Posted 1/10/2006 12:32 AM (#193) Subject: Anyone here write spiritual music?
Does anyone here do spiritual music, write songs, or do spiritual poetry? I'm starting to put all the spiritual things I learned to music, trying to teach through rock and roll songs, or mellow folk, however it comes out, sometimes somewhere in between. It would be so cool if these teachings could end up in the mainstream through hit songs. I'd love to sell one of these songs to a famous person to sing, someday. Not that I'm a huge fan of Christina Aguilera, but she sings a song called Inner Voice. I thought that was kind of neat. Anyone know of other famous singers who have been able to get metaphysical messages into the mainstream? I wish Madonna would do it, she's right there and could so promote spiritual messages if she chose, she comes a little close sometimes, although I'm not sure how much she really practices spiritual truth... Also, are there any musicians here or songwriters?
Posted 1/14/2006 9:43 AM (#203 - in reply to #193) Subject: RE: Anyone here write spiritual music?
Sometimes I play the ocarina or the penny whistle in the forest near my house, and the birds actually come and try to imitate things I do, and then sometimes I try to imitate them, it's a little game we do. It's really fun when that happens. It doesn't happen all the time. Sometimes they pay no attention to me and I play for my own pleasure, but when there is a bunch of them interested, it gets kinda rowdy sometimes! That's about as musical as I get.
Posted 1/30/2006 1:07 AM (#249 - in reply to #193) Subject: RE: Anyone here write spiritual music?
Hello Guitar Girl,
I have just signed up as a new student and am slowly learning how to use this site. Hopefully you will get my message.
Yes I do write spiritual music. I have worked as a sound healer and shaman for many years and use Mantra as a healing tool. I have produced a CD called Brother Sun & Sister moon :) which is a combination of traditional mantra with a english (inspirational) words.
I live in Australia....so don't know if we can share experiences but would be glad to have some exchanges.
Love Light to you
Posted 9/15/2006 11:35 PM (#898 - in reply to #193) Subject: RE: Anyone here write spiritual music?
Yes, with keyboard, piano, organ and violin.
The Music of Wagner (especially the Spiritual Opera of "Parsifal" is a journey to a balance of masculine & feminine to become a Christ). Mozart's Magic Flute is Masonic, and he was brilliant, Bach, Beethoven, Handel's Messiah, Grieg, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Dvorak -- can lead one to sublime ecstasy. The music of L. Subbramaniam (violin) of ancient India Ragas/Songs is Spiritual.
The Music of the Spheres from the Saint Germain Press is Wondrous. The Song "Ecstasy" for example, puts the body in to proper alignment from within. The most Blessed, Perfect Music does not increase the heart rate and has no drumming or beats (as those who do such, many tribes, have a very short life span), that raise or excite one. Music that has a Ravishing Melody & Harmony is most conducive. It can bring Enthusiasm which is to be filled with the gods : ) "enthousiasmo" -- Greek, where theos, theology come from.
This Music, Your Music, Yes You who are reading this right now. Welcome! You have a keynote, a special Note that is You and uniquely You. It is Music. You are Music It Self. The Life Breath of God. The Fire, Air, Water & Earth of an Eternal Majesty sitting upon Your Lotus Throne ..... It all comes from Within -- this is true Education -- Latin, from Educare meaning, to bring out that which is already within, inside. We EduCare , we Care. America = I AM CARE God Bless You unto the Heights of Creation and May Your Music Bless the USA, the Three Americas and all the World until the very Earth Itself Ascends as a Great Shining Sun
Edited by IAMMiracles 9/15/2006 11:39 PM
Posted 9/20/2006 5:19 PM (#911 - in reply to #898) Subject: RE: Anyone here write spiritual music?
I was into classical music as a child, not by choice, but I do remember that there were metaphsical themes, or at least as my parents explained it to me. Music ssems to have so much less depth than it did then, but we do indeed need to take responsibilty by writing it ourselves...