15 Minute Guided Meditation Music (Relaxation)
30 Minute Meditation Music (Deep Sleep - Relaxation)
Eastern Science Meditations, Mindfullness, and Relaxation. We do not align ourselves with one spiritual path or religion. Instead, we have chosen what worked best for us. We also draw heavily upon modern scientific findings which confirm that meditation and mindfulness are great for the mind, body, and spirit.
Our meditation techniques, as well as our philosophy, are inspired heavily by Eastern philosophies like Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, as well as Western Spiritual paths like Kaballah and Hermeticism.
We also embrace the use of technology to help induce meditation and mindfulness. Our Meditations are based on over a decade of experience recording and working with synthesizers and sound collage to affect the mind and soothe the soul.
Meditation has it’s root far back in the history of our world. Generations of wise people across the world have focused inward to learn more about the mind, body, and spirit.
Today, scientists can study the exact change meditation has on the brain and the results are good. Harvard researchers found very promising results when they studied the effects of meditation on the mind and body. Their research showed that meditation could bring “benefits against an array of conditions both physical and mental, including irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, psoriasis, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.”
Monks, wisemen, and mystics have known the positive benefits of meditation for centuries, however, it is when top researchers at Universities as prestigious as Harvard are willing to back up our believes with hard evidence.
Eastern Science Meditations, Mindfulness, and Relaxation Videos are designed using the best of both science and ancient wisdom. In today’s modern world, it is important for many of us to embrace the modern age while also staying grounded by studying and practicing meditation.
As technology develops at an ever increasing rate, the human mind can find it hard to cope. Many of us spend most of our days, plugged into our computers, digesting so much information that it can be hard to process it all. It seems for many of us that the more we absorb the worse our ability to focus can get. We have found meditation to be the best solution to combat the racing, unfocused mind that can develop after hours in front of the computer and one our phones.