Alan Roubik's Music For Your Health Series* CDs is like no other "healing" music on the market. It's the only one backed by science - magnetic resonance technology - and published in several million copies of Dr. Masaru Emoto's best-selling books.
Known in Japan as "hado music," this series of music is classically based with jazz and world music influences, making it most appealing to a broad range of listeners.
In Japan, Dr. Emoto's team of scientists played Alan's music to water, which was then put in a purpose-built room for observation as water crystals formed under cold temperatures. The crystals form beautiful shapes in sharp contrast to other types of music.
Dr. Emoto's theory was that if we are made mostly of water (70%), then the positive energy from music (as well as intention) can have healing effects.
The US Olympic Swim Team at Stanford University used CD2000 to train for the Olympics, doctors and therapist also recommend the series to their patients. Water crystal photos have been published in several New York Bestselling books written by the late Dr. Masaru Emoto. Click here to learn more about how this music was created.
Music For Your Health Series
Be sure to also check out Alan's other titles...
"Promises" was Alan's first commercially released recording and was well received in the world of Adult Contemporary and Contemporary Jazz radio. It's popularity lead to the creation of a music video of the title track and was a big hit on such music video channels as MTV and Star TV Asia.
The CD "Rapture" is a concert recording of many of Alan's most popular and requested songs, and some that have not been recorded in a studio setting, including the title track "Rapture."
"The Bohemian" has been one of the most requested songs and is among Alan's favorite compositions, which is a unique blend of classical and ragtime styles. Be sure to check out the fun music video!
The CD "Classical" is a collection of some popular as well as lesser known classical compositions by Chopin, PE Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Handel, Schumann and others. Alan adds his own flair to these beautiful classics.
Here's a list of some of Alan's musicians, from studio recordings to live performances:
* DISCLAIMER: The Music For Your Health Series is not intended nor should it be used as a replacement for qualified medical treatment. All medical problems should be referred to a qualified physician for diagnosis and treatment.