Max Raphael | Purnama: Singing Bowl Meditation

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Purnama: Singing Bowl Meditation

by Max Raphael

This meditative debut features live performances of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Ting-Sha Cymbals, & Chimes—set against relaxing sounds of nature.
Genre: New Age: Healing
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Space
16:30 $2.00
2. Before Dawn
6:42 $1.00
3. Purnama (Full Moon)
8:36 $1.00
4. Purification
6:27 $1.00
5. Talking
2:45 $1.00
6. Space Reprise
10:48 $2.00
7. Coming Back
5:10 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Purnama is Balinese for ‘full moon’. The inspiration for this album was found on the magical island of Bali, while playing singing bowls beneath an expansive full moon. May peace & wisdom illuminate within as you receive these sounds.

Max Raphael: Tibetan singing bowls, Ting-Sha cymbals, chimes
Recorded & mixed by Dan Murphy at Group Effort Sound Studios in Cincinnati, Ohio. * “Coming Back” recorded & mixed by Max Raphael at the Music Resource Center Cincinnati. Mastered by Max Raphael.
Thank You to everyone, near & far, who has shared this journey of sound with me... and to Ron Esposito, Josh Elstro, Annie Bolling, & the Music Resource Center Cincinnati. Your support and love made this recording possible.

Cover design by Max Raphael

* A note to you, written on the full moon in Bali.

Dear One,
I welcome you here as I sit on the grass, bathing in the pure light of the Full Moon... I drift in the healing currents of singing bowls while sipping some tea, reflecting in its deep dark liquor the Full Moon light, and the remembrance of You.

Full, also, is the connection I feel to Spirit; the connection between You and I. Sitting under the Moon, I reflect on Her true Light—the one She but passes along—and know it to be the sunlight that nurtures Me-Us...

... the Light seems to come and go, like a busy flame that flickers You and I into existence, dancing to the rhythm of Moon and Sun, weaving our separate moments together. Tonight, though, all before me is motionless and still, cast in a single hue.

This Full Moon, I reflect on the one Light illuminating us all.

Love and Light!


Thank you for enjoying these recordings. It's recommended to experience this album on quality headphones/earbuds or full-range speakers.
The singing bowls have their own magic sound and set of harmonic frequencies that can have a powerful healing and relaxing effect on the mind and body, even via recording. Therefore, it's recommended to first play this album in a relaxed, undisturbed time and place and see how it affects you ~ before you try playing it while driving, operating machinery, or engaging in any activity whose safety demands your focused attention.



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