Sadhvi Sez: Finding the Balance through Sound

OH MORNING GLORY!

My husband’s iPhone flashed an alert last night while we were sitting on the front porch, cooling off from a hot work day, drinking a beer.  Some sort of App that he has that sends reports when they come in, no doubt.  That alert said that a chunk of the sun had spewed out into space, and that some of it was going to be hitting the earth and cause possible electromagnetic disturbances.  Maybe today.  And nothing more about when, where, or what that will mean.  I don’t have an iPhone, and I don’t watch Fox news or any TV, so I wouldn’t have known.  Hmmm, maybe it IS better to not know about everything, cuz I was wondering about that all day.

Even if I don’t want to know about “THE BIZARRE INTENSE NEWS OF THE MOMENT”, I keep hearing about it.  There’s something or someone telling you the latest thing that JUST happened, or is about to happen, that is kind of mind blowing.  I mean, really, an electromagnetic storm?  What does that mean???

So when I  stumble upon things that I find quite amazing, to keep the balance, I like to share them.

This week’s “finding the balance” share is Eric Whitacre‘s most amazing project with a virtual choir.

So do yourself a favor: click below and bliss out,

xxx

Sadhvi

http://youtu.be/6WhWDCw3Mng

About Sadhvi

Sadhvi's trying to find the balance in life over 50 without having any surgery, taking any pills, or killing anyone. She doesn't want to look or feel the way she felt when she was 20 or 30. Trusting that everything is really OK unless you think about it helps her make it through each day. Also realizing that nothing can be done, and, that nothing matters really helps. Gardening (and weeding), poppies and flowers, painting on things, baking, and sharing on Oops50 helps to make it all right too.

4 thoughts on “Sadhvi Sez: Finding the Balance through Sound

  1. @Sundaro: “there is so much magnificence in the ocean…waves are coming in, waves are coming in” … remember that song? thanks for your words and sharing!

  2. @Annice: well, watching or listening to the news is OK if you like it, but for me, I get very affected by what is being reported, or , what I don’t see being reported. I don’t like to see that the press has completely stopped reporting on one of the biggest nuclear disasters that has ever happened in the world in Japan. Nothing is being reported. And, it is a HUGE disaster. And will become even more so when the storage for the tremendous amount of radioactive nuclear waste disintegrates. I am not really interested in the latest propaganda being reported to numb down the public. I have to choose what I take in, and it is not “the news”. I would rather do just about anything else – even clean my house!

  3. All you need to know is: everything is/are waves.
    Light, sound, matter…even the blurbs of the sun.
    Everything gets to vibrate for a moment
    and then fades back to source.
    The video illustrated it perfectly and my heart and my eyes overflowed.
    Thank you for these treasures on Friday’s Sadhvi!

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