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Tibet: Nada Himalaya 2

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Yantra
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Kailash
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Makalu
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Khumbe
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 78:26

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04.22.11
A sublime journey into the void
Label: New Earth

Deuter's longevity as a musician and composer can be directly linked to his internal development as a being. As he goes deeper into his own spiritual evolution, space keeps unfolding into the infinite. Using Tibetan bowls, bells and atmospheric electronics, Deuter takes the listener on a sublime journey into the void.

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A note on music and meditation.

DoctorMowinckel

I would like to add a footnote to the mention of this album being an aid for meditation; For those who are just beginning the practice of Zazen meditation, music is not a necessary aid, and for those mature in the practice, music is not needed to aid ones entering into samadhi. When performing Zazen, it is very easy to become distracted, especially in the early stages of your practice. As such, listening to music of any kind is seldom recommended, if at all. While music of this sort might aid you in relaxing, it is not essential to the practice of Zazen meditation. However, to say the practice of Zazen is rigid is a very false statement. It is entirely possible that one is more capable of entering samadhi with the aid of music. Though I do suggest that you practice extensively in silence, or in as much silence as is allowable before you practice with the aid of music.

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Excelent for Meditation

jlarnal

If ou practice a Zen Meditation you will appreciate this Albun so much.

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What's this ?!

bernof

This is just a NOISE ! It just give me a Headache !

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Excellent!

gayatri

Undoubtedly a true representation of the music of Himalayas. Deuter, given your talent, I suggest you explore the mystic Himalayan lands (India, Tibet, and Nepal) further and bring us mystic treasures of both Hindu and Buddhist styled Himalayan meditation music straight from the source.

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Aural Bliss

bollocks

I find most “new age music” too twee for my own tastes. However this particular disc and the previous vol.1 are the perfect music to use as ambient backgrounds to anything that requires calm and peacefulness, meditation, reading or just unwinding after a stressful day at work. If you are a fan of Brian Eno get this now.

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The best meditation music ever

Byrdnutter

Nada Himalaya (1) is the one CD I would take with me to a desert island or on my spacecraft to Pluto. Now we have the second, longer and even better! Don't hesitate to download if your soul beckons for the sublime quiet and sheer beauty of Tibetan bells, bowls and atmospheres.

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