The Still Mind

Our world observed from stillness

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The Still Mind Digital Music Album Is Now Available!

Sound, a familiar thing it is,

Though from where does sound end and hearing begin?

A song must be heard to become a song,

Else the waves in the air just carry along.

All that exists is a child of sound;

Its constituent vibrations birth matter abound.

The song of a bird aids plants to grow;

An orchestra can cause weeping,

with the sweep of a bow.

Prepare to become a part of the song of existence.

Still the mind.

Relax the mind.

Soothe the mind with The Still Mind.

Go to TheStillMind.BandCamp.Com

to listen to – for free – and download the digital album for $7

Track list and discriptions:

1. Song of The Lonely Erhu
Story of a lonely Chinese erhu singing a song of eternal searching.

2. Guan Yin Dancing in The Pure Land
The erhu makes another appearance here, in celebration of the enlightenment of all existence.

3. Forbidden Love
An adventure in love that is decreed not to be.

4. The Middle Kingdom
“Zhōng Guó” in Chinese (literally “middle kingdom”; “China” in Chinese) is expressed here with music that needs no translation to be understood.

5. Song of The Sun
Peaceful, rhythmic music build around the 126.22Hz sonic hum of our closest star, the sun. A piece of music build to invigorate, and soothe. Played loud through speakers, it will cause healing vibrations to fill the room, employing the principles of cymatics to sync sonic energy patterns of matter at the atomic level.

6. Stillness in Movement
Soothing music to fall asleep by, commanded by the beautiful Shakuhachi flute. Perfect for bed time, or anytime when deep relaxation is just the thing that will hit the spot.

7. The Meditating Zither
A single Chinese zither playing in the midst of a rainstorm. Great meditation music.

8. East Meets West
A mellow, rock-esque melding of eastern and western melodic elements.

9. Vixen of The Ice World
Theme of an ice underworld princess who knows what she wants.


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Music For The Mind – Pansori 판소리, The Sound of Ancient Korea

Vibrations affect the mind, because the mind itself is energy. Vibrations are energy. This is why playing music for plants helps them grow, and why ancient civilizations established ways of singing and forms of music that tapped into the rhythms of existence. Even the Sun has a steady vibrational rhythm at 126.22Hz, which can be heard by use of instrumentation, and when tapped into, can soothe the mind. It is all energy, and the interactions of energy, the precise reason our brains are drawn to pleasing sounds.

It is interesting to note that in the world that we live in today — mass illness, and sickness of mind — there is a considerable lack in the ways of the ancients which kept them in tune with the way of the earth. Even ruling classes ruled in reverence to the heavens. The earth was the master.

Music and sound have an effect on the brain, and on matter itself, as evident by the extensive results found in the field of Cymatics. In Korean Pansori, the sonic registers of the of performer’s voice reach dynamics that our everyday speech patterns lack.

Please Enjoy!

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Music For The Mind – Song of The Lonely Erhu

Original music by me, from Still Mind ZENtertainment. Please enjoy!

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