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Here Comes The Sun
Tags: Beatles Ditty Harrison Hidden InnerChild Madrid Message Parsifal Smile Son Song Spirituality Spring Sun

Thanks to Parsifal that created and posted this on one of our BRIDGES


An easy-going little post with few words only; deliberately to cheer your day - 'It's All Right...'

Every day provides opportunities to venture a new beginning.

To discard mistakes of the past,

like ...put down a Winter coat in the sunshine of Spring...


Renewal Every Day !


Each of us has the chance !

If sings George from the long cold winter, which has now passed, so should this time be a comparison for our hardships that we have left behind now with the new start, the return of the sun.

Replace the 'Sun' with 'Son' 

No matter how dark your days may be, the Sun comes out again and again and dissipate the dark fog ... 
...Each 'Winter' inevitably entails the Spring, the growth, prosperity ...


And it's not George Harrison if he just would have not been packed the lyrics with his own knowledge:

This mature human, musical genius and finally spiritually awaken.

A brilliant of world of music.


And is there a wonderful message hidden, in a way how only few people could express

and at the same time could conceal such as Harrison:

Our spiritual awakening !

After the time of the cold, of oppression, deceit and ego, we reflect on our true nature !

Let consciously rise the Sun (sun) as Son (son).

He completes the son(g) with:

Here comes the Sun

It's all right

By repeating some passages he skillfully sets a focus, an intensification on the statement - so very hidden.

Just living spirituality.


This little song helps me to stay positively, about things went wrong out there and get excited or on matters which were not properly.

Playful musical style for my Inner Child, it improves my mood.

One simple optimistically belief, perhaps the epitome, summit of The Beatles songs.


George wrote the piece when he returned from India in his deep affection for Krishna and discovered Hinduism.

But it was a difficult time for him


In January 1969, he had left the Beatles for several days in the dispute during the sessions for the 'get back project'.

On February 8, 1969, his tonsils had to be removed, on March 12, 1969, he was due to have been arrested in possession of marijuana.

As burdensome, he also felt the business disputes in the context of the Beatles company 'Apple'.

So he decided one day to escape the whole for a while and visited his friend Eric Clapton.

Then, in his garden, he composed the song.

But I think that we shouldn't read too much into this ditty.

We simply allow the message:

You can experience the uplifting moment every day; smile !


This song let you smile inwardly ?

Then it has fulfilled its purpose.

Sing or hum along, for this it's created.

- Thank you George.

Enjoy Spring everyone  - Parsifal

Here comes the Sun (1968, remastered 2009)


If someone ever asks you what the meaning of Life is, just tell them, it's beautiful moments like this.

   'Here comes the Sun, here comes the Sun,
And I say it's all right'

Little darling, it's been a long cold lonely Winter
Little darling, it feels like years since it's been here
Here comes the Sun, here comes the Sun
And I say it's all right

Little darling, the smiles returning to their faces
Little darling, it seems like years since it's been here
Here comes the Sun, here comes the Sun
And I say it's all right

Sun, Sun, Sun, here it comes
Sun, Sun, Sun, here it comes
Sun, Sun, Sun, here it comes
Sun, Sun, Sun, here it comes
Sun, Sun, Sun, here it comes 

Little darling, I feel that ice is slowly melting
Little darling, it seems like years since it's been clear
Here comes the Sun, here comes the Sun,
And I say it's all right
Here comes the Sun, here comes the Sun,
It's all right, it's all right
- George Harrison

About this song (Wikipedia)

Here Comes the Sun Flashmob @ Employment Office in Madrid/Spain


This contribution has been my first appearance in the BOLE @ Spring Equinox 2013, thanks to Peter ~SiNeh

An End of Life Caregiver Has a Message About Death that You Need to Hear Right Now
Tags: Life Death Spirituality

An End of Life Caregiver Has a Message About Death that You Need to Hear Right Now

January 11, 2019

Vic Bishop, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Speaking from his experiences working in an ER and witnessing death first hand, then going on to work in end of life care with Hospice, Zach Bush MD, shares a few powerful observations about the way we look at death and life.


“We have the belief, I think in our subconscious, because of the movies we watch, because of the TV shows we watch, because of our big divorce from the death process, it’s become sterilized. You have probably not seen many people die. You have probably not seen your loved ones die. They’ve probably died in operating rooms, or ICU’s… and so very few human beings are now watching this process of death, and its allowed death to be defined as an endpoint. As a contraction, or a disappearance, rather than what I’ve actually seen it to be.” ~Zach Bush, MD

He goes on to point out examples of people have biologically died but have been brought back to life. These are the people who’ve experienced what we’ve come to call near death experiences, a remarkable phenomenon in which people from all ages, backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, and so on, all share a very common experience.

“And what I’ve seen it to be is a massive expansion, of consciousness, of reality, of awareness, and ultimately of love.” ~Zach Bush, MD

As an ICU doctor, Bush was a firsthand witness to resuscitation of many patients, and he expresses his awe with the fact that the most common thing a patient would first say after being brought back to life was, ‘why did you bring me back?’

“In the hours that follow, they are telling their loved ones, ‘I went into this space, and it was bright white light everywhere, and in that moment I felt completely accepted for the first time in my life.” ~Zach Bush, MD

Now, this is the part you really need to hear right now and share with others:

“I think we’re all walking around right now lonely as hell. And our opportunity to rebirth, because death is not an endpoint, is a transformation moment. It’s an expansion beyond limits of this frail, biological shell that we carry around. And the instant that we step outside of that, we find out that the universe embraces us in every single second of our existence, in complete acceptance of who we are. We are enough, in and of our own identity of ‘I am,’  at every second of every point of our existence.” ~Zach Bush, MD

He goes on to ask a very big question about our existence, that is, what if we need a death moment in order to evolve into who we are really supposed to be?

Watch the short clip for yourself, here, and please share with friends, family, and loved ones.

Read more articles by Vic Bishop.


Vic Bishop is a staff writer for WakingTimes.com. He is an observer of people, animals, nature, and he loves to ponder the connection and relationship between them all. A believer in always striving to becoming self-sufficient and free from the matrix, please track him down on Facebook.

This article (An End of Life Caregiver Has a Message About Death  that You Need to Hear Right Now) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Vic Bishop and WakingTimes.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio and internal links. 

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When You Feel Like Quitting or Giving Up Your Search For God, Remember This Advice!
Tags: spirituality Consciousness Guru Paramhansa Yogananda Quotes


Remember this great advice when you feel like giving up your search for divine realization! If these words can fill your eyes with tears, then know for certain that realization is not far from you! Enlightened master Sri Paramahansa Yogananda's most inspiring advice for spiritual seekers.

About Sri Paramahansa Yogananda: Paramahansa Yogananda (1893–1952) is considered one of the pre-eminent spiritual figures of modern times.He was an Indian yogi and guru who introduced millions of westerners to the teachings of meditation and Kriya Yoga through his book, 'Autobiography of a Yogi'.

Source credit: 'Man's Eternal Quest' by Paramahansa Yogananda (Quotes and excerpts are randomly selected and arranged in a sequential order for better understanding.)


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