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Seasons of Serenity, Seasons of Tranquility

March 10, 2014

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Seasons of Serenity, Seasons of Tranquility

Seasons of Serenity, Seasons of Tranquility by Kathleen Swann and Ken Kaufman — Season of Serenity contains guided imagery with calming music. The words of Swann’s guided meditation were inspired by the writings of C.G. Jung and are supported by an oasis of sound created by composer Ken Kaufman. The words and images featured are […]

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How to Find Your Mission in Life

March 9, 2014

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How to Find Your Mission in Life

How to Find Your Mission in Life by Richard Nelson Bolles — In this intimate treasury of wit and wisdom, Bolles, author of the job-hunting bible What Color is Your Parachute?, explores the spiritual aspects of finding one’s place in the world. Anyone who has ever wondered how to make the most of their unique […]

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Still Chillin’

March 8, 2014

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Still Chillin' CD by Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors

Still Chillin’ by Gabrielle Roth + The Mirrors — These four tracks are like listening to a Zen garden, as each blends the timeless spirituality of pure space with the modern innovation of contemporary rhythm culture. This is for your quiet times, with gentle grooves, and a deep, sensuous ambiance that is the consummate blending […]

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Mystic Canyons

March 7, 2014

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Mystic Canyons, by Soulfood

Mystic Canyons by Soulfood — The music is cinematic orchestration and indigenous instrumentation that is inspired by the spirit of Native American cultures. Sit back and let the music take you on a musical journey through the landscapes of the desert Southwest and the mystical badlands. The instrumentation blends nature sounds, acoustic guitar, grand piano […]

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Sleeping Lotus

March 6, 2014

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Sleeping Lotus, by Li Xiangting

Sleeping Lotus by Li Xiangting — The CD contains 11 serene guqin and xiao improvisational tracks and is the perfect complement to an interlude of relaxing, meditating or dreaming. These tracks blossom like musical haiku, with each note capturing a world of emotion, each song bringing deep peace. The guqin and xiao, or seven-stringed zither […]

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Imaginary Piano

March 5, 2014

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Imaginary Piano by Gary Paul Bryant

Imaginary Piano by Gary Paul Bryant — There is nothing make-believe about the piano playing on this album, which employs a fusion of acoustic and electronic piano arrangements that takes listeners on an upbeat journey to musical wonderlands adorned with melodies and harmonies that touch the heart and awaken the soul. The keys resonate throughout […]

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Sanctuary

March 1, 2014

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Sanctuary by Magna Canta

Sanctuary by Magna Canta — Rhythms of sensual melodies combined with smooth euro style dance beats make this an ethereal, trip hop groove-based release that takes elements of world, New Age and dance music to a higher ground. A place where past, future and dreamlike visions and voices of chant unveil spiritual hymns, and angelic […]

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What are you doing “under” there?

January 6, 2014

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by Irene Conlan —  “I didn’t go under.” “They said I couldn’t go under.” “I don’t think I went under.” These strange and interesting statements are often heard in relation to hypnosis, and they conjure an image of someone struggling to get up and out from under a bed or desk. Many people are frightened […]

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