CD: Journey to the Angels by Llewellyn

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This music has been carefully and lovingly arranged by Llewellyn with the guidance of the angelic forces and contains all the elements you may wish to use in your guided visualisation to journey with the angels. However, you may decide to simply allow yourself to drift into the beautiful places that the harmonious sounds intuitively bring into the imagery of your mind.

Journey to the Angels includes special accompanying notes by Christine Astell.

Choral, drifting, dreamy, floating melodies. You feel surrounded by sound the whole time. Gives feeling of the upper realms and choirs of angels. This kind of CD is rich enough to have as relaxation music but is also suitable for meditation, but not the kind of meditation where you wish to totally empty your mind, more for the journeying kind of meditation where you explore your inner workings and imagery.

Total Running Time: 51 minutes

The Tracks:

1 The Angel Garden

2 The Journey

3 At the Golden Gates

4 Guardian Angel

5 The Return Journey

6 Peaceful Sanctuary

About Llewellyn

Llewellyn is a top selling and popular New Age artist and musician who has produced a wide variety of relaxing, meditative and uplifting albums over the years.

Much of Llewellyn’s work draws inspiration from his own interests, such as spirituality, healing, Celtic folklore and druids, and these influences shine through in the titles and musical content of his wide ranging albums. He composed many of the hugely popular Mind, Body and Soul Series (New World Music) that are designed especially for use with complementary therapies, such as reiki, aromatherapy, healing massage and Indian head massage.

Many of Llewellyn’s albums have received acclaim and in 2001, Journey to the Temple was voted the Favourite New Release Album in the UK and Shiatsu was voted the Favourite New Release Album in the US.

When not composing music, Llewellyn is a Crystal and Reiki Healer and studies Druid and Celtic Lore. He’s also a keen film producer and has produced several DVDs for New World Music.

His partner, Juliana, is also a musician and Llewellyn wrote and produced her well known album, Woman Wisdom. Together they perform music across the UK and often make guest appearances on albums by other well known New Age artists.

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  • 5
    About As Far from Gansta Rap as It Gets

    Posted by John Healey on 15th Nov 2004

    This is one of the best albums from the prolific Llewellyn and Juliana. It's a masterpiece of ambient mood music that perfectly demonstrates what their gift for channelling is all about. I've played this CD over and over again. You will probably wear it out, too. For some reason it makes me think of “Adagio for Strings” by Samuel Barber. Not because it steals anything from the classical work, but because it also sounds like it's just coming from somewhere else. The sense Llewellyn has of the angelic is so different to that of Aeoliah, whose 1998 Angel love album seemed to herald the emerging fascination with all things celestial. So you don't feel like your wrapped in warm cotton wool listening to Journey to the Angels. The affect it has is one of shaking you awake, with its pretty opening soon giving way to At the Golden Gates, the albums incandescent moment, (turn the volume up on this track - don't worry about the neighbours!) Like the Barber there's the economical use of a few ideas repeated in a kind of loose rondo. Unlike the Barber there's no bittersweet agony, although if you really listen, somewhere in there is a sigh of regret for the mistakes of you and me living in the predicament of this world. Swirling birdsong and bubbling streams provide relief in a work that's great for visualisation exercises. I saw Llewellyn and Juliana perform at the Arthur Findlay college near Stansted recently, and they have an amazing energy. It's about as far from gangsta rap as it gets.