This special album, Invoke the Masters is the continued inspired breath of Cave of the Siddhars. Invoke the Masters has been described as a ‘notch’ more powerful than Cave of the Siddhars.
The powerful Siddhar mantras have been weaved along with the didgeridoo, the harp, keyboard, percussion, flute, tambura, singing bowls, acoustic harp and cymbal.Invoke the Masters carries within several sublime features.
The special features include:
‘Inner Aum’ to invoke the Goddess energy and stimulate the ‘moon breath’ to create harmony with the kundalini awakening- Track One.
The sing-along challenge of the yogic breath while chanting the powerful “Vasi” mantra- Track 6
The sacred experiences of the pilgrimages to the sublime realms of the enlightened yogis that are conveyed through the chants.
Potent Siddhar chants that are for the first time coming out of the inner circle. These chants are transforming and being immense energy fields, the listener’s inner and outer realities become Source aligned.
A 10 page booklet that provides insights to each track and the interesting wisdom of the mystical Siddhar yogis related to each mantra chanted.
The invocation of 210 Siddhars, the Beings of Light is by Siddhar Rajaswamy carries with the invocation, the secretive location where each of these Masters meditated through their life. The details of the invocation is mentioned in the booklet.
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Detailed Description of Individual Tracks
Track 1: Siddhi Ganapathy: The Lord of Success - 8:52 min
For those serious about the inner journey, Arakara contains a rare sound recording on this track Siddhi Ganapathy and the “INNER AUM” The chant of the Inner Aum is an ancient Siddhar technique, never before heard of in the Western yoga world till date. It is the high pitched sound in the track. The Lord of Success. Let’s begin the inner journey through the sacred resonance setting alight the inner lamp of the root chakra! The Magical moment of the awakened moment of NOW!
Track 2: Siddha Namah Sivaya - 3:44 min
One of India’s foremost Sage, Sri Adi Shankara, re-awakened the ancient wisdom of “Advaita”, the essence of enlightenment. Advaita means Oneness- everything is God, all that is, is God, each of us are God. His life was a message with a deep Siddha secret of tantric wisdom. Wherever he went, he worshipped Sakthi, the Goddess. His songs were of intense devotion, mostly to Lord Vishnu. He was the epitome of Lord Siva. Sri Adi Shankara represented the prayer of finding union in the most powerful trinity of knowing the Divine.
By singing and being devotional to Lord Vishnu- he was aware in the human duties as Lord Vishnu represents the mind aligned with Source that sustains us. By being detached as a an ascetic, he was the Spirit in the body. By worshipping the Mother, Sakthi, he enabled the awakened energies of Kundalini to accomplish purpose.
The secrets of the Siddhars is in bringing together the higher wisdom that allows the evolving grace to flow. AUM Na Ma Si Va Ya is a powerful mantra that activates every chakra of ours, thus transforming our inner and outer world. When each syllable is put into a divine form as in the Siddha Namah Sivaya mantra, the mystical sacred resonance brings together Goddess Sakthi, Lord Vishnu and Lord Siva together.
Track 3: Sri Yantra: Creation,sustenance and destruction - 5:36 min
Creation, sustenance and destruction is energy. The Goddess is Energy. Goddess Sakthi that contains within Her the three facets and the the endless trinities multiplying around it. In this track, there is three different chants of the mantra Aum Sakthi to enable the sacred Goddess to manifest in the resonance.
Track 4: Nambi Hills - 5:36 min
This is an ancient spiritual center in the Siddhar wilderness, where beings of light congregate. Experience the joys of light through the presence invoked through the energies of this music!
Track 5: Dance of Kundalini: Thai Poosam - 5:36 min
Thai Poosam-The spiritual journey of this track is to the shrine of Lord Muruga, the deity of transformation, spiritual knowledge, and overwhelming powers of Divine Light, which can instantly transform unconsciousness to consciousness.
Lord Muruga is the Son of Lord Siva, born through the third eye. He is represented as the six-pointed star (as in the Star of David). In this, again, we see the importance of the triangle from another view. The inverted triangle is Sakthi (the body, or the manifested), and the ascending triangle is Siva (the Spirit, or the unmanifested). It can also be seen as the joining of the yoni and the lingam (the female and male primal energies that creates and sacred void through which all is absorbed to simply be). The center of these two triangles is the void that is both the pregnant womb below, and the third eye above, where all the potential of the Kundalini force has now opened and matured and can be used to manifest in either the physical or spiritual realm. In the Siddhar path, Lord Muruga is worshipped as the Guru to all Gurus. As the immortal, eternally youthful teacher, the presence of Lord Muruga is the awakened Kundalini within us. Lord Muruga carries a “Vel” (a lance). The Vel symbolizes ‚Äúsushumna‚Äù or the ascending Kundalini fire that moves through the spinal cord.
A journey to climb up to Siddhar Bhoganathar’s shrine and experience the joys of the awakened Kundalini as in the form of Lord Muruga, the golden fire within. Nandhi’s chants and the didgeridoo.
Track 6: The Secretive Vasi Mantra - 8:28 min
The Secretive Vasi Mantra Vasi is a secret word that means far too many facets of the divine. Si Va put backwards is Va Si. To know the Absolute through breath is Va Si. The sound Va Si holds transforming wisdom of the breath. to that state beyond breath.
This track contains a small challenge to of the yogi breath around the world. Yoga is not about being a good gymnast or about memorizing scriptures but about going beyond breath to be one with Source. The wisdom of the breath and the breathless realm is entwined to the resonance of the mantra.
Si Va Ya Na Ma
Ya Na Va Si Ma
Ma Va Ya Na Si
Si Ya Na Ma Va
Va Si Ma Ya Na
Vasi Ma Ya Na Aum, Vasi
Ma Ya Na Aum, Vasi Ma Ya
Na Aum, Vasi Ma Ya Na
Aum, Vasi Ma Ya Na Aum
Track 7: Siddhar Rajaswamy - 8:28 min
The actual live recording of the invocation of the perfected light beings, the Siddhars, in a Siddhar threshold in Mahalingamalai at an auspicious time with the sacred fire by Siddhar Rajaswamy.
The story behind this powerful invocation: Siddhar Rajaswamy served Siddhar Thalaiyattinathar for many years, accompanying the grandmaster of enlightened yogis through the forests and occasional forays into towns and cities
After several years of being with his guru, Siddhar Rajaswamy was asked by Siddhar Thalaiyattinathar- “Recite your inner mantra”. Siddhar Rajaswamy immediately began reciting various Goddess mantras and other mantras that he felt was close to his heart. Each time a mantra was recited, Siddhar Thalaiyattinathar would say, “No. Keep quiet”. For several months, Siddhar Rajaswamy wondered what the inner meaning of this immense question was. One day, Siddhar Thalaiyattinathar told Siddhar Rajaswamy, “Any mantra recited creates energy that goes back to the person who gave the mantra. There are the inner mantras that emerge from our sub-consciousness. There are mantras that invoke the presence of the Masters. When we invoke the presence of the Masters of Light, should even one of the Masters grace us, our life is totally transformed. Recite the invocation of the 210 Siddhar Masters as a daily mantra and be transformed as a Siddhar yourself. These 210 Siddhars who we recite keep taking birth to reenter as human to take humanity to the next level. These 210 Siddhars have taken form as Christ, Swami Vivekananda and all the enlightened beings. Recite the invocation and may their presence be a blessing to all on earth”.
The sacred gathering’s chorus of “AROHARA” at the end of each invocation means, “We invoke the sacred presence of the divinity within ourselves in our inner fire”. “Arohara” is the inner fire we visualize as we allow the resonance to alight us within. Recite within yourself, “AROHARA” at the end of each invocation to feel and enjoy the presence of the beings of light in our life!