These two Turning In tracks, Ho'oponopono and Thunderbird, are designed to gently guide you into states of deep relaxation, emotional release and inner peace, achieved through underlying binaural frequencies – frequencies designed to physically stimulate the human mind. This helps your body to naturally release its own destressing hormones, allowing you to breathe deeper, help your physical and spiritual body to rebalance and to recover quickly from the rigors of everyday life.
How do the binaural Turning In soundscapes help do this? They assist you by:
"lush, crisp and sonically unique"
It was lush, crisp and sonically unique. All the tracks had tremendous aesthetic depth, and that in and of itself added depth to my meditation.
~ Joe Kao
"for my non-meditating friends..."
"uncovering held emotions..."
How To Use Turning In Meditations
Play Turning In when you want to de-stress, re-energize, recover from jet-lag, do yoga or meditation, want to experience deep relaxation. Because of the binaural frequencies, headphones are required for optimal effect.
Turning In Meditation can be played on any computer, MP3 player or smart phone. (Though it must be downloaded to your computer first).
The Story Behind this Collaboration
John Dupuy (CEO of iAwake) and Nadja Lind have been very good Integral friends for many years, and recently she shared with him that she was making binaural tracks. Nadja has been creating and spinning Deep Techno and Dub Techno music for many years and has a record label called LucidFlow, where she and her business partner, Helmut Ebritsch, also publish other techno artists.
Nadja said that, initially, she started creating these tracks for her own use - traveling long distances then needing to DJ at an event left her drained, and she wanted support to arrive refreshed and ready to go. She began sharing Turning In tracks with other DJs and friends who had similar needs, and they loved them and encouraged her to make them more widely available.
So, to our delight and surprise, we introduce you to Nadja Lind’s Turning In ~ Ambient Meditations
01 Ho'oponopono - from the Hawaiian tradition of reconciliation and forgiveness
Soundtrack was recorded in the beautiful and acoustically stunning Berlin Dome. The Ho'oponopono track also includes Nadja's voice occasionally and softly saying, "I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you."
From Nadja Lind, Creator of Turning In:
Wow! What a cool way to experience this meditation technology. The Ho'oponpono soundtrack is a profound way to experience the Hawaiian spiritual tradition. Felt an increased ability to forgive those that have angered me and caused me pain. After listening, the mantra will stay with you and you will find yourself repeating it long after the headphones come off: "I am sorry, please forgive me, I love you, thank you."
What is truly unique about Turning In is the ambient rhythmic quality that Nadja infuses into her binaural work. The night sounds of bats, cicadas, and birds on the Thunderbird track were recorded while Nadja was on safari in Kenya.
The thunderstorm sounds were field recorded in Berlin.
Perfect stuff...Thunderstorm is a really nice transition from the previous track, the spacious nature of it slowed my breathing, and the warm synth hits carry it perfectly. Great work!
~ Charlie Howell
Target Brainwaves - Theta 5Hz. Nadja uses oscillators rather than a binaural beat application to create the entrainment effects.
All drone waves are made from many different layers + separate filters on top.
Turning In ~ Ambient Meditations, for me, acts as a tonic against the strains and stresses... of everyday life.
I found myself drifting off in reverie and experiencing a deeply refreshing "time out" from everything, including formal meditation itself. Turning In ~ Ambient Meditations, for me, acts as a tonic against the strains and stresses, formalities, and sometimes seriousness, of everyday life.
What I love about it is that it's light enough to listen to whilst working, and yet powerful enough to meditate to if you want to go even deeper, and I found myself drifting between the two possibilities spontaneously.
For me it's struck a balance, and hence has a certain versatility, which makes it stand out from my usual choice of entrainment. Turning In: Ambient Meditation really slows down the pace and brings me to a place of deep peace, and I enjoy the chilled out vibes too.
~ Jamie Basil
a very beautiful way to experience an old Hawaiian spiritual practice.
Nadja Lind has the credentials: a DJ career that kicked off on New Years Eve 2003 and has spawned a typically globetrotting calendar (Fabric London, Time Club Manila, Tresor and Berghain Kantine in Berlin, DC10 Ibiza…), a production career that has seen several works as either a solo artist or with Klartraum production buddy Helmut Ebritsch, and the dizzying heights of being co-owner of the Lucidflow imprint, a record label which has started to rack up quality releases and remixes, seeing the likes of John Digweed and Hernan Cattaneo plucked from the catalogue, a strong seal of quality.
Her personal development and spiritual evolution led her to Ken Wilber’s AQAL map and the idea of ‘Integral’ many years ago which was the catalyst for starting her own Meditation Series. Initially to support her own healing process but quickly also appealing to her friends and DJ colleagues who requested more drone waves with the certain Nadja touch: The start of ‘Turning In’ Binaural Ambient/Meditation.
Turning In ~ Ambient Meditations
- 2 tracks (77 minutes total)
- Tracks accessible on the free iAwake Technologies app for iOS and Android
- 1 downloadable high quality zipped MP3 file – Mac and PC compatible
- 1 optional downloadable zipped WAV file – Mac and PC compatible
- 1 optional CD
- User eManual (downloadable PDF)
- Ongoing support (responsive email, active Facebook forum, FAQs, videos, audios)