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The Circle of Great Mystery Podcast Network


Apr 23, 2017

Show 32 – Blue River of Forever

 

In this show Jeff, Nikiah and John-Luke

Reflect on the notions around Traditional spirit practice as it might relate to the Sagh’ic Tradition and the working with traditional spirituality in a modern world.

How do we balance and should we, ancient practice and theory in a constantly changing world?

Does spiritual practice need to adapt to modern society, or should it remain an anchor for a wayward vessel?

 

Jeff sings, “Forever you are here”, which is a Sagh’ic tradition song of the constancy of spirit regardless of the diverse paths of the human.

 

Lauri Shainsky, who facilitates connection between spirits, sound and humans through ceremony. She is committed to people learning that they are not alone, and that they are supported by a council of spirits who orchestrate the perfection of their life’s path. She is moved by the plight of animals on earth and contributes to their healing in whatever way she can. She co-owns and runs Hidden Lake Retreat in the foothills of the Cascades, where most of her sound work is done. Lauri is an Associate Healer & Teacher at the LightSong School, is the school/community’s ceremonial singer and lodge pourer, an elder and always a Student and Servant of the Divine, brings us the serene and invoking “Song of Sacrifice”, which may be the only fixed point for spiritual practitioners

 

“Forever” by Tina Malia from her album Shores of Avalon released in 2002

available on Itunes, Amazon and Spotify.Tina Malia is a visionary musical artist.  Her sonic creations span sacred chant, world, dream pop and folk music genres.  A prolific singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and sound engineer, Malia expresses her radiant inner landscape through song. She is a beloved pioneer in a growing community of people around the world dedicated to residing in harmony with the Earth, and expressing it through art, health, education and music.  Her all-encompassing musical and spiritual perspective has led her to studio and live performance with a vast array of iconic artists including Kenny Loggins, India.Arie, Bonnie Raitt, Bassnectar, Deva Premal and Miten, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul & Mary) Peter Kater and Joanne Shenandoah.  Tina's acclaimed catalog of self-produced albums include Shores of Avalon, Jaya Bhagavan, The Silent Awakening, The Lost Frontier and most recently, Bridge to Vallabha.