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Bruce Lipton's Music for a Shift in Consciousness

Music CD
Publisher: 
Sounds True
 | 
May, 2011
ISBN:
600835182324
In stock now: 
2
$14.50 CAD
Banyen's Description: 

Why does music affect us so deeply? According to Dr. Bruce Lipton, it's because we don’t just listen with our ears: we listen with every cell in our bodies.

With Bruce Lipton's Music for a Shift in Consciousness, this pioneering scientist and author of The Biology of Belief enlists the creative talents of Grammy-nominated composer and master oboist Russel Walder to create a one-of-a-kind album meant to support change at the deepest subconscious levels.

Chronic stress derived from today’s high-pressure lifestyle is linked to almost every major illness people acquire. I believe Russel’s soundtrack can induce an inner journey of transformation that can restore health, enhance creativity, and reignite your passion for life.

Composed to facilitate a shift in brain activity from the dominant, highly focused, and excitable beta-wave state to the more relaxed, flowing, and calming alpha state, this richly textured and mesmerizing recording was mixed and mastered using the latest technology at director Peter Jackson’s studio Park Road Post in New Zealand. In addition to Walder’s oboe, keyboard, percussion and “sonic brewing,” the album also features bassist Tony Levin and vocalist Ginger Shankar.

Among the compositions on this journey are “Inescapable Brightness,” “Breathing in the Deep,” “Saphira,” and “Speechless When I Pray.”

Publisher’s Description: 

Why does music affect us so deeply? According to Dr. Bruce Lipton, it's because we don't just listen with our ears: we listen with every cell in our bodies. With Bruce Lipton's Music for a Shift in Consciousness, this pioneering scientist teams up with Grammy-nominated composer and oboist Russel Walder to create a one-of-a-kind album meant to support change at the deepest subconscious levels. Offered as "the soundtrack for the inner journey of transformation," this richly textured and mesmerizing recording was mixed and mastered using the latest technology at director Peter Jackson's studio Park Road Post and features bassist Tony Levin.

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