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TWO EXCLUSIVE MEDITATION VIDEOS BY RILEY LEE

Best listened to in a quiet space, or with noise-cancelling headphones

MORNING MIST WINTER LAKE — 10′ video

IMPERMANENCE — 20′ video

Before you watch the videos, please read this first:

These two meditation music videos were created especially for members of “Riley’s Personal Music Group”.

In the videos, I create a music meditation on my shakuhachi, using a soundscape created by Timothy Constable.

To compose music in this way, that is ‘on the spot’, requires a fair bit of concentration.

The purpose of this type of meditation music is to help you develop the ability to concentrate on what you are paying attention to. Being able to do so is something that many of us now find difficult. This ability may in turn increase your well-being.  

PLEASE NOTE: These music meditations may not be what one often hears.  The music is not static, non-changing, ‘feel-good’ synthesised sound. It has both quiet and loud moments, ups and downs, just like you do.

Once you become better at concentrating, you can then begin to contemplate the music. That may take many listens. You will be drawn ever deeper into the music and into yourself.

If you think someone would like these videos, please ask them to them sign up to my Personal Music Group, and I will gladly tell them how to access the videos.

MORNING MIST WINTER LAKE

Riley’s 10-minute meditation music video

IMPERMANENCE

Riley’s 20-minute meditation music video

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