Meditation part 1: Dhyana Prayers
1. Prakash Padma Sat Devaya (26min.20sec)
2. Aum Aim Hreem Shreem (24min.40sec)
3. Aum Mani Padme Hum (26min.16sec)
4. Shanti Prema Sukham Purnamadah (28min.16sec)
5. Atma Jivatma Mahasatta Aum (26min.12sec)
6. In Nomine Padris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti Amen (26min.08sec)
These meditation prayers allow you to become familiar with the four stages of the Light of Being Meditation. In the Light of Being-Meditation you use the entire meditation of about twenty minutes to become more and more open to the actual experience of your existence in a larger context. The four phases support you in this process, but during these meditation prayers you will always feel briefly at each of the four spoken mantra words, the quality of these phases in itself. The prayers are therefore meant for when you cannot yet find your way in the flow of the four phases that follow each other organically, as is the intention of the Light of Being-Meditation.
The meaning of the words is of clear importance in these prayers, because they help you in different ways to get to know and feel the space and quality of the four phases of the Light of Being-Meditation more deeply. The prayers can also be listened to as a puja or mantra, but are mainly offered to support the step-by-step learning to feel the different spaces of the four phases of the Light of Being-Meditation.
Prakash Padma Sat Devaya
The light (Prakash) shines on the soul,
which like a beautiful lotus (Padma) through the water
has risen from the ground of existence (Sat)
as a sign of the harmonious, divine creation (Devaya),
to which everything belongs.
Aum Aim Hreem Shreem
O vibrations of the universe, liberate me on all levels
and bring me in harmony with the deepest reality, truth and essence
Aum Mani Padme Hum
In the light of the essential whole (Aum),
the most inner of my heart (soul), like a sparkling jewel (Mani) descends
descends into the core of the you bearing existence,
which rests like a lotus (Padme) on the water.
Their joining together is the truth of the whole that I am and that is true (Hum)
Shanti Prema Sukham Purnamadah
and love (Prema)
Bring me the harmonious happiness (Sukham),
which makes me feel that everything is perfect (Purnamadah).
Atma Jivatma Mahasatta Aum
The all-pervading inspiration (Atma)
gives you for consciousness an individual inspiration (Jivatma).
Both are embedded in the same, absolute and endless being (Mahasatta),
such is the deepest truth (Aum)
In Nomime Padris
et Filii et Spiritus Sancti Amen
In the name of the all-pervading Soul (Padris: the Father of creation)
you receive, for consciousness, an individual Soul (Filii: his son, his child).
Both are embedded in the absolute Being (Spiritus Sancti: the holy truth),
and that is how it Truly Is (Amen: so be it)