The Sacred Opening

Dedicated to woman, to her sensuality and opening into the essence of herself and the Mother Earth

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The Sacred Opening

Short album track previews:

  1. Ah-Wa-Nee
  2. Raga
  3. He-Yip Atoni
  4. A-Shama
  5. Ayoni Doa
  6. Open Me
  7. Ma-Hi-Ka
  8. Passages of Woman
  9. Sister
  10. Flute Peace
  11. Mamu Lammu

This unique album is all about woman. Even the name – it is hard to fine a better one to reflect feminine essence than The Sacred Opening.

The main music feature of the album is allegation of ancient Native Chants with a modern interpretation of music. With the balance tipped towards ancient mysticism allowing timelessness drip into our time bound life.

Imagine now ancient drum beat replaces clock tick in your head. Stopping time on one hand and opening the space in between your heartbeats into the unchartered territory of feminine spirit.

Ah-wa-nee sensual feminine chant sung on the most ancient Mother Tongue with beautiful English lyric insert works and a entering guide for the album.

Vedic knowledge beauty place in between the notes of Indian classic piece Raga is so enchanting the song belongs to be put on repeat.

Healing Hi-Yep Atoni is soft and soothing. One of all time favorite chants ever performed by Peruquois.

Absolute Peruquois classic chant A-Shama is deep and powerful tribute to Motherhood and Mother in all her forms. To the Great Mother – the feminine life giving principle, to the personal Mother and all her impersonal manifestations.  It feel truly mystical and profoundly empowering letting goose bumps dance for the hole listening time.

The album got its name from the chant Ayoni-Doa that celebrates woman’s Yoni, her sacred opening. Door to her primal essence, her flower to be opened in the presence of love.

The idea of opening finds it’s continuation in English language piece Open Me. Dive into the sensual feminine lyrics. Allow the song to open you up…

The CD keeps it’s logic alive with the naturally coming proclamation of love, ancient chant Ma-he-ka comes in the full swing next. Man and woman love vows resonate through the ages in this time shattering track.

Passages of Woman is a beautiful ride along the joy and privilege to be born in a woman’s body. Ravel with Peruquois letting her velvet voice and touching lyrics lead you back to your feminine origin.

The next song is also in English – Sister is not just a song it is more of a calling for women to slow down, get our of masculine driven routine, out of hard edged competition to restore trust and find support in one another. Such a needed reminder in our technology driven uber-comparative time.

Enchanting Flute Piece and an interesting remake of Mammu Lammu from CD Awaken the Snake wrapping up this excellent album that will make you feel like an inspired empowered woman who has a recognized place in a modern world.

Ah-wa-nee

(Ancient proclamation of love)

Ah wa nee
I-ya-ho
Ah wa nee
I-ya-ho
E-ya che
E-ya che
Ma ha go
Ma ha go
Nazhon wa ha ni
Wa ha ni nazhon
Nazhon ma ha ni
Ma ha ni nazhon
Nazhon wa a ni
Wa a ni nazhon
Nazhon ma e so
Ma e so nazhon
Nazhon
Nazhoni ne e
Nazhoni ne e nazhon
Nazhoni ne e
Nazhoni ne e nazhon

Raga 

Sa Re Ga M — composition in raga Bhairav

He-yip Atoni

(Restoring energetically connection to the Earth)

He-yip
He-yip
Atoni
He-yip
He-yip
Atoni
He-yip
He-yip
Atoni
He-yip
He-yip
Atonaaaaaa

I am the black robed woman of the night
And though you can not see me
My eyes are the stars
The emotion lives in Moon
And the Sun is my heart
My spirit lives in every woman
I am the Earth
My breasts are the mountains
My hair — the trees
My breath — the wind
My blood runs in the rivers
My yoni — the deep ravines
My bones are the stones
My tears — the oceans
My spirit lives in every woman
My love weaves the fibre of the cosmos
I am everywhere

A-shama 
(Calling the Primordial Mother)

E-ya chey
A-shama
E-ya chey
A-shama
Hako hako hako 

Ayoni Doa

(Calling the feminine essence into your yoni)

Oh-a
A-yoni Do-a
A-yoni Do-a
Oh-a
A-yoni Do-a
A-yoni Do-a
Hey-ya hey-ya hey-ya

Open Me 

Open me 
Open me 
Softly
Softly
Open me
Open me 

Open me a velvet flower
I am yours to open
Unfurl each petal
With the touch of your love
With the kiss of your lips
Upon my sacred temple
With the sweet caress of your breath on my breasts
I hunger for the fire in your eyes
I have called through the eons on space
To find you again
In this, in this time and place
How long I have laid as woman
Untouched by the depths of love
I have floated on the surface of life
Waiting to plunge into your ocean
Waiting to drown to life’s shallow breath
Take me my love into the timelessness
In and out
Trough the sacred opening of the Great Mother’s womb
Take me to the depth of the unknown and the unknowable
For you are the divine lover and the light in the darkness
Weave the raiment of my darkness and light up my love
Open me 
Open me 

Ma-hi-ka

(Invoking ancient names of divine masculine and divine feminine principles that hold the universe in balance)

E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
Yod hi yod ha yod hi sati da 
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-kali ka hi da
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
E-ya la e-ee-he
E-sala e-le he
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-kali ka hi da
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-ka
Ma-hi-kali ka hi da
E-ya la e-ee-he
E-sala e-le he
E-ya la
E-ya la
Ee-la hi la hi la

Passages of woman

I am the earth and child
Nourished by the light of the Sun
I drink of his fire
Growing with the gift of his love
I am woman and lover
Nourished by the Universe
I drink of the mystery
To live in the truth of her
I am a birthing mother
Nourished by the love of life
I drink his passion fire
Ripening my womb with child
I am the ancient mother
Nourished by the wisdom of time
I drink of surrender
Ready to return the fire

Sister

Listen, listen to my call
Listen, listen to my call
Sister, sister
We share a way of being
Though we are not of the same blood
When you feel I feel what you feel
Though we may be far apart
If you laugh my heart is singing
When you cry I feel alone
We are part of the same spirit
And we know we’re coming home
Sister me calling
Sister you’re not alone
We are of mother spirit
And we are coming home
I can see you’re on you own now
Crying no one understands
Stranger in the city jungles
Your spirit belongs to the land
Listen when the wind is singing
Whispering to you through the trees
Woman naked in your beauty
Hear the calling of your name
Sister me calling
Sister you’re not alone
We are of mother spirit
And we are coming home
I hear you calling
I hear you calling
I hear you calling
I hear you calling
Sister me calling
Sister you’re not alone
We are of mother spirit
And we are coming home
Sister me calling
Sister you’re not alone
We are of mother spirit
And we are coming home
Sister me calling
Sister you’re not alone
We are of mother spirit
And we are coming home

Mamu Lammu

(Honouring the Great Mother) 

Mammu Lammu
Yeh-hi shama 

Talk to the stones they have much to tell
They are the keepers of the history where the ancients dwell
Listen
Listen to the trees making love to the earth and the sky
Creating the breath of life so we might breathe
Do you see?
Creation is all around
There is so much beauty in every creature in every sound
You, you are related to everything
Do you see?
You are not separate but a part of this song the stones and the trees
Mammu Lammu
Yeh-hi shama
It doesn't matter the colour of your skin
We all bleed red blood within
What matters is that we see and fill each other with our love
That is the healing of the earth mother
That is the healing of each other.
E-ya shama
E-ya shama

 

 

 

 

 

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