(00:00:00) (01) River Flows in You
(00:03:03) (02) I
(00:07:08) (03) May Be
(00:11:04) (04) Love Me
(00:15:05) (05) It’s Your Day
(00:18:43) (06) Do You?
(00:22:47) (07) As You Wish
(00:25:38) (08) Chaconne
(00:29:28) (09) Indigo
(00:32:31) (10) Sometimes…Someone
(00:36:48) (11) The Sunbeams… They Scatter
(00:40:39) (12) Destiny Of Love
(00:45:24) (13) -korean title 1-
(00:48:50) (14) -korean title 2-
(00:52:15) (15) One Day Diary
(00:59:47) (16) Ribbonized
(01:05:12) (17) What Beautiful Stars
(01:08:00) (18) Sky
(01:11:46) (19) Journey
(01:15:38) (20) Hope
Pictures from ‘Plastic Days’ Exhibition, Museum of Steel Art, Pohang, March 10-May 20 (2012).
1122Hz is a synthesis or “meta” frequency derived from calculating the output function of the first 12 direct solfeggio tones. As an output function, the essence of each of its tributaries are brought together in the summation of its collective center point, sonically suggesting the integration and synthesis of complete solfeggio spectrum. Great care and attention to detail have gone in to the construction of this track, infusing the Golden Proportion in to virtually every aspect of it; including tempo, duration, carrier tone to entrainment program ratios, the entrainment deceleration process, as well as the peaks and troughs of the music itself. The entrainment program in this track decelerates to an alpha level at 7.91Hz on a 93.5Hz carrier tone, making this track ideal for active morning meditation, study, and creative visualization. This track can be used for further actualizing the benefits of the previous solfeggio frequencies, or as an
entry level tool for solfeggio meditation. This track is great for both beginning and advanced meditators, as either a neuro-acoustic or bio-acoustic healing tool. Please use stereo headphones.
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Phil Thornton masterfully mixed traditional Tibetan chants with the wonders of modern sound in this breathtaking CD. You can find more of Mr. Phil’s work here: http://www.philthornton.com/
Mary Rivas, Guest Writer
Can we enhance our creativity, intuitive insights, memory, intelligence and health by altering our brain waves?
Yes. The ancients understood that sound can help us alter our consciousness and unleash mind powers that are normally not accessible to us in ordinary consciousness. Anthropologists who have studied ancient shamanic rituals have found that shamans, for example, have long used the rhythmic sounds of drum beats to induce altered states of consciousness. Scientists have found that specific drum beat frequencies can produce theta brain waves, which match meditative states.
In a nutshell, there are four recognized brain wave ranges: Beta (14-30 Hz) is present in normal waking consciousness; Alpha (7-14 Hz) in states of relaxation; Theta (4-7 Hz) in meditative states; and the slowest, Delta (0.5-4 Hz) in deep sleep and profound meditative states. The most recently researched brain frequency is Gamma, which is the fastest, about 30.0 Hz and higher. Why are brain waves important? You can use sound to positively alter your brain wave frequencies and produce specific desired results.
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Readings of Lao Tsu The Tao Te Ching.
Voice of Douglas Mc Leod
Original music compositions for flute and guitar from “Simple Tales” by Raymond Lohengrin.
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Music from the “Serenade” and “Friends” CDs