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Eckhart Tolle's Music to Quiet the Mind
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4.9 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
'Music creates a bridge for people to move out of thinking and into presence,' teaches bestselling author Eckhart Tolle. On Eckhart Tolles Music to Quiet the Mind, this renowned spiritual teacher offers a hand-selected collection of his favorite pieces toShrink-wrapped.
Tibetan Sacred Temple Music
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews
This rare digital recording is a powerful collection of Sacred Temple Music from lamas of Drepung loseling Monastery in Souther India..
Sacred Healing Chants of Tibet
4.6 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
Buddhist chants tap into power of imagination, involving meditation & visualizations to transform pain & suffering.
Tibetan Chakra Meditations
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4.1 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews
This exceptional CD has been a mainstay in our catalogue for many years. The bowls and flutes on this album are pitched to correspond with the seven chakras and move through each chakra twice over the course of the recording. The first half of the CD combines singing bowls with flutes, percussion and toning. On the second half you hear only singing bowls, each tuned to a specific chakra. This music can be used as an aid to sacred sound toning, meditation, massage, yoga, reiki, qi gong and
Tibetan Tantric Choir
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews
Tibetan Tantric Choir by The Gyuto MonksWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. Nothing can prepare the uninitiated for the shocking sound of Tibetan throat singing, and these two liturgical pieces, each clocking in at near 25 minutes, are among the best, and most chilling, examples. The Gyuto Monks, in exile in India since the annexation of their native Tibet, have developed a tradition of
Quiet Mind: The Musical Journey of a Tibetan Nomad
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews
Born of Tibetan nomads, Nawang Khechog discovered in childhood a deep affinity with the bamboo flute. In 1959, he fled to India and spent 11 years as a Buddhist monk before bringing his music to the West. Despite worldwide praise for his work, Nawang resolved in 1991 to return to mountain seclusion – until the Dalai Lama himself encouraged him to continue to share the power of his music with others. Quiet Mind reflects the far-reaching travels of this remarkable musician. It is his most
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4.9 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
Choying Drolma and the Nagi Nunnery Foundation sing songs and invocations of the Cho (''cutting'') teachings based on the Prajnaparamita practices established by siddha Padampa Sangye and Machik Labdron. The delicate filigree of chants and supplications is beautifully and sparsely adorned by Tibbetts's treated guitars, percussion, and effects to create an otherworldly experience so alluring in its fragility it is easy to forget the strength of purpose behind these messages of generosity, loving
Tibetan Chants for World Peace
4.9 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
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