Thanks, Bob. St. George ran deep and blessed so many in his quiet way.
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, Oct 6, 2009
Thanks, Bob. St. George
ran deep and blessed so
many in his quiet way.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, medit8ionsociety <no_reply@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, Carole Gray <carole.gray18@> wrote:
> > I love all of the names that have been mentioned (especially Bob Dylan) but to meditate I truly need instrumental and no lyrics - it's probably just me.
> > My friend has a CD titled Solitude that's my favorite - you can get thru cdfreedom.com - it's just up my alley and switches my brain from 'racing' to 'quiet' mode. I also know someone who has listened to it and said that when she fights with her husband, if they slip that into the cd player, it's sort of a 'mediator' - a word close to 'meditater' - !
> One of my favorite "just instrumental" meditative
> music delights is a not well known St George gift
> that is titled Wonderwall. Samples of its tracks
> can be found here:
> And I think it well proves that we really can
> Get high with a little help from my friends.
> Peace and blessings,
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