Mary Beth Ackerley | Intervals of Motion

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Intervals of Motion

by Mary Beth Ackerley

Shamanic journeying, trance, future worlds, deep healing.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Perception of Veils
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2. Flow
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3. Dead Zone Blues
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4. Harmony of the Center
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5. Song of the Soul
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6. Miasm Reversal
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7. Entity
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8. Bones and Drums
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9. Joy Spark
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10. Brain Stories
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11. Spacious
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12. Expression
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13. Abundance Symphony
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14. Creative Explosion
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15. Sky Dance
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16. Phi Harmonics
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17. Abundance
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18. Joy
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19. Post Atomic Light
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20. The Missing Gene
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Intervals of Motion!

Got your CD and listened to it 2 times through right away, and it is just wonderful what you have did with your new release. I'm so knocked out by what you did with this. As your music usually does for me, it was instant trance - just the sense of Journey was incredible. I was having some really interesting imagery of going into different "rooms" which were fractally connected, each door opening into a deeper space.

All of the pieces sound like they belong together. This is a really important thing. And the sequencing - the order that the pieces unfold - was just perfect. Fabulous sound design and production values. Nice reverberant spaces.

Anyhow - I want to thank you profusely for sharing it with me. I LOVE it! I will be listening more over the upcoming days and will send more comments
Shamanic Journey? Yes - and then some! This is some of my favorite music, and you are one of my favorite composers out of all the micro-folk I've known. You really connect with the 'true purpose' of what these tunings *can* be about. There is a dimension so beyond mere examples of tunings that we may go. I frame it still in terms of the Ritual Function.

The world needs allot more of this kind of music in my opinion. It is Strong Medicine. Thanks for gifting me with it kind Doctor.

With Many Luminous Blessings,
Jackie Ligon

Artist's Bio

I grew up in the vast cultural hinterland known as Long Island, where I played cello and organ. In college, I played cello behind YoYo Ma, way behind :-). But that was a significantly demoralizing enough experience that I gave up the cello, and went to medical school instead.

Ten years later, as I finished my residency in psychiatry, I realized that the prospect of spending the rest of my days treating patients was no longer appealing, so I went to Tibet. I had some spiritually profound experiences while there, and got in touch with a part of myself that I had buried in order to get through medical school. Upon my return I divorced and moved to Woodstock NY to be closer to a Tibetan monastery. There I began to pursue my musical interests

The music was a 'hobby' which has now taken over. Along the way I noticed that the music allowed me to let go of baggage the brain often creates without stepping into my own pools of resistance. And I am somebody who usually chooses to do things the fastest and easiest way possible!

With my medical background, I am fascinated by the healing properties of frequencies which are reflected in the algorithms. I also love exploring the different mindscapes of sound using mathematics, especially Fibonacci numbers.

I work with a number of "energy" healers, who provide me with feedback on how they see my music affecting bodies, which in turn is incorporated into the next piece. I enjoy this process even more when it is helpful to others in their own journey. A wry comment from XJ Scott captures that intent when he wrote, "Calling this music entertainment is like calling Chinese herbal medicine a snack!" More insight came from Kraig Grady who commented, "It's almost like you are playing yourself, shifting the energy of one resonant area to others.

I find that extremely perceptive, and I think it is one of the keys to my music. Its almost like I feel an idea and find a thread in myself that I can unravel that contains all sorts of information, attempting, through the music, to articulate the body, including its neurotransmitters and DNA.

Essentially, I create this music primarily to facilitate my own evolutionary journey as part of the "Paradigm Project" that so many of us on the planet are here to facilitate.

There is more I can add but I'm sure that my ideas, such as the relationship between mass consciousness and standardized tuning, will gradually emerge. Currently I am happily married to Alexander, (someone I met at the Woodstock monastery), and reside in Tucson.

Mary Beth Ackerley, M.D.

August 19, 2001-------


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Fancy a trip to Tibet? This intense, evocative, and unearthly electronic soundscape CD, inspired by the spiritual atmospheres of Tibet, will take you on an unforgettable and vivid aural journey. The reverberant spaces and distinct Eastern impressions within thick textures and layers of ghostly sound create a world that is powerfully imprinting, and yet abstract and otherworldly.


Kevin Riddle

Fast Track to Self Healing
This CD contains the best-of-the-best energetic healing frequencies that one could ask for, whether you're a healing practitioner working with clients, or a 'regular person'looking to improve or understand and gain additional insight into your own personal spiritual/life experience.

I've had the privilege of using Mary's music in my energy healing practice for several years now. Her work never fails to assist my clients (and myself, of course!) in clearing stubborn emotional blockages, removing outmoded thought/family/DNA structures, energizing new areas of insight and thought, and crafting transformational behavior patterns.

Very often, a particular piece on this CD will catapult a client past a point of stuckness and blockage, into an expanded space of self awareness, and eventually to a critical fulcrum point of increased personal power and forward movement within their lives.

I highly recommend this CD, and would advise every person reading this review to buy the CD and begin to listen to the tracks, in order. I predict you will be amazed at the evolutionary progress you make within yourself and your life, in less than 30 days.

Serge

wow - deep immediate trance
This music opens up parts of my brain I had no idea existed. Wow - I felt it working its way through my body like voodoo. I believe you - this is doing something to my DNA!

John Royce Winston

Can you say trance?
This is surely to get you in that oh so lovely trance state; I use it for studying or going on a little journey. Its the best.

X. J. Scott

Intense music, not for casual consumption
I have heard many CDs that claim to use special frequencies, or contain mystical healing powers. Typically I find piano music or tubular bells with ocean sounds or bird calls added. Relaxing, but not as advertised. Mary's work is very different in that it delivers. I can actually feel the chi being expertly manipulated by this music. She is the only composer I am aware of who has mastered this ability. This is not music for listening to while driving or as background music. It should not be used casually, nor taken lightly.