Songs for Savasana and Unending Bliss

Title : Songs for Savasana and Unending Bliss
Release Date : February 24, 2017

This album will be added to over time as i evolve,
and the peaceful songs continue to flow

it is free to you to enjoy (or trade me seashells and beautiful stones that you have found, so long as they are not from sacred places where they need to remain, then just trade me sweet intentions)

trade me kindness to your fellow human beings: don’t yell at them, don’t hit them, don’t kill them, don’t manipulate them, don’t abuse them. Learn to take a pause in silence before you speak.
Learn to see the commonality in all beings
we all bleed, eat, sleep, love. we burn in the sun, we feel the growl of hunger and the stark pain of loneliness

You are the stranger
You are even a stranger to yourself

Atma Hrdaye
Hrdayam mayi
Aham amrte
amrtam anandam

Loose translation:
“my life force is linked to the heart
my heart is linked to the truth within
the truth that is eternal
the eternal which is unending bliss”

This is my “home chant”

Some may chant “rah rah rah go team”
Some may chant “we are the champions”
Some may chant patriotic
Some may chant in hateful ways

Some may chant to save the water
Some may chant to protect the great redwoods
Some may chant in solidarity with women
Some may chant to keep us free from a wall
Some may chant to protect the great beasts and the small beasts
Some may chant for the children

This chant is for all of us,
If we all sang this
in ecstasy
as i did for hours today
maybe we would love each other a little better

“The life force is linked to the heart, the heart is linked to the truth within, and the truth is linked to the eternal, which is the unending bliss.”

Thank you to Tracy Weber of Whole Life Yoga in Seattle for sharing this chant with your students, and all of the teachers before you, and the beautiful source from divine inspiration, the well from which wisdom and bliss flows, for giving us this song to sing

I don’t know the answers
but I know
“there is still time to do good things”

Much love