Taz Thornton | Into the Dream

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Into the Dream

by Taz Thornton

Shamanic drumming tracks with callback for shamanic journeying. Five, ten and 15 minute tracks with buffalo drum and rattle. Meditation track included to charge and protect energy body before journeying.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Sunlight Protection Meditation (feat. Lindsay Barn)
12:12 $2.50
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2. Solo Buffalo Drum With Callback (5 Mins)
5:55 $2.50
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3. Solo Buffalo Drum With Callback (10 Mins)
10:58 $2.50
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4. Solo Buffalo Drum With Callback (15 Mins)
15:56 $2.50
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5. Buffalo Drum With Rattle and Callback (5 Mins)
5:51 $2.50
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6. Buffalo Drum With Rattle and Callback (10 Mins)
10:50 $2.50
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7. Buffalo Drum With Rattle and Callback (15 Mins)
15:40 $2.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Drumming tracks for shamanic journeying, complete with callback and a meditation track to charge and protect the energy body before journeying. Drumming and meditation recorded by experienced shamanic practitioner, Taz Thornton.

Into The Dream: a shamanic drumming, journeying and meditation soundtrack.
Spoken word and drumming by Taz Thornton. Music and production by Lindsay Barn.

Shamanism is thought to be the oldest spiritual path and the shamanic journey is one of the core practices, used to
access non-ordinary realities, meet trusted spirit guides and, of course, bring back teachings for the self and the tribe.

Before beginning your drum journey, it’s a good idea to run through the Sunlight Protection Meditation,
just to ensure your aura is intact and your energy body is properly prepared for its adventures.

Be comfortable. You might want to be lying down, with a scarf over your eyes to keep out the light.
Focus on a mission too - perhaps going to meet and ask advice of your power animal or
spirit helpers, or working on healing for yourself. Hold this intention in your heart and mind.

Focus on a place in nature that can be used as a portal to the lower world - the domain of the
animal spirit guides. It might be a lake, a cave, a rabbit hole... anything that feels right. Don’t worry
about shape or size too much - you can assume any form you need during your journey.

When the drumming starts, allow yourself to be carried by the drum beat. Picture yourself at your portal and
move through into a tunnel. Keep following the tunnel until you reach a doorway, then step through and
introduce yourself to the lower world. Call out for your power animal and wait for one to appear.

Whenever you encounter a being on your journey, always ask if they are one of your spirit guides, helpers,
power animals or teachers. If they reply negatively, ask them to direct you to one of your guides. If it IS one
of your helpers, ask if it has a teaching for you and be prepared to listen with an open heart. If there’s time,
it’s a good idea to ask “what can I do for you?”. The answer to this question often brings the greatest teachings.

When the drum beat changes, it signals the time for you to come back into the room. Thank the being/s you’ve
been working with, say your goodbyes and follow the pathway back up to ordinary reality. Wiggle your toes,
wiggle your fingers and, in your own time, slowly, gently open your eyes, have a stretch and sit up.

It’s always a good idea to record your adventures in a journal, so you don’t forget any of the detail and you
can revisit them whenever you choose. Sometimes, patterns and further teachings will emerge over time.

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