Casino milieu, loads of money, violence - and a surprisingly profound spiritual message in this 2005 masterpiece by Guy Ritchie.
Bob Dylan: Abandoned Love – Relationship and Spiritual Process
I count Bob Dylan's Abandoned Love among his love songs that invite to a spiritual perspective. The love to be abandoned may be earthly ties and the ego.
Bob Dylan’s Changing of the Guards: Interpretation as a Video
Many people have stated they love the song, but find it very hard to make sense of the lyrics. We look at them from the perspective of a fallen soul seeking the path of salvation.
Bob Dylan: Changing of the Guards (Patti Smith)
A lyrical masterpiece supporting a variety of interpretations, we look at the song from the perspective of a fallen soul seeking the path of salvation.
Cat Stevens: The First Cut Is The Deepest (Sheryl Crow, Rod Stewart)
This song may be catchy partly because it relates to a deep level of the soul: the initial separation from the field of unity. On the way back we may be confronted with wounds from the past.
Leonard Cohen: Ballad of the Absent Mare
Cohen's Ballad of the Absent Mare is the most spiritual rock and pop song I have encountered because it describes the full path rather than certain aspects.
Bob Dylan: Saving Grace
Dylan's song about death and grace may hint at a maturing spirit-soul that leads to a renewed state of being.
Surrender your Ego: Queen, Innuendo
Queen's Innuendo describes the fallen state of man and expresses a longing to overcome this state and the ego. The perspective on time may be a key to freedom.