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Soul Support

by Penny Winestock

These rhythms, words, & harmonies deliver 'musical medicine' for body and soul. They can get you dancing, help you sleep, and nourish a deep sense of your own well-being.
Genre: New Age: Energy Healing
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  Song Share Time Download
1. ProtectionStrength
15:21 $0.99
2. PSDrum
15:00 $0.99
3. JoyBalance
15:04 $0.99
4. JBDrum
15:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
These compositions use live recordings of a shaman chanting and drumming in 'journey mode' – an altered state that enables the presence of healing guidance to be transmitted through the music, which evokes it in the listener.

Each track delivers a 15 minute 'sound-bath' of rhythmic energy that relaxes or invigorates, comforts or inspires.

Embedded in the music is specific help for healing from imbalances in body and spirit, physical illnesses or accidents, or
self-defeating habits of mind and emotion.

To find out which ones resonate with you at the moment, take a look at the track synopses, then respond to your own
intuition when listening to a particular track.

Track Synopses:

1. ProtectionStrength brings both stimulating fatherly vigour and strong motherly nourishment. The 'one, one-two' beat is known in some shamanic traditions as the union of masculine and feminine spirit. The original inspiration for this chant came from healing sessions for people grappling with chemo-therapy, to invoke protection against infection and strength to survive their treatments. It can be used to support anyone who needs such energies. Perhaps protection is needed from old unconscious habits,or strength for accepting change. Among the mantric syllables chanted is 'Om', the most chanted sound
of all sacred sounds on earth – the sound of existence itself. 'Ma' is also sung here; this sound is included as part of the word for mother in many languages.

2. PSDrum has powerful rhythms that make it ideal for dancing or moving meditation. Along with the heart-beat from ProtectionStrength on the frame-drum, are conversations between an African style djembe (made in Quebec from Canadian Pine) and an old Nepalese mahdal (a small two-headed lap drum). Sometimes playful and humourous, sometimes penetrating and insistent, these rhythms are energizing and build to a unity of voices that are simultaneously old and young, strong and vulnerable, male and female.

3. JoyBalance speaks gently but solidly as a creator of healthy mutuality between action and rest. Born out of a desire to bring healing for those suffering with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, it can be helpful to anyone who ever feels off-kilter in the direction of either too much 'doing' or too much lethargy. The frame-drum heartbeat here is like a soothing 3-step waltz, making the chant effective as a lullabye or sleep aid at times, and at other times as an initiator of easy movement. The alternation of spoken and sung messages is for left-brain/right-brain balance.

4. JBDrum takes the listener twice, in 15 minutes, from the peaceful solitude of the JoyBlance heart-beat on the frame-drum, to a spirited, high energy dialogue with the little mahdal, and back again to tranquility. It provides practice in embracing the ebb and flow of strong and gentle energies, and a sense of trust and safety in doing so. The numbers 1 through 9 are woven into the rhythmic pattern, with emphasis on 3 for familial stability, 9 for wholeness and completion, and 18 for the blessing of life.



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