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Episode Two Hundred Three, That Does Perish



We are all dependent upon something. We are like the earth dependent upon the sun as a source. We depend on so much from this benevolent planet. We could have this deep a relationship with our spiritual selves or so suggests Hafiz,


Thank you for listening.




Music: We are disconnected from the earth but there are still cultures who walk among us who have managed to secure and maintain ways to cultivate that connection. This, mostly under great duress. Some music is made so that the earth can sing with us in a kind of communion of love like this video called, The Sacred Feminine Within. It is The Apache Honoring Song sung by Walela. The earth is the outward manifestation of the sacred feminine within us all. We are her. Listen to her. We begin our journey of reparation at the source.


From Wikipedia: "Connect with the Sacred Feminine within you by listening to these beautiful chants from Native American women. Regardless of being a man or a woman, we all have both the masculine and the feminine inside ourselves. Let the forces that are natural to you emerge while you listen to these ancestral voices..."





The original post in this series of poems by Hafiz (including an addendum regarding the authenticity of these poems) can be found here. Also, my thoughts on this series a year into these poems, HERE.


The Gift: Poems by Hafiz and translated by Daniel Ladinsky can be purchased here.


My book can be purchased HERE. E-book HERE. The Season Two blogcasts with audio excerpts from my book begin HERE: in Behind The Lines. This reading of the book excerpts in a mixed media format is Season Two of this blog. These recorded excerpts are outside the chronological order in which the book was written. Podcasts with audio only beginning with episode 22 can be found HERE.

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