“Freedom of Attitude”
When you wake up in the morning, you are completely free to choose whatever attitude you wish to have. And the attitude you choose can have an enormous impact on the way your day unfolds.
Each time you encounter another person, you are completely free to choose your attitude toward that person. And the attitude you choose will most certainly determine how well the encounter goes.
For every event or situation that comes along, you are completely free to choose the attitude with which you respond. And the attitude you choose will determine how much positive value you gain from whatever is going on.
With many aspects of your life, there are restrictions and limitations imposed upon you from outside forces. Yet with your own attitude, you have total, unlimited control.
And your attitude can make a big difference, with people, with events, with what you get out of the moments that make up each day. Your attitude exerts a powerful influence, and it is yours to direct as you wish.
Choose not to allow your attitude to merely follow you along. For you are free to choose an attitude that will lead you to ever higher levels of achievement and fulfillment.
— Ralph Marston”
Unusual, beautiful stained glass art. Highly recommended!
Bluetech is a music producer who creates predominantly electronic music, with a focus in downtempo and ambient music styles. His expression is mercurial however, so dont be surprised to hear many other genres in his music. He’s included audio samples in the music section so you can hear examples of his released and unreleased material. Music is a healing process for me on a number of levels. My hope is that you are inspired by Blutech’s work and it can become a tool in your process as well, whether as casual background enjoyment, or as a vehicle for exploration of new states of being.
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The goddess Kuan Yin is a symbol, not only of the Chinese assimilation of Buddhism, but also of the many hued flavor of karuna, expressed through the softer wisdom of a woman. She is a pointer to the re-emergence of the goddess and the gender transformation of Avalokiteshvara in China represents perhaps a universal imperative, which is similarly reflected in the emanation of the goddess Tara from the compassionate tears of the same bodhisattva. Though often images are encountered, which show her sporting a moustache, emphasizing masculinity; this is negated by the softness of her demeanor.
Can anything be more subtly female than her graceful poise – modest and inward looking, yet potent enough to generate and compassionately nourish the whole outside world? In the words of Martin Palmer: “The divine feminine cannot be suppressed for long. In China, it emerged by the transformation of the male into the female,” only god (or the goddess) knows how it will transpire in other cultures.
Good advice, besides being funny!
With influences ranging from Prince to Brian Wilson, Sabrosa Purr’s sound is hard to pin down. And if you ask the band, that’s the way they like it. With the exception of a few songs, they’ve ditched the formulaic verse-and-chorus routine we’ve all been accustomed to hearing. The result is something that stands out from everything else you hear on KROQ or Indie.
Forget reviews! Take a listen! These guys rock. Call your local radio station and request Sabrosa Purr!