Mindfulness Meditation Music Tracks, their composition and their meaning. You will receive a copy of the tracks via email in a downloadable mp3 format. This is not a hard copy CD album.
1. Start the Workday – Base Chakra theme
Super-charge your energy for the day ahead and start with a calm, clear and motivated mind. For grounding and strength, this meditation guides you into a mountain landscape which energises and prepares the body for heightened awareness. Choose your theme for the day and gain a clear focus on your top priorities.
Music instruments: Bahai Bass Drum, Djembe, Mallet Bowls & Tibetan Tingsha Cymbals.
Base Chakra relates to vitality, earthing, career, material, community, tribe
2. Abundance & Receiving – Sacral Chakra theme
Great for bringing in the flow of support and resources. Align and replenish your energetic flow with a meditation landscape that involves sinking your entire body into a golden water pond. You will feel the infinite support of water bringing the support you require to help with abundance on all levels – people, financial, emotional, physical or spiritual.
Music instruments: Tibetan Singing bowls, Indian Tabla, Persian Santoor, Indian Sitar, Orchestral Tambourine.
Sacral Chakra relates to connection, creativity, inner child, emotional support, flow, relationships and boundaries.
3. Strength and Power – Solar Plexus Chakra theme (For a free sample listen here)
Recharge and renew your inner fire. Designed to power your central engine and strengthen immunity. Great for repairing the adrenals and any tiredness.
The visualisation involves a trip into the desert to receive purification and then lays your body on a rock to provide a solid energy flow through you central core system. The sun will revive you and reset your inner flame.
Music instruments: String section (Synth pad), Turkish Saz, Indian Sitar,
Bamboo Flute, Japanese Taiko Drums, Shakers
Solar Plexus relates to identity, power, will, strength, purpose, energy, self- esteem and vitality.
4. Creative Flow – Heart Chakra theme
Open up the creative spark of life within. Get the inspiration you need for creative projects & strategies in life and work. The heart centre is the most powerful in the body and houses your inner spirit. Cleanse yourself of any stagnation with a powerful visualisation that takes you into a giant lotus flower to rebirth that spark of life within. You will feel a letting go of old ideas and a fresh new creative flow.
Music instruments: Acoustic Guitar, West African Kora
Heart Chakra relates to love, joy, excitement, positivity, letting go, life force (prana), life purpose and passion and creative energy.
5. Release Conflict – Throat Chakra theme
Let go of any negative energy, arguments or business blocks. Free up any attachments you are holding on to. Working deeply on the throat energy point, this meditation guides you into the fire to purify and let go of any tension you may be holding on to – whether self-created or an outstanding conflict with another.
With a wise fire chief and a journey into the lower earth, this meditation is self-therapy at its best.
Music Instruments: Tibetan Monk Ohm Drones, Tuvan Throat Singers, Jawharp, Persian Santoor, African Udu, Liquid Frame Drum (Synthesis)
Throat Chakra relates to communication, expression, will, truth, authenticity, releasing conflict, releasing old habits and creatively expressing the true you.
6. Release the Workday – Third Eye Chakra theme
Unwind from the busy thoughts and stresses of your work day. Brings you back into your body and out of the thinking brain with a meditation on a mountain with the sun setting. Both calming and releasing, you will see all of the busy-ness of the day being cut free from your 3rd eye energy point whilst you are getting recharged on the mountain side. Go to bed clear and clean from the crazy day.
Music Instruments: Ambient Chimes, Bamboo Flute, Gasong Drum
Third Eye Chakra relates to intuition, insights, strategy, vision, clarity and the ‘way’ you see the world.
7. Super Charge Your Sleep – Crown Chakra theme
Get a deep and nourishing sleep to repair your senses. Talk your body into a deep rhythmic pattern with a guided meditation in a tree trunk. Feel yourself being rocked to sleep by mother earth in this dreamy and deepening visualisation.
Music Instruments: Hang Drum
Crown Chakra relates to your higher self, soul connection, relaxation, etheric body, spiritual balance and insights.
We hope you find these meditations new and refreshing for the business world and beyond.
Relax and Enjoy
Debbie Pask x
About the Artists
Debbie Pask – Meditation vocalist and mindful mentor
Debbie comes from a corporate board level advertising career where she learned the
art of meditation to de-stress and overcome health challenges and burnout. She now
works as a Mindful Business Mentor to help people balance the yin and yang in their
business life, to find balance and life purpose. Learn more about the programs and
tools Debbie offers beyond her meditation album Zen Business.
Having worked under famed Beatles engineer Richard Lush on hundreds of projects for TV, Josh, then a 23 year old, began forging a name for himself as a freelance producer, immersing himself in London’s Urban and Dance scene, and working with such names as Seanie T (Roots Manuva), Estelle (Kanye West). Josh returned from the UK to base himself in Sydney were he continues to work in both the Music and TV arenas. To date, Josh has worked with an eclectic array of recording artists including Daniel Merriweather, Steve Spacek, Mark Pritchard, Jade Macrae, Tyrone Noonan, Luke Dickens, Aya Larkin, Tina Harrod, Human Nature, Disco Montego, Thirsty Merc, Nikka Costa……..
Josh dedication to music and audio and broad understanding of it’s architecture combine to allow him to adapt to any project to create a truly moving soundscape. Josh’s compositional TV credits include Bondi Rescue, Guerilla Gardiners, and Recruits 1 & 2.
Bek Wermut started playing piano at the age of five and later went on to learn percussion and guitar. She completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in music and psychology in 2000 and went on to study music therapy in 2005. She has done extensive training in the use of rhythm for healing and wellness, and puts this into practice on a daily basis in her work as a music therapist. She also performs on various instruments with some of Sydney’s finest musical acts.