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The Reiki Practitioner by Jonathan Saraga

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Album Title: First Vision
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012

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The art of Reiki is a craft that utilizes the channeling and manipulation of energy from source to heal a being using the hands. This song is a tribute to the practitioners of this craft, namely one, a mystical character whom functions within the setting of the album. This track, being the finale of the album, concludes the stories and relationships within and between each one. First Vision is more than a collection of songs; it is a musical documentation of many different states of consciousness that have emerged in order to further understand themselves; apparently, through the perception of all who will listen.

Track Listing

Guidance; Rebellion; Recurring Dream; Wandering Child; Rampant Teddy Bear; The Reiki Practitioner.

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Additional Personnel

Jonathan Saraga: trumpet, flugelhorn; Colin Gordon: alto saxophone; Peter Park: guitar Jeff Dingler: bass; Gusten Rudolph: drums.

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November 1, 2012

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