Trance Mantric Groove

by Tribal Electra



released May 15, 2007

Ariana Saraha: Lead vocals
Paul Temple: Keyboards, programming, vocals
Eyal Rivlin: Electric and acoustic guitars

Mixed by Paul Temple and Steve Rush
Mastered by Steve Rush

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℗ © 2007, Tribal Electra, all rights reserved.


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Ariana Saraha Denver, Colorado

Ariana Saraha is a singer, musician, and songwriter from the wilds of the West with an Old World soul. Most often compared to Celtic singer Loreena McKennitt and alt-world artists Dead Can Dance, she writes, records and performs original and traditional world music with Celtic, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, North African and Indian influences. ... more

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Track Name: Jagadambe (Mother of the World)

Om Maha Jagadambe
Mother of the World,
Mother of Compassion
Heal us of our wounds
Humble us that we may serve you

Om Mata, Om Kali Ma
Durga Devi Namo Nama
Shakti Kundalini
Jagadambe Mata

Om Tare Tu Tare Ture Swaha

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Jagadambe is the Great Mother of the World. Shakti, Kali, and Durga are all names/manifestations of her. She holds the world in her arms with great love. As Durga, she devours our suffering, embracing us in grace. As Kali, she destroys the illusion that keeps us from living in connection with truth and light. As Shakti, she awakens our kundalini, our primal life-giving essence. Mata-Matter-Mother, she gives birth to all life, all manifest creation. As Tara, she is a deeply loving, compassionate manifestation of Kali, beyond all suffering and duality.

Traditional Sanskrit and Tibetan, except English lyrics, unknown
Track Name: Shanti Dub
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om

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(English lyrics by Lost At Last)
Since the dawn of time
We've been waging wars
And hiding our love behind locked doors
Using fear to dominate and control
We've been fighting against, our very own soul

Now we stand on the brink of a new frontier
Where the power of peace is becoming clear
It's going to take all our courage to make a new start
It's going to take a revolution of the heart
. . .

Shalom Aleichem, a Salaam Alaikum
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om

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(English lyrics by Lost at Last)
It's a new kind of love
Stronger than before
Flowing like a river
Right to the core
We're finding our freedom
We're finding our peace
We'll find it together
And the wars will cease
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Shalom, a Salaam

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No we don't want no more war
What in the world is the killing for
Peace in the world, peace in your heart
Everyone's got to play their part

Peace Now!
Bring peace to this planet
To my mother, to my father, to my brother, to my sister

Bring peace to this planet
Bring peace to this world
Bring peace to this planet now

Give love to the children
In every moment, every day, every possible way
Every moment we pray, every moment we pray

Bring peace to this planet
Bring peace to this world
Bring peace to this planet now

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((Shanti, Shalom, and Salaam are all words for peace, in the languages of Hindi/Sansktit, Hebrew, and Arabic respectively))
Track Name: Ishk'allah

The Ocean refuses no River
Ishk'allah ma budlay la, il allah*
(*God is Love, Lover, and Beloved)

The Mountain refuses no Eagle...
The Fire refuses no Ember...
The Love refuses on Lover...
The Dream refuses no Dreamer...
The Rhythm refuses no Dancer...
The Song refuses no Singer...

--Traditional Sufi chant,
with English lyrics and melody by Lila Flood
(Additional english lyrics by Ariana)

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Additional Lyrics:
The river is flowing, flowing and growing
The river is flowing, down to the sea
Mother carry me, your child I will always be
Mother carry me down to the sea
(lyrics by Diana Hildebrand–Hull)

The ocean is the beginning of the world
All life comes from the sea
(lyrics by Delaney Johnson and Starhawk)
Track Name: Asatoma

Om Asatoma Satgamaya
Tamasoma Jyotir Gamaya
Mrityorma Amritam Gamaya

Take us from the false to the true
From darkness into the light
And from the suffering of our mortal attachments
To the bliss, "amritam," of everlasting life

From the dark night
There is born a light
And where it comes from
I will go

From the dark night
There is born a light
And where it comes from
That's where we all go

And we are free, free to fly...

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Traditional Sanskrit, with poetic interpretation by Ariana Saraha
Track Name: Gayatri Mantra

Om bhur bhuvah svah
tat savitur varenyam
bhargo devasya dhimahi
dhiyo yonah prachodayat*

And I return to you
Yes I remember what is true
And I return to the light
And my ancient wings will take flight

For you are a diamond in the night
You are the radiance of light
And you are reflected in me
You are all I see!

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*OM. In all three worlds: terrestrial, astral and celestial.
May we meditate upon the splendour of that divine sun which illuminates all.
May the golden light nourish our understanding and guide us on our journey to the Sacred Seat.

Gayatri is a name for the Divine Mother, and this chant creates the container for her divine grace to carry us on our way home. Love and blessings, Ariana

Traditional Sanskrit, except English lyrics, © written by Ariana Saraha