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Poems are the rough notation for the music we are ♫ ~Rumi



Deva Premal – Gayatri Mantra (2 hours)

I heard this song being played in “Down to Earth” cafe in Ubud, Bali, recently, which sounded familiar. I am so glad to have managed to find it on Youtube.

Deep peace

A Gaelic Blessing
Deep peace of the running wave to you
Deep peace of the flowing air to you
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you
Deep peace of the shining stars to you
Deep peace of the gentle night to you
Moon and stars pour their healing light on you
Deep peace of Christ
Of Christ the Light of the world to you
Deep peace of Christ to You

I AM ☼ Nirinjan Kaur


Return to Peace

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We need beauty, silence, stillness, and solitude. The photos are mine all taken during this past winter season in a landscape that so represents beauty, silence, stillness, and solitude to me.

The beautiful music is Dr Andrew Weil and Kimba Arem.

I enjoyed this music video very much. I like the sonorous guitar and evocative flute sounds which are peaceful and calming to listen to, and the nature scenery and pictures of birds such as the majestic eagles soaring complement the music very well. Like John Donohue said in his quote in the video, “Indeed, the beauty of nature is often the wisest calm”, and I feel as if I am transported into another realm where all is tranquil when listening to the mesmerising music.

Sow Peace

Beautiful Long Time Relaxing Music Choir & Strings “Echoes of Peace”

Here’s sharing this relaxing music I was listening to, and I felt as if I was transported into another realm where I enjoy bliss and inspiration. The music is like exquisite food for my ears and my soul.

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Strings and choir a spiritual combination, relax and enjoy.

Is there hope for the hopeless?

Is there hope for the hopeless?

Throw away your misconceptions
There’s no walls around Heaven
There’s no codes you gotta know to get in
No minutemen border patrol

You must lose your earthly possession
Leave behind your weapons
You can’t buy your salvation
And there is no pot of gold

Mmm Heaven, Heaven
What the hell is Heaven?
Is there a home for the homeless?
Is there hope for the hopeless?

Heaven aint got no prisons
No government, no business
No banks or politicians
No armies and no police

Castles and cathedrals crumble
Pyramids and pipelines tumble
The failure keeps you humble
And leads us closer to peace

Oh, Heaven, Heaven
What the hell is Heaven?
Is there a home for the homeless?
Is there hope for the hopeless?

Is there a home for the homeless?
Is there hope for the hopeless?

Beyond the rules of religion
The cloth of conviction
Above all the competition
Where fact and fiction meet

There’s no color lines cast or cla*ses
There’s no fooling the ma*ses
Whatever faith you practice
Whatever you believe

Oh, Heaven, Heaven
What the hell is Heaven?
Is there a home for the homeless?

I think this song dispels the myth of an exclusive heaven invented by evangelical Christianity that is only for elites. But the true heaven is already in our midst in the here and now. By giving up hope of a future heaven, it paradoxically restores hope for those who realise heaven our home is already in us – innocence, peace and joy.

Fierce Grace by Beautiful Chorus

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‘We are the warrior movement of peace.
We are the power of spirit embraced.
We are accepting the blessings of every direction.
We are the students of a fierce grace.’

*In dedication to Ram Dass, and his ever-present awareness and acknowledgement of change and the continuous expansion of being.

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Edited and Directed by Alexandrah
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Nirvana Shatakam

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“The great Adi Shankara (first Shankaracharya) of the eighth century summarized the entirety of Advaita Vedanta (non-dualistic philosophy) in six stanzas. When a young boy of eight, while wandering in the Himalayas, seeking to find his guru, he encountered a sage who asked him, “Who are you?” The boy answered with these stanzas, which are known as “Nirvana Shatakam” or “Atma Shatakam.” “Nirvana” is complete equanimity, peace, tranquility, freedom and joy. “Atma” is the True Self. The sage the boy was talking to was Swami Govindapada Acharya, who was, indeed, the teacher he was looking for.”

Celebrate Peace by Beautiful Chorus

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This song is made in dedication to World Peace Day 2012 • in collaboration with and SianGlobal, Beautiful Chorus presents this song as an offering of peace and in the awareness that we each contribute to the reality of this world via our imagination and personal experience. To resonate with peace is to become peace, ever-becoming, expanding. Better and better always • We are happy to present this song to all participants of peace around the globe. XO ~BC

**the beautiful instrumental track you hear is Anabel by Peloton Corsica.
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It can happen, the more we imagine.
Feel the deepest part of your heart
and what it’s saying.
We are all connected by the stream.
A desire, a pull, toward peace.

The world is as we make it,
and NOW’s the time to take this leap.
The world is as we make it,
it’s time to celebrate our Peace.’


released 21 September 2012
Beautiful Chorus with Peloton Corsica on production

Yes, it’s time to celebrate our Peace. Peace is who we are, and we are all connected by the stream of peace in our heart.

It reminds me of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s quote:

“We are all connected

to each other biologically

to the earth chemically

to the rest of the universe atomically”

May we all continue to celebrate the vibrations of peace in the atomic reality of our innermost beings.

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