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Our EDM journey continues strong in 2016

EDM Listening/dance habits of 2016

Overview

We analyze our listening habits on Last.FM (username:oneplusoneisone), demonstrating the integral part of Electronic Dance Music in our lives which we believe is the secret to our happiness. Above Last.FM link shows you what we played lately and when, it’s real-time.
We have 2 different sources for our music: Spotify and YouTube.

Almost every song we play on Spotify is scrobbled. The number is low however because we also use playlists offline. Below represents about 50% of our listening patterns, the other 50% goes to YouTube with mostly Live sets. Considering that 13 days and 8 hours of listening non-stop on Spotify is only 50% of the total time, we spend almost an entire month listening to Electronic Dance Music.

Why does it dip in June? We attended EDC in June which makes us more concentrate on YouTube Live Sets to recreate the feelings of joy and freedom we experienced twice now at EDC Las Vegas. The impact of EDC goes through the end of 2015 and then stays steady until June. The blurb in February also has a reason. In February 2016, we bought tickets for Phoenix Lights festival and the joy it generated resulted in a spike of music, actually the highest month of the year 2016.

Artists

We listened/dance to 6,000 songs on Spotify in 2016 of which 48% are from the same 25 Artist(s). This is 3,000 less than 2015 on Spotify but above the listening levels of 2014. The spike in 2015 has a simple explanation. EDC Las Vegas got us on a natural high for a few months resulting in more songs listened and danced to.
Did the total time we spend on dancing has still been the same, but since we attended EDC and a few smaller local festivals, we are spending more time listen to live sets on YouTube.
Artist most listened to (scrobbled) in 2016 on Spotify:
Rank Artist name Scrobbles
1 Deorro 240
2 Michael Woods 197
3 Zedd 187
4 Morgan Page 183
5 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike 167
6 Eric Prydz 166
7 Galantis 166
8 Andrew Rayel 140
9 Borgeous 119
10 Tiësto 119
11 Martin Garrix 113
11 R3hab 113
12 Major Lazer 96
13 Avicii 95
14 Alan Walker 77
15 Dzeko & Torres 72
15 Kaskade 72
16 Steve Aoki 69
17 The Chainsmokers 66
18 Disco Fries 64
19 Oliver Heldens 59
20 Dash Berlin 56
21 Laidback Luke 55
22 Riton 54
23 John Dalback 50
24 Morten 49
25 Sam Feldt 47
Total          2,887

In comparison: 2015

  2015    
Rank Avatar Artist name Scrobbles
1 Deorro Deorro 401
2 Zedd Zedd 400
3 Galantis Galantis 229
4 Avicii Avicii 188
5 Above & Beyond Above & Beyond 174
6 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike 165
7 Kaskade Kaskade 160
8 Morgan Page Morgan Page 148
9 Steve Aoki Steve Aoki 137
10 Borgeous Borgeous 124
11 Tiësto Tiësto 123
12 Kygo Kygo 122
13 Lost Frequencies Lost Frequencies 119
14 Alesso Alesso 115
15 Eric Prydz Eric Prydz 113
16 Michael Woods Michael Woods 108
17 Calvin Harris Calvin Harris 105
18 Martin Garrix Martin Garrix 104
19 Tom Swoon Tom Swoon 101
20 Dash Berlin Dash Berlin 98

 

In 2016 we lost six of our TOP 20 artists from 2015 as highlighted. As you will see with the songs itself, our taste has slightly shifted away from Trance, which was the original attraction to EDM, and towards Future House, Tech House, but the majority of listening is still Big Room.
In the second part of 2016 Oliver Heldens was on a steep rise after seeing him live at one of the Talking Stick Pool parties. Same applies for KSHMR which did not make the list of the top 20 yet and also is on our bucketlist to see live. We really like his music. Oliver Heldens and R3HAB, who we danced to at another Talking Stick pool party, were the biggest gainers. Others stayed at their previous ranks and only slightly moved a bit up or down.

Many artists which we listened to many times on Spotify do not have a wide choice of recent live sets. We are very current on new releases of the 607 artists on Spotify, we like to dance to recent live sets and with some we would have to go back to 2013 to catch a professionally recorded live set.
Here is the YouTube Playlist with over 100 of the best live sets in 2016.

Live sets watched on YouTube 2016:

Rank YouTube TOP 50 Live Sets 2016 Times
1 Deorro 13
2 Zedd 11
3 EDC 2016 7
4 Axwell & Ingrosso 6
5 Oliver Heldens 6
6 Eric Prydz 5
7 Galantis 5
8 Kaskade 5
9 Avicii 4
10 Martin Solveig 4
11 Morgan Page 4
12 Andrew Rayel 3
13 Arty 3
14 Florian Picasso 3
15 KSHMR 3
16 Major Lazor 3
17 Moti 3
18 Robin Schulz 3
19 Botnek 2
20 Dannic 2
21 Kygo 2
22 Marshmello 2
23 R3HAB 2
24 Tiesto 2
25 3LAU 1
26 Above and Beyond 1
27 Armin van Buuren 1
28 Audien 1
29 Autoerotique 1
30 Benny Benassi 1
31 Borgeous 1
32 Cosmic Gate 1
33 Da Tweekaz 1
34 Dada Life 1
35 Dash Berlin 1
36 DJ Dan 1
37 DJ Fresch 1
38 DVBBS 1
39 Lost Frequencies 1
40 MakJ 1
41 Martin Garrix 1
42 Orjan Nilsen 1
43 Pierce Fulton 1
44 Porter Robinson 1
45 Sean Tyas 1
46 Showtek 1
47 Steve Aoki 1
48 Sultan & Shepard 1
49 Tchami 1
50 Tommy Trash 1
51 Tritonal 1
52 W&W 1
53 Wolfpack 1

Deorro is our number 1 on number of times we have listened to his tracks in 2016 while Borgeous is the leader on the most  tracks we played this year.
We never of course met and talked to any of these artists but there are some which we feel a “connection to”, and somehow are responding to their vibrational levels.  These artists include Deorro, Borgeous, Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix, and lately KSHMR in that order.
We have our private jokes, please do not take offense, but we sometimes play Deorro’s or Martin Garrix’ parents. “Martin, there is no way we will have three O’s in your new song. It remains Bouncybob.”, or “Deorro, 50% of your songs have to be in Spanish or you are grounded for a month”.

Dancing Habits

In anticipation of EDC and other smaller festivals we danced to music every day for 101 days straight, and the streak only ended because we took both of our elderly Mothers to Las Vegas.

Saturday is our dance day more than any other day because we were starting in the morning, like Sunday. In spring and summer 2016 we attended a live set almost every weekend  at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale Arizona.

We love their Pool Parties. Four years ago, we flew from Phoenix to the East coast just to see Tiesto because Las Vegas had not gotten wind of that EDM trend. In the meantime, we saw Tiesto five times and one of the times was at the Maya Beach Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. We were about 10 feet behind Tiesto and thought: Why did Vegas not catch on a year sooner, would have saved us a trip to Atlantic City, which is no comparison to Las Vegas.

 

Songs/Tracks

 

Rank 2016 Scrobbled Artist and track name / Spotify # Scrobbles
1 Morgan Page — No Ordinary Life (feat. Angela McCluskey) 69
2 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike — Higher Place – Andrew Rayel Remix 64
3 Michael Woods — Get Around – Radio Edit 63
4 Zedd — Beautiful Now 62
5 Michael Woods — Gold 59
6 Deorro — Haters 57
7 Riton — Rinse & Repeat – Radio Edit 54
8 Laidback Luke — Let It Go 52
9 Dzeko & Torres — L’Amour Toujours – Tiësto Radio Edit 48
10 Eric Prydz — Breathe 43
11 Jax Jones — House Work 41
12 Michael Woods — Sleep – Michael Woods VIP Mix 41
13 Avicii — Waiting For Love 41
14 Coleman Hell — 2 Heads 40
15 Galantis — Louder, Harder, Better 40
16 Eric Prydz — Generate – Radio Edit 39
17 Deorro — Bailar – Radio Edit 37
18 Carnage — Toca 37
19 Disco Fries — Head In The Clouds – Original Mix 36
20 Eric Prydz — We Are Mirage 36
21 Galantis — No Money – MOTi Remix 34
22 Tujamo — Booty Bounce 33
23 Tiësto — Summer Nights 32
24 Galantis — Runaway (U & I) 31
25 Florian Picasso — Final Call 30
26 Major Lazer — Light It Up (Remix) [feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG] 30
27 Rain Man — Bring Back the Summer (feat. Oly) 29
28 Zedd — Candyman 29
29 Sam Feldt — Summer on You 29
30 MORTEN — Beautiful Heartbeat – Deorro Remix 27
31 Zedd — Find You – Tritonal Remix 27
32 R3hab — Freak – VIP Remix Edit 27
33 Oliver Heldens — Ghost 27
34 Flume — Never Be Like You (Martin Solveig Remix) [feat. Kai] 27
35 Eric Prydz — Opus 27
36 Galantis — Peanut Butter Jelly 27
37 Martin Garrix — Bouncybob (feat. Justin Mylo & Mesto) 26
38 Andrew Rayel — Daylight – Original Mix 26
39 W&W — How Many 26
40 Major Lazer — Light It Up (feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG) – Remix 26
41 Reez — Prophecy – Radio Edit 26
42 Diplo — Be Right There 25
43 The Weeknd — Can’t Feel My Face – Martin Garrix Remix 25
44 X Ambassadors — Renegades – Stash Konig Remix 25
45 Avicii — Taste The Feeling (Avicii Vs. Conrad Sewell) 25
46 Calvin Harris — This Is What You Came For 25
47 Zonderling — Crazy For You 24
48 Alan Walker — Faded 24
49 Tough Love — So Freakin’ Tight 24
50 Stereo Express — When I’m with You – Sakso Remix 24
1778

 

 

There are two songs that we could call our all-time favorites and that is Deorro’s Five More Hours  (video) and Zedd’s Beautiful Now. They both transport us to a higher dimension when playing.

Genres played

Our top tags correspond to the genres mentioned previously.

A friend of ours told us at the beginning that EDM is a journey and we agree. It has brightened our lives immensely and we wished others our age would give this a shot.

 

God is a DJ

When we first heard Faithless, “ God is a DJ, “ we had to contemplate the validity of this statement by simply measuring the consistent feelings of joy after an EDM show or festival.

 

Religious people are going to church on Sundays because they like to hear an upbeat message as well as mingling with like-minded believers. The congregation will sing a few songs, maybe a band is playing, and a pastor usually delivers a speech that will lift your emotions and carry you through the week. Church services caters to those who have the same or similar beliefs. Some people believe that the words of a preacher or priest have not only divine approval, but originate from a deity or an enlightened entity who is using the body of the human to communicate. Some churches have people running down the isles speaking in tongues, according to a sentence if the Christian New Testament (Acts 2:38), which means that the spirit of God has descended on the person who is now channeling God but in gibberish which of course, and no surprise here, only an elect group like the pastor himself, is allowed to translate into English.

“Channeling” is a term that became popular in the 1980s when metaphysics started to boom in preparation of the “harmonic conversion”. The Harmonic Convergence is the name given to one of the world’s first globally synchronized meditation events, which occurred on August 16–17, 1987. As per definition, channeling is a form of communication between humans and angelic beings, nature spirits, non-physical entities.

Having attended EDC twice now as well as several local 1-2 day festivals in the Phoenix area, having experienced the blissful states after a few drops of the dance set,  we can definitely see a very strong correlation between going to church and going to a festival or show. If you replace church with festival and pastor with DJ (lyrics with song), the congregation with PLUR folks, and consider the upbeat feelings we have after a festival, then there must be something in the music that has an impact like the channeled words of a pastor.

There are certain songs which trigger highly emotional states in us, laughter and sometimes tears. Some of the lyrics are as deep as that of old worship hymns but use modern language that people nowadays can actually comprehend. The messages of some of these songs are so deep, it makes us wonder how much the universe has pitched into the lyric content. Because of this generation’s deeper insight into the ‘universe’, the openness that is mentioned in songs such as “Open Heart” by Morgan Page could point to DJs who combines the words with a beautiful melody promoting a mental state of peace which cannot be shaken for days to come which has divine origin and support, what your divinity might be.

Our divinity is the experience of bliss itself during a set. We believe a universal religion or belief system is impossible on this planet, but a universal experience of joy, peace and happiness is not only possible but a must to get Earth back on track.

The importance of music in Religion and Mysticism

Certain classical music (Bach, Mozart, Beethoven etc., ) is referenced as having divine qualities through its ability to stir up emotions. The reason for this is the length of the music allowing repetition to further infiltrate the mind. DJ sets, live sets or weekly podcasts, are at the minimum 60 minutes long, allowing the mind to expand its peace and joy. Frank Liszt wrote about the famous classical piece die Walküre: “Great works should be embraced by the entire body and soul, form and thought, spirit and life. One ought not carp at Wagner for his lengths – “It’s better to expand one’s scale to his than to trying to lower the music to one’s own frame of reference”. Listz was not religious.

Rabbi Abraham Abulafia (1240-1291), founder of ecstatic Kabbalah, describes the ecstatic experience as follows: “The proof that song indicates the degree of prophecy is that it is the way of song to make the heart happy by means of tune, as it is said: “And when the minstrel played, the spirit of the Lord came upon him” [2 Kings 3:15], for prophecy does not dwell in him [unless there is] joy. (1)

Kabbalists in the 15th century in Safed, up in the mountains away from the Sea of Galilee, were known to have vines on their hair, dressed in white robes and dancing to music every day for hours! The music brought such incredible feelings of joy that it had the ability to induce prophetic speech.

The best example we think is from the Christian New Testament called the Song of Songs. These verses are Love, the lover and the beloved, God sings to his son Christ, who in return sings a song of thanks back to the father, endless is the melody.

When looking at divine expressions revealed to mankind, it never came as Light, but rather as sound. In the beginning was The Word, and most of you have heard about the sacred OM sound for Buddhists, the Sufis in Islam that are dancing to a certain repetitive sound, closing their eyes and literally spin for  5 minutes, opening their eyes and are then able to walk straight.

Our  personal experience is that when given over to the NOW, the music, any thought that we send out which contains the request for a solution, is returned with ideas that would not have been easily thought of, but are brilliant. As soon as we depart from the Now, the set ends, the brilliant idea slowly fades from the mind with a loss of appeal from  its brilliance. This makes us think: Why do ever stop dancing?

We all are vibrating at certain frequencies, some of them lost (pun intended). We hear what we like and that becomes our favorite sub genre(s).

Cosmic EDM -Examples of lyrics not from this planet

For us, Cosmic EDM is inspired lyrics and music, transmitted through the DJ as a medium of higher communication, uplifting the audience to a state of bliss for days to come. These lyrics, combined with just the right combination of sounds, have the capacity to impact listeners to such a degree that allows Love to flow through them in a form of energy that is uplifting instead of separating.

Here are some examples of deep lyrics:

Cosmic Gate: Going Home

We’ve been searching for so long,
To find the place where we could belong,
we always dreamed of better things to come
and turned our faces towards the sun,
we follow the light that we see in the dark,
keep on going till it catches spark,
I believe there’s a change to come,
we never know if we never run
And all signs are surfacing now again on your mind more

 Don’t turn around we’re going one way,
the time is right we’re going home,
And now you’re in my mind always,
forever young, and forever on 

There’s a distance to go from here,
there’s never the weight of the world we fear,
I’ll be with you and right beside,
ever wrong and through the night

 And all signs are surfacing now again on your mind more
Don’t turn around we’re going one way,
the time is right we’re going home,
And now you’re in my mind always, forever young, and forever on

Don’t turn around we’re going one way,
the time is right we’re going home,
And now you’re in my mind always,
forever young, and forever on

Don’t turn around we’re going one way,
the time is right we’re going home,
And now you’re in my mind always,
forever young, and forever on
Writer(s): Anthony Hewitt, Emma Hewitt, Claus Terhoeven

Without exception, this song is the one which hits me the most.

There is a place that we call home, but we have forgotten where it is, how to get there, and even who we are. We are wanderers in the seeming endless space of the universe, uncertain what our ultimate purpose is.

There is in uneasiness in all of us that can never be quite erased. There is a squeezing feeling that we not earth children, but seem to wander in a universe that appears cold and uninhabitable. Somehow, this new generation has a built-in sensor that allows them to understand that this is not the life we used to have, in our native home. How can we have an urge for freedom that is unknown to us? So this longing in us must have a past associated with it that we are simply not remembering. We cannot long for unknown experience, but we can only long for an experience that has some reality in our mind, but with the detail being forgotten. This state we long for is called peace of mind.

Besides Above and Beyond whose lyrics are second to none as it relates to spiritual expressions,

Axwell has a repertoire of spiritual channeled song lyrics that remind me of praise songs. Axwell’s lyrics are however advanced and direct. His remix of,  “In my Mind” clearly shows that there is knowledge that we are all in the Mind, that’s where we originated from and that is where we are always. In the Mind, one mind is in every Mind and every Mind is One.

These lyrics are self-explanatory. I won the bet against myself. The first time we heard this song, and subsequently saw the Sick Individuals at the INTL in Scottsdale, I had no doubt that Axwell had his writing hands in this. No one other than Axwell can play music that more closely resemble worship hymns.

The lyrics of many Axwell songs are today’s version of praise songs throughout several major religions.

Sick Individuals & Axwell ft. Taylr Renee – I Am

On your feet my friend
Run, they’re closing in
Follow me for protection (for protection)
Keeping you safe from destruction
I am the one who’s sent to save you
I can replenish what they’ve taken from you
The one who’s sent to save you

 On your feet my friend
Run, they’re closing in
I am the one who’s sent to save you
I can replenish what they’ve taken from you

 The one who’s sent to save you
I am the one who’s sent to save you
I can replenish what they’ve taken from you

 

There is so much more to EDM than it appears. It makes people happy, it unites people, and it spreads the message of Love. How many people are going to EDM festivals every year? Millions. It gives Millions of people the peace of mind they are looking for.

We wholeheartedly believe that there is just one reason for us to have this human experience, and it is to be happy! What keeps us from being happy? We will answer this question in another post. But to give you a hint: It is guilt that prevents us from always being happy and we are projecting our guilt unto not only others but also to our body which ages in the same relation to our guilt.

Until we publish about what keeps up bound in this existence, until then we do what makes us happy:  let’s dance!

We would do “anything” to be able to go from festival to festival, work in some capacity, and then dance our heart(s) out!

Can you recommend a summer festival?

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So far this 61 year young couple went twice to EDC Las Vegas and we had the best time of our lives. It’s a three day festival from dusk to dawn, starting at 7pm with the last DJ  opening  up around 5am and is usually a top one. Last year the last one we saw was Dash Berlin and this year it was Galantis.

Exit EDC
There were 14 stages, several big stages such as Kinetic Field, where headliners play, and Circuit Ground with  headliners and upcoming top DJs.

All major sub genres have their chance to play for an hour of their set to about 120,000 people nightly. It’s a very peaceful gathering of a lot of people who are all happy, joyful and having fun!

We, being a little older than the average age you will find there (21+), felt safe, as well as accepted, so much that we decided to check out more EDM festivals next year.

The ride to the raceway in North Las Vegas takes about 30 minutes with their shuttle system if you stay at a hotel in the downtown area. We heard, however, that others staying on the strip  had a couple of hours until the busses reached the festival grounds.

The prices of hotels however are higher during the week prior to EDC since many of the DJs are playing during the day in  at various beach clubs along the strip. If possible, next year we will arrive sooner in Vegas and include some shows before hitting the festival itself.  We did see Steve Aoki a day after EDC ended, we obviously had not had enough at that time.

The early bird prices are sold out quickly and the additional tax LV adds makes it a $400 ticket price, well worth it!

Also a good value is to get a water bottle for $20 which can be refilled as many times as you want! It’s the desert and if you watch some YouTube videos of the event, you can see a big red sign to the left of the DJ that tells the temperature and the local time. In the EDC video of MakJ, it was still 97 degrees and that  was early evening.  By the way, we can be viewed on that video, not on purpose, at exactly 46 minutes into that set on the lower left hand side. LOL.It’s 70 degrees during the night with very little humidity, which is actually quite comfortable.

There are plenty of bathrooms available and areas where you can just relax. The decorations are spectacular, to say the least, with lots of neon, bright colors everywhere!

We don’t take drugs or even drink alcohol so we can’t comment on those accommodations, but we can  recommend EDC because this is, so far, the only real big festival we’ve attended, but hopefully this will change. We want to contact sponsors of these events and will offer our services to them so please keep your fingers crossed as anything in this field would be our dream job.

We are older, almost considered elderly, and that should give parents the relief that these gatherings are peaceful and loving. No one can prevent if someone gets injured,overdoses, or even dies.  This is very sad but those are personal decisions and should not be projected onto the festivals and their organizers. All  are doing the best they can, which includes the LVPD, all of which did a great job!

Out hats are off  to the founder of EDC. His vision was out of this world, bringing love, peace and happiness, raising vibrational patterns which is so very needed in a world that loves to hate and hates to love. For three days, you can enjoy love and being loved.

Hope this helped!

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We are One

We are One!

The terms We are One, One Love, Oneness and Unity were music to our mental ears when attending our first electronic music festival ever at age 60 and 57 at EDC in Las Vegas. And over the following three nights this was exactly what we experienced.

The music by itself can put us within a few seconds from misery to bliss by letting go and let the music take us each hour or so, with every DJ, on a different journey, one we experience as the removal of mental barriers of happiness, which includes all thoughts that in any shape or form related to the past, or the future, and what remains is the Beautiful Now.

Often did we ask ourselves what each of the festival attendee understanding is of “We Are One”. I always like to ask each person what do you mean? The most common answer is that we are all connected and that all of us want what the acronym PLUR stands for. Peace, Love, Unity and Respect. Some say PLUR is a movement, a life style, some say it alive, others say it’s dead.

PLUR is not dead. It is alive in every person that has open heart and decides that peace, love, unity and respect are part of her or his dealings with others. Let’s tie PLUR to a Oneness concept that is all encompassing.

Let’s start with Love. Love for us is not a concept, it is Reality. How can Love be Reality with all the fighting in the world, with all its conflicts?

Love is One. It is absolute and has no opposite. It also has to be 100% Love and cannot contain anything that is not loving, otherwise Love’s meaning is lost. If we would not perceive anything but Love we would feel peaceful, no doubt about that.

Peace can only exist in a mind where Love has entered and made a home for itself. What is there to fear when we have nothing but love inside of us? Nothing!

Unity is the outcome of Love which provides us with a peace of Mind. Respect though is different. It becomes a pre-requisite for Love to enter and stay in ones mind. Respecting others for whatever they might think differently to ones own belief means to not judge anything that is perceived as external to oneself, because if a person judges, the bar is set and limit is imposed on what is acceptable and what is not, and regardless of the boundaries of acceptability, fear will sooner or later arise because Love was limited.

We have to respect and accept everything and everyone because it is judgment with its many forms that interrupt the flow of Love, its positive vibrations are being shut off at the moment an unloving thought crosses the mirror of the mind. Regardless of the severity of the act we are judging, in someone else or us, it will inevitably cut off the supply of Love and its seeming opposite raises its ugly head.. We can call it anger, upset, disappointment, hate, etc. all of them are expression of fear, ultimately the fear that Love has abandoned us or that we have abandoned love.

In the end we actually think we are upset about what robbed us our peace, not realizing that we really have gotten upset about losing Love, being jolted out of the Now.

Love has to be extended, not interrupted. Music is the perfect way to illustrate extensions vs. interruptions. Let’s take Tiesto’s Secret. The song has a certain melody and certain lyrics. Don Diablo and Diplo decided to take the same melody and lyrics but changed the rhythm to be closer to their style. Folks who would not have listened to Tiesto will be able to hear it because they love Diplo’s style. So the reach of the song has increased and bottom line it has brought joy to more people as if the song was only published by Tiesto. This is extending.

 

Extending Love will increase your vibrational patterns that are in unison with other like minded and that is the reason why we are High on the festival for even some time after the festival ended because the vibrations are stored in our memory banks like food that slowly is getting processed after intake.

How do we overlook when being judged by others? Very simple, if we believe We are One, then there is nothing and nobody else, so all judgments are ultimately judgments against oneself, because there is just One Self, that has seemingly split into trillions of pieces (minds).

This remind us of the video of Galantis Runaway where it’s said that those who are looking for Love always meet themselves. That is so correct. if you feel judged, then realize it must be a part of you that you don’t want to face yet your own seeming wrong doings. Accepting what appears unacceptable is the way out of these uncomfortable feelings we call guilt. Overlooking errors in others shows that we have relinquished the guilt we carried around for doing similar transgressions.

 

Love is One. We are One. So we must be Love, but have forgotten!

Here is our ONE Playlist! Dance and Enjoy!