Universal Worship

from by HuDost




With this piece we seek to honor the tradition of Hazrat Inayat Khan by
paying homage to several religions and seeking to embrace the place
of oneness from which all paths derive.

Om Namah, Om Namah, Om Namah Shivaya
I bow to Shiva- the consciousness that is in all, the true identity and inner self.

Ishk Allah, Ishk Allah, Ishk Allah Mahbud Allah
God is Love, Lover, and Beloved

Dei Plena Sunt Omnia-
All things are full of God

Ek ong kaar, sat naam, karataa purakh, nirbho, nirvair,
Akaal moorat, ajoonee, saibhang, gur prasaad. Jap!
Aad such, jugaad such, Hai bhee such, Naanak hosee bhee such.
There is One Creator with the name of Truth;
The Doer of all with no Fear, no Revenge,
Undying, Unborn, Self-illumined, The Guru's gift.
Meditate! Timeless truth.

Gate Gate Paragate, Parasamgate Bodhiswaha
Gone, gone, gone Beyond, totally completely gone, enlightened, so Be it.

Elohim- God

OM- The seed vibration of all existence

Gratitude to Snatam Kaur for guiding us with the Sikh portion of the piece!


from Sufi Kirtan, released August 7, 2015
Moksha Sommer- Voice, Harmonium
Jemal Wade Hines- Guitars, Voice
Katherine Smith- Vocals
Dan Walters- Bass
Martha Mooke- Electric Violin & String Arrangement
Bryan Brock- Myriad of Percussion
Robert Oakes- Piano, Vocals
George Tortorelli- Flutes



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