The aim of the series is to look at the work of prophets, poets, mystics, and philosophers throughout the ages whose teachings have focused on our divine, or spiritual, reality. The latter is given short shrift in a materialistic age, but humanity has a deep spiritual heritage. Episodes are designed to reveal insights that you can apply to your daily lives. Starting with Season 4 in February 2021, new episodes will be posted on the 4th Sunday of every month. (Music is used with permission by Randy Armstrong, The Conference of the Birds CD)
An update – and a brief bit of inspiration – for the end of Season 1.
S3/E10 – Calm in the Storm (Mystical Verse, Part 2)
Poems for Tranquility in 2020
S3/E9 – Our Unsung Songs (Rabindranath Tagore)
Exploring the work of Rabindranath Tagore, and his seminal work "The Gitanjali."
S3/E8 – Why be PC? (Saadi of Shiraz)
Saadi Shirazi, Persian poet and prose writer of the Middle Ages, combines wit and wisdom to convey lessons to live by.
S3/E7 – Are You Really “Woken?” (Sikh Traditions)
Exploring Sikh traditions, history, and scripture
S3/E6 – Becoming a Butterfly (St. Teresa of Àvila)
St. Teresa of Àvila reflects on the journey of the soul through the seven mansions of “The Interior Castle.”
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the song Zarrín came to sing
“The song THAT I came to sing remains unsung”, but not the song Zarrín came to sing. In The Soul Salons she sings in multiple octaves and beautiful melody.
Soul Salons Fills Up the Spiritual Appetite
Soul Salons is outstanding! You can tell that Zarrin, the speaker, is really passionate about her topics. They are thought-provoking, obviously throughly researched, and enriching. Soul Salons are perfect for anyone who wants to go deeper spiritually but doesn’t have the time to invest. Each episode lasts approximately 15 minutes. Give it a shot, you won’t be disappointed!
Smart, efficient and clever/lighthearted introductions to various faiths and philosophical traditions. I’m learning a lot!