...compositions that are perfectly attuned to creating an atmosphere that is both hypnotic and serene as you go in search of your inner realms.” —Ambient Visions
Yoga Meditations is a seamless compilation of arresting and meditative music that provokes reflection and stillness. Various instruments, including voice, piano, cello, gongs, temple bells, tingsha and tanboora, create open communicative harmonies that guide one’s meditative journey towards inner peace. The ocean waves between the tracks enhance uninterrupted music meditation.
Watch the video for “Light of Dawn” from Yoga Meditations.
The profits from this album are donated to the EarthSea Institute which promotes environmental awareness.
Flowing water winds its way gently, not with force but following the path of least resistance. With patience and persistence, water penetrates the hardest stone. These soothing sounds of flowing water, blended harmoniously together with the breath of bamboo flutes, overtones of Chinese harp, tones of sound bowls and soft gongs, can softly penetrate our resistances, allowing us to gently, gently let go.
Through his extensive studies of the healing impact of music, Sayama has created an intimate hour of music that sets a resonance to help release accumulated stress and blockages. In combination with the clinically proven benefits of massage, this musical journey can be an invaluable tool for our healing process.
Chi flows through the breath, love flows through the heart and intertwined, the energy flows through the hands. Music to encourage the flow of good chi and guide the hands of the practitioner.
There is a place where all energy gathers and from where all movement harmoniously expands. Sayama has masterfully crafted this album to flow with the qi gong form of modern day Shaolin master Shi Xinggui. Like the seamless sequence itself, this peaceful music will gently energize the body allowing the dust of a busy day to be swept away and replaced by an inner calm, a harmony with all life.
Sayama is a Japanese term that literally means “sitting on a mountain,’ and this perfectly expresses the intent of Sayama’s music — to instill serenity and peace in the listener. In his music you may find Tibetan and Japanese temple bowls, shakuhachi & koto, dizi & bansuri flutes, gu-cheng, overtone singing, gongs and various Asian percussion instruments...