Reflections

by Kamarius

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Full Album download contains the bonus track "Reflection" and a PDF with the poems included in the songs.
This album is a true spiritual journey. Through music, poems, chants and sounds, an inspirational and mystic atmosphere is unfolding for and into the heart of the listener. Go deep into a realm of Eternal Existence, Pure Consciousness and Bliss.
This album is also created and produced using the 432 Hz tuning. Ambient, World-Fusion, New Age, Relaxing, Spiritual, Meditative, Cinematic
1. Reflection (the bonus track)
2. Freedom Is Me
3. Fresh And Afresh
4. Grand Is The Seen (Feat. Spawn Of Sirius)
5. In Your Presence
6. Love In China
7. The Departure Words
Poems of: Hafiz, Rabindranath Tagore, Walt Whitman, Su Shi and Snowflake

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released December 23, 2014

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Welcome into the world of Kamarius Music. Enjoy the sounds of Ambient, Electronic, New-Age, World-Fusion, Meditative, Spiritual, Cinematic, Soundtrack, Experimental Music.
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Track Name: Freedom is Me
Freedom
I am free, I am freedom, all my thoughts are my own
Seeds of knowing were planted and now we reap what we've sown
I awake to my freedom, give it birth from within
Dissolving all limits, there is no thing called sin
Freedom is singing like a bird over sea,
Freedom is living in you and in me.
I am free to see God as nothing, as all
As spirit, as nature, infinite and small
God is woman, and man, all colors of skin
She's the borderless universe, He hibernates within
Freedom is ringing for Whom the Bell Tolls,
Freedom is living it's born as we grow.
I am free with my voice in it's tone and it's words
The sound of my truth blends with yours as it's heard
A chorus of freedom each harmony swells
In the hearts of the peaceful.
Freedom is singing like a bird over sea,
Freedom is living in you and in me,
Freedom is ringing for Whom the Bell Tolls,
Freedom is living in the young and the old,
Freedom is singing,
Freedom is living,
Freedom is waking,
Freedom is Me.
Track Name: Fresh And Afresh
• Poem TEN - POEMS FROM THE DIVAN OF HAFIZ
SINGER, sweet Singer, fresh notes strew, Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Heart-gladdening wine thy lips imbrue, Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Saki, thy radiant feet I hail ; Flush with red wine the goblets pale, Flush our pale cheeks to drunken hue,
Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Then with thy love to toy with thee, Rest thee, ah, rest ! where none can see ; Seek thy delight, for kisses sue,
Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Here round thy life the vine is twined ; Drink ! for elsewhere Avhat wine wilt find ? Drink to her name, to hours that flew,
Hours ever fresh and new and new !
She that has stolen my heart from me, How does she wield her empery ? Paints and adorns and scents her too,
Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Wind of the dawn that passest by, Swift to the street of my fairy hie, Whisper the tale of Hafiz true,
Fresh and afresh and new and new !
Track Name: Grand Is The Seen (Feat. Spawn Of Sirius)
Grand is the Seen by Walt Whitman
Grand is the seen, the light, to me — grand are the sky and stars, Grand is the earth, and grand are lasting time and space, And grand their laws, so multiform, puzzling, evolutionary; But grander far the unseen soul of me, comprehending, endowing all those, Lighting the light, the sky and stars, delving the earth, sailing the sea, (What were all those, indeed, without thee, unseen soul? of what amount without thee?) More evolutionary, vast, puzzling, O my soul!
More multiform far — more lasting thou than they.
Track Name: In Your Presence
POEMS FROM THE DIVAN OF HAFIZ
• Poem ONE
ARISE, oh Cup-bearer, rise ! and bring To lips that are thirsting the bowl they praise, For it seemed that love was an easy thing, But my feet have fallen on difficult ways. I have prayed the wind o'er my heart to fling The fragrance of musk in her hair that sleeps In the night of her hair yet no fragrance stays The tears of my heart's blood my sad heart weeps. Hear the Tavern-keeper who counsels you :
" With wine, with red wine your prayer carpet dye ! " There was never a traveller like him but knew The ways of the road and the hostelry. Where shall I rest, when the still night through, Beyond thy gateway, oh Heart of my heart,
The bells of the camels lament and cry : " Bind up thy burden again and depart ! "
The waves run high, night is clouded with fears, And eddying whirlpools clash and roar; How shall my drowning voice strike their ears Whose light-freighted vessels have reached the shore ?
I sought mine own ; the unsparing years Have brought me mine own, a dishonoured name. What cloak shall cover my misery o'er When each jesting mouth has rehearsed my shame ! Oh Hafiz, seeking an end to strife, Hold fast in thy mind what the wise have writ : " If at last thou attain the desire of thy life, Cast the world aside, yea, abandon it ! "
Track Name: Love In China
Shui diao ge tou (Remembering Su Che on the Mid-Autumn Festival) by Su Shi
Bright moon, when did you appear? Lifting my wine, I question the dark night sky. Tonight in the palaces and halls of heaven what year is it, I wonder? I would like to ride the wind, make my home there, Only I hide in a jade room of a beautiful mansion, As I could not bear the cold of high altitudes. So I rise and dance and play in your pure beams, this human world — how can it compare with yours? Circling red chambers, low in the curtained door, you shine on the sleepless. Surely you bear us no ill will — why then must you be so round at times when we humans are parted! People have their grieves and joys, their togetherness and separation, The moon has its dark and clear times, its waxings and wanings. Situations are never ideal since long ago. I only hope we two may have long long lives, So that we may share the moon's beauty even though we are a thousand miles apart.
Track Name: The Departure Words
Poems from Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore (excerpt)
O thou the last fulfilment of life, Death, my death, come and whisper to me!
Day after day I have kept watch for thee; for thee have I borne the joys and pangs of life.
All that I am, that I have, that I hope and all my love have ever flowed towards thee in depth of secrecy. One final glance from thine eyes and my life will be ever thine own.
The flowers have been woven and the garland is ready for the bridegroom. After the wedding the bride shall leave her home and meet her lord alone in the solitude of night.
I know that the day will come when my sight of this earth shall be lost, and life will take its leave in silence, drawing the last curtain over my eyes.
Yet stars will watch at night, and morning rise as before, and hours heave like sea waves casting up pleasures and pains.
When I think of this end of my moments, the barrier of the moments breaks and I see by the light of death thy world with its careless treasures. Rare is its lowliest seat, rare is its meanest of lives.
Things that I longed for in vain and things that I got---let them pass. Let me but truly possess the things that I ever spurned and overlooked.
I have got my leave. Bid me farewell, my brothers! I bow to you all and take my departure.
Here I give back the keys of my door---and I give up all claims to my house. I only ask for last kind words from you.
We were neighbours for long, but I received more than I could give. Now the day has dawned and the lamp that lit my dark corner is out. A summons has come and I am ready for my journey.
At this time of my parting, wish me good luck, my friends! The sky is flushed with the dawn and my path lies beautiful.
Ask not what I have with me to take there. I start on my journey with empty hands and expectant heart.
I shall put on my wedding garland. Mine is not the red-brown dress of the traveller, and though there are dangers on the way I have no fear in mind.
The evening star will come out when my voyage is done and the plaintive notes of the twilight melodies be struck up from the King's gateway.
I was not aware of the moment when I first crossed the threshold of this life.
What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight!
When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt in a moment that I was no stranger in this world, that the inscrutable without name and form had taken me in its arms in the form of my own mother.
Even so, in death the same unknown will appear as ever known to me. And because I love this life, I know I shall love death as well.
The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, in the very next moment to find in the left one its consolation.
When I go from hence let this be my parting word, that what I have seen is unsurpassable.
I have tasted of the hidden honey of this lotus that expands on the ocean of light, and thus am I blessed---let this be my parting word.
In this playhouse of infinite forms I have had my play and here have I caught sight of him that is formless.
My whole body and my limbs have thrilled with his touch who is beyond touch; and if the end comes here, let it come---let this be my parting word.