Shiva is the destroyer, which is an aspect of the Trimurti in yoga. Destruction is part of creation; for any thing to be created a change is necessary, something must be destroyed. Life depends on destruction as much as it depends on creation. Each moment stars are sucked in to black holes and new stars created in distant galaxies...Within our bodies cells die and new ones created. This cycle of destruction and creation is the breath of life and the shadow of death, the vibration that pervades throughout universe, the Ek Ong Kar. In the auspicious moment that Shiva (the destroyer) encounters Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Sustainer) appears and a glimpse of light shines casting away the darkness: man's soul is awakened.
Sevara uses his background as a multi-instrumentalist and yogi to create music that heals the soul and awakens the spirit.
Music, when created with purity of heart, can help raise a person's vibrational level and assist in releasing blockages in the flow of Pranic, or Chi, energy.
Sevara's music is perfect for Yoga practice, Reiki, Qigong, or just simply relaxing.