The Blissful Bansuri

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Growing up playing music I first played piano, guitar and harmonica. It was as a blues harmonica player and singer that I realized I could play flute while standing. Ian Anderson was big then (Jethro Tull) and I talked to my band director and started the western flute. I was hooked partly because I began […]

Flute Music for Meditation

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As a teenager, I met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (when I was 14) and began practicing meditation every day. I am very thankful for this practice and all its benefits. Through the years my meditation practice has changed and grows ever deeper. Along the way I’ve come across music that supports the contemplative process. One of […]

What if We Were to Decide on Politicians Based on Their Musical Views?

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Romney and Obama debate about how to bring more Indian music to the USA……. from John Wubbenhorst on Vimeo.

Music and the Ecstatic Experience

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Music has always deeply moved me. I remember being in church as an 8 year old and being swept away by the massive organ in our church and the music of J.S. Bach. Later I got deep into the Beatles and at 13 got deep into the blues. I loved the earthiness of the blues […]