JG Shepherd | 1,000 Years of Peace Project, Vol. 1

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1,000 Years of Peace Project, Vol. 1

by JG Shepherd

This soundscape made with all natural sounds came from within meditations for meditations.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Waterfeature Part 1: Release; A Gentle Float
30:18 $5.00
2. Waterfeature Part 2: In-spire; Deep Chant Leads to Rain Rhythms
30:59 $5.00
3. Watersong
6:50 $2.50
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Album Notes
This hour and six minute soundscape (two 30 min. pieces and one 5:40 min.) includes my guitar work along with Native American flute, deep chanting, a frog, cricket and meadowlark, plus the sounds of water from a stream and a rain storm. Bells and whistles come and go too.
I made this to use during Reiki sessions as well as for meditations. I find it very balancing, relaxing and cleansing for my emotions. It does take me to a very sublime place of being and helps with transformations. Others listeners have noted that as well.
And most importantly to me is that there are all natural sounds in this soundscape. I did the sounds, except for the flute, and recorded the sounds of nature. Pretty cool, to bring it all together in a piece that is sooo relaxing and reminiscent of other places and times. It feels good to listen to. (You can get a taste of what the Colorado country side sounds like) The guitar and flute work were recorded during meditations. The flute player, Trish, is a yoga instructor and uses the soundscape during her yoga lessons.
The title "1,000 Years of Peace Project; Volume 1" is about being where I would like to be. What I mean is this; Being in the vibration of what I would like to experience is a necessary step in the manifestation of that desire. Hence when I listen with an intent to be in that time and space of PEACE, then I not only bring that desired manifestation closer but I get a taste of what it is like as well. Think about it.
One other thing about this piece is this. I have always loved the Sitar, the East Indian instrument, and how the instrumentalists were in deep meditation. I have found my guitar to be my perfect companion for meditations for years and so in this soundscape my guitar is played as a meditation instrument. The pieces are unedited for their complete vibrational experience. Whatever sounds came from the guitar were kept for the blessing they are. It took several recorded meditations before I found the one that fit right. All of the takes are all so wonderful to listen to. Just one is shared here.
Part 1; is in the key of "D" this key is very useful for bringing the body and senses to center. It is very supportive of the whole body system and facilitates not only harmony in the body but harmonious resonance with the greater universe. I call this piece "release" for I find it helps me release any time I listen to it.
Part 2; begins with chanting and leads into a very deep body sensation of rest and quietude. The key of this piece is "C." This soundscape lend itself to chakra balancing in the beginning and then moves into a nourishing cleanse with a thunderous rainstorm that blends into rhythms and a very comforting finish.
Watersong - is in the key of "A" (a very divine key as well) and is a wonderful short meditation that began this project. It has been noted that it is very useful for a quick release and meditation plus it makes a very fine finish for this whole soundscape.
Sincerely in Light and Love, JG Shepherd



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