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Crystal Bowl Meditation

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Energy Healing Through Crystal Bowl Meditation   –   By


    Have you ever attended a crystal bowl meditation? If so, were you able to ‘lose yourself’ in the essence of the bowls? There is nothing quite like this experience for realigning the energy fields of the human system described as your chakras. Science has long known that sound produces changes in the autonomic, endocrine, immune and neuropeptide system. Scientists now believe that every human atom, cell, gland and organ both emit and absorb sound. A relaxed body, and its brain waves, vibrates at a fundamental frequency, aligning us with the Earth’s own electromagnetic field.  

So, let’s speak about the Chakra system of the human body. Chakras are measurable patterns of electromagnetic activity. Each chakra reflects essential aspects of consciousness, forming the master programs that govern life, love, learning and illumination. Anodea Judith in her book Wheels of Life, writes:

“Chakras can be open, closed or any of the various stages in between. These states may be basic aspects of someone’s personality throughout most of their life, or something that changes from moment to moment, in response to a situation. An ailing chakra may be unable to change its state easily, being “stuck” in either an open or a closed state. Then the chakra needs healing, by uncovering and removing whatever is blocking it.” Each chakra center is associated with not only a specific ‘tone’ of the musical scale, but also, with a corresponding color. 

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Steve Roach—Infinite Shore

Steve Roach, Composer   –   Wikipedia


Steve Roach (born February 16, 1955 in La Mesa, California)[1] is a U.S. composer and performer of ambient and tribal-ambient music, whose recordings are also classified in the genres of space, drone, New Age, and electronic music. Roach is recognized as one of the “leading innovators of contemporary electronic music.”[2]

Roach plans on releasing three new collaboration albums for the remainder of 2012,[3] along with the solo album Soul Tones, expected to be released mid-December of 2012. Soul Tones is the first part of a three-CD project. The second album, Flow States, is expected to be released in the spring, and the third album will follow later in the year. The timed releases are meant to incorporate the music into the seasons  

Roach taught himself to play the synthesizer[5] after being inspired by such influential synthesizer artists and groups as Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, and Vangelis. His debut album Now appeared in 1982, followed by Structures from Silence in 1984. In 1988 he released his acclaimed Quiet Music series, along with what has been described by critics as his masterpiece, the double-album Dreamtime Return.[5]

As Roach’s approach to ambient music matured, he has typically[6] been beatless, although his rhythmic and trance-based groove and tribal-ambient releases are nearly as numerous[6] as his more atmospheric releases. Some recordings are strictly synthesizer based, whereas some recordings include ambient guitar experiments, and other releases cross over with more ethnic influences.

He was an early proponent[7] of the didgeridoo‘s use in ambient music and learned to play it during his extended trips to Australia during the 1980s. Later work with Mexican musician Jorge Reyes would introduce a Prehispanic element, and these fusions would further

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YT  –  “As a pioneering cornerstone of ambient-atmospheric-electronic music, internationally-renowned artist Steve Roach has dedicated over three decades to exploring myriad soundworlds that connect with a timeless source of inspiration. From the expansive, time-suspending spaces reflecting his spiritual home in Arizona to the fire breathing, rhythmic-shamanic expressions woven from all things electric and organic, Roach has earned his position in the international pantheon of major new music artists through a long list of groundbreaking recordings, fueled by his prolific nature and uncompromising approach.”

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