I behold you beautiful oneI behold you child of the earth and sunLet my love wash over youLet my love watch over you
My favorite song ever!
I love this song. Is it on a CD somewhere that I can purchase?
not that I am aware of.. Aimee though (http://www.aimeeringle.com/) might know, as she plays a big part in the Angel Walk @ Singing Alive . . .
This brought tears to my eyes as I relived the Angel Wash at the Fairie and Human Relations Congress. So happy to find the tune on your website because i could not remember it all!
I am a RN and student midwife at a birth center and I am going to sing this song to all the new babies, beloved souls, from now on! GRATITUDE*GRATITUDE*GRATITUDE*
Hi Beauties ~ Wonderful to find this thread connected to the Angel Wash!
First, until I reach Morgan (or Xen?) to find out how to correct it on this page, I just want to leave the correct lyrics here…the second line is “I behold you, child of the earth and sun” the last line is “Let my love watch over you” 🙂
Secondly, Aimee Ringle and I have recorded the song (maybe it’ll be on the album we’ve been creating!)…but for now we’d be happy to send it along if someone wants that version.
For the record, the lyrics and original ritual were created by a very special healer/chiropractor that Safir knew…she brought it to Fairy Congress in eastern WA, and in 2010 she asked Aimee R and I to set the words to a new tune…we sat in the beautiful fairy ring and opened ourselves to what song wanted to come through…that’s how this version began!
Blessings to all in Kauai who are moving ever more light beings and beloved souls through this passage of union and love.
I first experienced this song on Lopez Island WA in 1997. I believe it was written by a brilliant musician.. Rafe Pearlman. If you do not know his music, a sacred blessing awaits!
I sent Saphir Lewis a Facebook message asking about this, and here’s what she says: “The lyrics are written by Rafe Pearlman and I, the melody by the Aimees and the process may have come from Dr. Epstein, but that we don’t know for sure. It’s now being used in hospice, and sung in choirs as well as its common use at events of all kinds, far more than just festivals.”
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