The young composer, pianist and singer Naila Castillo achieves here a fusion between her occidental roots and the influences of Tibetan buddhism, combining the strength of the orchestral elements with the delicacy of the voices in the Tibetan way with the purpose of aligning the mind to our natural state of healing. "When one listens to Tanaduk, one cannot but stop thinking the usual way. The mind drifts towards it's deepest twist and turns. Maybe, looking for that blue, fresh, revitalizing paradise. For a good while, the pleasure of the sound, going through our whole being, takes over the moment and leaves us at the gates of a new perception of the reality and of ourslves. A cold breeze that cools the soul, cleans the lenses of our vision and allows us to reach that inner healer that is eager for an instant of our attention. The soft, sweet voice without jumps and absolutely integrated with this landscape makes way, and our imagination cannot be stopped. Countless dances and 'choirs' of many female deities invites us to be taken to that blue, bright light: Sangye Menla, Medicine Buddha".