The Moses Code Frequency Meditation

  • by James F. Twyman
  • Narrated by James F. Twyman
  • 1 hrs and 17 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

In the appendix to the book The Moses Code, author and sound-healing pioneer Jonathan Goldman shares an amazing discovery he made while working with James Twyman. Now, for the first time, an ancient form of Kabbalistic numerology called Gemantria is being combined with the name of God that was given to Moses at the burning bush: I AM THAT I AM. These are frequencies that have never been made public before, and they unlock the power of the Moses Code in profound ways. The basis of this recording is the tuning forks Jonathan designed that correspond to the Gemantria of the Holy Name. Two 20-minute versions of the meditation are being offered on this program. The first is for deep meditation, and the second (with guitar accompaniment) is for a more active meditation. Also on this program are seven James Twyman songs that were featured in The Moses Code movie, including "The One", which was written for the author's wife, Linda.

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I totallly agree with the other reviewers...

Loved the book, wanted to expand it further into my psyche by purchasing this "frequency meditation". There are two tracks that remotely seem to be meditation tracks, but these are like 40 minutes into the recording itself. It says that 2 - 20 minute meditation tracks are included but they are NOT that long. Notice in the description it says: "Also on this program are seven James Twyman songs that were featured in The Moses Code movie, including "The One", which was written for the author's wife, Linda." THAT'S what this is: 90% soundtrack and self-indulgent music written by the author, 10% what the rest of us THOUGHT we were buying. Calling it a "FREQUENCY MEDITATION" is incredibly misleading, but I doubt it would ever sell if it were called the "Soundtrack, plus two bonus recordings". They completely reversed the marketing to focus on the meditations, which is what all of us really wanted. They were smart to do that, so that it sounded more appealing and would actually SELL, but I feel totally duped.
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- Jan

Doesn't offer much

I bought this audio book because I am interested in meditation and sound therapy. I thought there would be more in the book regarding the tuning forks, and meditations set to particular sound frequencies. That is not the case. The first 2 songs were melodic and relaxing but there was no information at the start to advise these were the meditation pieces. Then it just became a music CD that doesn't interest me at all. This should be advertised as a movie sound-track with "bonus" melodies for meditation if you choose. This was a waste of a credit.
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- S.L.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-31-2008
  • Publisher: Hay House