The Lakshmi Song

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English Lyrics by Erik Blender
THE MANTRA: Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha is a Hindu mantra in praise of the Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of abundance. This mantra can be used to aid in bringing abundance in one’s life. However, it has also been used as a soothing mantra to calm and heal us when so much work has been done to recover from our wounds. It is in that spirit that this song was written.

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For many years I hid my feelings below the ice
When she tried to help me, I just shut my eyes
But time has passed and now I have seen it all
I opened my heart, and I began to thaw

Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha

When the pain and the struggle no longer loom
May the sound of this song soothe and heal your wounds
Forgive yourself that you might ever take a fall
Be at peace and dissolve into the all

Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha

I will be with you unto the end and beyond
embrace the unknown on this unfolding path we’re on
You are the love, the light, the sound and the sun
The water, the wave, the ocean

Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha

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from Remember Your True Name, released May 5, 2018
English Lyrics & Music: Erik Blender
Vocals: Erik Blender, Ashley Collins, Jack Inglis
Guitar: Erik Blender
Violin/Viola: Greg Allen
Drums: David Watson
Recorded & Mixed By James Book at Ninkasi Studios & Top Secret Productions, Eugene, OR.
Mastered by Justin Phelps at The Hallowed Halls, Portland, OR
Special Thanks to the spring peepers of Orcas Island, WA

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OmTara Portland, Oregon

OmTara's 2018 Debut Album "Remember Your True Name"

8 Songs from the Heart
Transportive Melodies
from Space & Time
Lyrical journeys with Mantra
Vibrations of the Conscious Divine

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