By Susan G
Date Added: Tuesday 26 November 2013
The Five Touches is exactly what I was looking for. The guided meditation restores perspective and balance and makes sufficient space for healing.
By Angela Robinson
Date Added: Thursday 27 August 2009
This recording is a favorite in our household, and I have shared it with friends many times. At times in my life, I have listened to the deep relaxation soundtrack daily as a way to ground myself before entering the workplace, or before going to sleep. The Touching the Earth practice is moving, profound, and beautiful. This is a wonderful recording both for those who have already practiced with Thich Nhat Hanh and Sister Chan Khong, and those new to these wise, gentle teachers.
Date Added: Wednesday 21 August 2013
TNH's part is calming, peacefully urging us to gently surrender as he describes the intent of the 5 prostrations. He does not describe how to do the prostrations, just the meaning and what you're to be clearing. 5 stars for this part.
The second half is a woman singing. I'm not sure about what, it's a shrill asian tone that doesn't settle with me. So because of this, I'm giving 4 stars. Buy it on sale is my recommendation!
By Kristi Gabriel
Date Added: Thursday 5 May 2011
Have always loved Hanh's work. Did not enjoy the deep relaxation at all. Female voice was just not soothing to me.