The complete collection includes the following 2 tracks:
- The 60 minute version of Grace and Wonder
- The Touch of Grace
Grace and Wonder is neither cheerful nor sad, but it does have emotional depth that can be hard to put into words. As you listen, you may be just as likely to experience moments of heartfelt joy as you are to suddenly burst into tears.
The emotional intent of the music is not clearly defined, and its atmosphere is somewhat abstract. It doesn’t tell you what to feel, nor does it build expectations or offer direction. You are free to be in the moment, embraced by the sound. And then, just when you least expect it, something inside you aligns, a connection is made, and you may be lifted into an entirely different state of being.
This may not be obvious to you at first listen, but there’s something about Grace and Wonder that grows on you over time. The music has a nurturing and hopeful quality that really “holds the space” during guided journeys, and it paves the way for access to states of consciousness that are not available during normal waking life. There is a power here that is both gentle and deep.
This music is well suited to any kind of relaxing media production, however I think it’s especially useful for guided journeys that delve into repressed or otherwise unreachable parts of one’s mind. The process of healing often involves exploring unfamiliar parts of ones inner self. These deeper aspects on mind and emotion may be difficult to access, or resistant to access without a strong sense of support and trust. This music helps to provide that sense of support, trust, and a ray of hope to see you home.
Comments on The Touch of Grace
I created this shorter track as an accompaniment to the music of Grace and Wonder. Its primary purpose is to be used towards the end of guided meditation and hypnosis recordings to help bring your listeners back to a wakeful state of consciousness.
“The Touch of Grace” builds on the gentle, nurturing tone of Grace and Wonder with an uplifting and heartfelt energy that will help your listeners come back to the waking world feeling both calm and open.