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Namasté Healing

Namasté Healing by Various Artists

...A seamless blend of timeless healing music, perfect for finding sonic tranquility in a frantic world. —mwe3.com

By popular demand Real Music releases the latest in the Namasté Series, Namasté Healing. Healing gathers the most inspiring and restorative music in a meticulously curated compilation — bound to revitalize the whole you.

“Of one thing I am certain, the body is not the measure of healing, peace is the measure.” —Phyllis McGinley

Watch the video for "Sparks of Love," from Namasté Healing

Tracks

1. Whisper To Me 8:01 from Liquid Mind IX: Lullaby by Liquid Mind
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2. And the Light is Forever 3:21 from Imagination's Light by Kevin Kern
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3. My Life 5:03 from Spirit of Nature by Kenio Fuke
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4. Eternity 6:43 from Namasté Healing by
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5. The Blue Light 5:06 from Day of Life by Bernward Koch
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6. Heaven’s Gate 14:36 from Element Series: Air by Peter Kater
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7. Land of Forever 5:09 from Land of Forever by 2002
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8. Divine Oneness - Ekatmaan 6:59 from Divine Dimension by Rajendra Teredesai
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9. Sparks of Love 8:49 from Into Forever by Frank Steiner, Jr.
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10. Om Namah Shivaya 8:48 from The Way Home by Sacred Earth
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Press Acclaim

Michael Foster

Real Music has released another stellar compilation album this time with the theme of healing featuring ten of their outstanding artists serving up songs that will touch your soul and your body. Many times as we journey through this world which can very often be harsh and unyielding, we all are in need of healing regardless of whether that healing is for the body, or for the spirit, or for the mind. This collection of music will serve you well regardless of what kind of healing you might need. For those of us who have been involved with ambient and new age music for the last couple of decades, we know that the power of music transcends simple entertainment and many times can effect changes in the physical world through sound.
 
This collection gathers together songs from as far back as 1998 all the way through 2014 in an effort to collect in one compilation some of the finest healing music that has been recorded on the Real Music label.  Too often we think of healing as simply something that is a physical occurrence in the body as bones mend or wounds of the flesh heal over time. But our spirits and our minds can be wounded or damaged as we walk through our daily lives by the words and actions of others who are careless and do not consider the consequences of what they say or do. These invisible wounds are there nonetheless and can sometimes be healed through meditation or through the medium of music which can bring a heart or spirit to a place of peace which will allow it to heal these invisible hurts.
 
Namasté Healing brings some wonderfully peaceful music to bear on these invisible wounds which acts as a salve to bring relief to hurts that cannot readily be put into words.  With the talents of artists such as Liquid Mind (aka Chuck Wild), Peter Kater, Kevin Kern, and Kenio Fuke it is easy to see how this collection would be very helpful for anyone looking to quiet their minds and spirits so as to allow a deeper connection to self and to whatever a person links to in their understanding of the spiritual realm. The music chosen for this collection is both contemplative and reverential in that it allows a person to release those things that have wounded them and then to seek healing through the soothing and reflective music of these artists.
 
The calming effect of music is uncanny and you can feel the tensions drain out of your body as the songs of this collection immerse you in a warm blanket of reassurance and acceptance. Some of my favorite from this collection are “And the Light is Forever” by Kevin Kern, “My Life” by Kenio Fuke, and “Sparks of Love” by Frank Steiner, Jr. because they capture the very essence of this collection in that they are the very definition of the relaxing atmosphere that this collection hopes to create. All of the songs in this collection are worthy of being here and each will contribute to the overall healing of mind and spirt as they individually and collectively move the listener into a state of mind that will allow the extraordinary healing abilities that we all have within us to recover from even the worst of days, if we would but let ourselves be at peace for just a few moments. Running time on this album is around 66 minutes and that will surely give you time enough to begin the healing process in your own life. Recommended!

Real Music’s “Namasté” series was created to present listeners with music for better well-being and spiritual exploration. With Namasté Healing, the focus is on softer music that has a meditative feel to it, providing an ideal backdrop for any and all healing activities you embark on. The album starts with the sublime synthesizer fantasias of Liquid Mind — a light and lulling introduction to the set. Kevin Kern’s piano playing, here represented with “And the Light is Forever,” is emotional and sweet, helping to build the tranquility level as the album progresses to its middle. The roster includes many of Real Music’s best relaxation-themed artists (Peter Kater, 2002, Bernward Koch, Kenio Fuke, etc.) which together provide a tapestry of healing with sublime Asian accents. The Asian flavors are particularly noteworthy on later tracks by flutist Rajendra Teredesai and flute/vocal duo Sacred Earth. This is a wonderful atmosphere album for anyone looking for stress relief and music for meditation.

Robert Silverstein

The 2014 CD release on Real Music of Namasté Healing presents a cross section of classic New Age instrumental music. Ten different Real Music artists have a track a piece on the CD and the results are a seamless blend of timeless healing music, perfect for finding sonic tranquility in a frantic world. The CD features ten classic Real Music tracks that spans 1998 to 2014. The collection starts off with healing music genius Chuck Wild and goes on to feature a stellar assortment of music by a number of Real Music artists including Kevin Kern, Kenio Fuke, The Haiku Project, Bernward Koch, Peter Kater, 2002, Rajendra Teredesai, Frank Steiner, Jr. and Sacred Earth. The term Namasté means “I bow to you” in Sanskrit and the liner notes point out the musical intention here is to keep us centered, inwardly poised and mentally protected. Each of the artists on this CD are clearly at the top of their game in the New Age / healing / ambient electronic music genre and overall, Namasté presents illuminating insights into the regenerative and reflective power of music. Fans of Real Music and their gifted roster of artists, need look no further than the healing sound of Namasté.

James McQuiston

The 2014 edition of Namasté Healing provides listeners with a wide array of compositions from an equal diverse collection of Real Music artists. This compilation contains tracks from Liquid Mind, Kevin Kern, Kenio Fuke, Haiku, and Bernward Koch (amongst others).

Liquid Mind’s “Whisper to Me is” an eight-plus minute track that is incredibly sedate and organic. The progression of this composition is organic, ensuring that listeners are able to meditate or move through a variety of household chores. Kevin Kern’s “And the Light is Forever” is a shorter track (about three and a half minutes), but packs a tremendous amount of influences and dense arrangements into the smaller space. Kenio Fuke’s “My Life” is a tremendously tender track, with the piano work providing a close and calming feeling for listeners. Bernward Koch’s “The Blue Light” has a quicker tempo than many compositions on this compilation, but covers considerable ground – the quicker and slower movements make this into a tremendously effecting track. The compilation ends with Sacred Earth’s “Om Namah Shivaya,” which immediately places a flute in the forefront. This late-disc expansion of sound provides a nice conclusion to a great selection of tracks - Namasté Healing will get listeners into a great mind set, no matter what activities in which they are involved.

Top Tracks: “Whisper to Me” & “And the Light is Forever”

Chris Spector

A solidly tracked label sampler that calls attention to tracks from various albums that focus on music to bring peace and healing. It’s a nice trip through the body as well as the label’s back pages from the last ten years into the present. A sure bet to give your massage therapist to freshen up her music shelf; it’s anything but hippy dippy and sure to make an hour fly by all too quickly. Check it out.