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  1. Glen Velez: Breathing Rhythms

    In Breathing Rhythms, master percussionist Glen Velez offers a multilayered, interactive journey to attune listeners to the natural rhythms and energy flows of the body.

    Engaging the principles of rhythm and tone used by meditative chant and drumming traditions across the globe, these five somatic soundscapes were created to boost energy levels, encourage expansive states of well-being, and activate the 'matrix of sound' that resonates within every cell of our bodies. With cello by Eugene Friesen and gypsy pan flute by Damian Dragichi.

    $16.99
  2. Glen Velez: Rhythms Of The Chakras

    Each of the body's seven chakras is sensitive to particular tempos and sounds. Rhythms Of The Chakras is an invigorating tour through these physical energy centers, using rhythms, overtones, and harmonies that percussionist and composer Glen Velez has refined over 25 years of musical exploration.

    These seven intricate drumming compositions evoke spontaneous movements and sensations that help focus mental energy, and healing, on all the chakras. Dance and chant along, or simply listen. Rhythms Of The Chakras is both a masterpiece of percussion and a gateway to physical and mental harmony.

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  3. Golana: First Light

    First Light is a 'best of' collection from six-time Nammy (Native America Music Awards) nominee Golana, acclaimed master of the Native American flute.

    Drawn from six widely acclaimed albums of meditative and relaxing music, First Light is a stunningly beautiful evocation of the limitless restorative power of nature.
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  4. Golana: Mirror Lake

    Six-time NAMMY (Native American Music Awards) nominee, Golana, acclaimed master of the Native American flute, returns with his sixth album of meditative, nature inspired music. Ten beautiful compositions, created in the rugged mountains of Southern California, Mirror Lake is a plaintive, heartfelt evocation of the majesty of nature. Mirror Lake builds cross-over appeal by use of non-traditional accompaniment including guitar, piano and strings.
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  5. Guru Ganesha Singh: Joy Is Now

    GuruGanesha Singh and Snatam Kaur share sublime kirtan accompanied by virtuoso raag-jazz instrumentals featuring GuruGanesha's signature guitar and a stunning array of classical Indian instruments.
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  6. Gyuto Monks Of Tibet: Pure Sounds

    Pure Sounds CD by the Gyuto Monks of Tibet offers pure meditative Tibetan Buddhist Chants for yoga and meditation. The Gyuto Monks of Tibet are masters of a deep harmonic overtone chanting. The sound has been compared to the resonance of a drum or digeridoo and is believed to have a transformative effect -- removing impurities and clearing the path to enlightenment.

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  7. Gyuto Monks Tantric Choir: Tibetan Chants For World Peace

    The Tibetan Buddhist chants on this album had never been recorded until 2001, when Grateful Dead's Mickey Hart brought the Gyuto Monks Tantric Choir to his California studio to record the incredible multiphonics of their sacred rituals. The monks gave Hart permission to overdub their voices, achieving the huge sound of the 100-voice choir as one might hear at their mountain monastery - with each monk's voice singing a complete, extraordinary chord.

    Gyuto Tantric University preserves one of Tibetan Buddhism's most esoteric traditions, training many young Tibetan monks in the spiritual legacy of the Gyuto order.

    All royalties from sales of this recording go to Gyuto Tantric University. In addition, as part of White Swan's Healthy Cultures, Healthy Planet series, sales also generate donations to the cultural preservation efforts of Tibet House.

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  8. Heart of the Shamans - Ceremonial Medicine Songs by Liquid Bloom

    Heart of the Shamans - Ceremonial Medicine Songs CD by Liquid Bloom with Robert Mirabal, vocalists Ixchel Prrisma, Sarah West and Rara Avis offers shamanic music with global rhythms, nature sounds and evocative vocals for healing music and yoga instrumental music. Shaman’s Eye is a unique collaboration between Amani Friend and Bente Friend. In the true spirit of musical alchemy, Amani blends his technical skills with his innate understanding of the power of sound and vibration to heal and transform. With deep reverence, he weaves the strands of pan-global percussive and melodic expressions, sacred chants, and the atmospheres of nature around the steady heartbeat of trance to inspire inner journeys. Bente's background in the healing arts includes the creative use of ecstatic trance to enrich one's daily life. Her inherent gift for guiding others to connect with their own deep wisdom and inner power blends the invisible worlds with the visible. Inspired by her work this sensual music was created to transport us into the mystical and magical realms residing within us all, and to attain the Shante Ishta--our own inner eye of compassionate vision.

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  9. Hossam Ramzy: Sabla Tolo III

    Sabla Tolo III - Advanced Journeys into Pure Egyptian Percussion - Hossam Ramzy's new rhythmic compositions of Egyptian tabla solos with full percussion arrangements for Oriental dance, spanning a wide array of Egyptian and Middle Eastern rhythms.

    Explanations to each of the pieces in four languages, with rhythms, numbers of bars, notation etc. perfect for creating beautiful dance choreographies.
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  10. In Beauty We Return By R. Carlos Nakai

    In Beauty, We Return - The Best of Nakai - 20 Years of Native American Flute Music CD by R Carlos Nakai offers the range and versatility of his work with many guest collaborations. Born in Tibet, Nawang Khechog spent his earliest years as the child of nomads. In his boyhood he first learned to play the bamboo flute, an ancient instrument popular in rural villages throughout Tibet. After the brutal subjugation of Tibet by Chinese Communists in 1949, Nawang and his family escaped to India. There he studied meditation and Buddhist philosophy, a path he followed as a monk for eleven years - four of them as a hermit. In 1986, he emigrated to Australia where he first performed, and his recordings achieved bestseller status. Nawang is best known for his collaborations with Kitaro, including a world tour and performances on Kitaro's Grammy-nominated Enchanted Evening and Mandala albums. His live performances with Philip Glass, Paul Winter, Laurie Anderson, Paul Simon, Natalie Merchant, and Baba Olatunji have received international acclaim.
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