The powerful message of her lyrics

Music is the most powerful way to dive into the realms of divinity hidden whithin our heart. Ana Rita Simonka portrays in her lyrics the contrast between the ordinary life and the deepest realms of the soul in a mystical poetry that flows full of symbols and messages. Depicting the sacred and the profane, the search by the meaning of life, the path of awakening, the seeking for Truth, she celebrates the ordinary man alongside the hero´s journey played by yogis, shamans, mediums and healers. She reveals a dimension where the spirituality is in the core of everyday life, and where any language can communicate the sacred as long as the message is love, faith and brotherhood. Her songs elevates the audience to a realm of enchantment where the most humble facts of life can reach a philosophical status: her poetry brings together many quotes learned from the Gospels, the Upanishads, the Buddhists texts, the mistical Sufis or even from the indigenous hymns from the Ayahuasca rituals. Suspended between Earth and Heaven, she is frequently on a dialogue with the most diverse philosophers and saints such as Rumi, Kabir, Sanay, Hafiz, Thomas Aquinas, St. Francis os Assis, Plato, Plotinus, Tagore, Dante Alighieri, the great Taoists, the Zen poets - and she has an special place to interconect with the greatest poets from Portugal that chanalled esoteric teachings such as Camões, Fernando Pessoa and Teixeira de Pascoaes, and the Brazilian Guimarães Rosa.

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