This peaceful one-hour relaxation music, enhanced with 852Hz + 528Hz Solfeggio Frequencies, is ideal for deep meditation, sleep, rest. Relaxing music can be used as stress relief music or peaceful music when practicing meditation for anxiety or meditation for sleep.
528 Hz Solfeggio Frequency: Repairs DNA, Brings Positive Transformation
852 Hz Frequency: Awakens Intuition, Raises Energy at Cellular Level
Solfeggio Frequencies are long associated with meditation music. These musical tones were first adopted by the Gregorian Monks when they chanted in meditation. Many believe Solfeggio Frequencies penetrate deep into the conscious and subconscious mind, stimulating inner healing.
In these busy and uncertain times, it can be difficult to create a sense of balance and find peace in our lives. By listening to relaxation music with Solfeggio Frequencies, you can create a zone of peace that allows you to experience each day from a place of alignment and balance with your true nature.
Music connects with the automatic nervous system (brain function, blood pressure, and heartbeat) and the limbic system (feelings and emotions). When slow music is played, the bodily reaction follows suit– the heart blow slows down and blood pressure drops. This causes the breath to slow, which helps release tension in the neck, shoulders, stomach, and back.
Calming music can also be used as work music to improve work productivity when you study and many people find it useful as concentration music, work music, or study music as it is really effective for concentration.
Quieting your mind does not mean you will automatically feel sleepy. It means your brain and body are relaxed, and with your new calm self, you can then function at your best in many activities.
Healing and Renewal. It has been proven that when the body and mind are relaxed, the body's natural ability to heal itself is greatly enhanced. Listening to relaxation music improves your mood by releasing dopamine, the feel-good brain chemical that is involved when people experience pleasure and reward.
Stay focused on the music itself. If you find yourself thinking about other things (or even thinking thoughts about the music), gently redirect your attention to the present moment, the sound of the music, and the feelings in your body that the music evokes. Try to really feel the music.
Many people use relaxing meditation music or peaceful music to find inner peace or use our relaxing music for yoga or during your Zen meditation session. This relaxing meditation music provides a great opportunity for meditation for sleep and relaxation.
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