Serena Giannini singer, arranger, composer and virtual orchestrator from Rimini, Italy. Her musical experience has been influenced by jazz, funk and black music. Since the early days the study of piano let her express herself through composition. With years she matured musically by playing and singing live with various bands. In 2007 she produced, composed, arranged and performed her first Album “Beyond the Moon”, chosen as soundtrack for Lancia’s promotional videos of the Venice Film Festival 2012. Afterwards she has been following her passion for Cinema. She experimented with soundtracks for documentaries and short films.
“Music is an art and art has its own rules. And one of them is that you must pay more attention to it than anything else in the world, if you are going to be true to yourself. And if you don’t do it and you are an artist it punishes you” – Nina Simone –
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is one among the oldest and most important Mantra’s in Indian mythology and spirituality. This mantra belongs to Lord Shiva. It is a combination of three Hindi language words. Their meaning is: great (‘Maha’) death (‘Mrityun’) and victory (‘Jaya’) which turns into conquer or victory over death. It is said to be a moksha mantra, beneficial for mental, emotional and physical health . It bestows longevity and immortality. The yogic scriptures often compare mantra to a boat or a bridge that an aspirant can take to cross the mire of delusion created by the external world and reach the center of consciousness within.
Sarvesham Svastir Bhavatu – Shanti Mantra – A Sanskrit mantra sung for calmness, harmony and peace for all beings.
A mantra is a word, sound, or phrase repeated to aid in your concentration while meditating. When using a mantra, it’s believed that only the positive intentions and actions will fill your mind and eliminate negativity.
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