Sri Shanthi Bhavana / Peter Morley
“Celestial Meditations” – Peter Morley (Sri Shanthi Bhavana) created the original “CELESTIAL” album – his very first CD album – in 2003.
Since then it has been a highly popular album for many people, globally – and a highly successful one, selling consistently over that time. “Celestial" was never intended as a “meditation” album, more a relaxation ‘concept’ album – an aural experience, a ‘cosmic voyage’ – offering (hopefully) a contemplation on our existence in the greater Cosmos.
In 2020, 17-years later, in re-visiting this first album, Shanthi created a companion album, “Celestial Meditations” (his 23rd album) that, as a music soundscape – with its roots grounded in the original sound design for “Celestial” cosmic voyage – has its intention firmly focused on deeper, meditative contemplation, and spiritual connection.
“Celestial Meditations” – Deep resonant sounds of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Bells, Meditative Resonant Drones, Harmonium, Synth, Voice, Wind and Breath. As with a lot of Shanthi’s soundscapes that are intended for use as preparation for deep meditation, “Celestial Meditations” utilises resonant vibratory frequencies to create sympathetic ‘entraining’ with the brain, vital organs and the Chakra subtle anatomy.
“Celestial Meditations” is a companion to the original “Celestial” CD – complementary and, at the same time, a music and aural soundscape art piece that stands on its own. It is an aural exploration into the Mind, and an aid in manifesting tranquility and spiritual connection and “oneness".
5 tracks make up the “Celestial Meditations” collection – each track is 20-minutes, and the album is 100-mins in total duration.
Please Note: It is recommended that headphones or earbuds be used when listening to this album, in order to achieve the highest sound quality and enjoy the subtle tonal fidelity of the natural environment.
“May whatever merit flows from this creative work help to support the transition to Enlightenment for every sentient being”.
Copyright: Zen Music, 2020 / Sri Shanthi Bhavana / Peter Morley