Another work of simple meditative genius by the creative team of Daniel Kapelian and the folks at OMA Space, Seoul. This one marries my “Om Mani Palme Hum” chant alongside
The Evening Bell Chant begins the evening practice at Zen temples in Korea. It is also chanted at Zen centers established by Zen Master Seung Sahn (Dae Soen Sa Nim,
Zen chanting is breath-awareness with sound. Through soft-awareness of movement of breath, with modulation of sound and rhythm, we can notice the opening of a “space”, unstuck from the rolling
This blog could live on posts of the music of Nils Frahm (and Gustav Mahler), and a few assorted word-reflections on the meditative life, and be more than enough satisfaction.
Someone asked me recently for a recommendation for “meditation music”. I said, “The sound of the birds right now. That scooter riding past the window on the street outside.” I
A truly intense track. Needs to have sufficient volume — even more. Click on “1200 Micrograms DMT” and listen loud. (Thanks to a good student in Athens.)
I just came across this recording of The Heart Sutra in Medieval Korean pronunciation of the Chinese characters. It is very interesting. The original post says that “there are many
Played by the Maestro himself. What a priceless experience, this video, this music, this mind. As it turns out, “Mad Rush” (not the title that Philip Glass gave it) was