Poetry from the Deep Feminine
We spent the hour with Sophie as she shared numerous writings and musing on being good soil
But a caged bird stands on the grave of dreams... his shadow shouts on a nightmare scream... his wings are clipped and his feet are tied... so he opens his throat to sing.
These songs — the oldest musical expressions of the slave experience in this country — still have a lot to teach us about how we think about death and dignity.
exploring into the life and work of musician and Sufi teacher Hazrat Inayat Khan
And when two people have loved each other see how it is like a scar between their bodies, stronger, darker, and proud;
Exploring the deep sound medicine of Laura and the implications of living in a world of sound
thicken, and begin to fall into the world below like stars, or the feathers of some unimaginable bird
Take your well-disciplined strengths and stretch them between two opposing poles. Because inside human beings is where God learns.
Canadian artist focused on the relationships of cosmic patterning, divine intelligence, the environment and the interconnectivity of all life forms
Exploring the concepts of Listening in Dreams, Deep Listening, Black Quantum Futurism, and Quantum Listening
Stephen Levine with a poem on forgiveness and a reevaluation of our so-called enemies.
Mary Magdalene’s confessions reveal a sensual world of love and betrayal, magic and mystery, hidden within the Gospels
"Those in power write the history, those who suffer write the songs" –Frank Harte
Remembering the late great singer and activist with this interview and performance from Irish TV on her own interspiritual journey through music
From Emergence Magazine: Set amid pine forests and mountain peaks, three ancient Chinese poems, sung and translated by Red Pine, meditate on the nature of Taoism and Zen Buddhism.
A 1911 painting conveying how silence is a portal to the mysterious.
A review and deep dive into the future of music composition from a Quantum Music conference at the Goethe-Institut
Zen flute, breath, consciousnes, and alchemy, with extended music pieces from Cornelius
16th Century devotional poet who composed over 1,000 devotional bhajans expressing her love for Lord Krishna.
The legendary singer discusses her Buddhist practice with Lion's Roar Magazine
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