Come Experience Music and Dance from the Inside.
In the beautiful tradition of Rumi we take the essence of the Arabic love phrase and turn ourselves into a moving instrument of harmony.

Boise

Friday June 8, 2012

7:30 PM

Mennonite Church
1520 North 12th Street, Boise

The evening is free
(Donation accepted to pay for venue)

Questions: Feel free to call Zareen at: (208) 756-3076

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Experience a group of people in a way you never knew possible with leaders and musicians Connie Zareen and Wayne Talmadge as they guide participants in and evening of dance and song.

No experience or partner is required or needed!

Capable musicians on strings and drum, Zareen and Wayne have been guiding dance groups for twenty years. You can expect no awkwardness or loss as you learn to sing simple phrases of appreciation and move with the group in a fluid circle.

We will gather from 7:00 to 7:30 pm, and beginning moving into the practice at 7:30. Wear comfortable clothes, and bring your heart on your sleeve!

 

 

Rating: 5

A dance invoking peace in the Middle East, in the tradition of the Dances of Universal Peace, or Sufi Dancing. “Peace to the children of Israel, Peace to the children of Ishmael. Peace to the children of all the world, all the world shall live in peace”. Dance created and led by Amara Karuna

Rating: 4

A bit of Rumi beauty translated and read by Coleman Barks

Hafiz: The Scent of Light

List Price: $15.95




Hafiz: The Scent of Light


In modern day Persia, the 14thcentury poet Hafiz remains the most treasured voice of his homeland-a place where his work outsells Rumi, and even the Koran. Yet only recently have Westerners come to know this wild Sufi mystic’s astonishing verses on love and spiritual longing. Now, with Hafiz: The Scent of Light, listeners join Daniel Ladinsky-the acclaimed translator of The Gift-to revel in more than 30 of Hafiz’ most stirring works. Offered here in the manner that Hafiz composed them, spoken or sung spontaneously amid companions and inspired music, each of these exquisite love songs (ghazals) shimmers with a nuance, depth, and passion rarely captured in previous translations. Music by Stevin McNamara and friends. Read by Nataraja Kallio.



Your Price: $9.25 – Hafiz: The Scent of Light



Rating: 4

Van Morrison singing “Tupelo Honey” with a killer sax solo by Pee Wee Ellis. Live in Montreux 1980



Rating: 4

Alan Jacobs read Sri Ramana Maharshi. Talk 146.



Rating: 4

jorge ben jor a banda do ze pretinho taj mahal



Rating: 4

iTunes: itunes.apple.com Original High Quality Download for only $5.99: www.nivmusic.com Written & Produced by Fred Kinck Petersen and Tzvi Erez. 43 Minutes of continuous nature sounds with stunning music backgrounds. This is the final and full release of Tranquility – meditation and relaxation for you mind, body and soul. CHAPTERS: 00:00 LOGO 00:12 MYSTIC FOREST 04:13 TIME SOLITAIRE 08:05 THUNDER FALL 12:18 PRELUDE (CHOPIN) 16:50 ON THE BEACH 20:42 THE POTEMPKIN 24:36 STONEY CREEK 28:06 CAMPFIRE NIGHT 33:09 BLUE AFTERNOON 37:23 DESERT AIR (JS BACH) Enjoy! Copyright 2010 Niv Classical Records & Tzvi Erez. All copying and False Copyright Claims are Strictly Prohibited. Advertising without the Copyright holder’s permission is Strictly Prohibited.



Rating: 4

Marco Fullone – No Ordinary Chill Tracklist: Leila – Clair De Lune Afterlife – Deeper (Into Places ) Martin Tilman – Amadeus On The Nile Delerium Feat. Sarah McLachlan – Silence Flam – Blue Lake Night Traffic – Rain The Dining Rooms – Sei Tu Oda Main – Inside Wax Poetic – Angels Mystic Diversions – Float On Jaffa – Sneakin’ Christian Zimmerman – Diary Of A Lost Girl Vibrazioni Productions – Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi J Walk – Soul Vibration Taken from DI.FM some years ago…



Rating: 4

The Tibetan Book of the Dead: The Great Liberation This has the feel of those Mystic Fire videos, which may bother some of you. It is a companion piece to the Tibetan Book of the Dead, a Way of Life, which I liked better. The short film centers around the too early death of a 40 something young man, returned to his family from a long journey and stricken with an unknown illness. I think this might be an interesting introduction to the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Nice visuals of Ladakh. Was not impressed by the special effects, but the little boy/monk and the mentor monk have a good interaction. Leonard Cohen’s voice good, as usual. I may have been generous at seven stars, but I have a soft spot in my heart for Buddhist films. (imdb) Skyline productions