For over 25 years Max Highstein has created music and guided meditation recordings that spark the imagination, and heal the heart.
In Max Highstein’s catalog you’ll find:
• GUIDED MEDITATIONS
Max has made guided meditations for over 30 years, and sold well over 100,000 copies of his recordings in cassette and CD form, and now in downloads. From early work like the popular “Healing Waterfall”, to recent guided inner journeys like “Visiting Saint Francis”, these pieces are always of the highest quality, with moving scripts, gentle, caring narration, and beautiful music often composed specifically for each piece.
• EVOCATIVE VOCAL MUSIC
Flight Plans is a charming collection of songs filled with tenderness, humor, and remarkable musicianship. Catchy tunes, clever lyrics, and ingenious arrangements make these tunes compelling and memorable. Rich production includes full band with piano, soprano sax, cello, accordion, and more.
• CAPTIVATING INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
Airplay of Highstein’s instrumental music CDs Touch The Sky and Stars was so extensive that they helped shape the NAC radio format. Accessible music with richness and depth, this music combines elements of jazz, classical, and rock music, into something original, memorable, and fresh.
• HEARTFELT MEDITATIVE AND HEALING MUSIC
Max Highstein is widely known for a collection of music for healing and meditation, and has long been considered a master of this genre. Look to his CDs Path of the Heart, Daydreams, and the more recent Intuition: Music To Guide You Deeper, as well as a series of Music for Massage. These generously produced sets offer poignant melodies combined with rich arrangements, or hauntingly rich ambient textures. They offer the idea background for drifting deeper and deeper into the heart.
In addition to his recording career, Max Highstein is also a gifted intuitive counselor, spiritual guide and teacher with over 40 years of study, training, and practice on the spiritual path. He helps people in sessions, workshops and classes all over the world, both in person in his Santa Fe and Albuquerque offices, and by phone. Visit his web site, www.maxhighstein.com, to learn more.