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Sounds for Healing Vol.'s I-V: $14.95
"Singing Bowls & One"
(2 CDs): $25.00
The original 4-CD “Sounds
for Healing” series
was released in 1999. Conceived then to be used
pre- and post-surgically in hospital and home, they have proved to be just
as an adjunct to self-hypnosis, meditation, bodywork/massage, acupuncture,
yoga, etc. Thousands of copies are circulating round the world, being
used in homes, hospitals, and clinics.
All of them feature the incredible spacious
and meditative sounds of the Himalayan singing bowls in different settings – Vols
II and IV being purely instrumental, while Vols I and III also include
some spoken inductions and guided meditations, drawn from my extensive
work in the field of hypnotherapy.
to say that I have listened to the CD many times and find it fabulous,
everything I wanted. Your workshop this afternoon had a very wonderful
effect on me and I look forward to meditating with the CD and possibly
working with you again.
for Healing" Volumes I-IV
Penumbra is defined as,“a partial shadow, as in
an eclipse, between regions of complete shadow and complete illumination,
or; an area in which
something exists to a lesser or uncertain degree.”
(July 4, 2013) Peter
returned to the recording studio this winter, inviting Philippe Garnier,
Steve Gorn, and Bill Ross to help him create a recording featuring
his talents as a composer and multi-instrumentalist.
Utilizing the incredible and hypnotic sounds of the Monochord Table,
the Sabian tuned resonating bells, 6 and 12-string guitar, gong, drums,
rattles, Steve Gorn’s bansurai flute, and Philippe's Crystal bowls,
as well as his collection of over 35 Himalayan singing bowls, Peter has
created a collection of pieces designed to facilitate the evocation of
deep moods of inspiration, meditation, and transcendence - to help listeners
access that area “between regions of complete shadow and complete
A live recording featuring Peter Blum on gongs, Himalayan singing bowls, Sabian resonating bells, frame drum, tom tom, ocarina, etc.;
Steve Gorn, bansuri flutes & clarinet;
Naaz Hosseini, vocals & violin; and,
Thomas Workman, bamboo flutes, bansuri, bass duduk, udu drum, didgeridoo, ngoni, hindewhu, bone flute.
Over an hour of enchanting sounds recorded February 1, 2014 at MaMA in Stone Ridge, NY.
Cost $10 plus S&H
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Sounds for Healing Vol. I
"Introduction To The History and Practice Of Sounds
How to use these CD's: Applications for healing, meditation, relaxation,
creativity, etc. Demonstrations of Tibetan bowls, drums, and tamboura.
Also, Guided Meditation.
Sounds for Healing Vol. II
Four Sonic Meditations; no spoken words. Tibetan
bowls and tamboura create magical tapestries of especially meditative
and healing soundscapes.
Sounds for Healing Vol. III
"Spoken Healing And Meditation"
A full body relaxation filled with healing words and images, and
a guided healing dream story, both with a background of singing bowls.
Sounds for Healing Vol. IV
More singing bowls, together with drumming, percussion, vocal toning,
and guitar in further dimensions of rhythm and pitch for healing
"The Everchanging Present"
By Pulse Field
(Vol. V in the Sounds For Healing Series)
In 1999 the first 4 CD's in the Sounds for Healing series were released
to critical acclaim. They have been used as a valuable focusing and
healing adjunct by practitioners of meditation, hypnosis, massage,
yoga, and acupuncture, as well as for sheer listening enjoyment.
This fifth studio recording, "The Everchanging Present" by
our performance ensemble Pulse Field, features the incredible sounds
of the Himalayan Singing Bowls, at times joined by the harmonic drones
of tamboura and digeridoo, master percussionist David Budd and vocalist
extraordinaire Naaz Hosseini.
"Singing Bowls And One"
Inside | Outside
(Two CD Set)
"Singing Bowls and One" represents
the realization of a long-held dream: inviting marvelous musicians
from different cultural mixes to improvise a series of duets with
the singing bowls.
Featured musicians include Downbeat poll winner Karl
classical flute maestro Steve Gorn, avant-garde jazz sax and brass
player Joe McPhee, New Music accordion virtuoso Pauline
and Renewalist Cantor Robert Esformes.
The music - some instrumental, some vocal, and a spoken poem - represent
such a wide and eclectic range that it is extremely difficult to
categorize the result except to say that it is extraordinary.
Grammy award winning engineer Malcolm
Cecil did the mixing and mastering
for "Singing Bowls and One."
Each CD is $14.95
(except the Two CD Set, "Singing Bowls And One," $25.00),
plus shipping and handling.
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