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This track is an expression of what the sacred words of the mantra: Aad Such Jugaad Such Hai Bhee Such Nanak Hosee Bhee Such, taken from the beginning of Japji Sahib means.

It literally means: True in the Primal Beginning, True throughout the Ages, True Here and Now, Nanak, forever shall be True.
It can also be taken as: “You were you in the beginning, You will be you in the future, You are even You now. You shall always be You.”

Unconditional love can not be given until it is given to oneself. The English words in this song speak of the inner duality that many can not come to terms with, for fear that once this is acknowledged, they will not be lovable for who and what they truly are (and always have been). Through accepting oneself, there will come the realisation that there is both light in the darkness and darkness in the light, and hence neither can exist without the other.

Sach Gian Singh aka Philip Hammers is on a sonic journey that gathers the art of synthesis and sound sculpturing into Psychedelic Downtempo Ethnic Chill Out. Through the use of mantra and highly selected frequencies the final purpose is healing and awakening, guiding listeners into a transformational path.

Sarab Deva (Nicole Sky) is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, therapist and musician combining her emotive and well defined crystalline vocal range with her love for the Shabd Guru. Her own experiences and life path have inspired spiritual music with a depth that is based in self-development and self-empowerment.

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released August 8, 2013
Production and Composition: Sach Gian Singh aka Philip Hammers
Vocals and English lyrics: Sarab Deva
Album Cover Photo and Artwork: fabianji

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Sarab Deva Cape Town, South Africa

The singer songwriter Sarab Deva (which means Universal Divinity) is Nicole Sky, previously signed to Sony/BMG Africa in 2003 as Nicole Billingham, and was nominated twice for the South African Music Awards as Best Female Composer in 2004.

Sarab Deva has since turned her music toward mantras from a variety of Sanskrit lineages including Gurmukhi, Hindi, Tibetan and other mantras.
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