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Samma Sati: Right Mindfulness. Music for Meditation

by Energi

Timed meditation sessions, especially designed for walking, sitting and meditation preparation, featuring soothing music of harmonium and Tibetan Singing Bowls.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Samma Sati: Session One
10:22 $0.99
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2. Samma Sati: Session Two
20:32 $0.99
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3. Samma Sati: Session Three
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Music for Meditation.

Samma Sati is the second in the "Samma" series of Music for Meditation by Energi.

Timed meditation sessions featuring soothing music of Harmonium and Tibetan Singing Bowls. A Sati (mindfulness) bell begins and finishes each session.

This restful, non-intrusive music aids concentration by creating a calm environment, free from distractions and outside influences. The music is also ideal for any healing practices, such as energy balancing, body work, massage, or as a background for guided imagery practices.

Samma Sati takes its name from the ancient Pali language, and literally means, Right Mindfulness – one of the principle steps of The Noble Eightfold Path, from the “Magga-vibhanga Sutta’ teachings taught by Buddha Shakyamuni – and of great importance to Buddhist practitioners.

Sparse use of the Tibetan Singing Bowls, together with a cycling Tambora phrase imparts a peaceful hypnotic feeling.

Samma Sati is relaxation music and is ideal as a meditation timer – each track contains a Sati (Mindfulness) bell at the beginning and the end. Especially designed for walking meditation, as well as sitting practice and meditation preparation, yoga and tai chi practices or just as calming background music in restful environments, such as spas, or at home. This track is designed in three version-lengths for individual meditation requirements – 10-minute, 20-minute and 30-minute…or you can play the whole 60-minutes of calming music rhythms.

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Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown

This music is wonderful to meditate to.
There have been a plethora of studies on the effects of stress on the immune system and on mental health. The benefits of hypnosis, relaxation, and various mind/body approaches are now well-known, even among lay people.

Many musicians/composers have attempted to jump on the bandwagon, as it were, and to develop music that is promoted as “relaxation music.” However, much of this music that is touted as being beneficial actually appears to contribute to stress because it either moves too rapidly or has variations in tonal quality that force the person to sort of “keep up with the music.”

The distinction with Peter’s music is that, perhaps because of his own commitment to meditation, he truly understands how to work with tonal quality, how to guide the heart rate into a slower pace, and how to create a consistent sound to facilitate relaxed breathing. I have searched for years for just the right music and I have found it with Peter Morley. In my estimation, his work is even better than Halpern, who is well-known for his work.

Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown, Integrative Psychologist and Educator, Antioch University, Santa Barbara. USA
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