Om Namo Bhagavate; by Deva Premal
Om Namo Bhagavate centers me and gives me a feeling of freedom from stress which is difficult to put into words, but it is a most welcome relief.
Om Namo Bhagavate Translation
O my Lord, Śrī Kṛṣṇa, son of Vasudeva, O all-pervading Personality of Godhead, I offer my respectful obeisances unto You. VIA EagleSpace
The Healing Powers of Om Namo Bhagavate
I incorporated this melody to heal my cat when she was attacked and injured by a wild animal by playing it continually for several hours while laying her on the couch with crystals laid on or near her. I do not know if it helped, but she is still here with me. 🐈
Somehow these ancient words combined with the beautiful voice of Deva Premal gives us a soothing place to go when troubles become overwhelming. When this happens, we can retreat into the spiritual world with this music for the time it takes to heal from some of the stressful daily activities we all have no choice but to subject ourselves to while going through our lives.
The Om Namo Bhagavate has origins in Hinduism. Here is a brief historical background taken from Wikipedia.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya
(in devanagari: ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय) is a Hindu mantra. ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya’ is a mantra of Vishnu and Krishna both. It has two traditions—Tantric and Puranic. In Tantrik Tradition, the Rishi of the Mantra is Prajapati, in Puranic Tradition the Rishi is Narada. Both, however, say it is the Supreme Vishnu Mantra. Sharada Tilak Tantram, for example, says “Dvadasharno mahamantrah pradhano Vaishnavagame”—the twelve lettered mantra is the chief among vaishnava mantras. Similarly, this is the ultimate mantra in Shrimad Bhagavatam. This twelve syllable mantra is known as a Mukti (liberation) mantra and a spiritual formula for attaining freedom. This mantra can also be found in Vishnu Purana. VIA Wikipedia