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Mul Mantra

by Mantramatic

Mul Mantra combines traditional mantra with percussion in a meditative but lively worldbeat style, a danceable expression of cosmic joy--it's the second track released for mantramatic's first album, "Transmission," due to be complete in early 2020.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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mantramatic’s first album, “Transmission,” is Jiwan Shakti’s new arrangement of Yogi Bhajan’s Aquarian sadhana, a series of mantra meditations. Mul Mantra is the second mantra in the series (released August 2019). The rest of the mantras will be released over the next few months with the complete album due to be mastered early in 2020.

Jiwan Shakti (aka John Stewart) and friends record under the name mantramatic, because when you tune in, the mantras are automatically transmitted from the infinite. He has been a kundalini yogi since 1990 and a musician since the 1970s. Jiwan Shakti writes and arranges the music, sings, and plays electrified acoustic guitar.
My Story So Far, by Jiwan Shakti

The journey from inspiration to final mix has been a long one, and a good one. A learning journey that keeps going. The first track for mantramatic's first album, "Transmission," was released in January 2019 and this second track, Mul Mantra, is just now being released in August 2019. It's a lot more complex in terms of the instruments, percussion, and vocals. It's uplifting and positive, possibly danceable depending on how you like to move, and full of joy. Listen and you may hear; chant with it, dance with it, vibrate with it.

The mantras are about connecting. With your inner highest consciousness, with the cosmic, the universal consciousness, with cosmic love.

Please tune in. Cosmic love surrounds us.
The English translation:
Ek ong kaar sat naam kartaa purakh
One creator and creation, truth identified, doer of everything

Nirbhao nirvair akaal moorat
Fearless, revengeless, undying

Ajoonee saibhang gurprasad
Self-illumined (self-existent), guru's grace (gift)

Repeat (chant)

Aad sach jugaad sach haibhee sach naanak hosee bhee sach
True throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak says truth shall ever be.
Jiwan Shakti: Electrified acoustic guitar, vocals
John Connelly: Electric bass
Kirsten Lovett: Vocals
Merissa Lovett: Vocals

Arranged and produced by John Stewart aka Jiwan Shakti at Baysound Studios, Sarasota, FL. Engineering, mixing, and production assistance: Bob Frank, Baysound Studios. Copyright 2019.

Percussion loops by Loopcloud: Davul, kanjira, shakers, and bells. Arranged by John Stewart/Jiwan Shakti.
mantramatic exists on Earth to transmit mantras from the infinite to heal ourselves and the planet, an offering of pure cosmic love.

We chant mantras in very non-traditional ways from many traditions. Many of them come from the kundalini yoga, tantric, and Buddhist traditions. Mantras can heal, uplift consciousness, and increase awareness. They can be any sound. Nature sounds can be mantras too; we love the natural world and on future albums will be integrating the sounds of nature with the sounds of vibrating strings and drum heads.

We are mantramatic because the mantras are "automatically transmitted" to us from the other world that is right next to us, that is within us, if we just tune in; listen and you may hear . . .



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