Meditating on Sound | An Interview with Alexandre Tannous

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Alexandre Tannous has been active as a musician, educator, composer, and as an ethnomusicologist. His compositions are frequently performed in the United States, Europe, and in Asia. As a musician, he has performed a variety of musical styles including classical, jazz, rock, and non-Western music. Alexandre is also active as an ethnomusicologist. He has conducted fieldwork for 17 years in over
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Spiritual Exercises: Calling Upon All Saints

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Spiritual exercise goes by other names, other synonyms, like “Do all things in the name of the Lord.” The name of the Lord is first of all something that’s inaudible. So that makes it kind of challenging until you realize that name is already being called out. It doesn’t really require much of anything from you other than a willingness and intention to hear and to listen to the
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Cooperating With What Is

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This article by John-Roger was first published in the Rod & Staff, 1988. One of the greatest keys that anyone could give you to create your own happiness and well-being would be the key of unconditional cooperation. That means cooperating with everything that’s going on.  If people express themselves in an illiterate way that you don’t appreciate, keep in mind that
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