Inspiring music

How come we still don't have a music thread on the web? :)

C'mon, everybody! Kidding, whoever feels like hhhh, flood this thread with what makes your soul alive, or just resonates with you, or brings an important message, or is just beautiful :D

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Simple, but meaningful...

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And also this one about society:

And lastly the good things coming:

We're definitely dancing Kim.
Trust you to find the Openhand vibe.

Open *music2*

This is so moving Tulip - thanks for sharing. I feel to create a winter solstice blog around it. Thanks *OK*

Wishing all the Openhand-ers Joy on New Year's, shit storms notwithstanding!

Tonight on New Year's Eve, I'm gonna jive to Pink's song, "Raise Your Glass!"

Much Love to everyone at Avalon Rising and to all the cosmic kids far and wide,

x Catherine

"So raise your glass if you are wrong
In all the right ways..."

https://youtu.be/XjVNlG5cZyQ

Here is the Soul Traveller's Top 20 Conscious Music albums of 2015 ❤ There are some goodie's in there worth checking out...

1. JAHNAVI HARRISON- Like a River to the Sea
2. THE HANUMEN- Leaps and Bounds
3. MADI DAS- Bhakti Without Borders
4. DEVA PREMAL & MITEN w/ MANOSE- Songs for the Sangha
5. MC YOGI- Only Love is Real
6. SHANTALA- Living Waters
7. SRI KIRTAN- Time in Love is Never Wasted
8. BRENDA MCMORROW- My Heart Bows Down to You
9. TINA MALIA- Bridge to Vallabha
10. TREVOR HALL- Kala
11. KRISHNA DAS- Laughing at the Moon
12. DAVID NEWMAN- Love is Awake
13. MANOSE- The Call Within
14. DAVE STRINGER, DONNA DELORY & JONI ALLEN
15. JAI-JAGDEESH- Miracles Abound
16. ANANDA MONET- Inevitable Time
17. EARTHRISE SOUNDSYSTEM- Awakening
18. DONNA DELORY- Universal Light
19. XAVIER RUDD & THE UNITED NATIONS- Nanna
20. HUDOST- Sufi Kirtan

Enjoy, Fiona

Holy Shit. This is an incredibly powerful version of Simon and Garfunkel's "The Sound of Silence" by heavy metal band "Disturbed." The agony of unspoken and unheard words cuts like a knife down through the heart.

https://youtu.be/u9Dg-g7t2l4

The song I'm singing for everyone in here and out there on Valentine's Day <3

"Love lift us up where we belong
Where the eagles cry on a mountain high
Love lift us up where we belong
Far from the world below
Where the clear winds blow..."

https://youtu.be/E25yIfrQ_9A

In reply to by Kd1

Hi Katie,

My daughter recently introduced me to Sia's music. Powerful, deeply moving. Lots of fiery sparks emanate from this song/video. I caught a few. Thank you.

x Catherine

https://soundcloud.com/gerwin/gerwin-00s-free

This tune send me somewhere so highly beautiful, it reminded me of my childhood in the 00's.
And I splattrered all these random words out:
Of Back when I was in my native country of Bulgaria,
and where every summer I'd crusade back and forth
to my grandparents high top mountain villas.
with no light pollution,
100s of fireflies come out to dance the sometimes deadly, language of love.
Oh it was beautiful!!!
Home grown fruit blessed with grannys Love!
Naa man I got the tears out now
And I can't just stop writting now:=
coz I don't wanna conceal the thoughts about
the 00's, fuck.... alrite I'll do it,
The vibes from the 00's have gone by innit....
we are now midway past the 10's
but we are now different from then on,
now about to embrace the 20's
as we stand with a nuclear reactor brewing our oceans.
Where we our toilet tubes flush all our shit to;
100% of that excreted saucey-grade fertilizer.
Which then deprives our food from nutrients....
coz it breaks the natural recycle, over the years.
I'm telling you! Them homegrown fruit & veg were something elSe.
grown not on over utilized land, but high in the Bulgarian mountains.
They were something else.... our foods' not rig_t

This song inspires my soul to expand and fill with light ;)

Canada's K.D. Lang sings the most beautiful version of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" that I've heard. The agony and the ecstasy.

"Forgetfulness of our real nature is true death. Remembrance of it is rebirth." ~Ramana Maharshi

Happy Easter Sunday! Rise Up!

Love to all,

Cathy

https://youtu.be/P_NpxTWbovE

Blessed We Are: a beautiful song by Peia that comforts and uplifts my soul. Je me souviens. Je me souviens.

"Blessed we are to dance on this ground
With the rhythm of saints to carry the sound
We hold a prayer for the Earth
For the ones yet to come
May you walk in beauty
And remember your song
Remember why you came here
Remember your life is sacred
Remember why you came here
Remember this life is sacred..."

https://youtu.be/YiDpIaXQDrI

Yes, I agree. I saw this happening in a guided meditation at Openhand in Glastonbury back in 2014. The meaning of this vision wasn't immediately obvious to me: there were two huge hemispheres in the 'movie' I was watching with my eyes closed. One was above and it 'turned out to be' the Sun. The other was below, this was the Earth, covered with black mud and this sludge was continously being sucked into the Sun above. When I recently shared all this with a friend, he responded to me without hesitation: 'What you described here is basically the video Black Hole Sun from Soundgarden'....

Breath taking, simply breath taking Amber. After the Brexit Tsunami, it's the perfect integrational healing music - thanks so much.

Open *OK*

In reply to by Open

glad you enjoyed

we just spent the last week dancing it to the mountains in hawaii :D