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16th April 2011, 12:02 AM
Music, song speaks for itself, any self, reminding us that we are never humanly alone. You can find your unique self right in the lyrics, words that speak what the heart cannot utter, release in the mere listening to our relative human expression of song. the word 'sung' literally means 'conflict', of lost peace>acceptance>regained peace.


18th April 2011, 11:28 AM
Agreed. :D

I have also noticed music heals if it is in sync with you.

I listen mostly to newage, soundtracks, french, spanish, arabic and hebrew currently.

My favorite song is Ana Bekoach. There are several artists singing it. It's a kabbalistic prayer.


It should be Ana Bekoach. Sorry.

18th April 2011, 10:14 PM
Oops, latest reply disappeared. :roll:

This artist is one of my favourites:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3IW4S7D ... 10489AB766 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3IW4S7DlSo&playnext=1&list=PL30392610489AB766)

Sorry if It's too nationalistic.

Here is another favorite song by Ofra Haza from the disc Forever I listen to all the time. There is something really magic about it.


18th April 2011, 11:36 PM
yeah, sorry about that micke, i'm not having a good day, and am left a wee bit disheartened. :::throws my hands up in surrender to this foolishness that is me:::

nevertheless, your welcome offerings of music are fantastic and refreshing. nationalistic? nah, dont hold my extreme american/western ignorance against me...lol. i am here to learn and understand, to be expanded beyond what i find myself thinking to possessively know. these "things" would possess me, if i am not of them...released. music does that for me, it aids in such release, self-abandonment.

open my mind, blow my mind, i live for such, and i aint afraid to elaborate upon it (though i might delete it later..lol). a mind, unlike a lightbulb, just keeps on lighting right back up, ya know? it might take some time of being in one's own darkness, but when the lights spontaneously come back up, there is a world of difference to be seen through different feeling eyes.

basically i am one ignorant son of a buck, but i am not afraid of my ignorance being seen. i'd rather be seen as ignorant than to be uncovered as being pretentiously arrogant. but, standing in one's open ignorance unafraid is how arrogance uncovers its very own ignorant self to be seen; even if that arrogant one uncovered is yourself caught slap dab in your own ignorance.


19th April 2011, 06:33 AM

I'm sorry you're feeling bad. :( I hope you're feeling better today. I was just referring to the IDF soldiers holding the israeli flag. I'm not saying you may have something against the video. I was just thinking that these things may be too strong for some people.

Your Ana Bekoach song you posted had lovely energies. Thank you for that.

This is another song by Yossi Azulay:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lThDAFh7 ... re=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lThDAFh7AcM&feature=related)


This is the same song but with Yaakov Shwekey


This is another version with Yaakov Shwekey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBVmoyNW ... re=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBVmoyNW-OE&feature=related)

Again if the admin or mod feels It's to strong he/she can remove it...

I'm posting them because there is something magical about them. There is some kind of feeling in this videos I cannot really describe. I remember a lady travelling to Jerusalem and she said she had never felt a stronger presence of god.

Here are the lyrics for the Love song (Remix):

"Love Song" - lyrics (translation)

"Set me as a seal on your heart,
As a seal on your arm;
For love is strong as death,
Jealousy is as cruel as Sheol;
Its flames are flames of fire,
A very flame of Yah.
Many waters are unable to extinguish love,
Neither can floods drown it.
If a man would give
All the wealth of his house for love
He would be utterly scorned."

(Song of Solomon 8:6-7)


19th April 2011, 01:26 PM
yeah, i see what ya mean, sometimes a theme can go either way depending upon the viewer. is it glorifying war or is it depicting the feel of those caught up in it? either way for me, these type themes reveal the human autrosity that is people caught up in it for whatever reason. i feel that perhaps if one has not experienced such in life then it would be hard to translate the "feel", for it then left only to be processed in their cumulative thoughts alone. however, it is a good thing when such experiences have not touched a person. but somehow, having not been touched just so, being spared as it were, does not help the overall fact that many do experience such globally, without proper concerned notice of everyone globally. the human conundrum.

i went to a book signing this past friday, celebrating the first printed edition of a book about military experiences, co-authored by some very young veterans finding themselves together at the local university's student/veterans group. i had already met a few of them through another veteran's venue, heard about the book, and was invited to the opening.

so far i have not been able to read much of the book, it is raw, it is hurt, it is torn apart...etc. but, sitting there in the book store, seeing these young faces; that on one hand are physical representations of youthfulness, and on the other hand are stoically soulful representing years of other-worldy maturity beyond youthful appearance. at times it was for me being there, like sitting on an all too familiar hot rock. every part of me wished to get up and walk away from it, wished that it entirely was not so.

we have an odd expression that signifies a certain "feeling", we say, "that truly does/did hit home". in that expression is someone feeling without a thought added to it.

peace to ya,


19th April 2011, 03:57 PM
Here are some other videos that really touched me. My previous girlfriend instantly liked the first video I'm posting. But she's a buddhist lol.


Another other Buddha vid I love:


Age of echoes


Delerium is an electronic Canadian band. :) Some Delerium tracks really touch me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz7a2ZDt3Dk One of a kind combination!

Enigma is an electronic project by Michael Cretu. :) Some of the music videos are so deep and amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teSH2mgbnJE - Amazing isn't it? :D

Celestial is a great Hong Kong electronic band.


Divine works seems to be inspired by mystics and christianity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTrZWIJdD0Y - It seems to be the wrong title?


And now for some other kind of music, soundtracks. I love this kind of stuff :). I listen to these tracks while I feel low. Don't take this wrongly. I'm not crazy in war I'm more for the fighting spirit. I wouldn't be such a good soldier...


Sometimes I erase posts also. I get afraid that my computer will crash so I try to save the post as quickly as possible.

19th April 2011, 05:19 PM
whoa! lol micke,

that ought to take about a week of listening. a good reflection for me to see my self.



19th April 2011, 06:18 PM
Here is a video that my previous girlfriend gave me. It's the intro from a south korean tv-series.

Wow, I got a strong feeling from this one:


And now to something totally different...

Peru and the andes.


Native american inspired music.


20th April 2011, 12:58 PM
:::waves white flag:::

21st April 2011, 04:51 PM
Tutor I hope you'll like this one. This is how I feel right now. :D

"Return me, and i will Return to Her"

"לך אלי תשוקתי - Lakho eli tashukaoti"


21st April 2011, 05:00 PM
:::chomps on my own wordiness above:::

ummm..., "wordiness" is code for my own "b/s". :roll:

lordy, i clearly am seeing what i am not, but would like to "think" I am. lmao at "me". :lol:

not sorry though. well, i had somewhat underestimated you micke, but that's cool. i am beginning to see ya now, or me...friend. looking good, i reckon so. :wink:


22nd April 2011, 05:08 AM
Lacho Eli tashugoti
Bacho khashgi waahavoti
Lacho libi wachilyotay
Lacho rukhi wanishmoti

Hashiveni waoshuvo
Watirtsa at tashuvoti

Lacho yoday lacho raglay
Umimoch hi tachunoti
Lacho ani baodi khay
Waaf ki akharey moti

Again, this is an older poetic text, and my translation might not be entirely right:

To you, my God, is my passion
In you is my desire and my love
To you is my heart and my kidneys
To you is my spirit and my soul

Bring me back and I shall return
And may you want my repentance

To you are my hands and my feet
And of you are my qualities
To you I am while I live
And also after my death

http://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/lyric ... o-eli.html (http://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/lyrics-translation/44963-boaz-mauda-lacho-eli.html)

Sorry I forgot the lyrics.

22nd April 2011, 07:38 PM

Amazing! I just discovered this!

27th April 2011, 10:37 PM
Hi Tutor, micke_alex and all

i have had a couple of days of 'spiritual processing' again and i had my headphones on today to help me get through the experience of travelling on the bus, i was listening to a CD of my daughters called 'bigtunes X-rated' and realised that what i was 'getting' from listening to this music was 'happiness and celebration' and this was the energy-space that was being held for me, by listening to the music...

Just wanted to 'share' this insight of mine with you..


28th April 2011, 03:41 PM

This could be a good song currently. It's called Hein Am. I get some Asherah vibes however.

16th March 2012, 11:00 AM
So seeing how it's almost been over 1 year since anybody decided to post up any "healing thru music" examples, now I will share my favourite playlists and channels for all of you to check out and comment.

In the world of Music, there are many many different Genres, In the world of Youtube, the genres of different music are combines with different genres of Videos or pictures. In a world of so many different genres and choices, where do you even START to look for new music??

Some through pretty album covers, others through discovery, and most through suggestions both personal (friends, street musicians) and non-personal (radio, advertisement).

Here are my "personal" suggestions for you :) ---->

#1. 17tumba's Channel : has the most relaxing music available more appropriate for the newer generation that's surrounded with all kinds or electronical music.

#2. This playlist (http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=FLCB3wZH_DH4gSAVoKEoJTAg&feature=mh_lolz) : has the most variety for sounds and music to keep a peaceful state of mind or a clear head.

#3. Bobby McFerrin : is one of the most stable singers I know in the sense of spirit, and his cause for music is just as good as good ole' Bob Marley. He's a little older, but most people don't look past his hit single "Don't Worry Be Happy" to see his talent & what he's really like in reality.

Allowed 1 link -CF