyone can understand.

Q: (Chu) Thank god! Should we modify the melody a lot?

A: Melodies are very good so modify very little. The translated words will guide.
[...]
Today I was listening to one of the songs on the CD and there was a song and I could help wonder whom that voice belonged to. When I tried to look up Nada Shakti, I found an interview and her astrology chart (She was born 10.4.1941 in Prague.) on a Czech website. Below are some notes from the machine translation, which could have been better; there are some jarring issues.
What was at the beginning of your spiritual journey, what caused that dedicated her life to yoga, meditation and spiritual work?

nada-shakti.jpg


It all started in childhood, when I felt a strong desire for freedom. I looked around and knew that I actually just kind of an observer of events. Internally I knew that what I see is not the whole picture, something is missing and I wanted "something" to get to know. It was interesting that I inkarnovala just in Czechoslovakia in Prague in a time of war, when there was not freedom.

Now, when I look back, I see that my mental Being deliberately namanifestovalo to be reborn in central Europe, in a country where after the war there was a revolution and to further repression, which had to re-work our way forward. The desire for freedom was very strong and the external environment constitute a part of karma, which I had to surrender. There are degrees of freedom.....

When I first heard the word America, has sounded in my Existence as a mantra. I was like I'm country she knew, from ancient times, and I knew that one day I will live because of me there's a job waiting, from which will emerge the mission. It was just a given.
Do you think that you lived in some of the earlier incarnation in America?
Definitely. My desire to go to America was very strong. I felt that this is my home. And when I then to America arrived, it was truly a homecoming. The country with me stunningly resonated, especially american Indians. Later, when I began to deal with yoga, I lived in California and traveled around Arizona or New Mexico, rozpomínala I look at some of your past lives where I used to live in this country as an Indian.

When you actually go to America?
From Czechoslovakia, I left twenty-five years ago. Some time I lived in France, in Germany and in England. From there I went to America. It is about twenty-two years. It is true that on my spiritual journey had some impact and experience of clinical death, which I already had in Czecho - slovakia. When I was going through your karmami, everything is so piled up that I wanted to leave from this world. And that's when I experienced a clinical death.

Was that how it describes Moody?
It was really so. I went through the black tunnel, walked into the beautiful light. Encircled me immense peace and well-being, my Being climbed closer to the beautiful light. It was so beautiful that I didn't want to go back. My time, however, has not come yet, so I felt my consciousness falling from the light back into the body. It was a wonderful experience, the experience, the first touch of eternal life. It was interesting that after what I've been through a lot, lost a passport and I can travel.

I asked for a passport more than ten years, and still nothing. It was only after I gained some experience and learned some life lessons, have a passport appeared. Everything perfectly, it was incredible to synchronize events. Away immediately. I left behind everything – the old energy, family, friends, everything I have made. My departure was a new beginning for me.

My Being was not in good condition, a lot I've been through, it was necessary to thoroughly cleanse, heal. I knew that I wanted to live in the real health that I want to get inner peace, to put the good of the world, in short, I began to work hard. I knew that's what I'm looking for, is in me, that nothing I can't find out.

The system of yoga was for you just a tool, a method, which you could move closer to the goal.
Yes. Yoga has been for me very important. And it wasn't just hathajóga but also breathing exercises, meditation and chants..... It was all perfectly natural, my problems disappeared, it was bliss and it all came as would of itself. The more I yoga donated, the faster was cleaning up the note, which it spread, I was starting to remember their connection from past lives, the life in India and I was very blessed, when he appeared as a master, a very pure being, an enlightened man from the himalayan mountains....

Yoga teachers is a lot, but to meet someone who has purity in the heart, true innocence, the immeasurable love and wisdom, it is rare. And he had all this. He just shone. He initiated me into yoga, he gave me a mantra and much more. It was confirmed to me that even a saying that "when the student is ready, the teacher will appear".
Your spiritual development and the private life had to experience a huge change, how you did it all take?
My spiritual development has accelerated. A day I spent hours of yoga, I created the scheme, I was starting to relax, then followed by the asana, breathing exercises, and finally meditation. Really helped me. I soon began to feel, how my Being opens up, as I go into more depth, how to pročišťuji, I give myself, as I approach the inner peace for which we all long.

Then I started to learn. I taught yoga at various schools, in Boston, at the university of Cambridge. I wrote also a book of Yoga and all that came out in Boston. I lived in peace, peace and quiet, when my inner voice said that I must again turn everything over and start again. At that time I was still married, I had a good place in Boston with my husband and we were great friends....

My inner Being, however, ached from everything is free, everything to surrender.... And so, even when viewed from outside, my life seemed to be smoothly and everything was perfect, I knew it, I no longer serves, that it does not add anything. My soul longed for freedom, and I wanted to cell pursue the spiritual path. The himalayan mountains were calling....
Sometimes people are coming and asking for miracles, looking for a miracle healers, psychics, yogis, fast cure...

It is part of the illusion. We think that someone else will do something, we are looking for the shortcuts, make it easy and make it fast. In fact, every being must go through their lessons, they must go through the development in its rhythm, a lot to learn and then turn everything over. External help will come for the asking, but the impetus must come from the individual.

It's actually strengthen the inner spiritual power, but the ultimate cure lies in connecting with our spiritual power, healing power within us, this is the power of love. Just so you can achieve a complete recovery.
 
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thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
(L) Okay, we want to ask about our little CD that we like so much, the one called Samadhi and it has the Sanskrit songs... We've been listening to this thing for, what, 20 years?

(Galatea) I was 4 or 5 years old when I first heard it.

(L) We just love this CD, and we've got the Sanskrit words, and we've got the translations. We'd like to create some similar chants for our group to use at their meetings or during their Reiki sessions and so forth. Are these particularly beneficial to use during Reiki?

A: Your instincts have served you well!

Q: (L) Why don't you just tell me a yes or no? {Laughter}

(Galatea) Your instincts serve you well, young Skywalker!

(L) Okay, is it better to do it in Sanskrit, or to do it in English?

A: English so everyone can understand.

Q: (Chu) Thank god! Should we modify the melody a lot?

A: Melodies are very good so modify very little. The translated words will guide.

Q: (L) And so I've kinda picked Chu to work on this project. Is that, eh...

(Galatea) {Laughter} You're getting the C's to back you up on that?

A: Galatea and Itellsya can contribute additional tonalities. And yourself, of course!

Q: (L) So, Chu does the first track, and then we'll add tracks.

(Chu) Muhaha! That was my plan!

(L) Alright then. And who's going to be in charge of this mixing project?

A: Timótheos!

Q: {Laughter} (Timótheos) Aaaah.

(L) Alright, thanks very much. Goodnight!

A: Goodbye.

(L) Alright. We know what we're gonna do in the next 40 days, while the world falls apart, we're gonna sing chants! {Laughter}

END OF SESSION


Although it may be easier to listen to the songs on the Deezer site, on the Discog site, there are images of the CD and accompanying information. Based on the images, I typed up the lyrics for easier access, since they will be needed if versions with adapted English of even some of the songs are to become a reality one day. Included below are the introduction and final comments by Nada Shakti as well as three screenshots of the CD for the sake of reference.

Introduction on the CD
IT IS MY PRIVILEGE AND JOY to share with you these Sacred chants and prayers from the ancient wisdom of India. They have been given to me as a great gift by various teachers and yogis during my journeys into the Himalayas. They hae been my dearest companions throughout the years of my spiritual unfoldment, the endless source of inspiration, empowerment and joy. Some of thee chants are from the ancient scriptures of India's Vedas (translates - 'Knowledge') and for ages they have been chanted by many "gerat ones" of the Himalayas to invoke empowerment and enlightenmemt. Other chants on this album are the popular devotional songs of India, used in "Bhajans" and "Kirtans" for worship and celelbration. All chants and prayers are in the ancient language of India, Sanskrit. By taking them out of their purely traditional context and bringing them into universal musical arrangement, we aspire to make them more available to the world to inspire and empower the Vision of Peace and Oneness.
The song lyrics with translation
1. Gayatri mantra - Illumination Mantra
Om Bhurbhuvasvah Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargodevasya
Dheemahi Dhiyoyonah Prachodayat
We meditate on the Effulgent Light of divine reality to purify and illuminate all worlds and our Being.

2. Rama, Rama - Praise to Rama
Prema Mudita Mana Se Kaho- Rama, Rama, Ram
Papa kate Dukha Mite Leke Ramanam
Bhava Samudra Sukha Danavam Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
Mahadeva Satata Japata Devja Ramanam
Kashi Marata Mukta Karata Kahata Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
Mata Pita Bandhu Sakha Sabahi Ramanam
Bhakti Janana Jivana Dhana Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
With loving and happy mind chant the name of Rama. It will destroy all the sins and all pains will come to the end. It is a happy boat in which you can cross the ocean of life. Even lord Shiva is ever repeating the divine name of Rama. Those dying in Kashi attain the liberation through chanting the Rama name. Rama is father, Rama is mother, Rama is brother and friend. It is one great treasure of all devotees to repeat the name of Rama.

3. Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita RAm
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako Sanmati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako Sanmati De Bhagavan

The master of the Raghu race King of the Ragha dynasty, the King Ram. Sita Ram, who is the purifier (uplifter) of the downtrodden. My friend, chant the name of Sita Ram. Ishvara and Allah are names of the same God. Oh God give virtues to everyone. Oh Lord, Oh Lord give virtues to everyone.

4. Asato Ma Sat Gamayo - From Unreal to Real
Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
Mrtyorma Amrtom Gamaya

Lead us from unreal to real
Lead us from darkness to Light
Lead us from death to immortality.


5. Purnamahdah - Prayer of Oneness
Purnamadah Purnamidam
Purnat Purnamudacyate
Purnasya Purnamadaya
Purnameva Vasishyte

That (God) is perfection
This (the Universe) is perfection
For perfection springs out of perfection,
taking the perfectly whole form of perfection
(the Universe), the God still does subsist as the perfect whole.


6. Ya Devi - Praise to Divine Mother
Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namah

Salutatio to Divine Mother, who abides in all being in the form of Peace. Salutations and Salutations again.

7. Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine
Murali Krishna, Mukunda Krishna, Mohana Krishna
Krishna Krishna
Gopi Krishna, Gopala Krishna, Govardhana-Dhara
Krishna Krishna
Radha-Krishna, Bala Krishna, Rasa-Vilola
Krishna Krishna
Shirdhi Krishna, Parti-Krishna, Shri Sathya Sai
Krishna Krishna

Chant the name of Lord Krishna, Mukundo, Mohan, Gopala, Govardha-nadhara, Radha-Krishna, Shirdi Baba and Sathya Sai Baba

8. Twameva Mata - Prayer of Surrender
Twameva Mata Ca Pita Twameva
Twameva Bandho Ca Sakha Twameva
Twameva Vidya Dravinam Twameva
Twameva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva

Thou art my mother, Thou art my father,
Thou art my friend and companiion
Thou art my wisdom and wealth
Thou art my all in all
Oh Lord of Lords


9. Loka Samasta - Prayer of All Beings
Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu

May all beings have auspiciouisness
May all beings have peace
May all being have fullness
May all beings be blessed
May all beings in all worlds have happiness


10. Jyoti, Jyoti - Lights of Lights
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Vaama Jyoti, Sama Jyoti, Vaana Jyoti, Jnaana Jyoti,
Mahaa Jyoti, Yoga Jyoti, Vaata Jyoti, Naada Jyoti,
Erna Jyoti, Vyama Jyoti, Eru Jyoti, Veeru Jyoti,
Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye

Light O Light of Self-effulgence, Light O Light of Absoluteness
Light O Light of Gracfulness, Light O Light of Auspciousness,
Light O Light of Shiva, Light of Moon, Light Dvine,
Light of Wisdom, Light of Heaven, Light of Yoga, Light of Wind,
Light of Sound, Light of Delight, Light of Water, Light of Risinig,
Vital Light, the only Light, Give us the Light, the light of Lights


11. Jaya Narayani - Salutations Power Divine
Jaya Narayani Namastute
Guru Deva, Guru Mata,
Hare, Hare,
Om Namoh Bhagavate Namo Namo

Salutation to Power Divine,
Guru God, Guru Mother,
Salutation and Praise again and again
A comment on the title Samadhi
"In the innermost Heart of our Being there is the Presence of Samadhi - clear Light and pure Sound. The Light which is not seen, the Sound which is not heard to the visible world. It is only seen by the inner eye and it is only heard by the inner ear. On the Bliss wave of this Sound we travel back "home", we spiral upward in the ecstasy of Light and music - SAMADHI!" - Nada Shakti

Special thanks to Bruce Becvar for his love and creative genius, to Lilian Lovelace for her loving support, Jules Kanarek for his friendship and support and to all my teachers who shared these sacred chants with me.

"SAMADHI - Sanskrit word - translates - ecstasy, union

Produced by Bruce Becvar and Nada Shakti for Shining Star Productions, 1990.
 

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goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Thanks, @thorbiorn for the interesting music links. I wonder if that is the same music @Laura was talking about. Some songs are more melodic than others. Also rather than using Rama we could maybe just be more generic/universal with Divne Cosmic Mind?

Although it may be easier to listen to the songs on the Deezer site, on the Discog site, there are images of the CD and accompanying information. Based on the images, I typed up the lyrics for easier access, since they will be needed if versions with adapted English of even some of the songs are to become a reality one day. Included below are the introduction and final comments by Nada Shakti as well as three screenshots of the CD for the sake of reference.

The album is a playlist also found on YouTube for those not belonging to the Deezer site.

1. Gayatri mantra - Illumination Mantra

2. Rama, Ram - Praise to Rama

3. Sita Ram

4. Asato Ma Sat Gamayo - From Unreal to Real

5. Purnamahdah - Prayer of Oneness

6. Ya Devi - Praise to Divine Mother

7. Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine

8. Twameva Mata - Prayer of Surrender

9. Loka Samasta - Prayer of All Beings

10. Jyoti, Jyoti - Lights of Lights

11. Jaya Narayani - Salutations Power Divine

I find the music hauntingly beautiful. If you link from the forum you do not get the advertisements (even on a loop) which is a plus I think.

Even without a translation, the music speaks a beautiful language.
 

thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
After typing and posting the translations of the songs on the CD Samadhi, I found two spelling mistakes: In 3. RAm->Ram. In 4. Asato Ma Sat Gamayo, Gamayo->Gamaya

Some songs are more melodic than others. Also rather than using Rama we could maybe just be more generic/universal with Divne Cosmic Mind?
Regarding the name Rama, there is the following excerpt, in which I reduced the spacing between the lines: Session 20 October 1994
Q: Who was the Queen of Sheba?
A: Fictional.
Q: Did a great queen come to visit King Solomon?
A: Alien influence.
Q: Who was Arjuna?
A: Same as Sheba.
Q: Who is Shiva?
A: Same.
Q: Rama?
A: Indian. High priest influenced by Confederation.

Q: Is Ormethion who the Lizzies worship?
A: Close.
Q: Who do they worship? What do they call their god?
A: Physical universe.
Q: The physical universe is their god?
A: Yes.
And later Session 30 March 2002:
Q: (L) I think the way the question was asked before - does repeated applications of Reiki heal Karma even, and the answer was 'yes'. I think that something that heals Karma just about covers everything...since that is very often our major concern in this reality. (V) Laura and I were looking at these Karuna Reiki symbols earlier and discussing them, can you offer some insight as to their validity?

A: Give them a try and research background of originator. You may discover something very interesting.

Q: (V) Well, I have used them, not to a great extent. The one that I have used the most is the Rama symbol which is used to dispel or expel negative energy. Does this symbol do what they claim it does?

A: Do you think that a symbol can control your consciousness, or the consciousness of another?


Q: (V) I guess I've been thinking it's a tool just as this is a tool (holds up symbol displayed earlier). No I don't think a symbol can control consciousness...when it's put that way. But I want to say that I think they can be used as tools also. Not to be right or anything but this my thinking at this time.

A: What quality of an individual would have to be present to set the effect of a symbol against consciousness?
The name: Rama has also been used as a seed mantra, with one site claiming that it relates to the chakra of solar plexus area and the element of fire.
3) Manipura (Solar) Chakra Beej Mantra RAM
[...]
There are Beej Mantas for the five elements(Tatva), which are Fire, Earth, Air, Water and Ether. For example, the Agni Beej Mantra is 'Ram'. It can be chanted to increase the fire element in the body, healing ailments and diseases related to the Agni Tatva.
The Sanskrit texts with analysis of single letters are usually Tantric and might share a similarity with some texts from the Kaballah elaborating on the meaning of the letters of the Hebrew letters. One session suggests the origin of the Kaballah to be pre-Mosaic Jews, and the origin of the book of Enoch, which forms part of the Hebrew and Christian Bibles to be a Sanskritian society. Might this indicate a connection between the two systems?
Q: (L) What is the origin of the Kaballah?

A: Channeled truths given to early pre-Mosaic Jews to use your terminology.

Q: (L) When the Jewish commentators began setting down the teachings, was this the first time this had been put into writing?

A: No. Not even close.

Q: (L) Is the form that it is in today very close to the original form and can it be relied upon?

A: No. Corrupted.
Q: (L) What is the origin of the books of Enoch?

A: Sanskritian society in area now referred to as India.


Q: (L) What evaluation can we give the books of Enoch as far as level of truth?

A: 50% of area was destroyed in nuclear conflagration in between

Q: (L) In between what?

A: Then and now in the expanded present.

Q: (L) What is the "expanded" present?

A: The real measure of time.
And later in the same session:
Q: (L) On the subject of the 666, I was given an insight into this several years ago as to another meaning of it, is that interpretation also correct?

A: Maybe. VI is 6 in Roman Numerals. S was 6 in ancient Egypt. A was 6 in Sanskrit. VISA, see, is 666. Interesting that to travel for extended periods one needs a "visa" also, yes?
In the name Rama, a connection between the area of India, Middle East and Egypt may be indicated, since Ra was at one time an Egyptian sun deity. And the Wiki on sun deities connects Rama to the sun.
The Ramayana has Rama as a direct descendant of the Surya, thus belonging to the Suryavansha or the clan of the Sun.
While there may be a link, it may also be just a coincidence. In Zoroastrianism for instance, the Sun was called
Hvare-khshaeta. The Wiki mentions:
Avestan Hvarə-xšaēta is a compound in which hvar "sun" has xšaēta "radiant" as a stock epithet. Avestan hvar derives from Proto-Indo-Iranian *súHar "sun", from which the Vedic Sanskrit theonym Surya also derives. In Middle Persian, Hvare-khshaeta was contracted to Khwarshēd, continuing in New Persian as Khurshēd/Khorshīd (cf. a similar contraction of Avestan Yima-khshaeta as Jamshid).

Zoroastrian influences on Hungarian, Slavic, Ossetian, Turkic and Mongol mythologies have also been noted, all of which bearing extensive light-dark dualisms and possible sun god theonyms related to Hvare-khshaeta.[97][98][99]
Some songs have more names than others and will need more translation. Learning about the origins of the songs, may assist the process of translation and adaptation. To be continued...
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
In the name Rama, a connection between the area of India, Middle East and Egypt may be indicated, since Ra was at one time an Egyptian sun deity. And the Wiki on sun deities connects Rama to the sun.
While there may be a link, it may also be just a coincidence. In Zoroastrianism for instance, the Sun was called
Hvare-khshaeta. The Wiki mentions:
Some songs have more names than others and will need more translation. Learning about the origins of the songs, may assist the process of translation and adaptation. To be continued...

Thanks again @thorbiorn, The references explain a lot about the possible origins of the names and meaning of the songs. Since many of the names are more like biblical character names such as Moses etc. they may not need to be changed to tell the story.
 

thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
One more correction to the post with the lyrics. In the sixth song, where the translation begins "Salutatio" it should be "Salutations"
Some songs have more names than others and will need more translation. Learning about the origins of the songs, may assist the process of translation and adaptation. To be continued...
Finding sources for the lyrics on the CD was assisted by a couple of search engines. The format will be that I quote the lyrics with the translations again, and add a comment section for each song where I list what I found. I have put all into a huge quote, put the text quoted in quotes, and indented them if they were long. This makes it easier to copy and work on them in a new post or file.

1. Gayatri mantra - Illumination Mantra
Om Bhurbhuvasvah Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargodevasya
Dheemahi Dhiyoyonah Prachodayat
We meditate on the Effulgent Light of divine reality to purify and illuminate all worlds and our Being.

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From Wiki:
"The Gāyatrī Mantra, also known as the Sāvitri Mantra, is a highly revered mantra from the Rig Veda (Mandala 3.62.10),[1]" The Wiki has very many translations. The verse is explained on this site Why, How and the Importance of Gayatri Mantra! - ReSanskrit which also has the Sanskrit as it appears in the original: ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः। तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि। धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात्॥ For each sound and word, there is an explanation.


2. Rama, Rama - Praise to Rama
Prema Mudita Mana Se Kaho- Rama, Rama, Ram
Papa kate Dukha Mite Leke Ramanam
Bhava Samudra Sukha Danavam Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
Mahadeva Satata Japata Devja Ramanam
Kashi Marata Mukta Karata Kahata Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
Mata Pita Bandhu Sakha Sabahi Ramanam
Bhakti Janana Jivana Dhana Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita...
With loving and happy mind chant the name of Rama. It will destroy all the sins and all pains will come to the end. It is a happy boat in which you can cross the ocean of life. Even lord Shiva is ever repeating the divine name of Rama. Those dying in Kashi attain the liberation through chanting the Rama name. Rama is father, Rama is mother, Rama is brother and friend. It is one great treasure of all devotees to repeat the name of Rama.

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A traditional Bhajan, that exists in different versions of different lengths. Here is a longer one. If you Google it, you will see it was popular within the Sathya Sai Baba movement.

The verses of the song in devanagari from the longer text in devanagari:
"प्रेम मुदित मन से कहो, राम राम राम​
पाप कटें दुःख मिटें, लेत राम नाम।​
भव समुद्र सुखद नाव, एक राम नाम॥​
प्रेम मुदित मन से कहो, राम राम राम​
महादेव सतत जपत, दिव्य राम नाम।​
कासी मरत मुक्ति करत, कहत राम नाम॥​
प्रेम मुदित मन से कहो, राम राम राम​
मात पिता बंधु सखा, सब ही राम नाम।​
भक्त जनन जीवन धन, एक राम नाम॥"​

In a previous post, I wrote about the name "Rama". Since then, I have found several online resources. For Rama, I first a collection of meanings taken from various dictionaries. Later I came across KST (Online Sanskrit Dictionary)
The entry on Rama is very rich. I first entered "rama", among the results I went to "raama" which opens the page about raama in the Puranas and Itihas. On this page, I found a hyperlink "rāma" If you click on this you will find a long list of entries including:
"राम​
mfn. (-मः-मा-मं)​
१. Black.​
२. White.​
३. Beautiful, pleasing.​
m. (-मः)​
१. A name common to three incarnations of VISHṆU, viz:-firstly, PARAŚURĀMA, the son of the Muni JAMADAGNI, born at the commencement of the second or TRETA YUGA, for the purpose of punishing the tyrannical kings of the Kshetriya race. Secondly, RĀMACHANDRA, the son of DAŚARATHA, king of Oudh, born at the close of the second age, to destroy the demons who infested the earth, and especially RĀVAṆA the Daitya-sovereign of Ceylon. Thirdly, BALARĀMA, (the elder and half-brother of KRISHṆA,) the son of BĀSUDEVA by ROHINI, born at the end of the DWĀPARA or third age.​
२. A name of VARUṆA, regent of the waters.​
३. A horse.​
४. A sort of deer.​
The first dictionary I found may be more simple to use. As one can see there is quite a range of meanings. Another question is how useful this search is, although it can satisfy curiosity. Most of the names we carry have some obscure meaning, that few think much about, except in a few reflective moments. There are other words one could look up in this verse, but I shall leave it with the above example. If there is a need this page from the University of Köln in Germany has a string of dictionaries.

Besides being tied down with one-line dictionary translations, some of which are contradictory, as when Raama can mean both black and white, one can also consider what Rama represents and the function he plays as a role model of virtue in religious education. If one cares to Google this question, there is no disappointment. Rama is in the current Vedic tradition considered a divine incarnation and this fact alone is probably a justification for many chants. The Encyclopaedia Britannica has this:

"References to Rama as an incarnation of Vishnu appear in the early centuries CE. There was, however, probably no special worship of him before the 11th century, and it was not until the 14th and 15th centuries that distinct sects appeared venerating him as the supreme god (notably that of the followers of the Brahman Ramananda). Rama’s popularity was increased greatly by the retelling of the Sanskrit epics in the vernaculars, such as Tulsidas’s celebrated Hindi version, the Ramcharitmanas (“Sacred Lake of the Acts of Rama”), and the Tamil Ramayana by Kampan as well as innumerable oral variants and dance dramas.​
Rama and Krishna (also an incarnation of Vishnu) were the two most-popular recipients of adoration from the bhakti (devotional) groups that swept the country during that time. Whereas Krishna is adored for his mischievous pranks and amorous dalliances, Rama is conceived as a model of reason, right action, and desirable virtues. Temples to Rama faced by shrines to his monkey devotee Hanuman are widespread throughout India. Rama’s name is a popular form of greeting among friends (“Ram! Ram!”), and Rama is the deity most invoked at death."​

If we had to translate, we could keep the image of a highly developed person. Elaborating on the role of a highly developed person, one might consider the function some souls appear to play. Here is an excerpt from Session 30 September 1994
"Q: (L) Is there any special power or advantage in praying in the name of Jesus?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) Well, if he didn't die and release his spirit into the earth plane, how is this power conferred?​
A: Prayers go to him.​
Q: (L) And what does he do when he hears the prayers?​
A: Determines their necessity against background of individual soul development.​
Q: (L) You said that when a person prays to Jesus that he makes some sort of a decision, is that correct?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) Well, how can he do that when millions of people are praying to him simultaneously?​
A: Soul division.​
Q: (L) What do you mean by soul division?​
A: Self explanatory.​
Q: (L) Do you mean soul division as in cellular mitosis where a cell splits and replicates itself?​
A: No.​
Q: (L) Does Jesus' soul divide?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) How many times does it divide?​
A: Endlessly as a projection of consciousness.​
Q: (L) And what happens to this piece of soul that is divided or projected?​
A: Is not a piece of a soul.​
Q: (L) What is it?​
A: It is a replication.​
Q: (L) Is each replication exactly identical to the original?​
A: Yes. And no.​
Q: (L) In what way is the replicated soul different from the original?​
A: Not able to give individual attention.​
Q: (L) Are any of us able to replicate in this manner if we so desire?​
A: Could if in same circumstance. The way the process works is thus: When Jesus left the earth plane, he went into another dimension or density of reality, whereupon all "rules" regarding the awareness of time and space are entirely different from the way they are perceived in your realm. At this point in space time his soul which was/is still in the physical realm, was placed in a state of something akin to suspended animation and a sort of advanced form of unconsciousness. From that point to the present his soul has been replicated from a state of this unconsciousness in order that all who call upon him or need to be with him or need to speak to him can do so on an individual basis. His soul can be replicated ad infinitum--as many times as needed. The replication process produces a state of hyper-consciousness in each and every version of the soul consciousness.11"​
[...]
"Q: (L) The passages attributed to Jesus in Matthew 24 and Luke 21, where Jesus predicts the end of the age and his return, is that fairly accurately rendered?​
A: Close.​
Q: (L) Is Jesus, in fact, in a state of suspension, voluntarily, in another plane of existence, having chosen to give up his life on this plane in order to continuously generate replications of his soul pattern for other people to call upon for assistance?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) If one calls upon him more than once, does one get a double dose?​
A: Define.​
Q: (L) If one repeatedly calls upon Jesus does one get repeated replications or additional strength, power or whatever?​
A: No.​
Q: (L) In other words, once one has truly made the connection, that's it?​
A: That's all that's needed.​
Q: (L) Has any other soul volunteered to perform this work?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) How many souls are doing this work at the present time?​
A: 12.​
Q: (L) Can you name any of the others?​
A: Buddha. Moses. Shintanhilmoon.14 Nagaillikiga.15 Varying degrees; Jesus is the strongest currently."​

Some of the difficulties with the above song in terms of translation are also present in the next.

3. Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako Sanmati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako Sanmati De Bhagavan

The master of the Raghu race King of the Ragha dynasty, the King Ram. Sita Ram, who is the purifier (uplifter) of the downtrodden. My friend, chant the name of Sita Ram. Ishvara and Allah are names of the same God. Oh God give virtues to everyone. Oh Lord, Oh Lord give virtues to everyone.

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The Wiki explains the origin of this bhajan is not clear, but that it is likely inspired by the Tulsidas Ramayana. The song exists in different versions and the above overlaps with a version by Mahatma Gandhi. Rather than Sanskrit, it is apparently in Hindi which descends from Sanskrit. The part in the song that overlaps with the version by Gandhi, that does not include the last two lines of the song, is given in the Wiki as:
"रघुपति राघव राजाराम,पतित पावन सीतारामसीताराम सीताराम,भज प्यारे तू सीतारामईश्वर अल्लाह तेरो नाम,सब को सन्मति दे भगवान"

4. Asato Ma Sat Gamaya - From Unreal to Real
Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
Mrtyorma Amrtom Gamaya

Lead us from unreal to real
Lead us from darkness to Light
Lead us from death to immortality.


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The Wiki names this the Pavamana Mantra and gives the Sanskrit as असतो मा सद्गमय ।तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय ।मृत्योर्माऽमृतं गमय ॥ It further mentions:
"The Pavamana Mantra (pavamāna meaning "being purified, strained", historically a name of Soma), also known as pavamāna abhyāroha (abhyāroha, lit. "ascending", being an Upanishadic technical term for "prayer"[1]) is an ancient Indian mantra introduced in the Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upaniṣad (1.3.28.)[2][3][4] The mantra was originally meant to be recited during the introductory praise of the soma sacrifice by the patron sponsoring the sacrifice.[5]"​
There are various translations and some may flow better in English than the one given on the CD. The Wiki offers for instance this by Swami Madhvananda:
"From evil lead me to good, From darkness lead me to light, From death lead me to immortality." Most variations concern the first line, with other versions saying: "From ignorance lead me to truth" or "From falsehood lead me to truth" or "From the unreal lead me to the real!"

Some people may have met this mantra in another context:
"In 2003, the mantra was worked into the theme Navras by Juno Reactor and used for the end credits of The Matrix Revolutions.[13]"​
Here is a youtube link. The mantra is heard already at the beginning. The voices of the vocalist Lakshmi Shankar and Azam are kind of overshadowed by the instruments. Both are on youtube with their own works.
As far as translation is concerned this mantra poses few issues except maybe for getting a good flow with the original music. The following mantra may be in the same category.

5. Purnamahdah - Prayer of Oneness
Purnamadah Purnamidam
Purnat Purnamudacyate
Purnasya Purnamadaya
Purnameva Vasishyte

That (God) is perfection
This (the Universe) is perfection
For perfection springs out of perfection,
taking the perfectly whole form of perfection
(the Universe), the God still does subsist as the perfect whole.


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The Wiki on Shanti Mantas lists the above as pertaining to the Brihadaranyaka and Isha Upanishads. where they occur in the introduction before the actual text. The Sanskrit text that corresponds to the lyrics in the song is: "पूर्णमदः पूर्णमिदम् पूर्णात् पूर्णमुदच्यते | पूर्णस्य पूर्णमादाय पूर्णमेवावशिष्यते ||" One will find more than one translation One simple, open and accurate one is:
"That is full; this is full.​
From fullness, fullness comes out.​
Taking fulness from fullness,​
what remains is fullness."​
which can be found in The Upanishads, A New Translation by Vernon Katz and Thomas Egenes from 2015, page 25, and in Maharishi's Absolute Theory of Defence from 1995, page 354.

6. Ya Devi - Praise to Divine Mother
Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namah

Salutations to Divine Mother, who abides in all being in the form of Peace. Salutations and Salutations again.

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The original reads;"या देवी सर्वभूतेषु शान्तिरूपेण संस्थिता । नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमो नमः ॥ ४७-४९॥" A more common version of this verse is when it reads "Shakti" (power) instead of "Shanti" (peace). Both forms appear in the Devi Mahatmyam with the variation using Shantirupena occupying and repeated thrice in chapter 5, verses 47-49. Devi Mahatmyam is part of the Skanda Purana. One can also find the verse in number 17 in the Devistuti, which is taken from the Devi Mahatmyam. It may also be that parts of the Devistuti are older and were later incorporated into the Devi Mahatmyam and the Skanda Purana. This site translates the verse as: "To that Devi who in all beings is abiding in the form of peace, Salutations to her, salutations to her, salutations to her, Salutations again and again." On the CD there is one salutation less if it makes a difference. In the traditional form, this verse is in the anustubh meter.

About "Devi", (Notice the "i" is long. In Sanskrit the vowels a, u and i and be both be long and short.) the Wiki has:
"Devī /ˈdeɪvi/ (Sanskrit: देवी) is the Sanskrit word for 'goddess'; the masculine form is deva. Devi and deva mean 'heavenly, divine, anything of excellence', and are also gender-specific terms for a deity in Hinduism.​
The concept and reverence for goddesses appears in the Vedas, which were composed around the 3rd millennium BCE. However, they do not play a central role in that era.[1] Goddesses such as Lakshmi, Parvati, Durga, Saraswati, Sita, Radha and Kali have continued to be revered in the modern era.[1] The medieval era Puranas witness a major expansion in mythology and literature associated with Devi, with texts such as the Devi Mahatmya, wherein she manifests as the ultimate truth and supreme power. She has inspired the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism. Further, Devi and her primary form Parvati is viewed as central in the Hindu traditions of Shaktism and Shaivism.[1][2]"​

Further, there is about the etymology of Devi::

"Devi and deva are Sanskrit terms found in Vedic literature around the 3rd millennium BCE. Deva is masculine, and the related feminine equivalent is devi.[3] Monier-Williams translates it as 'heavenly, divine, terrestrial things of high excellence, exalted, shining ones'.[4][5] Etymologically, the cognates of devi are Latin dea and Greek thea.[6] When capitalized, Devi or Mata refers to goddess as divine mother in Hinduism.[7] Deva is also referred to as devatā, and devi as devika.[4]
According to Douglas Harper, the etymological root dev- means 'a shining one', from *div-, 'to shine', and it is a cognate with Greek dios, 'divine' and Zeus, and Latin deus (Old Latin deivos).[8]"​

I tried a reference work and scrolled down to find:

Source: DDSA: The practical Sanskrit-English dictionary​
Devī (देवी).—​
1) A female deity, a goddess.​
2) Name of Durgā.​
3) Name of Sarasvatī.​
4) Name of Sāvitrī.​
5) A queen, especially a crowned queen (agramahiṣī who has undergone the consecration along with her husband); प्रेष्य- भावेन नामेयं देवीशब्दक्षमा सती । स्नायीयवस्त्रक्रियया पत्त्रोर्णं वोपयुज्यते (preṣya- bhāvena nāmeyaṃ devīśabdakṣamā satī | snāyīyavastrakriyayā pattrorṇaṃ vopayujyate) M.5.12; देवीभावं गमिता परिवारपदं कथं भजत्येषा (devībhāvaṃ gamitā parivārapadaṃ kathaṃ bhajatyeṣā) K. P.1.​
6) A respectful title applied to a lady of the first rank.​
7) A kind of bird (śyāmā).​
8) A particular supernatural power (kuṇḍalinī)."​

In the next song, we are back to many more names, with Krishna being most prominent.

7. Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine
Murali Krishna, Mukunda Krishna, Mohana Krishna
Krishna Krishna
Gopi Krishna, Gopala Krishna, Govardhana-Dhara
Krishna Krishna
Radha-Krishna, Bala Krishna, Rasa-Vilola
Krishna Krishna
Shirdhi Krishna, Parti-Krishna, Shri Sathya Sai
Krishna Krishna

Chant the name of Lord Krishna, Mukundo, Mohan, Gopala, Govardha-nadhara, Radha-Krishna, Shirdi Baba and Sathya Sai Baba

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The version of this bhajan can be found here and here of which the last apparently is related to the organization Sathy Sai Baba founded. This site provides a glossary of the terms which is very helpful:

"bala: child, son; (var) balana, balagan (tamil), baalam​
gopal: name of krishna which means protector of the cowherd; (var) gopala, gopalana, gopalam​
gopi: the women of brindavana who had completely surrendered to lord krishna; (var) gopika​
govardhanadhara: one who carried the govardhana hill; (var) govardhanadhari, govardhanoddhara, govardhanodhara, govardhanodhari​
krishna: name of the eighth incarnation of lord vishnu, son of devaki and vasudeva​
mohana: attractive, beautiful, enchanting; (var) mohanam, mohini (f) - also refers to an incarnation of lord vishnu​
mukunda: refers to krishna, the one who grants liberation​
murali: flute​
puttaparthi: birthplace of bhagawan sri sathya sai baba; (var) parti, parthi, parthipuri​
raasa: the dance in which lord krishna multiplied his form to dance with all the gopikas at the same time​
radha: one of the gopikas and the beloved of lord krishna; (var) radhe, radhey, radhika​
sai: sa + aai = divine mother​
sathya: truth, short form of sathyanarayana – the childhood name of sri sathya sai baba; (var) sathyam​
shirdi: birthplace of the first of the sai avatars, shirdi sai baba; (var) shirdipuri​
sri: honorific title of respect; another name of goddess lakshmi; wealth, majesty, splendour, intellect, fortune; (var) thiru (tamil)​
vilola: one who is in atmic bliss; (var) vilolana, viloley"​

An English interfaith retreat has a version that ends: "Poobala Krishna Giridha Krishna, Satchitananda Krishna Krishna, Jaya Satchitananda Krishna Krishna" rather than "Shirdhi Krishna, Parti-Krishna, Shri Sathya Sai Krishna Krishna" As for the difference, there was an Indian spiritual leader, Sai Baba of Shirdi who passed away in 1918. Later there was Sathya Sai Babam born in 1926 as Ratnakaram Sathyanarayana Raju. In 1940 he told the world that he was an incarnation of Sai Baba of Shirdi. Here one follower of Sathya Sai Baba argues he was a divine avatar. This is of course contested by other sources, try this thread for starters. The issues mentioned may explain the choice of the English group. I did not succeed in finding this song in the Devanagari script.

8. Twameva Mata - Prayer of Surrender
Twameva Mata Ca Pita Twameva
Twameva Bandho Ca Sakha Twameva
Twameva Vidya Dravinam Twameva
Twameva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva

Thou art my mother, Thou art my father,
Thou art my friend and companiion
Thou art my wisdom and wealth
Thou art my all in all
Oh Lord of Lords


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The Devanagari for this song is given by this site as:
"त्वमेव माता च पिता त्वमेव।​
त्वमेव बन्धुश्च सखा त्वमेव।।​
त्वमेव विद्या द्रविणं त्वमेव।​
त्वमेव सर्व मम देवदेव।। "​
This verse is in the tristubh meter, any melody that fits the meter will in principle do.
This mantra also has a story. This site writes:
"This morning mantra is a part of the Pandava Gita, an assortment of wise mantras from various ancient Hindu texts. This mantra was uttered in devotion by Queen Gaandhari to Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu himself. The spirit of the mantra is acceptance and surrender, which is why it is also known as the hymn of divine surrender."​
For the sake of curiosity, the name Gaandhari refers to the character of the queen being from Gandhara located in present-day northwest Pakistan close to Afghanistan, China, and India. For another perspective, this site writes additional notes and another lists the use of this mantra for reducing loneliness, detaching from grief, finding purpose in life, and self-acceptance.


9. Loka Samasta - Prayer of All Beings
Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu

May all beings have auspiciouisness
May all beings have peace
May all being have fullness
May all beings be blessed
May all beings in all worlds have happiness


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This one song seems to be two parts, the first four lines and the last three. The first four lines of the song corresponding to the first four lines of the translation while the last line of translation covers the last three lines of the song, which is really one line repeated thrice.

1) The first four lines are:
"Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu​
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu​
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu​
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu"​
This site mentions:
"Origin of this mantra is believed to be from the Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upaniṣads though not in the present form. Please let us (and everyone else) know if you know the proper origin (along with the chapter/ verse number"​
The Wiki on Shanti Mantras list it as Vedic without a further reference. The Wiki also gives the Sanskrit as:
"सर्वेषां स्वस्तिर्भवतु ।​
सर्वेषां शान्तिर्भवतु ।​
सर्वेषां पूर्नं भवतु ।​
सर्वेषां मड्गलं भवतु ॥"​

2) The last three lines of the song repeats "Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu" which corresponds to the translation: "May all beings in all worlds have happiness". The Sanskrit text is according to the Wiki: "लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनोभवंतु ॥"
And the Wiki has:

"Many Hindu rituals and ceremonies end with a generic prayers such as Lokāḥ Samastāḥ Sukhino Bhavantu, meaning " Let the entire world be happy." or Sarve Jana sukhino Bhavantu - Let the People of the world be happy"​

About "Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu" The Wiki writes:

"The origin of the Lokaskema, often called the Mangala Mantra, is obscure. While some yoga practitioners and Hindu scholars erroneously point to the Rig Veda or the invocation of the Katha Upanishad, the only written attribution or textual source of "lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu" seems to be stone inscriptions from the Rulers of the Sangama Dynasty (1336 A.D.-1485 A.D.).[1]"​

While the part mentioned above may be the older one, some claim it is longer. The Wiki mentions:
"This Mangala (auspicious) Mantra is often recited after a pooja or religious ceremony. It can be broken down into separate sentences as follows:

"प्रजाभ्यः स्वस्ति (अस्तु )।​
महीशाः महीं न्यायेन मार्गेण परिपालयन्तां ।​
गोब्राह्मणेभ्यः नित्यं शुभं अस्तु ।​
समस्ताः लोकाः सुखिनो भवन्तु ॥​
ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥​
May there be well being (auspiciousness) to the people; May the kings rule the earth along the right path; May the cows(& bulls) and the Brahmans (knower of vedas) always be fortunate. May all the beings in all the worlds become happy; Peace, peace and peace be to all, everywhere, in all circumstances!"​

The next song has a lot of light. Attempting to find what is mentioned about light in the joined transcripts, I discovered there are more than 1000 locations where light is used in the transcripts. Below are three transcripts about light. Light as we perceive it our world consists of photons, which is mentioned in this session:
"A: What is the nature of neutron stars, supernovae, "black holes," et cetera?​
Q: (L) You go in a black hole, and you come out a pulsar?!​
A: All are the junction of matter/antimatter... the borderline between realities as you know them... material realms/etheric realms, density level junctures, realities. One can pass through these windows with ease; remember, the stars and planets are windows too.​
Q: (L) And stars and planets were described as being giant atoms. Is an atom a window?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (A) Is a proton a window?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (A) OK, so it is. And it's massive, so let me ask. Is photon a window, too?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) Is gravity something from the center of the window to a reflective opposite in the ethereal realm, rather than the attraction between objects in this material realm?​
A: Gravity is the "binder" common to all imaginable existence. That is all you really need to know.​
Q: (L) Okay, binder. Does gravity bind in the same way that weak hydrogen bonds bind the DNA strands?​
A: No.​
Q: OK, then, does gravity bind the way the phosphate bond binds the carbon atom?​
A: These are material. The missing link for all you folks is that gravity is as much antimatter as matter!!​
Q: (A) I would like to ask, not now, but maybe later, about the, is this the concept that our space/time is the boundary of a domain? Is that correct picture?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (A) All right, Then, concerning this gravity, and the antimatter, is it a correct picture that there are two such domains; positive and negative one, and the gravity has something to do with the exchange between the positive and negative?​
A: Gravity is the "fuel," or "life blood" of absolutely everything that exists!!!​
Q: (A) What is the mathematical description, the correct mathematical description of that? (L) You want the formula? (A) Yes!! I want the formula!!!! {General laughter} No! I want the concept!​
A: That is why you were placed where you were placed!"​

Next, we jump into a session about amino proteins and their ability to function as antennas for light.

"Q: (L) Okay, so there are some proteins that can fold and jiggle, let's call it. They fold and then part of their function is to move in a certain way regularly or rhythmically. Does that relate to the idea that a heart can continue beating after it's been removed from the body, that it's a function of the ensemble of proteins that are making up the organ? It can continue to function as long as there is some... Some ability to receive some information?​
A: Exactly.​
Q: (L) If it was just the action of the raw materials, the amino acids or whatever, why couldn't it function forever? Why does it stop?​
A: Antenna! Attracts more than light! Life energy or what you might call "soul" is bound by antenna of a sort.
Q: (L) So if the soul so to speak leaves the body, there is some residual function that can continue kind of like a battery that's been charged, and then when that energy runs out, there's no more incoming? Is that it?​
A: Yes.​
Q: (L) In other words, the trillions of these little appendages or little antennae on proteins are sort of like the anchors for the soul? Like the little antenna that collect photons?​
A: Yes​
Q: (Joe) Does that also go for all parts of the human body? Every cell of your body?​
A: Yes"​

Finally, to broaden the concept of light, next is an excerpt that mentions psychic light.

"Q: (L) Well, we're trying really hard to enjoy the show. People are enjoying their romantic fiction and getting their emotional centers sorted out - at least some of them are, not everybody. But I think with persistence, that little reading exercise is going to help a lot of people. Is there anything else that we can do for our group in these trying times??​
A: Consider crystal protection for travel and supplementary spaces.​
Q: (L) You mean like the crystals we charged to put in all of our vehicles?​
A: Yes​
Q: (Joe) What's a supplementary space?​
(L) Any special places in the house, like a home office or somewhere you spend a lot of time. Something like that?​
A: Yes​
Q: (L) So we have these crystals that we already charged for travel protection. I guess we could offer them to group members to have a crystal in their vehicle, attach it to their bicycle, in their offices... Is that what you mean?​
A: Yes. The more the better.​
Q: (L) Do we need to select each one personally?​
A: No. The batch you have prepared is ideal for the purpose, as they are, indiscriminately.​
Q: (L) So people could take them and even make jewelry out of them.​
(Andromeda) Wherever they spend a lot of time.​
(L) Yeah, wherever they spend a lot of time: in the kitchen, or...​
A: Yes. Create a network of psychic light now that all those who asked have been served with the basic protection.​
Q: (L) What is psychic light?
A: Connected directly at higher level where space and time are variable and selective.
Q: (L) So, people who have more crystals are more connected. They're connected at another level where there's really not the space or time distance between them. So everybody who has the charged crystals is more or less connected directly at some level. Is that it?​
A: Close"​

And I'm now ready for this beautiful song

10. Jyoti, Jyoti - Lights of Lights
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Vaama Jyoti, Sama Jyoti, Vaana Jyoti, Jnaana Jyoti,
Mahaa Jyoti, Yoga Jyoti, Vaata Jyoti, Naada Jyoti,
Erna Jyoti, Vyama Jyoti, Eru Jyoti, Veeru Jyoti,
Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye

Light O Light of Self-effulgence, Light O Light of Absoluteness
Light O Light of Gracfulness, Light O Light of Auspciousness,
Light O Light of Shiva, Light of Moon, Light Dvine,
Light of Wisdom, Light of Heaven, Light of Yoga, Light of Wind,
Light of Sound, Light of Delight, Light of Water, Light of Risinig,
Vital Light, the only Light, Give us the Light, the light of Lights


Comment
I have not yet found this song in Devanagari, but Jyoti is ज्योति. I found the song as part of the daily practice of the Integral Yoga Institute in New York. The founder was Sri Swami Satchidananda 1914-2002 about whom there is:

"Sri Swamiji founded the global Integral Yoga® organization, Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville®, and the Light Of Truth Universal Shrine. He is the author of Integral Yoga Hatha, To Know Your Self, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Beyond Words, The Living Gita, and The Golden Present, among other titles. He is also the subject of the documentary, Living Yoga."​
Swami Satchidananda was one of several prominent disciples of Swami Sivananda Saraswati, founder of the Divine Light Society.

A shorter version of this song can be found on Mantry – SANSKRT I. | Aluška.org that has left out "Vaama Jyoti, Sama Jyoti, Vaana Jyoti, Jnaana Jyoti, Mahaa Jyoti, Yoga Jyoti, Vaata Jyoti, Naada Jyoti, Erna Jyoti, Vyama Jyoti, Eru Jyoti, Veeru Jyoti," but the source is not given. And now to the last song.

11. Jaya Narayani - Salutations Power Divine
Jaya Narayani Namostute
Guru Deva, Guru Mata,
Hare, Hare,
Om Namoh Bhagavate Namo Namo

Salutation to Power Divine,
Guru God, Guru Mother,
Salutation and Praise again and again


Comment
The usual transliteration is writing "namostute" rather than "namastute" as on the CD.

I could not find this song except on Mantry – SANSKRT I. | Aluška.org without a source. The spelling though is different to fit the Czech language:
"DŽAJA NARAJANI NAMÓSTUTE​
GURU DEVA GURU MATA HARÉ HARÉ​
ÓM NAMÓ BHAGAVATÉ NAMÓ NAMÓ"​

If the appearance of the song lyrics on a Czech site is connected to Nada Shakt being born there is not known. I proceeded to look for the origins of single lines.

The first line shows up in Devotional Songs from the Sivananda Ashram available as book from the Divine Light Society e-Bookstore. Jaya Narayani Namo’stute is simply the first line of a song dedicated to the divine as mother. The translation given is: "Glory to Narayani, salutations to Narayani…" Narayani is mentioned under the Wiki of Laksmi as "Narayani (belonging to Narayana or the power of Narayana)" The translation, Glory to the Power Divine" reflect rather closely the idea that Narayani is the power of Narayana.

Under the Wiki of Narayana is explains:
"Narayana (Sanskrit: नारायण, IAST: Nārāyaṇa) is the one who is in yogic slumber under the celestial waters, referring to the masculine principle linked with Vishnu according to Vaishnavite Hindu belief.[citation needed] He is also known as Purushottama and is considered the Supreme being in Vaishnavism."​
The etymologies and explanations vary:
"Narayan is the name of a Vedic deity who is also believed to be the supreme Hindu god, Vishnu, particularly in Vaishnavism, one of the main traditions of Hinduism. The name is derived from the Sanskrit, nara, meaning “man” or “water,” and ayana, meaning “place of refuge” or “resting place.”"​
And here: Narayana, Nārāyaṇa, Nārāyana, Narāyana, Nara-ayana, Nara-yana: 37 definitions on finds, and I think this illustrates that if one goes deep into some of these names, then there are many possibilities for finding a translation that is abstract and universal.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Edgerton Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary​
Nārāyaṇa (नारायण).—(1) (also Mahā-n°, q.v.; presumably the name of the Hindu god, but used in [Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit] as a proverbially powerful personage; so also in Pali, see Malalasekara (Dictionary of Pali Proper Names) s.v. Nārā- yana-saṃghāṭa-bala, ‘name given to a certain measure of physical strength…[it] was the strength of the Buddha’; but in MPS 31.21 Buddha has the power of many hundreds of Nārāyaṇas): Nārāyaṇa-balam Mahāvyutpatti 8214 = Tibetan sred med buḥi (of Nārāyaṇa, so [Tibetan-English Dictionary]; lit. seems to mean of son of the desireless one) stobs (strength); °ṇa-sthāmavān Lalitavistara 109.11; 110.8; 291.15 (all verses), having the might of N. (Tibetan on the last, sred med bu yi mthu ldan pa); °ṇa- saṃhananakāyaḥ Saddharmapuṇḍarīka 428.9—10, said of a Bodhisattva; °ṇa-saṃhananaḥ Mūla-Sarvāstivāda-Vinaya i.271.10; vajradṛḍha abhedya nārā- yaṇo ātmabhāvo guru Lalitavistara 202.17 (verse) = Tibetan sku (body) ni sred med bu yi stobs ldan (having the strength of N.), which seems to imply that Tibetan took nārāyaṇo as an adj., Nārāyaṇa-like (in strength); it could perhaps be under- stood as for °ṇa-, in composition with -ātmabhāva (§ 8.12), having the body of a N. (i.e. like N.); sarvaparvasu caikas- min (read caikaikasmin?) parvaṇi Nārāyaṇa-bala-saṃni- viṣṭatā (…a state of being invested with the power of N.) Bodhisattvabhūmi 74.27; see the similar cases s.vv. Ardhanārāyaṇa, Mahānārāyaṇa; (2) name of a Buddha: Śikṣāsamuccaya 169.12; (3) name of a yakṣa: Suvarṇabhāsottamasūtra 161.6; (4) name of a nāga-king: Mahā-Māyūrī 247.4.​
Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary​
Narāyaṇa (नरायण).—m.​
(-ṇaḥ) A name of Vishnu. E. nara man, and ayaṇa going; see nārāyaṇa .
--- OR ---​
Nārāyaṇa (नारायण).—m.​
(-ṇaḥ) 1. A name of Vishnu, but especially considered as the deity who was before all worlds. 2. A sage, and brother of nara . The two great sages, while practising penance at the Badarikashram on the Himalaya, Indra being afraid lest he might be deprived of his throne sent Heavenly nymphs to disturb their devotions; But Narayana put these damsels to shame by creating a nymph (Urvashi by name) from his thigh far excelling Indra's nymph’s in beauty. 3. A valiant combatant. f. (-ṇī) 1. A name of Durga. 2. A name of Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity, and wife of Vishnu. 3. Ganga. 4. A plant, (Asparagus racemosa.) E. nārā the primeval waters, derived from nara the spirit of God, whence they originated, and ayana place of coming or moving; he who moved over the waters before creation; the word has several etymologies, as nara the spirit or soul of the universe, aṇ affix, nāra appertaining to it, the actions or emotions of the soul, and ayana pervading, influencing; again nāra multitudes, man kind, and ayana place; present amongst all men, &c.​

The second line, "Guru Deva, Guru Mata," I could not find as written, but divided into two it will be easier, but I leave it.

The third line "Hare, Hare" could be an indication of the Hare Krishna mantra. The Wiki has:
"The Hare Krishna mantra is composed of Sanskrit names in the singular vocative case: Hare, Krishna, and Rama (in Anglicized spelling). It is a poetic stanza in anuṣṭubh meter (a quatrain of four lines (pāda) of eight syllables with certain syllable lengths for some of the syllables).​
The actual mantra in the Upanishad is as follows:[1][5]
Hare Rāma Hare Rāma
Rāma Rāma Hare Hare
Hare Kṛṣṇa Hare Kṛṣṇa
Kṛṣṇa Kṛṣṇa Hare Hare
— Kali-Saṇṭāraṇa Upaniṣad​
When Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu promulgated the Mahamantra, it was rendered with Krishna's name's first."​

The last line "Om Namoh Bhagavate Namo Namo" could point to "Om Namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya" where the Wiki says:

"Om Namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya ( About this sound listen (help·info)) (in devanagari: ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय) is one of the most popular Hindu mantras, and the most important mantra in Vaishnavism."​
Final words
For a reworking of the songs there were two suggestions:
A: English so everyone can understand.
and
A: Melodies are very good so modify very little. The translated words will guide.

To fit new adapted lyrics in English to the songs, experimentation over a period of time might be required, and there may be several different solutions.
 

thorbiorn

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Just in case anyone is interested in the possibility of singing songs from the CD Samadhi, here is an update, and hopefully the last.

I went over the CD one more time, to see how the lyrics were actually sung. Another typing error is in 4. Asato Ma Sat Gamaya; line three where Amrtom->Amrtam.

The notes below will probably make more sense if one listens to the music at the same time. I have tried to make some notes for each song, but it is not perfect, and perhaps not so important if one considers translating some of the lyrics into English. What I did find out in the process is that it would be possible to strip the songs of their vocal component and match the instrumentals with video text like for a karaoke. For instance, one can find instructions on this page How to Make a Karaoke Track and Video: A Complete Guide | How to Karaoke If one does karaoke with the original lyrics, I think the result will be better if one checks how others have pronounced the words to get the best. About the Sanskrit alphabet, you can read here: Sanskrit alphabet, pronunciation and language and here Sanskrit - Wikipedia

1. Gayatri mantra - Illumination Mantra

Om (00:11-00:26) Bhurbhuvasvah Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargodevasya 00:30
Dheemahi Dhiyoyonah Prachodayat 00:30-00:44
Om (00:46-00:54) Bhurbhuvasvah Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargodevasya
Dheemahi Dhiyoyonah Prachodayat (00:55-01:08)
Om (01:09-1:14) (As if very long Om sounds are repeated)
Om (01:35-02:10) Bhurbhuvasvah Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargodevasya
Dheemahi Dhiyoyonah Prachodayat (02:14-03:42)

2. Rama, Rama - Praise to Rama

The pronunciation of some of the lyrics can be checked with
Prema Mudita Manase Kaho || #Ramnavmi 2020 || Shree Rama Bhajan || Suprabha KV

Prema Mudita Mana Se Ka(sings o for a)ho Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Papa ka(sings o)te Dukha Mite Leke Ramanam
Bhava Samudra Sukh(sings b for kh)a Dana(sings o for a)vam(m is missing) Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita Mana Se Ka(sings o)ho Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Mahadeva Satata Japata Devja Ramanam
Kashi Ma(sings u for a)/oo)rata Mukta Karata Kahata Ramanam
Prema Mudita Mana Se Ka(sings o for a)ho Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Mata Pita Bandhu Sakha Sabahi Ramanam
Bhakti Janana Jivana Dhana Eka Ramanam
Prema Mudita Mana Se Ka(sings o for a)ho Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Prema Mudita Mana Se Ka(sings o for a)ho- Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram
Rama, Rama, Ram

3. Sita Ram

For an example of pronunciation of one version with some of the same words:
For Gandhis's version
00:00-00:54
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagavan

00:55-01:34
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako San(n not audible as it should bemati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako San(n not audible as it should bemati De Bhagavan

01:35-02:28
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagavan

02:29-03:15
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagavan

03:16-04:05
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Sita Ram Sita Ram
Bhaja Tu Pyare (Tu goes here) Sita Ram
Ishvara Allah Tere Nam
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagawan
He Bhagavan He Bhagavan
Sabako San(n not audible as it should be)mati De Bhagavan

04:06-04:19
Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram
Patita Pavana Sita Ram


4. Asato Ma Sat Gamaya - From Unreal to Real
Beautiful version on

00:14-00:20 Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
00:21-0030 Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
0:31-00:40 Mrtyorma Amrtam Gamaya

00:41-0048 Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
0:49-00:56 Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
00:57-01:05 Mrtyorma Amrtam Gamaya

01:06-01:12 Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
01:13-01:21 Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
01:21-01:29 Mrtyorma Amrtam Gamaya

01:31-01:38 A Sat Gamaya (It sounds like just "A", and the same at the end. Not clear if the intention is Asat(o) or (M)a Sat)

01:46-01:52 Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
01:53-02:00 Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
02:01-02:08 Mrtyorma Amrtam Gamaya

02:11-02:16 Asato Ma Sat Gamaya
02:17-02:24 Tamaso Ma Jyotirgamaya
02:26-02:33 Mrtyorma Amrtom Gamaya

02:36 02:42 A Sat Gamaya
02:43-02;48 A Sat Gamaya
02:49-02:57 A Sat Gamaya


5. Purnamahdah - Prayer of Oneness (A pure vocal without instruments)

00:00-00:30
Purnamadah Purnamidam
Purnat Purnamudacyate
Purnasya Purnamadaya
Purnameva Vasishyte
00:31-01:00
Purnamadah Purnamidam
Purnat Purnamudacyate
Purnasya Purnamadaya
Purnameva Vasishyte (Sounds like "Purnameva AVasishyte" And this can't be correct according to usual pronunciation guides and other examples like: Purnamadah Purnamidam Mantra This error is repeating but I have not put more notes.)
01:01-01:28 (01:32 is the end)
Purnamadah Purnamidam
Purnat Purnamudacyate
Purnasya Purnamadaya
Purnameva Vasishyte

6. Ya Devi - Praise to Divine Mother

00:07-01:29
Ya Devi, Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Ya devi, Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
01:30-01:48 Namastasyai(Sung like a) Namastasyai(Sung like a) Namo Namah
01:52-03:14 Ya Devi Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Ya Devi Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
Sarvabhuteshu Shantirupena Samsthita
03:15-03:34 Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namah
03:36-04:36 (04:42 is end)
Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi Ya Devi
Note in the song she sings the m in Samsthita as m but it is more like a nasalized n)


7. Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine

00:00-00:32 Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine
Murali Krishna, Mukunda Krishna, Mohana Krishna
Krishna Krishna
Gopi Krishna, Gopala Krishna, Govardhana-Dhara
Krishna Krishna
Radha-Krishna, Bala Krishna, Rasa-Vilola
Krishna Krishna
Shirdh (Does she sing Shindi?)i Krishna, Parti(Does she sing Banti?)-Krishna, Shri Sathya Sai
Krishna Krishna
00:33-01:03 Repeat
01:04-01:35 Repeat
01:36-02:06 Repeat
02:07-02:37 Repeat
02:38-03:09 Repeat
03:10-03:27 Repeat
Murali Krishna - Praise to Divine
Murali Krishna, Mukunda Krishna, Mohana Krishna
Krishna Krishna
Gopi Krishna, Gopala Krishna, Govardhana-Dhara
Krishna Krishna

8. Twameva Mata - Prayer of Surrender

00:24-01:06 Twameva Mata Ca Pita Twameva
Twameva Bandho (sounds like Bandusha Cha, The Devanagari is बन्धुश्च [bandhushcha] where the last is combined consonant of Sha and Ca are combined to one complex consonant.) Sakha Twameva For an alternative version using the same melody but slower is
)
Twameva Vidya Dravinam Twameva
Twameva Sarvam Mama Deva Deva
01:07-01:48
01:49-02:50

9. Loka Samasta - Prayer of All Beings

There are two mantras in this one, and they are sung seperately.
For a version by an Indian lady try this Peace Mantra | Shanti Mantra | Sarvesham Svastir Bhavatu by Anandmurti Gurumaa. Notice that the "r" at the end of Swastir and Shantir are more noticeable than in the version on he DC where they are basically absent. She sings this mantra repeatedly for about an hour. The arrangement is soothing, I think it shows, one even with a couple of songs from the CD can make something nice.
00:14-00:40 Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu
00:41-01:07 Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu
01:09-01:35 Sarvesham Swastir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavantu

01:38-02:06 (02:11 end) Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhinoh Bhavantu

10. Jyoti, Jyoti - Lights of Lights

00:00-00:48 Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul (Sings aram, but arul/arula makes more sense as arula means water according to Sanskrit Dictionary which appears correct in the context. )
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Vaama Jyoti, Sama Jyoti, Vaana Jyoti, Jnaana Jyoti,
Mahaa Jyoti, Yoga Jyoti, Vaata Jyoti, Naada Jyoti,
Erna Jyoti, Vyama Jyoti, Eru Jyoti, Veeru Jyoti,
Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye

00:49-01:26
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Vaama Jyoti, Sama Jyoti, Vaana Jyoti, Jnaana Jyoti,
Mahaa Jyoti, Yoga Jyoti, Vaata Jyoti, Naada Jyoti,
Erna Jyoti, Vyama Jyoti, Eru Jyoti, Veeru Jyoti,
Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti,
Eka Jyoti, Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye
Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye
Eka Jyoti, Jyotiye

01:32-0238 (end 02:53)
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam
Jyoti, Jyoti Swayam
Jyoti, Jyoti Param
Jyoti, Jyoti Arul
Jyoti, Jyoti, Sivam


11. Jaya Narayani - Salutations Power Divine
Jaya Narayani Namostute
Guru Deva, Guru Mata,
Hare, Hare,
Om Namoh Bhagavate Namo Namo

00:00-01:25 Jaya Narayani Namostute X 12
01:25-02:48 Guru Deva, Guru Mata,
Hare, Hare, X 12
02:48-03:28 Om Namoh Bhagavate Namo Namo X 6
03:29-03;57 Jaya Narayani Namostute X 6
 
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