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Sacred Where I Walk: Goddess Blessing Songs

by Genai

Ancient Goddess songs in a four-octave voice celebrate the life-changing power of the channeled Divine Feminine for healing, meditation, insights, ritual, dance, and ceremony.
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1. The Return of Ma, Great Mother of All
Genai Ellen Wachs
7:42 $0.99
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2. Moon Goddess Rising
Genai Ellen Wachs
6:09 $0.99
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3. Kuan Yin, Goddess of Compassion
Genai Ellen Wachs
7:29 $0.99
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4. Ana's Spring Dance
Genai Ellen Wachs
3:34 $0.99
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5. Fire Goddess at the Circle
Genai Ellen Wachs
3:40 $0.99
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6. Purple
Genai Ellen Wachs
3:44 $0.99
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7. Song for God
Genai Ellen Wachs
4:23 $0.99
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8. Tantra Weaving Heaven and Earth
Genai Ellen Wachs
7:32 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In Sacred Where I Walk the ancient melodies and rhythms of Genai’s shamanic songs recall our inner selves, our tribal natures and sense of community. We reconnect to nature. Healing moves through body, mind and spirit. Each song is sung spontaneously, received as a gift from Spirit, and recorded in one take. Even the “electronic” overtones early in the song “The Return of Ma, Great Mother of All” are my voice. The language of these songs is a universal language of light, sound, color, tones, and melodies that goes behind the mind, free of dogma, to relax and rewire our brains and nervous systems, creating peace and joy.

Many have found the album or individual songs useful for:
• Healing • Meditation • Ritual • Ceremony
• Insight • Divination • Dance • Tai Chi, Yoga

Caution: Deep relaxation and altered states may occur; please do not drive or operate machinery while listening to this album.

Genai’s Story: Making Sacred Where I Walk

Making Sacred Where I Walk began many years ago with a personal vision quest. I received a vision of Kuan Yin, the Buddhist Goddess of Compassion, and was given a mission of “helping men and women value the Divine Feminine.” After twenty-five years of study, healing experiences, and work as a professional healer, essence maker, and spirit-singer, I received a message from Spirit to create an album of four goddess songs. The first three came easily. The fourth required a five-year wait and the most intense period of personal growth I have ever had.

During these five years, I received two terminal diagnoses, stopped singing, healing, and teaching, and was given time to focus on my inner process. As I became stronger and overcame the health challenges, I felt new delight and acceptance for the ecstatic spirit songs that well from inside me. “The Return of Ma, Great Mother of All” came to me in May 2015. This is the song I had been waiting for. The dam had opened, and by July 4, 2015, five new songs were recorded for the album.

Completing an album like this requires a lot of help. My deep gratitude goes to my dear friend Carol Anderssen and Devin and Richard Wachs, my daughter and husband, whose encouragement, love, and financial support made this album possible. Special thanks to Kenneth Lovell for his technical knowledge and enthusiastic coaching through recording and production and to Devin Wachs for her commitment, precision, and artful designs.

Song Notes

“The Return of Ma, Great Goddess of All” restores the prehistoric Divine Feminine to modern times. Ma’s return refers to the rising of the Divine Feminine in today’s world. Her song offers an invitation to the power of deep feminine wisdom within.

“Ma” is the primordial and universal syllable for Mother in words, titles, and names, such as Mary and Mama. In the Middle East about 9000 years ago, a Neolithic feminine-centered spirituality created peaceful social and economic systems that valued the Divine Feminine. Also known as Cybele, Ma’s symbols are the conch shell and two lions, one walking on each side of her, showing a mastery of the waters and the sun. To learn more about the shift away from the ancient Divine Feminine, see Riane Eisler’s book The Chalice and the Blade and the recent research on the archeological finds at Çatal Hüyük, Turkey.

As the patriarchy expanded through time, the Great Mother Goddess was erased or fragmented into parts until she was forgotten. “Moon Goddess Rising,” “Kuan Yin, Goddess of Compassion,” “Ana’s Spring Dance,” and “Fire Goddess at the Circle” celebrate aspects of the Goddess still offering sensitivity, compassion, light-hearted sexuality, and creativity across cultures and continents today.

“Purple” expresses the ecstatic state or “shaking” transcendence of unity with the Divine. This kind of spiritual experience resulted in the nickname “Shakers” or “Shaking Quakers” for the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. Brought to Colonial America by Mother Ann Lee, this sect encouraged direct contact with the Divine in song, dance, art, and architecture.

“Song for God” is the love song of the Divine Mother for the Divine Father. When you listen to the opening, you may hear “Yahweh” named. This is one of the names of God in the Old Testament, Judaism, and the Kabbalistic mystical tradition. The “God-connection” is often thought of as above the head or at the crown chakra. Listeners may be surprised by a new experience of a divine connection lower and deeper in the body than they have known before.

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