Harmonic layers of mantras (Om, Hari Om & Shiva Om) interweave gratitude, joy and a longing to merge into the Universal. Gratitude & Joy — manifest one, the other will follow. Over an hour of one continuous track. Total Time: 65:01
|1. Gratitude Joy Part 1 10:12|
|2. Gratitude Joy Part 2 3:41|
|3. Gratitude Joy Part 3 7:21|
|4. Gratitude Joy Part 4 8:28|
|5. Gratitude Joy Part 5 4:25|
|6. Gratitude Joy Part 6 7:21|
|7. Gratitude Joy Part 7 3:41|
|8. Gratitude Joy Part 8 7:21|
|9. Gratitude Joy Part 9 7:43|
|10. Gratitude Joy Part 10 4:47|
[Gratitude Joy] brings a smile to my soul and a calm to my spirit. I was absorbed in a project while the music was playing in the background and suddenly I was smiling and started focusing on the music, thinking of how grateful I am to be alive and what a tremendous gift that is. Wonderful music to remind us of such things.
Here’s one for the hardcore spiritual seeker as a devotee. It just has three phrases for you and all have “Om” in them. A chant record with production values, these chants are the ones you do as just seek to merge gratitude into joy.
I’m very sensitive to all kinds of stimuli, which makes me a fussy spa customer. Usually something has to be changed. The table is too hot. The light is too bright. When the therapist asks me how much pressure I like, I say, “it depends.” I’m especially sensitive when it come to music. So much “spa music” is piano and flute, which is way too stimulating for me. But I would be perfectly happy with a new CD from Real Music called Gratitude Joy . It’s beautiful devotional chanting with Indian instruments like the tabla, and I love the idea behind it — gratitude. One of the artists, Anand Anugrah, says he is expressing gratitude to existence through a devotional singing of OM . It has timeless feeling that lets you float along, and I love it. If you like a lot of different “songs” it’s not the CD for you, but if you like beautiful chanting that is spiritual and soothing, it will put your mind and spirit at ease. The artists are Anand Anugrah and Paul Avgerinos.