“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” —Bob Marley
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Today’s focus is on Tibet, the Dalai Lama, and music from India and the Himalayas.
I have a CD that is from the “Living Wisdom”, a boxed set with cards full of quotes by the Dalai Lama, along with a small booklet and a DVD. It’s a very nice package and a great introduction to the Dalai Lama.
I enjoy music from India and the Himalayan countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. The music is earthy, as far away from the Billboard Top 100 as possible. And to me, it’s “real music” that stands on its own, and reflects the spirituality of its people.
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The Benedictine Monks Of Santo Domingo De Silos – Anon: Laudate Dominum, Qouniam Bonus Est Psalmus
The Benedictine Monks Of Santo Domingo De Silos – Anon: Vide, Domine, Et Considera
The Benedictine Monks Of Santo Domingo De Silos – Anon: Dominus Regnavit
Philip Glass – Escape to India
Philip Glass – Lhasa at Night
Philip Glass – Projector
Philip Glass – Move to Dungkar
Philip Glass – Thirteenth Dalai Lama
Philip Glass – Distraught
Philip Glass – Fish
Dalai Lama – Recitation to the Lineage Masters – The Dalai Lama
Dalai Lama – The Heart Sutra – Chinese Buddhist Nuns
Dalai Lama – The 3 Principle Practices – The Dalai Lama
Dalai Lama – Purification & Benediction – Monks of Namgyal Monastery
Dalai Lama – The Dalai Lama of Tibet – Nawang Khechog
Nawang Khechog – May All Be Kind To Each Other
Nawang Khechog – Chant Of Universal Compassion
Nawang Khechog – Finding Within The Way Out Of Suffering
Nawang Khechog – Om Mani Padme Hoong
Nawang Khechog – Rocking With Nonviolence And Peace
Nawang Khechog – Zen Sem Blues