I do not commit to the fundamentalism (rituals, symbology, and so on) of any belief system. Religions are like languages to me, and I may reference them in that manner at times.
The exception is my own customized belief system called Wavism.
The song title “A U E I O Aroha” has meaning in another belief system. If you want to know what “A U E I O Aroha” means, I found it using a search for “aueio aroha”, but left it out for brevity here.
This song is basically about divine love.
As reality is whatever happens, which is 100% powerful, reality is the all-powerful being, demonstrably speaking.
Reality in effect does not care about being deified. Reality only in effect cares about its flawless stability, which is synonymous with itself (reality is purely balanced energy).
Worshiping reality does not change that. And as none of us within reality can even slightly deviate from actuality, we unavoidably serve that stability anyway (whether we want to, or not).
There are three fundamental perspectives of reality in Wavism; positive, negative, and balance.
While we can celebrate reality during positive experiences, meditate during balance, the negative perspective necessitates responsibly venting anger at reality itself.
Being whatever happens, reality is objectively accountable for all occurrences — obviously including the brutally sharply negative outcomes that sometimes terribly infuriate us due to the horrific and sometimes seemingly never-ending injustice.
Would you want to vent your anger at a deity, upon believing in that deity? I assume not.
So Wavists never embrace divinity, but still respect reality’s perfect power.
Freely read more about Wavism at the corresponding page of this journal. As a wonderfully simple and genuinely purely sensible belief system with an extremely flexible fundamentalism, its explanation is not very long, and it may really benefit your life too.
For your restful mind upon listening to a spacemix, I typically use low-volume effects to form a soft mental shelf to rest your mind upon. Gentle modulations of similarly low-volume effects serve to massage your mind simultaneously. I also meticulously fine tune the bass of the mix to vibrate a nice sensation in your body.
That technique fits beautifully with this restful song, so you may choose to revisit it for a casual healing effect at times.
If spacemixing becomes sufficiently popularized to be worth the effort (we are thankfully heading in that direction), my hope is a feasible way to give this spacemix to the song owner for optional publishing preferably for their financial benefit and our improved access (e.g. Spotify availability, and so on).
If you want to experience the non-spacemixed version of this beautiful mantra, then here it conveniently is for you…
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