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Thursday, January 29, 2009

What's your favorite Reiki music?

In a professional setting, Reiki is usually practiced with soothing music in the background, and many practitioners enjoy the same sort of background sounds when doing their personal meditations and self-care. 

Reiki Master Teacher, critical care nurse, hypnotherapist (and more) Lilia Marquez of New York City sent in a list of her favorite Reiki music in response to Beth Lowell's reviews of meditation CDs in last week's edition.

Here's Lilia's list:

1. Reiki - Hands of Light, by Deuter
2. Reiki Offering, by Shastro and Nadama
3. Sound Healing, by Dean Evenson and Soundings Ensemble
4. The Heart of Reiki, Merlin's Magic
5. Reiki Forest, by Sambodhi Prem
6. Merlin's Magic Angel Symphony
7. Shajah The Healing Touch
8. Merlin's Magic REIKI Space of Peace and Love

Thanks, Lilia. We invite other readers to add their own lists of favorite Reiki music, so that we can put them all together into one big list as a reference for all. To contribute your list, just add a comment to this post on our web site, or email them to editor@thereikidigest.com.

2 Comments:

Blogger Amanda said...

Oh I love having music in the background when using Reiki - it always helps to calm my mind and help me focus. My favourites are:

The Journey by Bliss
Journey to the Fairies by Llewellyn
Reiki by Llewelln
The Celts by Enya

I sometimes also use:

Solstice by Phil Thornton

I'll use pretty much any Llewellyn, Medwyn Goodall or other instrumental music if I don't have any of the above to hand but those listed are my favourites for Reiki.

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Beth said...

I listen to 'Spiritus', music composed with the intention of healing the human-animal bond. I look forward to checking out some of these other selections, as well!

7:08 AM  

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