Sports football betting appSambodhi Prem : Seven Waves of Knowing.
Reflections of the moon in music.
Deeply meditative music that moves between silence and sound. Solo piano and solo guitar played from a space of inner reflection, like a wave of peace.
The quality of water falling on a sun-shower-day translated into sound. Somehow
music can filter through to places that are hidden from daylight. You feel music
when your mind is open and the rhythm of your footsteps has slowed a little -
when you stop and look at the empty space around you, listen to the silence
between your words and look into the eyes of a person you love. Then without a
warning a space enters you, you relax and for a moment there is unity - a
reminding of a place you may have visited when you were young, full of wonder
What people are saying about this music:
"I like the open spaces in the music, the unhurried gentleness. Reminds me of
staring into space, sometimes daydreaming, sometimes just staring at nothing.
"If you need to calm down or meditate this music is perfect. Piano solo pieces
alternate with beautiful acoustic guitar. The sound is pure. This music is
refreshing just as a glass of pure water or pure air in the mountains."
"The most moving song on the album was the track, "Trusting the
Universe." It was very touching and sweetly emotional. The guitar was deeply
heartfelt on this album and the sounds were kept to a minimum, spare and yet so
creative . . . as if the plan was that these tunes were to heal and soothe and
comfort the tired and sore souls . . . well it worked! One of my other favorite
songs was the sweet, slow and gentle traces of music from the guitar in the
song, "Reflecting the Moon," which was so peaceful I felt as if I had relaxed
under the white light of a magical moon . . . This album was so good that I
couldn't stop playing it all evening . . . it was like sacred medicine to my
soul . . . and I needed it . . . and I got it!
1. Enjoying Silence
2. Trusting The Universe
3. Rising In Love
4. Reflecting The Moon
5. Listening and Disappearing
6. Finding The Way In
7. Breathing the Silence
8. Becoming Essence
9. Awakening Now
10. Fragrant Grasses Falling Blossoms
Listen to: the entire album.
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Release date: 08/15/2014
Sambodhi Prem lives in Auckland New Zealand
Tagged as: Ambient, New Age, Instrumental Ambient, Acoustic Guitar, Chillout, Contemporary Piano, Yoga
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