Everything Is Possible Beyond The Invisible

There is a bright invisible thread that has run through my life through-out the years.

It has given a bold richness to the brightest of times & soothed my soul in the darkest of times. It was a happy dancing presence in my daily life.

That presence is MUSIC.

All kinds of music. My taste in music is rather….eclectic. Unique. At times, bizarre in its range.

World music. Music from the 80s. Dance, electronica, techno. Rap ( but only a very select kind of rap). Opera. Classical music. Reggae. Blues. Pop. Kurtans. Good old fashioned rock & roll. Almost everything & anything, except for Country & Western. Shania Twain being the noticeable exception to that last one.

My taste has run from Les Negresses Vertes to U2. Eros Ramazotti to Kate Bush. Coldplay to Nina Simone.

And then there is one musical project closest to my heart.

The music of Enigma.

A musical creation hard to define by any genre, because it encompasses so many genres. The creative brainchild of a mysterious – one might say enigmatic – man by the name of Michael Cretu.

There are many albums from Enigma, and each one has been a new evolution in a new, completely different direction. But yet, there is a link from one to the next. Each one is a chapter in a curious story. A story that inspires, that makes one stop to think.

I´ve been following Enigma since the late 80s, early 90s.
When I first heard one their songs on their radio, I had to have the album.
But the album wasn’t even out yet in Canada.

Luckily, I happened to head out for a day in Plattsburgh, just across the border in the US, and snatched up a precious copy of MCMXC a.D., Enigma’s first album.

I brought it home like it was the most delicious & secret of treasures. And it was. It made me fall in love with Enigma, a love-affair that has continued ever since.

I wanted to share with you all one of my very favorite Enigma songs.

Beyond The Invisible has been a beacon for me.
A spiritual background to my meditation sessions.
An inspiration for my poetry & writing.

Quite simply, it makes me dream.
And I wanted to share this dream with you all today.

Above, you will see the video.

Below are the song lyrics.

This song & video are all about how everything is possible – beyond the invisible.

I hope it makes you dream, too.


Anima Blue 🙂


Enigma ~ Beyond The Invisible ~ Song Lyrics
(Michael Cretu/David David Fairstein)
I look into the mirror
See myself, I’m over me
I need space for my desires
Have to dive into my fantasies
I know as soon as I’ll arrive
Everything is possible
Cause no one has to hide
Beyond the invisible
Latvian Chant
Sajaja bramani totari ta, raitata raitata, radu ridu raitata, rota
The brave and wise men came together on horse)
Close your eyes
Just feel and realize
It is real and not a dream
I’m in you and you’re in me
It is time
To break the chains of life
If you follow you will see
What’s beyond reality
Ne irascaris Domine,
ne ultra memineris iniquitatis:
ecce civitas Sancti facta est deserta:
Sion deserta facta est:
Ierusalem desolata est:
domus sanctificationis tuae et gloriae tuae
Do not be angry Lord,
or remember iniquity forever:
behold the Holy City is a desert:
Sion is mad a desert:
Jerusalem is desolate:
the house of your holiness and glory )

1 Response to “Everything Is Possible Beyond The Invisible”

  1. 1 Oza Meilleur April 5, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    What a lovely video… and such a wonderful way to end my day (about time, too — it’s past 3:30 am!)

    Thanks for sharing your musical tastes and lifting our spirits with your posts — you’re a true inspiration.


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