It’s 2013, a new year to dream, imagine, and let go of fear of adventure to voyage into the eye of the storm.  Allow a flood of wisdom to summon legions of invisible helpers to fight your stormy battles, and weave abundance into your life.

Light a candle and ride the Eternal OM of Universal goodness and mercy.  Rejoice and expect a new beginning.



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Virgil Reading the Aeneid to Augustus, Octavia, and Livia by Jean-Baptiste Wicar

Publius Vergillus Maro known as Virgil was an ancient Roman poet of the Augustan period.  He is traditionally ranked as one of Rome’s greatest poets, and known for three major works of Latin literature.  The Eclogues or Bucolics, the Georgics, and the epic Aeneid.

The Aeneid is modeled after Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, and follows the Trojan Aeneas’ exile as he struggles to fulfill his destiny and arrive on the shores of Italy, to become the founder of Rome.

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The Barque of Dante by Egene Delacroix

In the poem, Divine Comedy, Virgil journeys with Dante through the vestibule of hell and purgatory depicted as nine circles of suffering located within the Earth.

Who better to travel through Hell with you than a poet?  Poets reach into the deeper realms of suffering to retrieve the inner depths of the divine world.

Who would you choose to accompany you on your earthly journey?




Kabir was a 15th Century Indian Poet, and mystic from the ancient movement Bhakti that swept across India as rebellion against religious orthodoxy and caste distinctions.  The movement propagated peace, harmony and love.

The name Kabir comes from the Arabic “al-Kabir,” which means “The Great” – the 37th name of God in Islam.

Kabir left a body of poetical work available today in several dialects.

Enjoy the poetic rhythm of Business Class Refugees.  A collaborative cross-cultural, and global effort of meditative perfection and spiritual vocals inspired by the poetry and songs of Kabir.

Relax and experience a deeper understanding of the cultural search for higher ground!