Vicki Richards


Cleansing Waters: Pura Vida

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  • Label: Temple Street Music, Inc
  • Release: 01 Jul, 2009
  • Catalog No: 097371400126

Cleansing Waters: Pura Vida by Vicki Richards
© Copyright – Vicki Richards / Temple Street Music (097371400126)
At the core, this is a detailed body/mind visualization of about 25 minutes duration for people in the process of chemotherapy or in recovery. In the background are soothing sounds with 3 bonus tracks of beautiful, uplifting instrumental music. Supportive
Genre: Spoken Word: Inspirational
Release Date: 2009

  1. Introduction 4:39 FREE
  2. Guided Imagery (Feat. Elizabeth Russell) 24:36 (download free Visualization Cleansing Waters)
  3. Time in Between (Feat. Amitava Chatterjee) 11:33
  4. Rising Sun (Feat. Amitava Chatterjee) 4:30
  5. Metamorphosis (Feat. Mitch Kopp) 6:44 (download free track)

Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.

Album Notes
Music is a healing medium…in the right hands… Violin and guitar compositions by Billboard, NY Times acclaimed violinist Vicki Richards, legendary guitarist Amitava Chatterjee and Mitch Kopp , guitarist follow the guided imagery track. One track, Rising Sun is guitar and Koto…lovely shimmering aural landscape. (Look for our other purely instrumental recordings)

Influences of Vipassana, Mindfulness Meditation, Chi Kung & Yoga traditions are bended into the healing guided imagery. This may help turn a negative, fear based experience into a more beneficial positive one. Survivors made this for you : ) Music helps get us through the most difficult times life and this is my contribution to those on the same road.
“As a psychiatrist in private practice and as educator of the Eriksonian method of self hypnosis, I highly recommend this imagery CD which fills the gap during the stressful time of Chemo therapy treatment.” –Josephine Perez, M.D. UM Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry, Who’s Who in Medicine & Healthcare, AMA Physicians recognition Awards

“A Powerful tool in the process of thriving past cancer. I recommend it as a way of fully engaging our mind’s help in your recovery.”-Peggy Rios, PhD, Program Director The Wellness Community, Cancer Support Community