A radio interview from 1998, when I was exploring creating landscape music combining location recordings with electronic studio compositionl; and also becoming interested in the idea of creating music and sound for healing.
Playing didge at Clava Cairns, near Inverness, midwinter solstice 2007. A short video.
Toning, sounding and CD samples
Sounding On-Ah-Hum with movement.
Anna Gosling writes: “As an 11th-hour hospice volunteer, it’s my job to ensure hospice patients die with as much peace as possible. I use Reiki, Shamanic journeying, meditation, prayer, readings, and guided visualizations to do so. But most important of all, I use music – not just any music. I choose music that helps the soul free itself from the body, music that helps move a dying person from a state of anxiety or fear of death to acceptance, music that helps relax a dying person so that she can release herself to death in a state of serenity. And one of the CDs I use is Neil Wakeling’s Transcendence.”
Music to take you on a journey beyond self – wonderful to relax and visualise to. Original music also featuring resonant harmonic vocals. “taking you on a journey beyond self, being relaxed, grounded and energised, bringing a shift in energy and awareness.