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Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Music we love to practice Reiki by: “In a Distant Place”

I first heard R. Carlos Nakai playing with Tibetan flutist Nawang Kechog in Tucson, Arizona. I was attending teachings with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. One of the sessions included an offering of dance and music for His Holiness.

It was a warm evening and we sat outside under a full moon. Nakai and Kechog played this ethereal, haunting music incorporating Tibetan bells, horn and chant and backlit by rock outcroppings soaked in moonlight. Unforgettable. Pure enchantment.

“In a Distant Place” from R. Carlos Nakai and Nawang Kechog captures some of that magic with flute, drum, horn and Tibetan chant.

Editor’s note: If you look for this album on iTunes, search for “In a Distance Place.” They misspelled the title. Or you can just click on the In a Distance Place - Nawang Khechog, R. Carlos Nakai, Various Artists, Will Clipman & William Eaton button to listen and find out more.

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