My Gift to You

“My intention is purely to follow the dharma that is guiding me. That is all. Right now my duty is to give pure sounds to the universe – pure and simple – with pure heart.” – Gaiea

What Enya was for post-911, Gaiea is for the Covid-19 pandemic. Her actual name is Gabriella, which means a strong person of God, but without its latter consonants becomes Gaiea; a most fitting and fortuitous epithet.

Her desire to correct the imbalance of feminine and masculine forces can be felt through her music. Intrinsic in her song resides the harmonic resonance of a Tridevi; i.e., a triad or trinity consisting of three goddesses. A few examples of such triunes are:

Demeter, Persephone, and Athena (Hellenism)
Saraswati, Lakshmi, and Parvati (Hinduism)
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Christianity)
The Good, Divine Mind, and World Soul (Platonism)

As her artistic medium, Gaiea avails of an ancient language that is sacred to her and feels as natural as a mother’s intuition. With the luminous allure of the moon and the brilliant rays of the sun, her Sanskrit resonates with a beautiful coherence.

Imbued with a wonderfully intelligent syntax, the language lends itself to poetic and philosophical expression and creativity. If justice were a crown, then its flowing logos would be the wreath that adorns it, whereas to speak it aloud preserves mercy.

May our hearts be receptive in welcoming (agape) Gaiea into the depths of our soul, that her harmonious melodies might be a source of healing and restoration… Click here or on the image above to hear the beating heart of her feminine dove.


About Philosopher Muse

An explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.
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2 Responses to My Gift to You

  1. Jason,

    What a powerful piece of writing–really, really moving and just overflowing with love and authenticity. It truly is a blessing- a privilege – to engage and learn and grown, and your post has allowed for this opportunity; further igniting my journey of exploration with Sanskrit, song and spirituality. Thank you foe taking time to explore and offer parallels- wonderful reminder how much we share in common (this common ground oft being perceived only through hard work to gain fresh eyes, and the willingness to look; the ability to listen; and the courage to really fight for love.) Thabk YOU for being a true warrior of light! Keep writing, sharing, challenging and engaging. Love, Sarah

    • Your words are delicious as Shepherd’s Pie after a long day of working the fields, but to truly appreciate the meal we must at least sample the dessert; Sarah, I encourage you to watch the associated video titled Introducing Gaiea Sanskrit.

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