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Description Shinobu Nemoto is a sound-artist from Kanagawa, Japan. You might know “Summons of Shining Ruins”, his solo-guitar project or “Dark Side of The Audio System “, a tape-loop-experiment. Under his real name Shinobu Nemoto mainly releases guitar-improvisations and field-recordings.
This second track is oriented towards putting one in a shamanic state while activating each chakra with it's specific resonance and allows one's Schumann experiences to be localized to the energy body. This exercise is good for meditation work with chakras, auras, and one's kundalini flow. CD 1 is oriented towards a concept of helping one expand outward and bringing the change from experience of altered states of a larger portion of the macrocosm back to the microcosmic energy body. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Home > Healing & Spirituality ScienceDaily, Nov. 4, 2010 San Francisco, CA (USA) -- Positive psychological changes that occur during meditation training are associated with greater telomerase activity, according to researchers at the University of California, Davis, and the University of California, San Francisco. The study is the first to link positive well-being to higher telomerase, an enzyme important for the long-term health of cells in the body. The effect appears to be attributable to psychological changes that increase a person's ability to cope with stress and maintain feelings of well-being. "We have found that meditation promotes positive psychological changes, and that meditators showing the greatest improvement on various psychological measures had the highest levels of telomerase," said Clifford Saron, associate research scientist at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain.