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Modlitwa Słowiańska (Slavic Prayer) — A Song by Sati Sauri

“Modlitwa Słowiańska” (“Slavic Prayer” in English) is a song by Sati Sauri, a Polish singer, composer, and violinist who creates inspiring music based on her interest in Slavic traditions, as well as Indian, and Celtic cultures.

The lyrics of this gentle song touch on the singer’s own roots as she sings her “Slavic prayer” in the Polish language. It also references Mother Earth and her vital role in creation, and echoes a time when people lived more in harmony with nature and the path of the sun.

Translated into English, the lyrics are as follows:

1. O Earth, my Earth, Mother of all creation. Reveal to us the story of your being.

O wind, carry it, carry to all people. May their hearts finally awaken.

2. O Land, my Land, our great fathers lived here. They lived in harmony with nature, the rhythm of the sun and the moon.

They danced with the fire in the starry nights, they wielded wisdom of the Slavic gods.

3. O Land, my Land, my blood is mixed with your blood. It flows, still flows from the source to the ends of the world.

Carry me, carry me through the life, mark the way for me with your heartbeat.

The original lyrics in Polish can be found here.

This song has now been added to the modern music resources section of the site. More music on the spirituality of the sun can be found here:

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Thanks to Olga Grapsas for finding and sharing this song in the forums.

About the author

Jenny Belikov

Jenny Belikov is a researcher and practitioner of the ancient religion of the sun and the Managing Editor for The Spiritual Sun, where she also researches and writes about ancient sacred sites; spiritual texts and practices; the latest discoveries in archeology, archeoastronomy, and related sciences; as well as the exploration of various facets of the lost civilization of the sun.


  • Beautiful song! Just listening to it, without remembering the exact meaning of it’s words as they are translated in the beginning, the melody combined with the singer’s voice have a strong impact in me like waves which gently carry me through the air to my heart and Divine Mother.
    Thank you Olga and Jenny for finding and sharing it, it’s very inspiring! Also thank you Lucia for sharing the other two very inspiring melodies too!

  • Thankyou, it is truly peaceful to listen to, the words are just right not forcing or disturbingly emotional, carry me, carry me, through the life,mark the way for me with your heartbeat. Lovely goes with the hot summer days we are enduring at the moment.

  • Beautiful song. I like how the lyrics are almost a prayer for the return back to harmony with nature, and for people to understand the being of the earthly mother and for their hearts to finally awaken!

  • Very beautiful song, Jenny, and Olga. For me, it is this kind of music which speaks to our heart in ways that words cannot sometimes. But, in this case, even words can strengthen its beauty and connect us with something higher. Thank you for sharing it in both languages.

  • That’s a really beautiful song, full of earnestness and longing for the spiritual.
    What a great find Olga and thanks for posting Jenny.

  • Very sincere and gentle sort of song. One I feel you could actually listen to while you’re in nature without it disturbing that ‘air’ of nature all around. In fact I sort of imagined myself or someone just sitting against the trunk of a tree observing the movements of nature around.

    Lyrics are very good. Would be nice to sing. Nice find.

  • Thank you Jenny for bringing this song here, and Olga for this great find! I can’t seem to get enough of this song and had to stop listening to it for a few days, as the melody kept playing in my head a bit too much. 🙂

    I had a look at the artist too, and it seems like she is very inspired by nature specifically, seeking her connection to spiritual through it (as the old Slavs used to do).
    Her other project called Naturcapella, for example, is based purely on the nature sounds and her voice, like the following 2 songs:

    • Yes, I’ve really been enjoying listening to this song too since Olga brought it up on the forums. It’s really beautiful.

      I’ve also checked out some of her other songs on her YouTube channel, and also liked a lot of those as well. I didn’t know what the songs were about (since the songs are in Polish, and I didn’t get a chance to translate them), but they did seem to me nature inspired and also very beautiful, so it’s interesting Lucia what you found out about the artist and the inspiration for her work 🙂

    • I love the simple words and how it’s a simple prayer for Humanity to find our Divine Mother and how we are part of the earth, and our heart is connected to it all.

      A few years back I had an experience flying back home after a long time abroad, and the words in this song almost mimic the experience that I had. Unfortunately time had diluted the impact of that experience until re-reading the words of this song while listening to the music.

      Thanks Lucia, for providing extra songs from this artist.
      Thank you Jenny and Olga to bringing it to my attention.

  • Lovely song! I can just about pick out some of the lyrics, but the overall feeling shines through without understanding the language well.

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