Alexander McDonell and friends explore The Art and Power of Harmony and Oneness, how we can explore this oneness, and use it in our lives, and features guests who are experts in different areas of oneness - whether spiritual or practical. How to be successful, Spiritual Awakening, Save the Earth, Happy Relationships etc.
A very interesting conversation ranging over many topics to do with consciousness, and awakening. I apologise for the sound quality there were some technical issues that i hope to improve for next time.
Jyoshna is one of the most world renowned of the kiirtan music players of Ananda Marga. She is sharing her experiences with kiirtan, and her project to teach and gather kiirtan players from all over the world.
Jyoshna can be found on facebook under her name, and email at email@example.com
Dada is a yogic monk with 50 years of experience in meditation. He is talking about the importance of meditation, what yoga is really about, and spirituality in society.
Dada can be found here:
He also has two podcasts:
and music and education on youtube and other places
This is a joint webinar that i ran with Shannah white on the principles of opening the heart. We managed to discuss a lot of the central principles that are true of all spiritual approaches.
Shannah's website is https://sacredreality.org/
This is a song based on a buddhist text, and a christian church style song. Great to see the mixing of traditions.
Through birth and rebirth's endless round,
I ran and sought but never found
Who framed and built this house of clay
what misery rebirth always
O builder you at last I see
Ne'er shall you build again for me
Your rafters all are broken now,
Demolished the ridge lies low
And when the builder I can see;
Then this my last abode shall be:
Desire will end, all lust will cease,
And with their end my heart have peace.
Music by Daniel Read, Translations by Charles Lanman and Paul Carus,
A song by Dada Vedaprajinanda performed by Alexander McDonell.
This is a song about wealth inequality. Instead of worshiping billionaires and making them celebrity figures, we should put caps on wealth and have a more equitable arrangement for society. This track tells that story.
We don't need no billionaires, Zillionaies or trillionaires, What we need is love, sweet love. How much does one person need? I'm talking of need and not of greed. I think there's just got to be a limit. We're traveling together on a tiny green planet, Let's make it work for everyone on it. I think it's time to set the record straight. We don't need no billionaires, Zillionaies or trillionaires, What we need is love, sweet love. We don't need your philanthropy We're the human society. We can decide want we need together. We don't want you to buy our elections, Make us follow your selections. Our own choices will turn out so much better. Chorus: We don't need no...... The billionaire over there saying I create the wealth, I create the jobs Without me you would all starve. Well, wait a minute mister, We're fixing your car, shining your shoes Teaching your kids, growing you food. Building your plush little world. Chorus: We don't need no..... There's one more thing I've got to say, Cooperation's the name of the game, Selfish grabbing, oh, that's so lame, Mr. Billionaire. Chorus: We don't need no...
Dada hosts two podcasts you can hear more from him here:
An interview with David Reid - Priest and Hypnotherapist. We are discussing the true meaning of Christianity and Zen Buddhism, and what to do when you get disillusioned with Christianity and decide to leave.
We had problems with sound in the background and sound going out of sync. Nevertheless there are some really interesting things here, so I decided to leave it available for your listening if you wish.