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Ananda

by AtmanAli

Reach new levels of relaxation during meditation by way of the ethereal vibrations of crystal singing bowls and grounding overtones of Himalayan singing bowls. Utilize guided meditations accompanied by sound to process your emotions in a healthy manner.
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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1. Alternate Nostril Breathing
0:47 album only
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2. Head and Neck Exercises
2:19 album only
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3. Humming and Toning
1:43 album only
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4. Encouragement
0:11 album only
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5. 5 Minute Crystal Bowls Meditation
5:21 $0.99
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6. 10 Minute Himalayan Bowls Meditation
10:34 $1.99
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7. 15 Minute Crystal Bowls Meditation
14:52 $1.99
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8. Temple 10a
24:42 $2.99
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9. Creative Spark
2:23 $0.99
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10. Zen Cheer
1:22 $0.99
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11. Morning Meditation
2:09 $0.99
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12. Challenging Times Meditation
1:28 $0.99
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13. End of Day Forgiveness Meditation
1:42 $0.99
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14. Dream Incubation
2:01 $0.99
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15. Moon Meditation
12:14 $0.99
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16. Forgiveness Medicine Melody
4:11 $0.99
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17. Tolerance Medicine Melody
4:13 $0.99
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18. Courage Medicine Melody
5:34 $0.99
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19. Prayer of Latifah
3:36 $0.99
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20. Alison's Prayer
3:36 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Meditation Preparation Techniques
The first three tracks are instructions on meditation preparation techniques which will facilitate a deeper meditation than just listening to the other tracks without any preparation. Try one or all three to create your own personal practice. Follow your intuition regarding how you sit and where to place your hands during meditation (prayer, over heart, palms facing up/down or mudra). Experiment with variations and do what works best for you.

Himalayan & Crystal Singing Bowl Meditations
For the optimal listening experience, use high quality headphones or speakers. Find a comfortable position suitable for the length of the track you are using and enjoy!

Creative Spark
This tuning fork piece is great for when you need a little help in boosting your creativity.

Zen Cheer
When you need a quick “pick-me-up” at any time of the day, this piece using Zen Tubes will bring a smile to your face.

Morning Meditation
This piece was inspired by the five Reiki principles which I revised utilizing Neuro-Linguistic Programming vocabulary. Your day typically flows based on the way your morning goes – so use some positive affirmations to help start things off on the right note.

Challenging Times Meditation
For those times when some event has triggered you, use this meditation to reflect on the experience at a deeper level. Instead of dwelling on the event itself, look for the lesson or message the universe is providing and envision an alternate outcome for future scenarios. Build a new neural pathway so that you are able to more easily and calmly process similar situations in the future.

End of Day Forgiveness Meditation
As we interact with one another throughout the day, we may not always be at our best. A helpful exercise for restful sleep is to conduct an end of day forgiveness meditation to facilitate release of any low energy so that you do not carry it into the next day. Remember, forgiveness is the gift you give to yourself. Listen to this meditation as many times as needed before retiring for the evening.

Dream Incubation
Our dreams contain valuable information from our subconscious to help us process our experiences. Use this meditation to prepare yourself before going to sleep. Have your journal or a notepad handy along with a pen/pencil and small flashlight in case you wake up before your normal time. Capture key words/phrases, colors, numbers, images and feelings to assist in your recall.

Moon Meditation
Use this meditation throughout the month and focus on the phase you are in at the moment for greater clarity on your daily experiences.


Forgiveness Medicine Melody
This piece is for when you know you need to do forgiveness work but are not sure you are ready to forgive. Hum or tone along with my voice and get as loud as you need to ensure you process your emotions completely. Listen as many times as needed – forgiveness is a process, not a one-time event.

Tolerance Medicine Melody
Once we forgive someone, we may have to continue interacting with them on a regular basis. Use this piece to help foster an attitude of loving tolerance for being in their presence without remembering any previous exchanges. Hum or tone along with my voice and get as loud as you feel necessary. Listen as many times as needed.

Courage Medicine Melody
Whether you are starting something new or just need a boost for your self-confidence, use this piece to encourage yourself to stand up on the inside. Stand in your personal power and know that the universe loves and supports you.

Prayer of Latifah
A beautiful and subtle prayer from the Sufi tradition set to the vibrations of Himalayan singing bowls. Comprised of seven simplistic affirmations, just listen or use with accompanying hand positions:
“I exist” – right hand on left side of torso. “I long” – right hand on right side of torso. “I hope” – right hand over left lung. “I trust” – right hand over right lung. “I release” – right hand over throat. “I love” – right hand over heart. “I am prepared” – right hand over stomach above belly button. Use your left hand to guide your right hand to each position.

Alison’s Prayer
This is my personal version of the Prayer of Latifah. Let this piece inspire you to create your own interpretation and use with the previous track with your own wording for your personal practice.

Bio
Although formally trained in music since childhood and earning a B.A. in Music from Agnes Scott College, the options for using music as a career at the time (teach, perform or church organist) did not appeal to me. I did not want to do what everyone else was doing with music. So, I ventured into the corporate world and only connected musically via church choir until a spiritual call to go deeper led me into metaphysical teachings.

Along the way I was introduced to Reiki which I was inspired to use for hospice patients in my volunteer work. The advanced teachings helped me connect the dots across the various metaphysical topics I was studying. Then one day I attended a conference on Sacred Sound & Music at the Association for Research & Enlightenment where I discovered the world of sound therapy. Soon afterwards, I found the International Sound Therapy Association in Atlanta, GA and pursued certifications in the therapeutic use of sound.

Through my teaching and presenting to various groups on sound and meditation, I was asked to play at a local hospital as part of a new music program. And as my collection of singing bowls grew, so did my passion for playing and creating meaningful pieces for personal meditation and spiritual growth.

My debut CD, Ananda, includes pieces from my personal practice which were inspired by the many teachings I have studied over the years.


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