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Collaborations: The Becoming of Being (MP3 Download)
Master Charles Cannon and Patrick Bernard

Collaborations: The Becoming of Being (MP3 Download)

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The Becoming of Being (60 Minutes)

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Downloadable MP3 - The Becoming of Being … Celebrating the Sacred Feminine is Synchronicity’s latest Collaborations album featuring Master Charles Cannon and Patrick Bernard. The focus of the album is the Sacred Feminine (God as Mother) archetype in human experience.

The Sacred Feminine is represented in all wisdom traditions and religions. Five representations have been selected for this album. Their prayers and mantras have been woven into the meditative music as archetypal codes.

The music and voice of Patrick Bernard is sublimely ethereal and conveys the subtle beauty of the Sacred Feminine archetype. Master Charles has precisely woven sonic technology into this Sacred Feminine tapestry, rendering it experientially holistic. The result is a most subtle experience of wholeness or oneness, the unification in consciousness that is the hallmark of the Sacred Feminine archetype.

This soundtrack can be used for quiet meditation with headphones or as environmental music over any sound system to create a peaceful and meditative ambiance.

These meditation music soundtracks are created using Synchronicity Sonic Technology. They enable anyone to quickly have a meditative experience.

To learn more about Synchronicity High-Tech Mediation, click here.

to listen to samples of our soundtracks, click here.

5 Stars
The Becoming of Being
This is my favorite CD of the theta group. This music touches my heart; it moves my heart, and it makes my heart feel bigger. What I experience is my heart filling with love. And then I am home, just where I am meant to be.
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