The Underground Garden: In The Beginning


SEED (Soul Enters Every Dancer) Recordings celebrates 10 years of its depth with its latest release 10 YEARS DEEP exclusively on Traxsource!

I have the great pleasure of working with SEED owner and DJ/Producer Bradford James on various projects and am honored that In The Beginning produced by Bradford and Trinidadian Deep is featured on this compilation!

IN THE BEGINNING is my Prayer and I am fortunate to share it in word, song and movement. I thank Boston based DJ/Producer Mizont for featuring In the Beginning on his latest mix, Know Pressure.

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Because LOVE.
In the beginning
Connection was made
Minds were impacted
Souls grew awake

Warriors were trained with the knowledge that they gained
Through divination
And while bodies were in sway

Bloodlines connected families and homes
Numbers of children bathing in love’s gold

On one direction
Heading towards three
With the moon and sun’s lights guiding
Clear thinking quick as lightning

Inner peace shining living accordingly
To the beauty that you see through the sight of a gypsy

In the beginning messages were sent
Through the ancestors reaching from Heaven

Memories kept
Stories of lives told
In the Name of all that Is
The new is just the old

We are who we’ve been
We will always be them
We are who we are
Tomorrow will be us

In the beginning
The beginning that is now
I keep my Spirit aimed towards the clouds

Ever so grateful for being held on to
Lifesaving forces manifested through me and you

May this beginning be the highest of your soul
May your minds open to the dormant that it knows

May you begin to feel the essence of your breath
May you feel beautiful
Just like the rest

In the beginning
The spark that is you
Go back home children
The key is in your root.

Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.