What does Nierika mean? Nierika is from the language of the Huichol Indians of Sierra Madras, Mexico. The Nierika is a gateway to the spiritual realm, a realm of clarity, vision and understanding. Traditionally the Nierika is created using a home made circular object from stone, clay, wood or yarn and decorated with symbols from personal experience such as animals, weapons, or people. Using the Nierika as a focal point during meditation the consciousness passes through a gateway to a new realm of spirit, helping the seeker to discover clarity in one’s life path, a solution to a specific problem or guidance in a goal or endeavor. The gateway, however, is created by the meditative focus, not simply the object.
The feel of this album is fresh and soulful with a little earth, a little ether. Engaging melodies enhance Japa - the meditative repetition of the mantra - and the music itself enhances focus, allowing the gateway to be opened easily.
Six transformational mantras for meditation with music for the early morning or for the rest of your day.
1. Wayanti, Karianti, Juged Du De Pati, Aad Kit Waha, Brahma Des, Tresha Guru, It Wahe Guru.
2. Ek Ong Kar, Sat Nam, Karta Purkh, Nirbhao, Nirhheh, Akal Moorat, Ajooni, Saibang, Gurprasaad, Jap, Aad Sach, Jugad Sach, Hai Bhi Sach, Nanak Hosi Bhi Sach.
3. Sat Siri, Siri Akal, Siri Akal, Maha Akal, Maha Akal, Sat Nam, Akal Moorat, Wahe Guru.
4. Rakhe Rakhanhar Ap Ubarian, Gur Ki Pairi Pae Kaj Sawarian, Hoa Ap Dyal Manoh Na Visarian. Sadh Jana Kai Sang Bhavjal Tarian. Sakat Nindak Dust Khin May Bidarian. Tis Sahib Ki Tek Nanak Manai Mah. Jis Simrat Sukh Hoe Sagle Dukh Jai.
5. Wahe Guru, Wahe Guru, Wahe Guru, Wahe Jio.
6. Guru Guru Wahe Guru Guru Ram Das Guru.