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Made this for a friend to thank him for his companionship on life's journey...

Let's get into a space to receive her warming, enlightening rays...

We're on the 3rd ROCK from the, Let's ROCK

Here Comes the Sun - Beatles (03:10) with video from Grand Canyon National Park

[from a comment] This is magical, George was so spiritual and the story about him wandering around Eric Clapton's back yard with his guitar as the sun was coming up on a spring day is magical. George said he was playing and the song was what came out. As a guitar player myself, this song is just so pleasurable to play the way it just rolls of the fingers. I think it is one of the greatest songs ever written.


lift your spirits lift lift your spirits lift your spirits high

lift your spirits lift lift your spirits lift your spirits high

your light is present in all things

your light is present in all things


So shine your light brighter than the Sun

and spread it wide, wide like the ocean

so we can see, see in all directions

so we can be, be a true reflection

lets all sing

Dancin' Under the Sun...Let's Shake Our Booties...


Sun in Lyrics and/or Great Visuals

"I got sunshine on a cloudy day..."

Who is that SUN and why is it following me?

Recessional #1: Mellow

--traditionally, it's chanted at the end of each kundalini yoga class

Recessional #2: Kick Ass

For Extended Basking in the Sun...

--lots of positive radiant kid-power & flower-power...

Lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu (Sanskrit: लोकः समस्ताः सुखिनो भवन्तु) is a Sanskrit mantra that often chanted at the conclusion of a yoga practice. Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu means “may everyone, in the whole world, be happy.” It can be chanted, sung or meditated upon to offer as a prayer, or shloka for the whole world. Another popular translation is “may all beings, everywhere, be free and happy.” This is still accurate, except the mantra doesn’t specifically say the word free, but rather, it is implied. SOURCE


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