These alpha wave soundscapes with Tibetan chanting are among the most powerful meditation tracks on Music4meditation.com
These Cyber-shamanic electronic ambient sound healing and cathartic soundscapes are some of the most efficient catalysts for deep meditation; however, this music invites that you surrender into the music with ease and a spirit of adventure. It can be a very challenging and exciting journey to venture deep into your inner spiritual subconscious domains!
Alpha Monks (9:54)
The energy of Alpha Monks is continuously growing in intensity during the whole length of the track. What you hear in the small free sample is just the beginning of a much more intense journey. Welcome to the paradox of relaxation and adventure! When Tibetan Monks chant, they produce alpha waves. In this track, the recording of the Tibetan Monks is digitally processed to enhance these naturally occurring alpha waves. Deep low-frequency alpha waves are then added. The natural overtones made by the monks’ chant are also amplified so that they become a distinct part of the soundscape. On top of this oceanic symphony, the high frequency and healing sounds of Tibetan bells make their entry. One of the most powerful tracks on music4meditation.com!
Monks’n Mahler (8:20)
This piece of music is built out of digitally enhanced samples of Gustav Mahler’s authentic music and the chanting of Tibetan Monks. Mahler’s deeply emotional music is combined with the oceanic chanting of the Monks. This symphonic alpha wave soundscape will connect you with your heart through breathing. Allow deep breathing to happen in harmony with the music. Make a short break after exhalation and inhalation.
Monks In Moonlight (12:05)
Monks in Moonlight is a sound space that will reverberate deep within the soul. The music will take you to a kind of plateau where you can dwell in peace and ease. Anywhere in the soundscape, you can stop and relax. You are free from the search of a future paradise – and yet there is a movement in time, celebrating the fact that you don’t have to go anywhere. This is for me true meditation: time free ‘innerstanding’ in joyous ease.
Nirvanian Monks (12:05)
The depths of the galactic chanting in this track requires surrender from the listener’s side. It is like in an old spiritual Indian exercise. The practice is to jump into a powerful whirlpool in a big lake. The whirl stream will take the spiritual student down to the bottom of the lake. If he surrenders completely and does not fight the stream, the stream itself will bring him to the surface again.
If there is resistance, he will drown. When Gods real power – what the Indian sages have called the Kundalini power flows through your body, there is no place for anything else than surrender. So you do not need to find a whirlpool lake. Just put on your headphones and enjoy rebirth through surrender!
Invocations by Rinpoche (12:05)
This soundscape will bring awareness to the inner fractal universe of the body. As below – so above.
Violin and Chanting Monks (5:16)
This track seeks to combine the knowledge of the heart with the ’emptiness’ of the chanting Monks.Here you can say: My heart says I am everything, My mind says I am nothing.
If you have any unresolved emotional stress, it can be a good idea to recall these feelings while going deep with Violin and chantings Monks. This can help you in going into a liberating and profound emotional catharsis.
Heavenly Earth Monks (5:16)
This track is meant to bring you back into the body. After a deep journey into the inner galactic space of your Soul, it is time to return and celebrate time and space. The pulses of the base and the base drum will reconnect the ‘higher’ energies with the body. It is recommended that you move or even dance to this track.
Breathing Alpha Monks (0:16)
The symphonic soundscape of the Breathing Alpha Monks will reconnect you with your feeling heart through your breathing. The art of profound and calm breathing is essential for maintaining peace and tranquillity. Allow deep breathing to happen in harmony with the waves of the music. Make a short break in your breath after exhalation and inhalation. It can be a good idea to end your meditation or relaxations sessions with this track. The Breathing Alpha Monks will help your transition back to a feeling of a more liberated ordinary life.