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A Blissful Reunion in Hsihu, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration, Part 2 of 6

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A Blissful Reunion in Hsihu, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration, Part 2 of 6

With the arrival of the Lunar New Year on February 5, 2019, we bade farewell to the Year of the Dog and welcomed the Year of the Pig. Also known as the Spring Festival, Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in many Asian countries. On this auspicious occasion, our Association members from around the world gathered in Hsihu, Taiwan, also known as Formosa, to celebrate with our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai and to meditate for the spiritual elevation of the world. There were beautiful multi-cultural entertainment programs, delicious vegan food and precious enlightening discourses given by Supreme Master Ching Hai, making it an unforgettable event for all.
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2019-04-18   5048 Views
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2019-04-18

Music Legend of Zimbabwe - Oliver Mtukudzi

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Music Legend of Zimbabwe - Oliver Mtukudzi

One could say Oliver Mtukudzi’s mission was to teach through music. A natural philosopher, he used his lyrics, husky voice and his “Tuku” music, to gently guide his fellow African brothers and sisters on many social issues such as poverty, alcohol abuse and HIV/AIDS. His “Tuku” music was a mixture of southern African music traditions, including mbira, mbaqanga, jit and the traditional drumming styles of the Korekore. He influenced four generations in Zimbabwe with his music, lacing his songs with messages about morality, self-respect, happiness and challenges in life, hope and peace.
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2019-09-17   1553 Views
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2019-09-17

A Tribute to Creative Souls: 2nd International Artist Day, Part 1 of 2

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A Tribute to Creative Souls: 2nd International Artist Day, Part 1 of 2

Let us meet some amazing artists around the world as they give us a glimpse into their lives and awe-inspiring work! First , let us meet famous Lebanese music composer Mr.Khaled Mouzanar, who was the film and music producer of the acclaimed film, and music producer of the acclaimed film, “Capharnaum.” Mongolian singer Dolgormaa Byambasuren, has sung professionally in the Suld Ensemble of Mongolian Police for 10 years. They are really good people. Very easygoing, who sincerely color our planet with their creative talents, often behind the scenes.
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2019-04-03   3344 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-03

Au Lac - A Holy Land with Great Destiny – Part 4 of 4

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Au Lac - A Holy Land with Great Destiny – Part 4 of 4

Music plays a very important role in the inner life of Aulacese (Vietnamese) people. Apart from music, poetry has also contributed in elevating Aulacese art to a more brilliant level. Âu Lạc (Vietnam) is truly a country overflowing with blessings, but the greatest gift it has been bestowed is its spiritual heritage. You can see from the shape of the land that Âu Lạc is very special. There is the “S”-shape just like in the Tao symbol. Âu Lạc is the only country with this kind of shape!
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2019-07-31   2265 Views
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2019-07-31

Legend of Mid-Autumn Lantern Parade

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Legend of Mid-Autumn Lantern Parade

During this mid-autumn festival season, we wish you a warm and blissful time with your loved ones as we gather to enjoy the full moon season and pay respect to the gracious Moon who has been offering us boundless love and eternal beauty since ancient times. Every mid-autumn season, children run here and there joyfully with colorful lanterns. No one knows exactly when the lantern parade tradition began, we’ve only been told that it’s closely connected to a beautiful and touching legend. We now invite you to enjoy this ancient tale with us.
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2019-09-13   249 Views
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2019-09-13

Brainwave Entrainment Music with Dr. Steven Halpern, Part 1 of 2

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Brainwave Entrainment Music with Dr. Steven Halpern, Part 1 of 2

From ancient times, mystics, sages, gurus and enlightened masters have revealed in their teachings the importance of sound vibration for the soul. Healing music or sound healing has been used in holistic and therapeutic practices for a long time. Dr. Steven Halpern is a world-renowned composer and recording artist of music for relaxation, wellness and ”Sound health”. He also coaching and accelerated learning conferences. His journey began in 1971 when he started exploring sound and consciousness using brainwave biofeedback and Kirlian (aura) photography.
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2019-05-21   5479 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-05-21

Extraordinary Musical Masterworks of the 20th Century, Part 2 of 2

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Extraordinary Musical Masterworks of the 20th Century, Part 2 of 2

This is the tenth and final sonata of the visionary Russian composer and spiritual practitioner Alexander Scriabin. The sonata contains flashes of light which the composer describes as "powerful, radiating". One of the most wondrously gifted composers of the 20th century was the French composer Maurice Ravel. In his incredible piano suite Gaspard de la Nuit, Ravel stretches sonorities to raise a new world of tantalizing aural riches which cannot but propel consciousness into realms unchartered. Let's share the wonder of the first work in the suite, entitled "Ondine."
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2019-06-11   4844 Views
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2019-06-11

Palitana: Magical Ahimsa City of India

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Palitana: Magical Ahimsa City of India

In this spirit of kindhearted consideration, 200 Jain monks went on a hunger strike in 2014, calling for the creation of a citywide vegetarian zone in Palitana. In response, the Gujarat government enforced a ban on animal slaughter and prohibited the buying and sale of meat, fish, and eggs. On August 14, 2014, Palitana was declared the world's first vegetarian city! The city has also taken other eco-friendly strides. In order to achieve a pollution-free atmosphere in the surrounding areas, the construction of chimneys is prohibited within 20 kilometers of Palitana. It is a pleasure to see animals freely roaming the streets of Palitana.
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2019-03-10   3157 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-03-10

Lunar New Year Celebration with Our Association Members, Part 5 of 5

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Lunar New Year Celebration with Our Association Members, Part 5 of 5

Next the initiates from Taipei (and Hsinchu), Taiwan (Formosa), will bring us the Spring Festival prelude “Seed Sowing”. The piece is about people joyously celebrating the spring festival. Next is, “Spring Season Dance” by Âu Lạc fellow initiates. May planet Earth be peaceful. May everyone smile happily. We welcome our sister from Mongolia to sing for us. Up next is a program portraying Chinese traditional culture. Let’s welcome this international team to perform “Four Seas Unified for the New Year”.
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2019-02-09   2858 Views
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2019-02-09

The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Costa Rica, Part 3 of 4

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The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Costa Rica, Part 3 of 4

Poetry is the Eternal Breath. And matter is an illusion that happens. Never mind that seas and rivers, flowers, snow and waterfalls, are atoms of this or the other, made from energy or substance; The truth is, that there is poetry in what they do and there will always be beauty in what they do. The agitated bridge, the smooth lake, the fall of water, the ice in summits, the blizzard in fury, the snowy cloud in the dark cloud, they are not the same. Although they have identical hydrogen and oxygen molecules; that it’s not enough for the person with an artist’s heart and an apex of God in their gaze, to say that things are just states of matter, when they are states of the soul instead.
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2019-08-28   771 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-08-28

Bharatanatyam - Classical Indian Dance, Part 3 of 3

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Bharatanatyam - Classical Indian Dance, Part 3 of 3

Guru Marie Elangovan will first explain the deeper meaning of the face paint and makeup dancers usually wear during performances. “Which is a spiritual eye which we can’t see, but it is there. And when we apply this red dot here on the forehead, it keeps our spiritual energy inside. So it’s like it tells parts to focus and have greater spiritual power.” “that purity of thoughts, purity of mind, purity of inspiration, so that’s a very important thing for the performance sake. I do believe that being vegetarian contributes to bringing purity of thoughts, more empathy towards the entire creatures on Earth, a sense of peace, feeling of lightness.”
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2019-11-09   64 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-09

A Heartfelt Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day in Kaohsiung 2018, Part 1 of 4

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A Heartfelt Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day in Kaohsiung 2018, Part 1 of 4

On October 25, 2018, the 25th Anniversary of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day, our Association members around the world came together in Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Formosa) to celebrate this meaningful day with heartfelt programs. The Supreme Master Ching Hai Day was first proclaimed on October 25, 1993 by the Honorable Frank Fasi, the esteemed 9th Mayor of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. This special day recognizes and honors Supreme Master Ching Hai's selfless contributions to the world. Supreme Master Ching Hai lovingly connected with everyone via livestream. “The Ching Hai Day is not only my day. It's your day. It's everyone's day.”
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2019-10-17   287 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-17

Vegan Poet Neal Grace: Making Life a Spectacular Journey, Part 1 of 2

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Vegan Poet Neal Grace: Making Life a Spectacular Journey, Part 1 of 2

I found that poetry was an avenue, an opportunity, kind of a link to a higher consciousness. So I began to read poetry and, and looking at myself and examining my own existence, kind of sorting out my own identity. I began to write my own poetry. And existence is such a magical and mysterious and wondrous thing that poetry help to elucidate, help to explain the magic of the world and all of its varied aspects. My biggest inspiration is life itself. I wanted to know everything. And it continued to inspire me and ignite in me a sense of joy and passion as I explored all of these adventures, so to speak, of life.
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2019-06-25   4256 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-06-25

History of the Heavenly Harp, Part 1 of 2

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History of the Heavenly Harp, Part 1 of 2

Music is all around us. It exists in the melody of a bird’s happy song, or the sound of the bubbling river. These outer worldly sounds contain more than just a sound wave; they also connect us to our inner core. The harp is one of the most beautiful instruments that humankind has ever imagined. One might describe its sound as Heaven’s music, played by angels. In the Holy Bible, chapter 14 of the Book of Revelations mentions the harp sound. It says: “and I heard a sound from heaven like the roar of rushing waters and like a loud peal of thunder. The sound I heard was like that of harpists playing their harps.”
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2019-06-12   4725 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-06-12

Traditional Instrument: Marimba - The Wood that Sings

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Traditional Instrument: Marimba - The Wood that Sings

According to Daniel Rager’s publication entitled The History of the Marimba, “The Marimba in its simplest form originated[…]long ago. It was one of the earliest melodic instruments made by [hu]man[s]and references suggest it was widespread throughout Asia and Africa.” Indeed, according to the American marimbist and ethnomusicologist Vida Chenoweth, approximately fifteen hundred years ago, a group of Malayo-Polynesian speaking peoples migrated to Africa, probably to Madagascar, and carried a xylophone-type instrument with them.
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2019-08-02   1943 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-08-02

Insights from the Akashic Record, Part 2 of 2

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Insights from the Akashic Record, Part 2 of 2

“The Akashic records are in the causal body (karana deha). The causal body is around your physical body somewhere around eight feet (and it can be bigger or smaller, developed or underdeveloped depending on how evolved you are). How does a clairvoyant see the causal body? If the causal body is well developed in the sense that it is well illuminated, there are no black patches, then the person is evolved … then that person is considered to be an enlightened, ascended Master…All the akashas need to be cleaned so that the records get deleted. When your files are deleted completely it is called ascension. This is the right understanding of ascension and Akashic records…”
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2019-03-27   3247 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-03-27

“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 2 of 6

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“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 2 of 6

Lyrics and music by the Supreme Master Ching Hai, “On the Riverbank,” singer Bayartsetseg. I love to sit on the riverbank, looking at the flowing water and hear the songs within…. Composition by the Supreme Master Ching Hai, “Triple melody,” 2nd & 3rd parts, Monrin Khuur Ensemble of Mongolia, conductor Tuvshinsaikan. It’s Artist Day, it’s not Ching Hai Day. You play all my songs, up to now three songs. But thank you for your affection through the music. Thank you. Thank you, Master and we hope You will equally enjoy the next dance performed by tiny dancers from Baganuur, a remote district of Ulaanbaatar. Choreography by Baljinnyam, performance by a children’s dance group called “Dance, Dance.”
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2019-09-24   512 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-24

A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 1 of 3

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A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 1 of 3

According to the Lunar calendar, the moon is the fullest on the 15th day of the 8th moon, which usually corresponds to sometime between September and October of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, our ancestors used to hold festivities in celebration of the harvest. Many Asian countries continue to celebrate this traditional holiday by spending happy times with families and friends, eating yummy mooncakes and gazing at the full moon. On September 23, 2018, our Association members from around the world held a mid-Autumn Festival celebration at Kaohsiung, Taiwan, also known as Formosa. This is the message from our Beloved Master: “Thank you! Have a good time. Love Love.”
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2019-09-05   382 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-05

A Blissful Reunion in Hsihu, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration, Part 6 of 6

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A Blissful Reunion in Hsihu, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration, Part 6 of 6

Ever since I was a kid, she took care of me like a mother. She's like my second mother. And even she has family already, she always took me with her wherever she goes, except when I was sometime in high school and some... But then later she managed to tell my mother to let me go with her. So I stayed many years with her. Even she has kids already, she still loved me like when I was young. She always decorated me, put ribbon in my hair, combed my hair, and dressed me up like a princess.
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2019-04-25   3697 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-25

A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 2 of 3

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A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 2 of 3

The next program is also from our friends of Mongolia, who have brought us a Mongolian folk song “Noonzaya.” It is a ballad about missing one’s homeland. A beautiful and kind-hearted young lady Noonzaya was married to a faraway stranger as arranged by her parents. She missed her homeland and kinfolks dearly. Next, Taichung Center from Formosa (Taiwan) will present a short play, “The Three Moons of Li Bai.” This play has adapted Li Bai’s poem “Remembering Qin’e” into a song titled “Protecting the Glaciers.” It serves as a metaphor advocating that humans should love the earth and adopt veganism to protect the glaciers and the earth.
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2019-09-07   659 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-07
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