Posts Tagged ‘Daily Poetry’
Australia is a long way from Mexico and with an almost non-existent Latin population it is hard to find great new music and even harder to get a decent taco. (I love Mexican food.)
The Latin Grammys proved exceptional as I was exposed to several new artist with whom I fell immediately in love. Wisin & Yandel were off the charts as well as this group, Camila, who took several Latin Grammys. Besame one of the most highly regarded Latin mariachi boleros, which I can in fact acclaim is terribly romantic serenaded on a beach on Playa La Ropa. I have loved it for years.
The boys of Camila deliver Besame with soulful vocals, a touch of pop falsetto, and a refreshing spin on the classic lyrics. If you are a music lover (regardless of language), you can’t help but feel the romance and passion this song delivers. Ultimately and universally, the song says “Kiss Me”.
The Latin Grammys was a night of music, theatrics, and a celebration of a culture that I am very proud of. Enjoy the show!
Sometime a song just sticks with you. This bouncy little tune is one that I never get sick of hearing. In its simplicity it is a song about happiness, joy and the power of positive energy transferring through thoughts. DJ J. Axel paired up with Indonesian songstress Astrid Suryanto, vocalist and produced this song, You Give Me Love. I love the lone trumpet on the intro and the subtle undertone of a rainstorm happening in the background. The song has uptempo movement whilst still being a chill-out electronica favorite.
No truer words from a lover’s lips:
Another day is coming
With the thoughts of you in my head
The feeling is overwhelming
Didn’t thought I need you this way
I see the beauty of colors
That you’ve been projected
And I’d like to thank you for the seconds of your presence
You give me love
Showing me that you can be the one in my life
And I know there is no other love that could fill
This hole in my heart
You give me love
Betwixt the sexy house beats there is a huge underlying theme – The Power of Thought. Ever thought about someone and they called you? This I often refer to as the ‘power of intention’. In the same way that positive intentions can be manifested we must also consider the impact that negative emotions have on those we are casting them onto. To understand how this works, think soul-mail instead of email. Envision your thoughts are tweets placed on someone’s soul stream or updates on a mental Facebook wall because believe you me the energetic being (person, object or idea) on the other end of that thought is getting what you are projecting on them…they just might not know why they are feeling it so lousy or where it is coming from.
Got a story of positive intention working for you in an usual way? Share it with me and leave me some love, it makes this blogging thing a whole lot more interesting.