David Zeller | Path of the Heart

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Path of the Heart

by David Zeller

Chants and Songs from multiple traditions, for uplifting your Soul. 17 beautiful chants from various spiritual traditions. Including: native American, Sufi, Indian, and Jewish traditions. Melodies that you may sing while walking the path of the heart.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Listen Listen Listen
5:18 $0.99
2. Shalom
3:31 album only
3. 'Tis the Gift
2:23 $0.99
4. Spirit Is Around Us
3:42 $0.99
5. From You I Receive
2:10 $0.99
6. You Are a Blessing of the Universe
2:38 $0.99
7. Love Is the Only Power
3:06 $0.99
8. God of Beauty
3:44 $0.99
9. Return Again
4:54 album only
10. Sometimes It’s Easy
2:28 $0.99
11. It's a Joy to Get to Know You
3:59 $0.99
12. This Too Shall Pass
4:18 album only
13. A Chassidic Melody
4:58 $0.99
14. Oh Go in Beauty
2:55 $0.99
15. I Circle Around
3:25 $0.99
16. The Blessing Song
6:23 $0.99
17. Why Oh Why
0:52 $0.99
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Album Notes
This is David's first album, recorded back in the 1970's, and remastered in 2008.
Includes a colorful booklet, with words and explanations.

Rabbi David Zeller is an internationally known singer, teacher and counselor. He was a pioneer in Jewish spirituality, meditation and transpersonal psychology, and a director of Shevet: Center for Jewish Spirituality and Meditation, at Yakar, in Jerusalem. Living in Israel, heartspace between East and West, David wove together heart and mind, inner and outer, spiritual and material, theoretical and experiential, orthodox and pluralistic into a colorful and creative fabric.

In Israel, David had led weekend retreats in Jewish Meditation. He was also founder of "Shirat Shlomo", better known as "The Happy Minyan", in Efrat, where people come to pray with joyous singing and dancing in the style of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. Throughout the years he taught in varipus religious programs, including: The Israel Center, IsraLight, Shuva, Bruria, WUJS, Ascent and Livnot, and in alternative health programs and conferences such as Reidman Center for Complimentary Medicine, alternative health, yoga and meditation groups, concerts and festivals. He was on the board of the San Francisco Federation in Israel. He also did private counseling and consulting. During his Last two years he worked in various spiritual care (chaplaincy) programs.

In North America, in the psychological/spiritual community, he had led workshops since 1972 in New York at the Open Center and Omega Institute, Boston's Interface, Associations of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology, American Psychological Association, at various Jungian institutes, Yoga centers, Sufi conferences, inter-faith gatherings and universities throughout the continent. In the Jewish world, he had taught at Federations, JCC's, Hillel's, synagogues of all denominations, for Etz Chaim in Baltimore; Aish HaTorah in Detroit; the Chabad Renaissance Fair in New Jersey; Chochmat HaLev in Berkeley; Metivta and the Academy for Jewish Religion, in Los Angeles; and the Carlebach Shul, Bnei Jeshurun and Elat Chayyim in New York. He connected regularly with many Jewish Renewal Communities and new Happy Minyans in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boulder, Boston, Miami, New York and more, and with private groups in Canada, Mexico and the U.S.
In Europe, David had been guest teacher/rabbi at Yakar in London; at Limmud, the largest annual Jewish Educational Conference in Europe (held in England); at Sufi and Taoist gatherings in Switzerland; and Jewish Communities in Graz.

Former associate director and professor at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology from 1975 (an accredited doctoral program in California); he founded the Network of Conscious Judaism in 1980, for the integration and dissemination of Jewish teachings and practices in psychology, mysticism and meditation. He was a student of R' Shlomo Carlebach and of Reb Gedaliah Kenig of Breslov.

David produced cassette tapes and CDs of healing, relaxing, and meditative songs: Path of the Heart, Ruach, Let Go, Goodnight My Sweetest Children, and Aliveness. He has several teaching tapes on Jewish mysticism, and meditation, as well as 2 teaching tape sets: The Tree of Life, and the Stories of Rebbe Nachman.

David wrote a book (www.davidzeller.org/book) describing his meetings with remarkable people and spiritual teachers around the globe, which has been translated into Hebrew as well, in 2008.

On May 25th, 2007 (8th of Sivan 5767) Rabbi David Zeller passed away, after battling a rare blood disorder for about a year.



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Traditional folk album filled with inspiring songs of love and spirituality
“Path of the Heart” is the remastered version of Rabbi David Zeller’s debut, first released in the ‘70s, and a multifaceted album filled with inspiring songs of love and spirituality. Zeller breeches different cultures, languages, and types of song to deliver seventeen heartfelt, sentimental, and uplifting tracks that are sure to touch your heart. This release is well-produced, and its remastery assures the best listening experience of these songs. “Path of the Heart” is primarily a traditional folk album, with Zeller’s soft tenor voice delivering thought-provoking and touching lyrics. The songs are happy, spiritual, and in touch with nature. Some highlights include “’Tis the Gift,” “I Circle Around,” and “Sometimes It’s Easy,” a song about laughing, happiness, and life’s struggles, with a memorable chorus: “Everybody’s got to have them some happy’s.” The Rabbi also digs into the Judaic musical repertoire with the simple and beautiful “Shalom” and “A Chassidic Melody.” What’s more, Zeller opens the album with some beautiful Native American flute work on the track “Listen Listen Listen.” Other songs are more hymn-lenient, but they all share the qualities of having come straight from Zeller’s heart. Fans of spiritual traditional folk should definitely pick up “Path of the Heart.”