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Tibetan Meditation Music: For Quiet Mind and Peaceful Heart (CD) (New)
by Khechog, Nawang
Publisher: Sounds True
Book ID: 9781591795483, 1591795486
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Tapping into the richness of Tibet's meditation tradition, Nawang Khechog has created his most relaxing album--wholly focused on helping listeners experience inner stillness. On Tibetan Meditation Music, Nawang combines the traditional spiritual chants and songs that have been heard in Tibet for centuries with his own masterful flute compositions. The result is a soothing blend that has been embraced by many Tibetan and Korean monks, nuns, and people around the world from all walks of life--to enhance a meditative practice, or just to find a refreshing moment of pure serenity. In a unique approach on this recording, Nawang de-emphasizes rhythm and uses subtle accents of vocals, bells, percussions, and Western classical instruments to enhance the calming and spacious sound of his meditative flute and Tibetan spiritual chants.
As his most tranquil offering yet, Tibetan Meditation Music has a timeless quality that evokes the feeling of sitting on a Himalayan mountain, gazing in to the infinite space with natural freedom and eternal peace. This is the perfect musical accompaniment for meditation, yoga, t'ai chi, healing -- and complete relaxation.
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