Adrian C. Wirth | Sacred Songs from the Origin of the Universe

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Sacred Songs from the Origin of the Universe

by Adrian C. Wirth

The songs are sung in an expanded state of consciousness. The song language is called Sobot. So means god and bot means word. It is very very ancient, of universal origin and helps to activate, balance and heal your energyfields.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Sacred Voice from the Beginning
5:37 $2.00
2. The Unending Vastness of Sound
4:30 $2.00
3. The Sheltering Strength of Love
3:41 $2.00
4. The Inner Voice Awakens
6:35 $2.00
5. The Abundance from Source
8:28 $2.00
6. Arising Dragons
4:23 $2.00
7. The Soothing Voice of Water
4:20 $2.00
8. Phoenix Triumph
6:54 $2.00
9. Ascension in Companionship
4:46 $2.00
10. Guardians of the Soul
2:27 $2.00
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Album Notes
I'm working as a energy healer and started to use singing intuitively in my healing sessions. The right kind of singing draws in wonderful energies. The universe itself consists of different kinds of energies, vibrational fields, sounds and consciousness. The songs are created in an expanded state of awareness and are received from my higher self, which is of universal origin.
When people hear the songs they are usually touched on a very deep level. Some say they feel like coming home. They rather feel than hear the music. The music helps to relax, balance and heal the energy fields of the body. It brings you back in harmony. And harmony is the opposite of disease. I use drums, native american flutes, some percussion instruments and singing bowls to support the singing. An occasional guitar and some synthesizer tunes are in there as well. The album was produced by Damian G. Benedetti, Switzerland.



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