The Tibetan Heart Sutra Mantra offers us the opportunity to fully transition from and release our current state of being to a different one, of peace and enlightenment. Gone, Gone to the Further Shore, Completely Gone to the Further Shore, So Be It.
Through whatever transition we are undergoing, it is through constant assimilation of Karma and releasing of attachment that will get us there with grace. We are no longer on the shore of where we once stood, once thought, and are instead releasing everything to the idea of change, what is to come, and the eternal perfection in everything. When we integrate the discomfort or fear of change, we are able to release the past and our expectations of it as we move forward within our life paths and experiences.
This track is chanted and accompanied by Norma Jean on the Shamanic Frame Drum.
This album is for everyone and in remembrance of our loved ones..
Joseph Terence Attridge
Miriam Harrison Belenky
Susan Sarles Brody
Oliver Hess: father, artist, friend
Kerry’s Angel Baby
Robin Siegel Roffman
Florence Siegel Lotker
Carol Siegel Lotker
Juanita F. Machado
Therese McArdle Ellie & Tom McArdle
Kim "Lovemuffin" O'Neill
Claire & Vincent Pierce, Margaret Pierce
Mary and Bob Rita
Jackie & Manny Schweitzer
Ethan A. Smith, Jr.
Susie, Jared, Miles and Rachel
Patricia Riley Sweeney
Viola Johnson Vosburg
Rosemary O'Brien Williams
Zeus, Ione, Carole, Mike, Nate, and Tana
Norma Jean is a singer songwriter who lives Bali and writes original songs about love, and the beauty of life, looking out onto the rice fields.
She also draws daily cartoons @normajeanlovesdoodles on Instagram, and writes poetry.