With eight tracks, being them Influx, Boutique Sternway, Parallax Oasis, Seven Stages of Empathy, Lavender, Cherry Blossom, Lonely Planet and Fruity Loom, each song has seven to nine minutes in general. With very consistent and exceedingly poignant harmonies, remarkably solid and not so overtly ecstatic, School of Crystal Healing, on this album, really expands and surpasses in interesting, but very subtle expressive devices, the boundaries of the genre, consolidating a sonorous element of virtuous audacity, that breaks the uncompromising opacity that engulfs the more hidden layouts of the genre.
With an embracing sound that inhabits the globe of an atmosphere that creates within its own sensibility the calm beauty of infinite spaces, the invisible forces that searches for unusual sound distinctions on the verge of its own gregarious intuitions seems to reveal that School of Crystal Healing’s objectives are all but simple, eager to segregate, active and disseminate several colors of protuberating, yet hidden, senses of completeness. Summarizing the circles on which the music – and the music alone – contemplates the vastness of its own intrinsic harmonies, sleeping in the soul of a consciousness that never fails inside the universe that grows in the shoulders of an underlying greatness of symbols, all the melodies flourishes near the boundaries of rhythms never felt before in the core of ethereal senses, permanently hiding its infatuated brilliance in the nothingness perpetuated by a dormant sense of introspection. Nevertheless, as calm as it is, Lightworker’s Delight will heal and wake up your senses, activating them to a configuration ready to fit in a dimension where everything delusional seems empty, and yet, it conforms existence to a reality on which time is never stranded within a space bound for human thoughts.
So, if you’re looking for something highly unusual, and as infinite as the outer space, this work will exhale vast principles of unlimited possibilities through your imagination, creating an appealing framework of undeniable romanticism and peace, that will instantly undermine in the distinctive paths of your mental lucidity a whole new set of rainbows that will easily reinstate a groundbreaking thrill of majestic desires within your soul. Perfectly matching tranquil, peaceful and serene moments of overtly absolute quietness, building them near the internal algorithms of the psychosocial environment inherent to your life, Lightworker’s Delight, by School Of Crystal Healing, easily combines the exact elements for an interior discovery within yourself, that escalates to a time travel throughout the cosmos, brilliantly consolidating a sonorous journey of overachieving miracles, that doesn’t end when the album finishes. Although wisely disguised as an ordinary album, seemingly similar to others of the genre, Lightworker’s Delight is an impressive masterpiece, that suits perfectly all ambient music lovers out there, highlighting a very intelligent and sensitive pathway to a vigorous form of sonorous enlightenment, managing to open up in a simple manner very complex forms of graceful healings, that personal ethereal satisfaction is brought to light with a compelling cohesion, hardly believing what music can accomplish, when grounded in a soul system of relief.
But this is only a little, from a handful of reasons and perceptions why you should listen to this amazing album. Fiercely grounded upon a remarkable sincerity that makes every atom and molecule of your body to transcend all the boundaries of the universe altogether, Lightworker’s Delight is a state of the art album, made by one of the best artists of the category. Bound to be a colossal force within several genres, like Ambient, New Age, World Music and Easy Listening, amongst others, this work is a fundamental milestone for meditational and transcendental music alike. And I would not be surprised at all if, in the years to come, this work turns out to be a main reference within all those genres.