Ancient Medicine

"Heal the soul first; then healing of the mind and body will follow" ~ Zhi Gang Sha

Highly recomended when studying, meditating, exercising and reading.

Here are a few of my favourite composers of all time, who's music was born not of this material world but from a place where the rawness of their true spirit rings straight out into the 'Luminiferous Aether!'. 

Throughout the years, listening to these has helped me to visualise healing energies shower over those that need it, (whilst in some of my meditation sessions) and they have also helped me to feel uplifted when down, feel hope against all the odds, feel courage where fear is rushing over but most of all love always! no matter what struggles or challenges there are to face and so much more!..I hope everyone who comes across these on here and listens to them, will enjoy what they hear. 

Thank you for taking the time to look! :)




Jo Blankenburg - The Architects of Cronos

A taster of his music.
Appreciating the skill it took to produce these phenominal pieces! Thank you! Jo Blankenburg (who's face is shown at the start of the vid) and his extremely talented orchestra!

Meditate on the natural world

One of my fave pieces! The visions I get with this one, always take me into nature and I've added pictures below that show a likeness to the visions I get whilst listening to this piece. Please take a moment to think of our natural world as our own survival depends upon it. Thank you!.

The great wildebeest migration in East Africa.

Great Reindeer migration; According to; Reindeer husbandry is carried out in countries throughout the Arctic including Norway, Russia and China.

Mother elephant protects her calfs

According to, Hatchlings use the natural light horizon, which is usually over the ocean, along with the white crests of the waves to reach the water when they emerge from the nest. Any other light sources such as beachfront lighting, street lights, light from cars, campfires etc. can lead hatchlings in the wrong direction, also known as disorientation.

Shoal of Life. A cormorant in a frenetic pursuit trying to capture one of the thousand grunt fishes. By Cristobal Serrano; African penguins (Spheniscus demersus) hunting underwater, False Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.

Here is a picture of a beautiful humpback whale. According to; Whale communication remains one of the planet’s most spectacular mysteries. Almost all whale species use a collection of low-frequency moans, grunts, and knocks or higher-frequency cries and whistles to navigate, find food, and chat with each other across hundreds of miles of ocean.

According to; Hardened by the harsh Antarctic conditions, leopard seals eat whatever prey is available to them, spanning fish to penguins to other seals. However, they primarily eat penguins, which they ambush by waiting underwater at the edge of the ice.

According to; The Wandering Albatross, the largest bird in the world by a wingspan of 11ft 6inches. Wandering Albatrosses are great gliders – they can soar through the sky without flapping their wings for several hours at a time. They’re so efficient at flying that they can actually use up less energy in the air than they would while sitting in a nest. Wandering Albatrosses have a special gland above their nasal passage that excretes a high saline solution. This helps keep salt level in their body, combating all the salt water they take in. Wandering Albatrosses get whiter the older they get.

According to; The Osprey never dives, neither does it seize the fish with its beak like the kingfisher. It plunges but slightly into the water, as otherwise it would not be able to use its strong wings and carry off its prey. In order to enable the bird to seize the hard and slippery body of the fish, it is furnished with long, very sharp, and boldly-hooked talons, which force themselves into the sides of the fish, and hold it as with grappling irons.

According to; Hummingbird species flap their wings at different speeds, with the giant hummingbird’s wings beating as few as 12 beats per second. Many species flap their wings between 50-80 beats per second, making them a blur to the human eye. But that’s actually slow for a hummingbird! When they dive, they can flap their wings up to 200 times per second. Their unique wings have made hummingbirds the most manoeuvrable birds on the planet – they’re the only ones that can fly backwards, and the only ones that can hover for such long periods of time because of their ability to move their wings in a figure-of-eight pattern. A hummingbird’s heart rate can reach over 1200 beats per minute – more than 20 beats every single second!

According to; Needing insulation from Arctic temperatures, snowy owls have a lot of feathers. This makes them one of the heaviest owl species in North America.Their feet are covered with feathers, like fluffy slippers. This provides ample insulation for the cold Arctic climate. Their wingspan is 4-5 feet on average. These powerful wings help them silently sneak up on or accelerate after prey. The Arctic summer forces snowy owls to hunt by daylight. Unlike most owls that are nocturnal, snowy owls are diurnal.

According to; Bald eagles tend to pair up for life, and they share parenting duties: The male and the female take turns incubating the eggs, and they both feed their young.They've perfected the art of stealing fish from other birds such as ospreys, chasing them down until they drop their prey. On average, bald eagle nests are 2-4 feet deep and 4-5 feet wide. But one pair of eagles near St. Petersburg, Florida, earned the Guinness World Record for largest bird’s nest: 20 feet deep and 9.5 feet wide. The nest weighed over two tons.

According to; Arctic foxes thick fur enables them to maintain a consistent body temperature and provides insulation. Plus, their short legs, short muzzle and rounded ears all reduce the amount of surface area for heat loss, and their feet are covered in fur. The Arctic fox has the warmest pelt of any animal found in the Arctic, enduring temperatures as low as -70 °C. Once conditions get too cold, its metabolism increases to provide warmth.They are primarily solitary animals living on the Arctic tundra and pack ice. They live in burrows, with extensive tunnel systems. But in a blizzard they are known to tunnel into the snow to create shelter.

On; PHOTO: DIANA REBMAN, USA - WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR On a bitterly cold morning on the Japanese island of Hokkaido, a flock of long-tailed tits and marsh tits were gathered around a long icicle hanging from a branch, taking turns nibbling the tip. Here, a Hokkaido long-tailed tit hovers for a split second to take its turn to break off a beakful from an icicle. If the sun came out and a drop of water formed, the tit next ‘in line’ would sip rather than nip. The rotation of activity was so fast-moving that it almost seemed choreographed.

According to; Being an aquatic animal is a weakness for the crocodile. If they have any confrontation with land based predators they are going to be wary since the crocodile is out of its element in fight on land. It’s easily strong enough to kill a lion, but a lion is much more mobile on land the crocodile and can badly wound, potentially even kill a crocodile.

Video shot at the Tadoba National Park in the Indian state of Maharashtra, shows an adult tiger face off with the sloth bear.

According to; The name “leopard” comes from the Greek word leopardus, which is a combination of leon (lion) and pardus (panther). Leopards don’t need much water. They survive from the moisture they get from eating their prey. Leopards’ ears can hear five times more sounds that the human ear. The leopard’s spots are called rosettes because they look like roses. The leopard is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List because leopard populations are threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, and are declining in large parts of the global range. Throughout history, leopards have been depicted in artwork, mythology and folklore in numerous countries. They are also now commonly used as an emblem in sports in much of Africa. Leopards grow from 92 to 190 centimeters (3 to 6.2 feet ) long. Their tail adds another 64 to 99 cm (25 to 39 inches) to their length. Males and females vary in weight. Females typically weigh 21 to 60 kilograms (46 to 132 pounds) and males usually weigh around 36 to 75 kg. (80 to 165 pounds). Leopards are renowned for their agility. They run up to 58 km/h (36 mph) and can leap 6 meters (20 feet) horizontally and 3 meters (10 feet) vertically. They are also very strong swimmers.They are able to climb trees, even when carrying heavy prey, and often choose to rest on tree branches during the day. One reason why leopards sometimes take their prey up in the trees is to ensure lions or hyenas can’t steal them.

Mother Protector

'A fly in my house heard this, and now it's a dragon' Great comment from Minebreak :)

THOMAS BERGERSEN! Never get tired of listening to his great master pieces!! This piece is usually depicted in various battle scenes, but I think the real battle we face is the battle within ourselves! If we can start to conquer that, then 'Victory' will be the helping hand you give to others!

Thomas Bergersen Two Steps From Hell - El Dorado

Absolutely love this one (amongst many), as I can hear the sound of Ancient Middle Eastern and East Asian cultures thrown into one epic track. Maybe a time when the Ottomans and the Mongols, left their mark in beautiful Turkey!

Thomas Bergersen and Nick Phoenix

A legend in the world of composing! Thanks Thomas Bergersen!

Mainly use this one for meditating, whilst sending healing energy out into nature especially because our wildlife didn't ask people to start destroying their world.

Ivan Torrent - Glimmer Of Hope (Epic Uplifting Drama)

A very East Asian sound to this one. Beautiful! Thanks Ivan Torrent! :)


Hope is the one thing that is stronger than fear.