"All living bodies generate an external field of energy called Wei Qi. the Wei Qi field is seen to be limited to the surface of the body, circulating within the tendon and muscle tissues.
However, the Wei Qi field also includes three external layers of the body’s auric and subtle energy fields.
This energy originates from each of the internal organs and radiates through the external tissues.
There the Wei Qi forms an energy field that radiates from the entire physical body. This field of Qi protects the body from the invasion of external pathogens and communicates with, as well as interacts with, the surrounding universal and environmental energy fields. Tapping into our Wei-Chi Fields through dance, through music, can help raise our vibration.
Raise our awareness of ourselves, our place in this universe, in harmony, between each other.
Music is a universal language, and we can use our Wei-Chi Field, to connect"
Dan Yolles: Guitar, Ruan, Clarinet, Vocals, Composition, Production and Mixing
Samuel Wexler: Violin
Benjamin Sunshine: Percussion, Vocals
Shane Eagen: Percussion
Taglit MIT Bus 297 Students: Vocals on Are You Willing To Try?
Adi Dror: Spoken Word on Masa HaLev
Yossef Darei: Vocal Chant on Masa HaLev and Adi's Grandfather may his soul rest in peace.
Shanti: Composition and Production on Deciphered Content Collab
Hayley Porter: Vocals on Nigun Sheleg
Coleen Dieker: Violin on I Wish This Night Would Never End
Mikey Green: Tank Drum on Nigun Sheleg
Dillon Gabehart: Mastering
Artwork : Andy Buns / AB Design