Deborah Eckman

Author Deborah Eckman is a singer/songwriter and actress when the wind is blowing in the right direction. She is a founder member of the Sahaja Yoga theatre company -Theatre of Eternal Values - and has also been lucky enough to spend time in India studying Indian Classical Singing at the PK Salve Academy of Fine Arts. As none of these activities earn her much of a living, she also has to work sometimes, but tries very hard not to! She loves movies, music, animals & travelling, preferably out of England during winter.

Posts by Deborah Eckman

Share…AUSTRALIA This ancient land was the first You created And how proud of Your angels you must have been As they sang its beauty into being. Every twist and turn Every view and vista is a masterpiece of design, Leaving the onlooker breathless with wonder, And all it took was the blink of Your eye. […]

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Share…Down the ages, music has always been food for the soul. The Australian aborigines allegedly say that ‘Music is your soul speaking… it is the voice of our planet communicating to the universe’. Shakespeare wrote as the 1st line of Twelfth Night, “If music be the food of love, play on”, and Mahatma Gandhi put […]

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Share…Jerusalem is a new interpretation of William Blake’s classic poem by UK based singer/songwriter and artist, Deborah Eckman, using her own original music and artwork. This video is in honor of the anniversary of his birth on 28th November and the recording was from a live performance given in 2012. Share…

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In England, our most famous angelic spokesman was the poet, painter and prophet William Blake, who was born 28th November, 1757. From his early childhood, he saw visions of angels and spoke with the spirits of great personalities from ancient times. His deceased younger brother, Robert, became Blake’s ‘spirit guide’ and inspiration for him throughout his life and there are hundreds, if not thousands of references to angels throughout his works…

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In Biblical times, those who saw manifestations of God or who heard the word of God were seen as great prophets and leaders. It was a common occurrence to be visited by an angel or have wisdom imparted to you through such means as a burning bush, but somehow down the ages, this started to be thought of as heresy or witchcraft, or even madness…

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The vibrations we give and receive are such an amazing tool to our wellbeing and understanding of the way the universe works. Scientific research has proved that animals can communicate through vibrational frequencies undetectable to the human ear…

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And in that silence before the Dawn of a new day
We bow down before You – And know that Your Hand guides everything – And Your Eyes see everything – And whether good or bad – There is meaning to it all. A poem by D.Eckman.

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We often forget that we can be “in the moment” at very unlikely times and just not realise it. I suppose the ultimate lesson for being “in the moment” is to witness a child or an animal at play. Their innocence and spontaneity is something we should all try to emulate as often as possible…

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