CD: Pure Meditation by John Keech
Total running time: 59 minutes
1 Pure Meditation (8.09)
2 Soaring on the Wings of the Astral Body (7.45)
3 Sandstream (6.08)
4 Boundless Dunes of Tranquillity (9.03)
5 Sweet Visions of Rain (9.46)
6 Desert Dreaming (9.23)
7 Portrait of Peace (9.09)
Back of CD says: Pure Meditation with soothing piano melodies and calming soundscape is ideally suited for use with your meditation. Either use the album as the object of your focus or alternatively to create an ambience whilst you meditate on something else.
The special features allow the music to support a wide range of meditation imagery, making it suitable for both newcomers to the practice of music assisted meditation, and to those who already have a favourite meditation routine.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallThe music of this CD is evocative but not in the way I would have anticipated. It is a very dreamy piece of work. The music just drifts along, not seeking to find a destination but merely enjoying the ride. It is very easy to fall asleep during the listening of this CD, but I cannot somehow feel that this is necessarily a bad thing. It is meant to be a meditational tool rather than something geared towards relaxation per se, but it does for me evoke something of clarity. I cannot use it for visualisation journeys but for the evocation of sentiments and moods. I can visualise, but it tends to be colours and broad patterns and shapes. I have felt uplifted and focused by using the CD so I can affirm the appropriateness of the chosen title. This CD is very useful for meditation of a general nature, where there is to be space to follow wherever the spirit seeks to lead. I find it also appropriate for attunement as a companion to healing work. It is a worthwhile companion to the other CDs in the “Pure” series produced by New World Music and is certainly well used in my household.