Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Not for the hermetically-sealed meditator...
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you believe that the only way to meditate is in a closed up room with nothing to distract you from the sound of your own breathing, then of course you will hate this CD. For those who find that nature offers the best meditation, however, you should thoroughly enjoy it. The animal sounds are great...remind me of when I lived in the country,instead of in sterile suburbia, where I now reside. The "om" is just right, the music pleasant without being intrusive. Overall, it reminds me of the "Soft Wave" recordings of a few years back with the dolphin sounds. I must admit I haven't tried this CD outside of my vehicle, since I refuse to take it out of my car CD player for an instant. It has made my tension-filled commute so much more pleasant...keeps me from honking my horn and cursing the other drivers, since I don't want to spoil the peaceful environment the sounds and music create. That alone is worth the price! So don't listen to the "neigh"-sayers...get your own copy and get back to nature! (and the running horse is too kewl!)"
I met God with this one!
EternalSeeker | 10/27/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"About two and one-half minutes into this incredible CD, the first time, I was smiling in ecstacy and I thought to myself: "Hello God, glad to meetcha!" I have a lot of meditation tapes and CD's, and this is by far my all-time favorite. I do this one when I am exercising in my gym, walking, or quietly sitting, and it is just great in all settings. The authors have combined high spirituality with the barnyard and does it work! The whole cycle makes sense, now."
Horrible droning and animal sounds
itskristen | 01/05/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The rhythmic droning wouldn't have been so bad... or the synthesized, repetitive music. But once the chicken started clucking, the rooster crowed, and someone rode by on horseback, my mood was shattered. What a waste. Recordings of natural environments can be relaxing, but what I purchased was a CD entitled "Tibetan Rhythms" not "Tibetan Farms." Not what I expected at all, and I doubt I'll listen to it again."