Echoes of the Heart Volume 3

CD Recorded June 6, 2014 Berlin

The Echoes of the Heart 3 Inayati Quartet
Soprano: Nuria Maike Fritze
Alto: Halima Barbara Najork
Tenor: Jelaluddin Hauke Sturm
Bass: Aslan Scott Sattler


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01 Sufi Invocation

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Music: Inayati Quartet

Words: “Toward the One, the Perfection of Love, Harmony and Beauty, the Only Being,
United with All the Illuminated Souls, Who form the Embodiment of the Master, the Spirit of Guidance.”

This Universal Sufism invocation calls forth the Spirit of Guidance, inviting its presence to manifest in those gathered.

02 Shalom, Shalom, Shalom

Text: Traditional Hebrew
Music: Nickomo Clarke

Words: “Shalom, shalom, shalom Aleichem shalom. ”

Translation: “Peace, peace, peace be with
you, peace”

This chant was extracted from the second part of a Nickomo piece called ‘Heenay Mahtov’ found in his ‘Ateh Malkuth’ collection.
One may access this collection and his other books and CDs at this website:

03 Wholly Holy

Composer: Rickie Byers Beckwith
Arrangement: Aslan Sattler, Nuria Maike Fritze

Words: “All good, all good wholly holy…
All good, all good wholly holy…
All in my mind, in my heart, in my soul,
Let me know all is good, wholly holy.”

We added the verse “All God, all God, wholly holy” to this recording, and since that time we have added the verse “All One, all One,
wholly holy.” This piece was performed on YouTube by ‘Scott’ at Unity Norwalk, CT:
Another version can be found at

04 Allah Zikr

Text: Traditional Islamic
Zikr melody by Zuleikha ©SwanLake Publishing

Words: “Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah”

Zikr is the Islamic practice of repeating a holy phrase so that one may remember the presence of the One. As one deepens in
the singing, one may experience this presence in a profoundly personal way.

05 Eyn Od

Text: Traditional Hebrew
Composer: Rabbi Pamela Adinah Meira Frydman

Words: “Eyn Od”
Translation: “Nothing Else”

Repetition of this holy phrase of Judaism taken from the words of Moses serves to attune one to the divine presence in precisely
the same way as the does the Allah zikr sung previously.

06 The Secret of God

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Music: Mansur Rodney Kreps
Arrangement: Aslan Sattler

Words: “The secret of God is hidden in the knowledge of Unity. The knowledge of God is beyond all Reason.”

The text is based on the aphorism offered for October 11th in the Bowl of Saki of Hazrat Inayat Khan. It reminds us that the scope
of the divine presence exceeds the capacity of our limited minds to fathom it.

07 Ya Sami, Ya Basir

Text: Traditional Islamic Wazifa
Composer: Hidayat Inayat-Khan

Words: “Ya Sami, Ya Basir”
Translation: “O All-Hearing, O All-Seeing”

The music for this sung wazifa is drawn from an extensive body of works composed by Hidayat Inayat-Khan, the youngest son of Hazrat Inayat Khan who brought Universal Sufism to the west from India in 1910. Further examples of his sung wazifa compositions can be found at:

08  'A Prayer Beyond' Chorus

Text: Daniel Rhiger
Music: Rahmana Wiest

Words: “I am Truth beyond Reason.
I am Knowing beyond Thought.
I am Grace beyond Effort.
I am Strength beyond Force.
I am Love beyond all expectation.
I am Peace beyond time. I am Love in motion.
I am Life Divine.”

This is the chorus to a larger work entitled “A Prayer Beyond” that can be found on their CD “Celebration”, released in 2008. This chorus reflects the song of the soul of the mystic. Daniel and Rahmana perform under the name “Sky in the Road” and their extensive works can be found online at

09 Kali Invocation

Text: Traditional Sanskrit and Pali
Music: Traditional via Murshid Saul Barodofsky

Words: “Kali! Kali! MahaKali!
Kali ka-a-a-ay, Bhava mass onay.”

This is an invocation to Kali, the Goddess of Time, Creation, Change, Power and the Destruction of Evil.

10 Zauberflöte Grace

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Music: W. A. Mozart

Words: “O Thou the Sustainer of our Bodies, Hearts and Souls, Bless all that we receive in Thankfulness. Amin.”

This grace was brought to the DHO by the German DHO community and is often sung before meals.

11 Ya Shafee, Ya Kafee

Text: Traditional Islamic Wazifa
Music: Hidayat Inayat-Khan

Words: “Ya Shafee, Ya Kafee, Allah Hu, Allah”
Translation: “O God the Source and the Content of all Healing, You are present.”

12 This Little Light of Mine

Text: Traditional American Gospel
Music: Traditional

Chorus: “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine! (O Lordy)
This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine!
This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine!
Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine!”

Verses: “Everywhere I go, I’m gonna let it shine!”
“It’s right here in my heart and I’m gonna let it shine.”
“Both at work and play, I’m gonna let it shine!”
“ ’Cause it shows me the way, so I’m gonna let it shine!”

Sung in the Gospel tradition, this song is well known in America.

13 Use Us for the Purpose

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Composition: Aslan Sattler

Words: “Use us for the Purpose that Thy Wisdom chooseth
Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah.
Use us for the Purpose that Thy Wisdom chooseth
Allah, Allah, Allah.
Send us the Peace of Thy Divine Spirit
Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah.
Send us the Peace of Thy Divine Spirit
Allah, Allah, Allah.”

14 Kwan Zeon Bosai

Text: Traditional Buddhist
Music: Traditional

Words: “Kwan Zeon Bosai,
Kwan Zeon Bosai,
Kwan Zeon Bosai,
Kwan Zeon Bo.”

Our community has sung this Korean version of the invocation of Kwan Yin, the female Bodhisattva of Compassion, for many years.
After we made this recording, further language clarification revealed that a more correct pronunciation of this mantra would be “Kwan Zeon Bosal.”

15 Take Me Away from Myself

Text: Ibn ‘Arabi
Music: Elias Amidon
Arrangement: Aslan Sattler

Words: “Take me away from myself and be my Being.
Take me away from myself and be my Being.
Then shall you see everything through my eyes.
Then shall you see everything through my eyes.

Verses: “Then shall you touch everything through my hands.”
“Then shall you love everything through my heart.”
“Then shall you bless everything through my soul.”

One can experience God clearly in the
outer world and feel God clearly in one’s
inner world, yet at the same time, wedged
in between the reality of God outside and
inside, there is a ‘me’ that keeps demanding
attention. Ibn ‘Arabi speaks to this longing
to be free of one’s me-ness in this prayer.

16 Fold Us in Your Love

Text: Rabbi Pamela Adinah Meira Frydman and Jaffar Michael Baugh
Music: Jaffar Michael Baugh

“Kali, Radhe, Sita, Parvati, Mary full of Grace,
Hannah, Rachael, Quan Yin, Fatima, Let us see your face!

Bless us O mother, sister and lover,
Take us to your heart.
Teach us your mercy, strength and compassion.
Fold us in your love.”

Kali – Hindu Goddess of Eternal Energy, Birther and Destroyer, consort of Shiva.
– Gopi and childhood lover of Krishna, captivated by his flutesong.
– Wife of Rama.
– Mother of Ganesha, Lakshmi and Saraswati, consort of Shiva.
– Mother of Jesus.
– Mother of Samuel, elderly prophetess of Judaism.
– Wife of Jacob, mother of Joseph. Died in childbirth.
Quan Yin
– Female Bodhisattva of Compassion Male form is Avelokiteshvara.
– Daughter of Mohammed and Khadijah, his first wife. Wife of Ali.

17 Jamaican Grace

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Music: Unknown

Words: “O Thou Sustainer of our Bodies, Hearts and Souls,
O Thou Sustainer of our Bodies, Hearts and Souls,
Bless all that we receive, in Thankfulness we say Amin.
Bless all that we receive, in Thankfulness we say Amin.”

18 Ya Rasul Illah_Prepare Ye

Text: Traditional Islamic; Bible Isaiah 40:3
Arrangement combining them: Unknown

Words: “Ya Rasul Illah, Ya Rasul Illah
Ya Rasul Illah, Ruh Allah
Prepare Ye the way of the Lord!
Prepare Ye the way of the Lord!”
Translation: Ya Rasul Illah: Messenger of God
Ruh Allah: Breath of God (One of the names
for Jesus found in the Koran)

19 San Damiano Song

Composer: Donovan
Arrangement: Inayati Quartet

Words: “If you want your dream to be, build it slow and surely.
Small beginnings, greater ends, heartfelt work grows purely.
If you want to live life free, take your time go slowly.
Do few things but do them well. Simple joys are holy.
Day by day, stone by stone, build your secret slowly.
Day by day, you’ll grow too. You’ll know heaven’s glory.”

This song is adapted from the movie Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Barbara Valentin sang the alto part.

20 Nazar Grace

Text: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Music: Allaudin Mathieu

Words: “O Thou Sustainer of our Bodies, Hearts and Souls,
Bless all that we receive, in Thankfulness. Amin.”


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