A Muse in Harmony

The music we make, creates. Medicine music for all.

New Music Collab with The Mind Orchestra

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🎧🎵 (headphones on to best hear the harmonies 🙏) So delighted to share with you one of my recent collaborations with @the_mind_orchestra in support of Til Drikung Kagyu Dhongak Choling Monastery. This mantra was a challenge and gift, and working with Nick was such a pleasure. Link to download/donate below. All donations go to the monastery.
Without further ado…

👇 From The Mind Orchestra…

Our humble offering to Guru Rinpoche

The Vajra Guru Mantra is the very heart essence of Padmasambhava. It is also the mantra of all the masters, buddhas, yidams, dakas, dakinis, and protectors. When you chant it, you are invoking the very embodiment of Padmasambhava.

Dedicated for the Benefit & Health of All Beings !

Donate & Download here :https://www.themindorchestra.com/prod…

All Donations go in Support of Til Drikung Kagyu Dhongak Choling Monastery ! Your help is Appreciated :

Or you Can Donate Direct to the Foundation : https://www.gofundme.com/vxk7d8z

Musicians :

Nick Gent : Flutes, Guitars, Drums, Voices http://www.themindorchestra.com

Mark Harris : Bass :

Tomasz ‘Ragaboy’ Osiecki : Dilruba

A Muse in Harmony : Vocals

OM AH HUNG, which are the seed syllables of the three vajras (of body, speech and mind).

VAJRA signifies the dharmakaya since [like the adamantine vajra] it cannot be “cut” or destroyed by the elaborations of conceptual thought.

GURU signifies the sambhogakaya, which is “heavily” laden with the qualities of the seven aspects of union.

PADMA signifies the nirmanakaya, the radiant awareness of the wisdom of discernment arising as the lotus family of enlightened speech.

All the supreme and ordinary accomplishments—
SIDDHI—are obtained through the power of this prayer,
and by thinking

HUNG! May they be bestowed upon my mindstream, this very instant!
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Author: A Muse in Harmony

A stage performer at age 8, a professional Nashville recording artist by 13 and a record deal on the table by 16, I was born to sing. Disenchanted with the mainstream, commercial track I was on, I set my music aside for years until the pregnancy of my firstborn reawakened my voice. Motherhood has been the greatest flint and tinder to my creative fire. Each of my kids have their own special song, intuitively revealed as I carried each of them in my womb. Sounding during the labor of my second son helped me birth his 10 lb. 13 oz. form in half the time of my first, pushing for only 30 minutes. After experiencing the power of singing during labor firsthand, a passion arose in me to help other birthing Mothers do the same. I embrace music from a holistic perspective. Singing is more than entertainment, it’s entrainment of the mind, body, spirit and world as we experience it. All of life itself is intricately composed of vibration (sound) in constant motion. As human beings, each with our own built-in creation tool, our voice, we have the opportunity to create our world anew. Music carries the listener on a journey, an experience unique to each artists’ creation perspective. Our bodies eventually fade, but music lives on and changes lives forevermore. From this understanding, the role of a musical artist carries a great power and responsibility, to be conscious of the vibrations we share with the world. I pledge to inspire, to move people (and mountains) with my voice and music, to share my whole, beautiful and sometimes messy truth each and every moment I am on this sacred Earth, and encourage others to do the same. This life is precious. Only you can be you. Show up in all your glory. Rise and shine.

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