引きこもり (feat. Aindra das) by Fudo Kazuki
“I really like it. You just wouldn’t expect. Beautiful track!” – Rianne Thompson, Amazing Radio
"It may all be based on the Hare Krishna teachings but the track itself is undeniably beautiful. Beats are slow, synth chords are soft and there’s even a bit of Knopfler-esque guitar." - Acidted
"I've titled my new track 引きこもり (jap. Hikikomori) to say that this world with all it's beauty and the rest is nothing but a prison. Sometimes we get better cells with a better view, but it's not a place for living being to be.
We travel daydreaming in our shells from born to death, switching places and bodies in this whirlpool of samsara." - Fudo Kazuki
"What does it mean to be humble? it means Sumedha Saha. Wherever you go in this world perform Nam Sankirtan. Forget all of this psychophysical business. The soul has to go back home, back to Godhead and the way that's going to happen is if the soul agrees to engage all of his psychophysical energies and his whole heart in the performance of sneha, samyukta Harinam Sankirtan.
We don’t know what’s gonna happen in the future, but right now we can take the opportunity, right now we have the facility to congregate and chant Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare…Yuga dharma doesn’t change. The next yuga is Satya Yuga and for them contemplated peaceful meditation is where it stands. But in Kali Yuga you got to get it fired up.
Chanting and dancing from the heart like you really mean it, like you really want Lord Caitanya’s mercy, so that you can even think, even hope to go back home to Godhead in this one lifetime."
- Sripad Aindra das, Varshana 2009
released October 22, 2017
All music by Fudo Kazuki
Words: H.G. Aindra das
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