Another lovely and relaxing music from Meditation Life Skills, which took a long time to master despite its simplicity. Enjoy a delightful 3 hours of constant relaxation and sleep therapy that you'll want to listen to over and over! Works Wonderfully for...
Another lovely and relaxing music from Meditation Life Skills, which took a long time to master despite its simplicity.
Enjoy a delightful 3 hours of constant relaxation and sleep therapy that you'll want to listen to over and over! Works Wonderfully for Anxiety! Namaste!
The Delta waves employed in this track are extremely significant; despite their low sound levels, they are 100 percent pure and essential for bridging the nervous or "busy" mind with relaxation or sleep therapy.
Listen to this audio file as much as you want in a comfortable position, whether sitting or lying down. Headphones are recommended but not required when listening to meditation music to avoid distractions.
We live in a society full of stressors: family troubles, money concerns, traffic congestion, rude bosses and coworkers, and future concerns. Stress management becomes effective for most, if not all, people who are exposed to these triggers. Relaxing meditation music comes in handy here.
Calm relaxing music, especially among yogis and gurus, helps relieve tension by triggering the relaxation response in the mind and body. Listening to music helps your mind and body relax, slow down, and focus on the present moment.
To fully benefit from meditation music or relaxation, you need to establish a physiological and psychological sensation of calm, familiarity, and centeredness. To be more exact, it is composed of certain elements that are supposed to aid in the process of meditation. Sacred music is more likely than any other musical genre to help you relax, respond, and meditate.
Unlike classical music, meditation music combines the relaxing sounds of nature with binaural beats, ancient mantras, and calming instruments. There are no startling crescendos and decrescendos in the structure, rhythm, or harmony of the musical genre.
This is easier said than done because everyday events, sights, and thoughts divert the attention from the task at hand. Your body and brain are so used to the expected response to meditation music that you almost unconsciously react to its calming tones when you just listen to it.
Listening to meditation music allows you to relax your mind and body while also identifying and expressing the feelings, experiences, and thoughts related to stress. Every time you listen to it, you can feel your mind relax and your body become as peaceful as possible.
We live in a world where stress triggers are virtually everywhere - family tensions, financial issues, traffic jams, obnoxious bosses and co-workers, and worries about the future, among others. Stress management then becomes a useful skill for most, if not all, individuals subjected to any of these triggers.
In the physiological and psychological sense, you achieve a sense of calm, familiarity, and centeredness, all of which are essential to enjoying the benefits of meditation itself. Of course, you can also plug in any type of familiar music especially as numerous scientific studies have shown that listening to music, say, the classical music of Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven can encourage similar effects.
However, meditation music is preferred for, well, meditation because its structure, rhythm, and harmony, among other aspects, are specifically designed for the purpose. You are then more likely to relax faster, respond easier, and meditate better with calming music than with any other musical genre.
The structure, rhythm, and harmony of said musical genre do not contain sudden crescendos and decrescendos, among other distracting elements, that other types of music - yes, even classical music - possess.
These are easier said than done considering that everyday issues, images, and thoughts drift in and out of your consciousness, thus, distracting the mind from the job at hand. Your body and brains have been attuned to the expected response to the meditation music that even when you are just listening to it sans the meditation part, you almost unconsciously react to its soothing melodies.
Indeed, when you listen to meditation music, not only are you able to relax in mind and body but you are also able to identify and then express the feelings, experiences, and thoughts associated with your stress.
Every time that you listen to it, you can feel your worries, cares, and issues in your mind slip away into nothingness while your body finally becomes as relaxed as possible.
Listen to this audio file as much as you want in a comfortable position, whether sitting or lying down. When listening, headphones are usually recommended to avoid distractions.
***Note: This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for the medical advice of a physician.
WHILE LISTENING TO SLEEP MEDITATION MUSIC, BINAURAL BEATS, OR GUIDED SLEEP RELAXATIONS, DO NOT DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY.
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