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What interesting audio are you listening to?


#42

And yet, still, a very “exotic”, dare I say, “Chinese-y” font was chosen for the video, one should point out. Very interesting, the intersection and friction between Buddhism and exoticism as it “presents itself” or “indigenizes” to “the West”.


#43

One particular traditional bell gāthā, same text as the above, with more elaboration and including Bodhisattva Vows:


#44

Hari OM Tat Sat - Moola Mantra

Om Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma

Purushothama Paramatma

Sri Bhagavathi Sametha

Sri Bhagavathe Namaha

:anjal:


#45

https://www.enthusiasticbuddhist.com

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#53

:thinking::thinking::dharmawheel:


#54

My smile is stuck.
I cannot go back to your Frownland.
My spirit’s made up of the ocean and the sky and the sun and the moon and all my eyes can see.
I cannot go back to your land of gloom where black jagged shadows remind me of the coming of your doom.

If anyone could take the above, here it is in a different performance with the lyrics:


#55

Discovering Schnittke. Wow.


#56

An acoustic lullaby from one of the best and most well-mastered albums ever.

Fleetwood Mac - Never Going Back Again (Remastered Version)


#57

hang drums instrumental


#58

#60

400 BCE :slight_smile:
2018 CE :upside_down_face:


#61

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:zipper_mouth_face::disappointed_relieved::shushing_face::sob:

#63

#64

Nice one. Angst


#65

I’ve listened to the following for more of my life than any music. It is DN33, translated by Bhante Sujato and spoken by Amy: