Tibetan Chakra Meditations - Ben Scott & Christa Michell

Tibetan Chakra Meditations

Ben Scott & Christa Michell

  • Genre: New Age
  • Release Date: 1999-03-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15
  • ℗ 1999 Oreade Music

Tibetan Chakra Meditations ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Root Chakra - Evolution Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:02
Sacral Chakra - Fertility Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:58
Solar Plexus Chakra - Empowerm Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:01
Heart Chakra - Compassion Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:59
Throat Chakra - Communication Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:03
Brow Chakra - Perception Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:02
Crown Chakra - Divine Bliss Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:58
Sonic Massage Ben Scott & Christa Michell 2:49
Root Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:02
Sacral Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:58
Solar Plexus Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:01
Heart Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:58
Throat Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:03
Brow Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 5:03
Crown Chakra Ben Scott & Christa Michell 4:56


  • Tibetan Chaka meditions

    By Slower/lower
    Disappointed, liked first selection all the rest was not helpful
  • Tranquilizing

    By ingamitt
    I listened to this during my personal yoga practice at home and found it amazing. I teach yoga at a gym so there is a constant ebb and flow of people coming to class and their energy is often shifty and unfocused. I played this album during my last class and observed my students were much more centered and aware. However, after class I had a few students approach me to say that they did not like this music at all and it was likened to scratching fingernails down a chalkboard. I highly disagree and am willing to bet their ears normally hear nothing past what the radio feeds them. I'm tempted to bring my own singing bowl to class for a live performance next time.
  • Mesmerizing...

    By Edeseus
    I absolutely love this offering from Ben scott and Christa Michell. I listen to it with headphones and can really feel its power. It is incredible and otherworldly. Very highly recommended!
  • Amazing

    By hvyrocker
    If you like Chakra Chants you will love this album. Very clear audio. The noise the one obviously ignorant reviewer was mentioning is the natural overtones of the crystal bowls - if you listen to this type of recording with cheap speakers/headphones they will distort. Pickup a pair of studio quality headphones like the Senn HD280's and you will be amazed.
  • Very relaxing

    By Linois
    I used this meditacion after a surgery and it really helped me balance my energy and heal faster.
  • My Favorite & Most Authentic - Great added instrumentation with option of bowl only

    By MartinCA
    If you have held a singing bowl in your hand and made it sing then you'll know how well done this CD is. There is some vibrating - but that is what happens when you play a singing bowl and really keep the tone humming. It takes concentrated fluid motion to keep a bowl singing this long without a lot of vabrational bouncing. This is an excellent and authentic CD.
  • The best choice for chakra meditation

    By allisonats
    I have many similar albums but have yet to find one better than this one for chakra meditation. The more you listen to it the better it becomes. Each "song" seems to require the next in sequence. A well done combination of flutes and tones. Perfect.
  • A beautiful music

    By Grettel
    For any Yoga lover is a must, I use it for relaxation after a yoga session, it's a really a great experience, I recommend to buy the entire album. The sound is excellent quality.
  • Tibetan Chakra Meditations

    By Relax+
    Excellent! I like to listen inside the singing bowl!
  • Authentic and haunting

    By cpinegar
    The extraneous sound that one reviewer is referring to is not a result of poor recording, but of the authentic nature of the instruments being played. The bowls are energized either by percussive means or by rubbing the edges with something like wet leather in order to get the vibration going (not unlike playing crystal goblets with a wet soapy finger). The flutes and other percussive instruments are also authentic, so if you listen carefully, you might pick up some sounds of breath. Also. there is plenty of interplay between harmonics and dissonance, which create some noise inside one's head at times. Again, not the result of poor recording, but of dissonant sonic energies. You might even hear something like sand being swirled in the bowls. This sounds like noise to the western ear, but is just another dimension of what the instruments are capable of. So, if you want to escape from synthesized music, and experience the full range of what these exotic acoustic instruments can do, get this album.