Enjoy this free download from the Sounds True archive, featuring selections from artists who set out to create an environment of contemplation, where you can enter to explore a dimension of consciousness beyond the thinking mind.
As our friend Eckhart Tolle said, “”Music bypasses the conceptual mind. Music does not give you food for thought…”
This free download, Meditation Music: An Invitation to Still the Mind and Open the Heart, features the following tracks:
1. “Moola Prayer” from the album Om Deeksha mixed and compiled by Maneesh de Moor
This powerful Sanskrit prayer transports us to a place of surrender and devotion.
2. “Walking into the Himalaya to Meditate” from the album Tibetan Meditation Music by Nawang Khechog
The music of Nawang Khechog is intended to help us find peace, calm, compassion, and wisdom in our hearts and minds.
3. “Safe Delivery” from the album Shakuhachi Water Meditations by Riley Lee
Here is a traditional honkyoku (or “original pieces”) that expresses the intensity of the experience of birth and the sense of gratitude felt after the safe delivery of one’s child.
4. “Return to Peace” from the album Vibrational Sound Healing by Kimba Arem with Andrew Weil
Offered to inspire the activation of your inner guide and healer, use these sounds to facilitate relaxation, inspiration, and meditation.
5. “Immerse” from the album Tibetan Bowl Meditation by River Guerguerian
Award-winning multi-percussionist and composer River Guerguerian draws on his years of experience to create a powerfully meditative and deeply tranquil soundspace.
6. “Loveland” from the album Loveland by Jai Uttal and Ben Leinbach
‘Loveland’ lives inside all of us, explains Jai Uttal, and it is the place our dreams of peace and happiness come true.
7. “Compassion” from the album Signatures on Water by Maneesh de Moor
A serene composition inspired by the infinite compassion of the universe.
8. “Samadhi” from the album Kerala Dream by Shamans Dream
Shamans Dream blends the traditional art forms of Kerala, India, with the sounds of contemporary Western music.
9. “Ek Ong Kaar” from the album The Essential Snatam Kaur by Snatam Kaur
A Sanskrit chant celebrating unity and our shared source of creativity.