Music Playlist: Mountain Moon

We get dozens of requests for Kai Chi Do music playlists.  The playlists take you through the journey of The Five Elements:  from Root, with Gary Malkin and Thich Nhat Hanh singing The End of Suffering, all the way to the Javanese Lullaby that delivers us to Earth.

Here’s a playlist we call Mountain Moon.

iTunes changes their library frequently, so they may not have all of the songs in stock.

We love to hear from you, so use the Comments link below, to send us your favorite music picks and we’ll try adding them to future Kai Chi Do playlists.

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  • Feliipee

    June 28, 2012, 6:52 pm

    Jan09 I wish I had the discipline to make a new plasyilt everymonth, but no, I tend to be a creature of habit with my music and refuse to budge on what I listen to until I find something new to add to my collection, which I’ve heard on the radio, and which has moved me. My kind of music’ is so eclectic that making a plasyilt encompassing all my favourites is IMPOSSIBLE. So I have to divide it into relaxing-instrumental-cerebral-electronic-moviescores and stuff-that-makes-me-want-to-exercise and 80 s-stuff-that-is-still-good and recent-finds-like-muse-snowpatrol- and hideous-pop-that-I’m-ashamed-to-admit-I-like-as-in-lady-gaga . Perhaps it’s the adhd that makes me over-compartmentalise? Or is that another disorder ?

    • Akhmad

      November 28, 2012, 12:22 am

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