A Different Breath

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“The Tortoise and the Hare, Revisited”  |  Anthony Satori

“Truly to sing, that is a different breath.”

— Rilke

The breath used in singing does indeed seem to be a different breath, by its very nature. It shares its essence, it seems to me,  with yoga breathing (pranayama), embodying the same kind of mind-body connection that this spiritual practice aspires to attain. It is the breath of life, of love, and of connection. It is a breath that holds a deeper creative resonance, as referred to in the ancient scriptures and mystic texts. It is a breath that comes not just from the body, but from the heart, from the soul, and from the spirit.

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Walking on Water

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“Walking on Water”  |  Anthony Satori

If you are a biologist, you see variations of life everywhere.  If you are a chemist, you see chemical reactions everywhere.  If you are an artist, you see beauty everywhere.  We choose our filters and we cultivate our lenses, and what’s amazing is the Universe seems perfectly content to accommodate our expectations.

So choose your filters carefully — they play a significant role in the creation of your world.

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