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Sounds from the Soil: Songs of Tulsi

by Tulsi & Simone Vitale

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Anna I can’t thank Tulsi and Simone Vitale enough for this transcendental recording. I am Hare Krishna devotee and a bodyworker, so it is the closest music to my heart. My devotee friends and my clients are perpetually healed by Her beautiful sounds and Simone’s accompaniment. Jai Radhe! Jai Vrinda Devi!


Here is another recording of music of the plants. This time I have connected a lovely Tulsi plant to the U1 device and let it enjoy.
Tulsi (or Tulasi) is a variety of basil, often called "Indian basil" and it is considered sacred in India for it's healing qualities.
In the Hindu mythology Tulsi Devi was a fervent devotee of Lord Krishna and was turned into a plant by Lord Vishnu.

In the Skanda Purana it is said: ‘Tulasi is auspicious in all respects. Simply by seeing, simply by touching, simply by remembering, simply by praying to, simply by bowing before, simply by hearing about or simply by sowing this tree, there is always auspiciousness. Anyone who comes in touch with the Tulasi tree in the above-mentioned ways lives eternally in the Vaikuntha world."


released July 13, 2016


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simone vitale Wellington, New Zealand

Following the call for an ethical approach to Art as a contribution to our re-connection with Nature.
Promoting and ecology of sound and music where kindness an mindfulness are the keys to a deeper connection with ourselves and each other.

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