A Unique And Rejuvenating Fusion Of Tibetan Healing Mandala Artwork And The Magical Sounds Of Ancient Instruments & Mantras.'Journies Into Bliss' Visual Meditations + Music is a slow motion unfolding of original hand painted works of art by Tibetan thanka (sacred art) master Karma Thupten, digitized and set to the music of Tibetan bell master Karma Moffett in Tracks One and Two, with music and mantra chants by Deva Premal, Miten, and Friends in Tracks Three and Four. Track 1 - 24 MinutesTibetan instrumentation by Karma Moffett, Use for: Deep meditation.
Track 2 - Continuous PlayTibetan instrumentation by Karma Moffett, Use for: Creating an atmosphere of beauty, calm and healing, Track 3 - 11 MinutesMusic with acoustic instrumentation and voice by Deva Premal, Miten, and Friends. Use for: Quickly and deeply focusing your mind and energy. Track 4 - Continuous PlayMusic and acoustic instrumentation and voice by Deva Premal, Miten, and friends. Use for: Create an atmosphere of beauty, calm and healing.
Run Time: 40+ MinutesFormat: DVD, Region 0 - Plays Worldwide
‘Journeys into Bliss’ offers a unique and rejuvenating fusion of Tibetan healing mandala artwork and the magical sounds of ancient instruments and mantras, conceived and directed by Melanie and Robert Sachs. The mandalas presented on this DVD are traditional geometric representations of enlightened universes designed to respectively enhance healing, rejuvenation, and wisdom. They are digitally arranged versions of original artwork by Tibetan thanka master Karma Thupten. The soundtrack was recorded while Karma Moffett was viewing the sequence of unfolding mandala images featured on this DVD. This enabled him to produce tones and harmonics that enter the physical and subtle bodies of the listener, to unlock blockages and move energy. You hear the music of Karmas 24 bowls (selected from over 5000 samples and took 26 years to accumulate), which allows you to internally experience their vibrations. The overall effect has been described by people who have experienced his musical compositions as "experiencing the center of the mandala", "a journey into light" while producing "a sense of peace, harmony and well-being."