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Rixa White, an unorthodox artist from the new wave of New Age musicians is the first to promote rebellion over relaxation in this genre, encouraging his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel. His iconic image, a long-haired man in plain white, hiding his face behind a white mask visualizes rebellion against all masks that we wear in life, “One Mask to hide them all”. His sensational rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music and deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Listeners are responding more favorably to this new hybrid music that demands their sub-conscious and capture their imagination. But, the question is how dangerious is, asking young listeners with a strong desire toward rebellion to explore new sonic landscapes that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation. Can such a music cause more riots in London or NewYork streets. Many of us have not forgotten the terror and fear on London riot days yet.

Is “What’s Real?” album by Silentaria a sensational rebellion or a mystical message?!

Listen to its title track where a sensual breathy female voice says “Nothing is Real” in reply to a robotic mantra questioning “What’s Real?”. This rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music.

Many deserted New Age music as its boringness and diluted therapeutic view ruined the epic elemental part of it; however, a new wave of New Age artists is rising from the ashes along with elements of Electronic and Progressive Rock.

This new fusion music is mysterious, sensational and sensual spiritual. It can be called contemporary classical or neo-classical, but I think this new wave deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Music stores may continue to put it in “New Age” category, but this aggressive music is definitely not suitable for local health shops anymore. These new artists use computers, synthesizers, samplers and drum machines mixed with natural sounds or sampled acoustic instruments to create complex textures and multi-layered rhythms.

One of the rising stars in this “Rebellious New Age” genre that encourages his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel is Rixa White; the masked man in white behind Silentaria musical project.

As the first New Age artist that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation, he uses his sensual music as a vehicle to encourage doing things outside the rules. He believes persuading a particular constant belief will lead to conformity and obedience.

His fans describe Rixa White music as: a. A conceptual music for people that are self-thought b. Not a gimmick for standard human/sheep that follows the herd c. A great music while drinking wine with a beautiful lady and talking d. A sensual spiritual music that is great to play while watching a fish tank in a dark room

P.S.: Another strange thing about Rixa White, rather than his music is that you cannot find an unmasked photo of him on the net. I searched, but no luck.

Rixa White, an unorthodox artist from the new wave of New Age musicians is the first to promote rebellion over relaxation in this genre, encouraging his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel. His iconic image, a long-haired man in plain white, hiding his face behind a white mask visualizes rebellion against all masks that we wear in life, “One Mask to hide them all”. His sensational rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music and deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Listeners are responding more favorably to this new hybrid music that demands their sub-conscious and capture their imagination. But, the question is how dangerious is, asking young listeners with a strong desire toward rebellion to explore new sonic landscapes that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation. Can such a music cause more riots in London or NewYork streets. Many of us have not forgotten the terror and fear on London riot days yet.

Is “What’s Real?” album by Silentaria a sensational rebellion or a mystical message?!

Listen to its title track where a sensual breathy female voice says “Nothing is Real” in reply to a robotic mantra questioning “What’s Real?”. This rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music.

Many deserted New Age music as its boringness and diluted therapeutic view ruined the epic elemental part of it; however, a new wave of New Age artists is rising from the ashes along with elements of Electronic and Progressive Rock.

This new fusion music is mysterious, sensational and sensual spiritual. It can be called contemporary classical or neo-classical, but I think this new wave deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Music stores may continue to put it in “New Age” category, but this aggressive music is definitely not suitable for local health shops anymore. These new artists use computers, synthesizers, samplers and drum machines mixed with natural sounds or sampled acoustic instruments to create complex textures and multi-layered rhythms.

One of the rising stars in this “Rebellious New Age” genre that encourages his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel is Rixa White; the masked man in white behind Silentaria musical project.

As the first New Age artist that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation, he uses his sensual music as a vehicle to encourage doing things outside the rules. He believes persuading a particular constant belief will lead to conformity and obedience.

His fans describe Rixa White music as: a. A conceptual music for people that are self-thought b. Not a gimmick for standard human/sheep that follows the herd c. A great music while drinking wine with a beautiful lady and talking d. A sensual spiritual music that is great to play while watching a fish tank in a dark room

P.S.: Another strange thing about Rixa White, rather than his music is that you cannot find an unmasked photo of him on the net. I searched, but no luck.

Don’t go to the medicine cabinet and take a pill the next time you feel worried or stressed out. Tranquilizers can be dangerous and should be avoided if possible. You would be better off learning how to meditate. Even better, try relaxation CDs.

There are any number of relaxation CDs available in record stores. Some of them are hypnosis CDs and others of them are simply soothing music, such as New Age music. The ones that most people find work the best for them, though, are brainwave entrainment CDs.

Brainwave entrainment is a proven, scientifically verifiable way to relax. Our brains are always emitting brainwaves. The beta range of frequencies is the range associated with our normal waking state of consciousness. Beta waves cover a broad spectrum of brainwaves, from a high of 38 hertz to a low of 12 hz. The more anxious or stressed we are, the high the frequency.

The reason they are called brainwaves is because that’s what they look like on an EEG readout. They look something like waves on the sea. What scientists have learned is that when a person listens to sound pulses that match brainwave frequencies, their brainwave patterns naturally follow.

Relaxation CDs use this principle and have these beats as part of their soundtrack and often include music, as well. In most of these CDs, the pulses begin very fast. The reason for this is because it’s easier for your brain to first entrain to a frequency close to the one it is in at the beginning of the session.

As the CD continues, the beats gradually slow down at your brain follows in what’s known as the Frequency Following Response. There is nothing you have to do to make this happen. It happens naturally. After five minutes or so, the beats will go into the alpha range, below 12 hertz. Then you will feel yourself begin to relax naturally.

When your brain is entrained to between 8 and 12 hertz, you have entered the alpha range of frequencies. The alpha range is the range of frequencies of relaxation. You will automatically feel your anxieties melt away. As your brain is guided into even quieter states, you enter a deep state of meditation. If you have never experienced deep meditation before, you will find that it is a wonderfully relaxing state to be in.

You can also get CDs that guide your brain into the even deeper theta and delta frequencies. We naturally dip into the theta state when we are in a dreaming state of consciousness. Delta is the unconscious state of deep sleep. While some people fall asleep during a theta session, it is possible to have extraordinary paranormal experiences in the theta brainwave state. Those who do fall asleep the few few times often have remarkable experiences later.

The most remarkable thing about relaxation CDs that use brainwave entrainment technology is that they work on anyone. Many people are amazed by just how effective they are and report going from a state of high anxiety to one of tranquility in 10 minutes or less. Meditators report that they have meditated deeper than ever before when using one of these CDs. If you are curious, you can find demo tracks online and see for yourself.

Rixa White, an unorthodox artist from the new wave of New Age musicians is the first to promote rebellion over relaxation in this genre, encouraging his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel. His iconic image, a long-haired man in plain white, hiding his face behind a white mask visualizes rebellion against all masks that we wear in life, “One Mask to hide them all”. His sensational rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music and deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Listeners are responding more favorably to this new hybrid music that demands their sub-conscious and capture their imagination. But, the question is how dangerious is, asking young listeners with a strong desire toward rebellion to explore new sonic landscapes that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation. Can such a music cause more riots in London or NewYork streets. Many of us have not forgotten the terror and fear on London riot days yet.

Is “What’s Real?” album by Silentaria a sensational rebellion or a mystical message?!

Listen to its title track where a sensual breathy female voice says “Nothing is Real” in reply to a robotic mantra questioning “What’s Real?”. This rebellious music sounds like a revenge against usual soft titles in New Age music.

Many deserted New Age music as its boringness and diluted therapeutic view ruined the epic elemental part of it; however, a new wave of New Age artists is rising from the ashes along with elements of Electronic and Progressive Rock.

This new fusion music is mysterious, sensational and sensual spiritual. It can be called contemporary classical or neo-classical, but I think this new wave deserves such a new name as “Rebellious New Age”.

Music stores may continue to put it in “New Age” category, but this aggressive music is definitely not suitable for local health shops anymore. These new artists use computers, synthesizers, samplers and drum machines mixed with natural sounds or sampled acoustic instruments to create complex textures and multi-layered rhythms.

One of the rising stars in this “Rebellious New Age” genre that encourages his listeners to connect with their rebellious part and question the beliefs fearlessly to awaken the inner rebel is Rixa White; the masked man in white behind Silentaria musical project.

As the first New Age artist that promotes rebellion instead of relaxation, he uses his sensual music as a vehicle to encourage doing things outside the rules. He believes persuading a particular constant belief will lead to conformity and obedience.

His fans describe Rixa White music as: a. A conceptual music for people that are self-thought b. Not a gimmick for standard human/sheep that follows the herd c. A great music while drinking wine with a beautiful lady and talking d. A sensual spiritual music that is great to play while watching a fish tank in a dark room

P.S.: Another strange thing about Rixa White, rather than his music is that you cannot find an unmasked photo of him on the net. I searched, but no luck.

Don’t go to the medicine cabinet and take a pill the next time you feel worried or stressed out. Tranquilizers can be dangerous and should be avoided if possible. You would be better off learning how to meditate. Even better, try relaxation CDs.

There are any number of relaxation CDs available in record stores. Some of them are hypnosis CDs and others of them are simply soothing music, such as New Age music. The ones that most people find work the best for them, though, are brainwave entrainment CDs.

Brainwave entrainment is a proven, scientifically verifiable way to relax. Our brains are always emitting brainwaves. The beta range of frequencies is the range associated with our normal waking state of consciousness. Beta waves cover a broad spectrum of brainwaves, from a high of 38 hertz to a low of 12 hz. The more anxious or stressed we are, the high the frequency.

The reason they are called brainwaves is because that’s what they look like on an EEG readout. They look something like waves on the sea. What scientists have learned is that when a person listens to sound pulses that match brainwave frequencies, their brainwave patterns naturally follow.

Relaxation CDs use this principle and have these beats as part of their soundtrack and often include music, as well. In most of these CDs, the pulses begin very fast. The reason for this is because it’s easier for your brain to first entrain to a frequency close to the one it is in at the beginning of the session.

As the CD continues, the beats gradually slow down at your brain follows in what’s known as the Frequency Following Response. There is nothing you have to do to make this happen. It happens naturally. After five minutes or so, the beats will go into the alpha range, below 12 hertz. Then you will feel yourself begin to relax naturally.

When your brain is entrained to between 8 and 12 hertz, you have entered the alpha range of frequencies. The alpha range is the range of frequencies of relaxation. You will automatically feel your anxieties melt away. As your brain is guided into even quieter states, you enter a deep state of meditation. If you have never experienced deep meditation before, you will find that it is a wonderfully relaxing state to be in.

You can also get CDs that guide your brain into the even deeper theta and delta frequencies. We naturally dip into the theta state when we are in a dreaming state of consciousness. Delta is the unconscious state of deep sleep. While some people fall asleep during a theta session, it is possible to have extraordinary paranormal experiences in the theta brainwave state. Those who do fall asleep the few few times often have remarkable experiences later.

The most remarkable thing about relaxation CDs that use brainwave entrainment technology is that they work on anyone. Many people are amazed by just how effective they are and report going from a state of high anxiety to one of tranquility in 10 minutes or less. Meditators report that they have meditated deeper than ever before when using one of these CDs. If you are curious, you can find demo tracks online and see for yourself.

Yoga and meditation are intertwined as health aids in our lives. Yoga gives us movements that are created to allow us to focus, meditate and have an improved flexibility and fitness. Meditation is a great way to relieve stress, gain focus and become more centered in yourself. Both have basis in ancient practices that are meant to improve health and well-being to bring about a much greater quality of life and a deeper understanding of who we are.

What do I need to be able to meditate?

Quiet is always the first answer and the second is time. You need to have at least a fifteen minute period in your day where you can take a break and focus on your inner self while meditating. It’s important to be able to quiet your mind and have no stress, so make sure you can do this alone, or with a partner who is willing to meditate with you, but mostly meditation is about taking a break from the stress and the hustle and bustle of life to gain understanding and perspective on ourselves.

What about music?

You should have some music to help you with your meditation. Most of the time when we use meditation we want to relax, so the music should reflect that feeling. There are many different types of music used but you want to start with some tried and true titles that have worked for others. The best meditation music for yoga may also be the best meditation music for relaxing as well. While you can perform a search online to find the right music and download the songs you find, let me start you off with some titles that have been known to be the best music for meditation.

* Massage- The Way You Dream

* Meditation — Somewhere In

* Relaxation — The Feel Good

* Spa — Essential Music

* Yoga — Healing Sounds

* Magical Relaxation

* Feng Shui — Beyond Silence

* Self Esteem is So Precious

* Sleep Solutions — Islands

* The Perfect Sleep Solutions

What else can help improve meditation and yoga?

You might want to invest in some scented candles and mats that will give you a great environment for performing your meditation and yoga. A set of comfortable clothes can help improve your overall experience with yoga and meditation and don’t forget the water that you need to be able to drink while you are performing your relaxation techniques.

Mediation and yoga are great ways for you to become more connected to your inner self and become self-aware. As you improve your overall experience with yoga and meditation you can enjoy the advancement you can make to begin to enjoy other forms of yoga and meditation to have an improved connection with yourself body and mind. There is meditation that will even connect you with some of your organs, but some great music and quiet will get you started.

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