Steve Price | Arrows of Love: A New Version of the Bhagavad Gita

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Arrows of Love: A New Version of the Bhagavad Gita

by Steve Price

A modern rendition of the epic yogic poem, emphasizing love over war.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Intro / Chapter 1 - Cupid's Nightmare
2:39 album only
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2. Chapter 2 - No Reason to Sulk
8:08 album only
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3. Chapter 3 - Forget It All and Love
5:00 album only
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4. Chapter 4 - This Medicine Is Nothing New
5:49 album only
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5. Chapter 5 - Arrows Aren't Boomerangs
3:34 album only
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6. Chapter 6 - Sit Alone on Fresh Grass
4:45 album only
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7. Chapter 7 - The String for All the World's Pearls
3:49 album only
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8. Chapter 8 - The Love of No Return
3:56 album only
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9. Chapter 9 - The Fire and the Hiss
3:45 album only
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10. Chapter 10 - The Silence After Silence
6:30 album only
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11. Chapter 11 - All the Universes Wobble
8:55 album only
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12. Chapter 12 - Feed Love All the Hearts
2:58 album only
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13. Chapter 13 - Love Doesn't Need to Do Anything
5:17 album only
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14. Chapter 14 - The Three Forces of Nature
3:25 album only
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15. Chapter 15 - Enjoy the Show
3:15 album only
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16. Chapter 16 - Haters Need Our Love
3:57 album only
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17. Chapter 17 - Light, Hyperactive and Heavy Lovers
4:35 album only
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18. Chapter 18 - Cupid Wakes Up
11:22 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In this modern version of the epic poem on yoga, Cupid replaces Arjuna and Freud replaces Krishna. The result? A wild love poem that explores what it means to live authentically, fearlessly, lovingly, and wholeheartedly. Regardless of the listener's familiarity with the Bhagavad Gita, the teachings presented are as relevant now as they were thousands of years ago.

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