Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Shiatsu (Mind, Body, Soul Series)
Genres: New Age, Pop
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An Expansion of the Heart
mkme2 | Long Beach, CA United States | 11/13/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first purchased this CD at a local new-age bookstore. I did not listen to it before pursnasing, but I was looking for something to use with m patients in relaxation sessions. So I took a chance and have been rewarded ever since.I play this CD almost every day - with my clients, when meditationg, when writing as I go into my "think tank". My clients find the music relaxing, interesting and inspirational. They request it when given a choice of music during sessions. I used the track #4 "Forbidden Love" as a background for a Heart Meditation that I read and use often. I feel a great expansion of light from that exercise.This was the first of Llewellyn's music in my collection. I then purchased the Reiki CD and enjoy that one also. He is now on my favourite list. Keep up the good work."
Distant Voyageur | Io | 02/13/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard this CD at a Brookstone a few months ago and asked the clerk who it was by. He showed me the cover of this CD. I immediately bought this CD. It is a gem. Worldly flutes, waterfal sound effect, and misty grey atmosphere is what this CD is like. To sum it up, this is a great album to go to bed to. My favorite songs are the ambient Healing Hands, The Awakening Forest, the exquisite In The Midday Heat, Excalibur Returned, The Dreamweavers and on top of it all, Back on The Trail. The thing that I enjoy on Shiatsu are the guitars. They sound quite similar to Craig Chaquico. This is a beautiful album to play on a lonely grey evening. I recommend getting it."
Very Soothing ...
Sharad Yadav | 03/06/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A very soothing album. Perfect for reflection, meditation and Shiastu of course. Llewellyn is a talented musician and has put out many soothing albums. All the tracks on the album are nice, but then there are some that are stunning:
8. Prophecy: The best track on the entire album. It is not as a complex composition, but then composing a simple stuff is equally complex. The physiological affect of the track on the listener is almost immediate, you'll be immersed in a sea of tranquility and every thought crossing your mind will be beautiful.
9. The Dreamweavers: This track with Juliana's hypnotic chants will tap into your subconscious. I generally play an online radio station before going to bed. One night, I was woken from my deep sleep by some enchanting music that seemed liked a dreamscape. It was in fact this beautiful track that was enchanting the subconscious. I got up, checked the album playing and ordered it the following morning.