What is The LongDance?
Mir Miru Mir (35:20)
Shakti Jai (Hampe Song) (23:51)
Waves Upon The Stone (10:59)
This incantation is different than the song,
I (Shaker) captured this just after recording the more known version of the song
which has been published on the CD
Journey of The NightHeart (LongDance Vol II)
The musicians (Jim, Anja, Jonathan and Lissa) were done recording.
As usual, the candles were lit and the recording session had been much more of a
sacred heart sharing in music than a recording session.
The musicians, who took the meaning of the song to heart, began to chant
"Mir Miru Mir"
Harmonizing, rising, falling soft in a deep and gentle heart space.
When this occurs, the resonance of the music recorded is always very different
than in a regular session.
Fortunately, I (who was in the other room) turned the recording equipment right back on
and caught this rare and beautiful moment.
Spirit of Peace
to your cause we give our strength
that love may reign and war may cease
Mir Miru Mir
( peace on earth, peace)
This dance came in inspiration
Mir Miru Mir is an old liturgical phrase in Russian
In addition ìmirî also named the gatherings
SHAKTI JAI Hampi Song
as god was a child she used to play with stones
shakti jai shakti jai shakti jai
god felt like a butterfly
letís feel like a butterfly letís
take a rest on a mountain high
Waves Upon The Stone
Endless waves break on the shore
Call to me I'll hear your voice
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