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Mystical Awakenings

by Garry Gust

Mystical Awakenings an album of both instrumental and vocal songs.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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1. The Path
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2. You're Not Alone
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3. Miles to Go Before I Sleep
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4. Simple Little Dreams
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5. Spring Equinox
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6. God of My Heart
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7. Tribulations Dismissed
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8. Dreams of Ramara
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
I wrote these eight songs during the decades in my studies of the
Rosicrucian teachings.

The Path - helped define the spiritual goals I wanted from the studies. I imagined
a long lonely path. Each side of the path was covered with bushes from which I
could pick the fruits of knowledge according to my hunger.

You’re Not Alone - this song was inspired by the Spiritual Masters of the Universe.

Miles To Go Before I Sleep – the study of Mysticism is a lifelong endeavor. Robert
Frost’s poem, “Stopping By The Woods on a Snowy Evening” gave rise to the writing
of this music.

Simple Little Dreams – is about the clarity that came from the Rosicrucian teachings.

Spring Equinox – the hours of the Equinox are a great transitional period in the time of our life’s cycle. Like the turning of an hourglass.

God Of My Heart – this is not a religious song; it’s a self acknowledgement of an
imperceptible, but logical, higher power.

Tribulations Dismissed – I leave the meaning of this song to you.

Dreams of Ramara – this song culminates most all I’ve learned from the Rosicrucian
teachings, and so I consider it my masterpiece.


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