This is the title track from Deuter’s CD album entitled, Buddha Nature.
Incidentally, I’m sharing this video and music because it’s one of my favorite pieces of music to play during meditation and during walks.
It’s very peaceful and puts one in a very good meditative mood.
Of course, you have to be open to the music and if you immediately write this music off as typical New Age, then you’ve missed the point of the music and its purpose.
Also, if you approach the music from a critical mindset, you’re not going to appreciate this music at all.
After listening to this CD countless times, it truly grows on you and you begin to appreciate it at a deeper level.
So, I would recommended anyone listening to this music to give it a try, and at first play it as ambient music, meaning, as background music. If you already meditate, having this music in the background will help one to get into a deeper meditative mood.
Note: A more classical and authentic work of music would be Tony Scott’s Music for Zen Meditation, another CD that I highly recommend for meditation, which features two Japanese masters on Koto and Shakuhachi, and the legendary Tony Scott on clarinet.