This peaceful Relaxation-Trance Music flows with a gentle shamanic spirit inviting us into the heart of being. Prayerful flute melodies, relaxed heartbeat drumming and chants are leading us on a magical journey. Shamanic Dream II is a pure Relaxation-Trance Symphony and nourishment for the soul.This music is perfect for Relaxation, Massage, Meditation and the Healing Arts.
A relaxed heartbeat drum rhythm accompanied by the sacred mantra "So be it" draws the listener deep into the healing power of Mother Earth. Ethereal and mystical sounds on the second track Chakra Journey vitalize and harmonize the subtle energy centers of the body. This CD is rarely out of our CD player, and it accompanies us with every massage therapy and meditation session.
For us, Bluetech needs no introduction; they are one of our all-time favorite "bands." Personally, my two "traveling" staples have always been Magic Sound Fabric and Bluetech, and now it's become a personal endeavor for us as well: Evan is an incredibly unique individual who's thinking and vision we hold in high regard. His music is a perfect reflection of that unique perspective his has for the world around him, and the organic, soothing nature of his music is a perfect reflection.
As Somnia says: "Bluetech returns with his first new material since 2005. After splitting his musical expression into multiple aliases, phoenix rising marks his return to eclectic, ecstatic, and emotional electronic music, and exists as a precursor to an expansive album entitled the divine invasion coming early 2009 on aleph zero records. It's music incubated in dreams, flows of energy from ancestral sources, the shape of the wind."
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Karunesh continues his explorations of spirituality and Asian mysticism with his third release. The multi-instrumentalists flair for melodies that are lightly rhythmic, a tad melancholic and focused on Asian instruments like bansuri flute, tabla and Indian violin once again in showcased with this album of dreamy sonorities. The album is meant to create an atmosphere conducive to stillness and meditative healing practices. To that end, it definitely makes you want to sit back, relax and ponder your spirituality for about 50 minutes. The overall sound and feel of the album is very similar to what you've heard on his previous albums for Real Music; no surprises here, just quality meditation music.
As the artist says: With this album, I wanted to focus on the essence of melody and expose it in a raw form through the electronic medium. The source of the main melodies came from repetitive hooks I found myself sporadically singing or humming during day to day business. Think of the joyful tunes whistled during a walk. These melodic mantras seem to pop up out of nowhere and go on repeating forever.
When I'd notice this, I'd hang onto the melody until I could get to the studio and bang it out, no matter how obvious or straightforward it was. Once the main melodies and inflections were out, I could carefully construct an audio bedding for them and see where it led. from a larger perspective, I felt that the search for these melodies was similar to unearthing subconscious archetypes that drive reality. The process was like discovering an ever-flowing undercurrent of reality that can be translated directly into melody.
in this case, it felt that the source of them all must absolutely be love.” - kilowatts
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Surprisingly powerful and extremely moving, THE PRAYER CYCLE from Jonathan Elias is an album of harmonic voices singing in unison of the joy and pain that exists in our world. The album consists of nine movements, each fleshed out by the lush baroque instrumentation of the English Chamber Orchestra. The album's main attraction, however, is the vocals. Quite the diverse line-up, the album features Alanis Morissette singing in Hungarian and French, Malian singer Salif Keita, late superstars Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Ofra Haza, Linda Ronstadt, the beautiful sounds of the American Boy Choir and many others. Despite the marquee names, nobody grandstands on this album - it's a group effort, a choral work for the new millennium that conveys passionate spirituality without focusing on any particular religion.
If you are interested in the faithful, ambient sounds of Tibetan singing bowls with gongs and wind chimes, "Seven Metals", by Benjamin Iobst should interest the serious collector. The music is perfect for meditation, deep relaxation, Yoga, massage, and for creating a spiritual, healthful atmosphere. It is noteworthy the Bowls on "Seven Metals" produce remarkable sounds that drift into the heart of the listener, without electronic enhancement, blending together creating an enhanced listening and relaxing experience.
Composed for use in an environment where Reiki healing is being practiced, REIKI OFFERING features exactly one hour of sublime, flowing atmospheres that naturally put the mind and body at ease. Multi-instrumentalists Shastro and Nadama are the artists behind this powerfully soothing music. Together they weave the subtle sounds of flute, piano, guitar, ethereal keyboard textures and oscillating synthesizer moods to create a space of peace and introspection. The album's 60 minute running time, coupled with the use of bell chimes at three-minute intervals, makes the music ideal for session use. Close your eyes; let the waves of cleansing music wash over you. After listening for a few minutes, you'll understand why this is such a perfect album for the healing arts.
As the name implies, THUNDERSTORM IN THE WILDERNESS offers the sonic experience of witnessing a passing storm. The album features various sorts of wildlife, including loons, birds, frogs and other arboreal creatures chattering in the foreground. Soon a slow, steady rain begins to fall. The forest creatures grow quiet as the air fills with tension caused by the impending storm. A light thunder rumbles in the distance and before long, you are listening to one of nature's most replenishing acts - a mild thunderstorm. When it passes, the wildlife resumes its clatter and life continues on as if nothing happened at all. This particular thunderstorm recording was captured by Dan Gibson and is part of the "Solitudes" series.
TRAVELLING THE SACRED SOUND CURRENT is an album that explores the connection between sound and health, designed to accompany the book of the same name by vibrational healer Deborah Van Dyke's project Crystal Voices. The album offers nine meditations which incorporate crystal bowls, drums, gongs, natural sounds, synthesized ambience and Sanskrit chants into a gently flowing sound. This is highly centering music that helps the listener reduce stress and enter a higher state of consciousness. Those familiar with Van Dyke's previous works will want to pay special attention to the concluding track, a 20-minute crystal bowl meditation.
Long-awaited and highly anticipated, IN THE GARDEN OF SOULS is another rewarding release from the extraordinary duo Vas. A uniquely stirring musical experience, the album resonates with spiritual ambience and exotic melody. It is an exquisite tapestry woven from Azam Ali's stunning vocal textures and Greg Ellis' percussion genius. Hammered dulcimer, udu, tabla, dumbek, frame drum, keyboards and more combine with harmonic voice to create the eleven otherworldly tracks.
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