Reiki Essence

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Anuvida and Nik Tyndall, musicians with a unique feeling for mood and sensuality, have produced another musical artwork for use accompanying Reiki, meditation, massage therapies or other relaxing moments.

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Product Description

Anuvida and Nik Tyndall, musicians with a unique feeling for mood and sensuality, have produced another musical artwork for use accompanying Reiki, meditation, massage therapies or other relaxing moments. Reiki Essence is the third collaboration between Anuvida and Nik Tyndall. This is music for the relaxation of your mind and body.

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Artist

Anuvida and Nik Tyndall

Total Time:

54:44

Reviews

  1. The New Times

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    “The combination of Nik Tyndall’s and Anuvida’s music makes for a great end-of-the day trip to a land of soft light and gentle winds.”

  2. Bill Binkelman, Editor and Webmaster Wind and Wire

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    “This is the third “Reiki” inspired release from these two artists and it may be their best yet, if “best” is defined as music that instills a deep sense of peace, serenity, and warmth. It certainly stands toe-to-toe with the other two recordings (Reiki Healing Hands and Reiki Touch of Love) in every technical and artistic regard as well. Tyndall is a master at crafting synthesizer spacemusic that floats effortlessly along, carrying just a hint of mystery but with no underpinnings of darkness or shadow. His graceful undercurrents fit perfectly with Anuvida’s “kiboe” (an electronic string instrument that sounds like a harp crossed with the Japanese koto, but with a shimmering characteristic uncommon to both of those instruments) which frequently carries the vaguely Asian lead melody.”

  3. Jason Serinus

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    “My reiki master may be internationally respected, but attention to music is not his strong suit. During my level-two training, he played the same near-lifeless cassette of washed-out Vivaldi instrumentals on his wretched tape player so many times that one of his assistants finally muttered under her breath, I can’t tell you how many years I’ve spent listening to this awful tape. Forcing people to close their ears is not an ideal way to foster balance of Mind, Body and Spirit.
    Anuvida and Nik Tyndall’s Reiki Essence is a disc I should send my teacher as a birthday present. The music is intentionally repetitious. With virtually no key changes or tempo fluctuations, you’ll be hard-pressed to know exactly where one track ends and the other begins. Amazingly, it probably won’t grow tedious unless you play it nonstop for sessions on end. Instead, Reiki Essence should promote a state of floating rapture, one ideal for amplifying the energy many of us wish to share in our practices.”

  4. New Age Retailer

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    “From the opening notes of Reiki Essence, and throughout this entire album by Anuvida and Nik Tyndall, listeners will find themselves placed amidst a pleasant wash of ambient keyboards and the strings of the electric kiboe, a harplike instrument built by Anuvida himself. Although the songs have melodic structures, they are subtle enough to mimic the simple, natural rhythms of the body: the breath, the heartbeat, the pulse. The music will support such healing bodywork as reiki, therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and yoga very well. Your customers also might want to purchase Reiki Essence to support their personal meditation practices. Offer this album on your store’s headphones, and watch customers bliss out.”

  5. New Living-Nov 2005

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    “Perhaps their is no better Reiki music on the market today than those works composed by Anuvida and Nik Tyndall. Their newest release “Reiki Essence” puts you into a deep healing trance from first track onward. Tyndall and Anuvida have created their own instruments – Tyndall’s synthesizer creates a special brand of ‘electronic space music’ and Anuvida’s electronic harp, a kiboe, makes for a tranced-out CD and perfect adjunct for Reiki healing, massage, hypnosis or any of the other healing arts.”

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