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This song includes two mantras from India. The first one "Om shreem shriyei namaha" is a mantra for one who wishes to invite the feminine (Shakti) energy of the universe into their life. It means "Om and salutations to the creative abundance that is the very form of this universe." The second mantra "Sat patim dehi parameshwara" is for someone who wishes to attract a love partner of masculine energy. Its translation reads: "Please give me a man of truth who embodies the perfect masculine principles."
Steve Gold and his wife Anne-Émilie’s voices met before they did while chanting these mantras. For this loving and now married couple, this is testimony to the power of the mantras.
Since then Steve Gold has been traveling the world with Anne-Émilie. They sing together at music festivals, yoga conferences, and with world-renowned yoga teachers such as Shiva Rea, John Friend, and Saul David Raye. Steve is a down to earth and soulful singer. He creates powerfully positive music that heals and inspires, broadcasting vibrations straight from the heart, and weaving a sacred space for yoga, healing or simply being in the moment. Steve's personal practice of more than 25 years combines his love for bhakti yoga, yoga asana, world music, chanting, and songwriting. For more information please visit: www.SteveGoldMusic.com
"Steve Gold and Anne-Emilie bring a clarity to the room that fits in with the energy of yoga. They shine forth clearly as conductors of prana, seeking the note that brings the whole group together in song." LORIN ROCHE, Ph.D., Author, The Radiance Heart Sutras
Song composed by Steve Gold & Ben Leinbach
Steve Gold ~ Executive producer
Ben Leinbach ~ Producer
Steve Gold ~ Voice
Anne-Émilie Gold ~ Voice
Ben Leinbach ~ Bass, drums, keyboards
Josh Brill ~ Electric guitar
Anne-Émilie Gold ~ Graphic Design
Trina Roberts ~ Photography