Samma Sati: Right Mindfulness
"Samma Sati: Right Mindfulness" Music for Mindful Contemplation (61:51). Released: June 15, 2007 Original music recorded at Energi Music Studio – Santa Barbara
Harmonium, Tambora, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Tibetan Prayer Bells, Karatalas Cymbals Samples: Tibetan Singing Bowls (FreeSound Project / Files: 1536_hanstimm_BowlHtc, 825_djgriffin_tibetan_buddhism, 2166_suburban_grilla_bowl_struck)
Timed meditation sessions, especially designed for walking, sitting and meditation preparation, featuring soothing music of Harmonium and Tibetan Singing Bowls. A Sati (mindfulness) bell begins and finishes each session.
"Samma Sati" takes its name from the ancient Pali language, and literally means, Right Mindfulness – one of the principle steps of The Noble Eightfold Path, from the “Magga-vibhanga Sutta” teachings taught by Buddha Sakyamuni – and of great importance to Buddhist practitioners.
Sparse use of the Tibetan Singing Bowls, together with a cycling Tambora phrase imparts a peaceful hypnotic feeling.
"Samma Sati" is relaxation music and is ideal as a meditation timer – each track contains a Sati (Mindfulness) bell at the beginning and the end. Especially designed for deep devotional immersion meditation, (walking as well as sitting practice) and meditation preparation, it is also useful for yoga or just as calming background music in restful environments, such as spas, or at home. This track is designed in three version-lengths for individual meditation requirements: 10-minute, 20-minute and 30-minute… or you can play the whole 60-minutes of calming music rhythms.
A Sati (Mindfulness) bell begins and finishes each section.