Music has wonderful healing and stress management benefits, and can also be used to aid meditation. What's your favorite meditation music? See what other readers use for meditation music, and add your favorite music to the list. Share Your Favorite Music
Favorite Relaxing Music
- I like blues music. It makes you feel good. I listen to any blues with harmonica. It makes you tap your feet...
- —Guest hurricanebob
- I recommend you try a good Gregorian Chant cd's. Try Gregorian and Ambrosian Chant, and anything by the Glenfals Monastery in Ireland.
- —Guest Gerard
Deep Joyfold in the Heartimost
- I could be stressed out of sight - nerves all of a jangle and ready to scream - my SammyCat miaows - I take him up and he purrs me to peace. Bliss!! Is it then really Music - well it certainly is to ME!
- Listen to Tim Guion's album G-ography or E=M_otion....they are truly amazing! :)
- —Guest mhmm
- Canon in D Major is my favorite piece! Air On a G String would be my second piece! Followed by Water Music and The Four Seasons!
Bach's Persia by David Darling or
In the Moment by Mark Kelso
- AOL Music has a great stream of nature sounds -- babbling brook, ocean, Amazon, etc. -- that is perfect...and free. I use it for meditation and to drift off to sleep!
- I love music and listen to many different types, but the most relaxing sound for me is ocean waves. I've heard of an Aquarium (somewhere in the South - SC or Georgia?) that's doing yoga classes after hours, where you watch the fish, listen to whalesong & do the class... that sounds lovely to me!
- —Guest Sue
- Mozart Partita, Pacobell, Sounds of Whales,
Pan Pipes. Really relaxing. I have burned
many relaxing pieces on a CD, and almost
- A true master of ambient music, which will wisk you away from distractions.
- —Guest Jim
- I'm not sure what it is about Mozart, but I find it very relaxing. Classical music is also supported to boost brain power, so I get double the benefit!
- —Guest Michelle
Thai Chi Music
- Thai Chi Music. I actually relax totally watching Thai Chi rather than doing it.
- —Guest Jan L
- I love to listen to the oldies, and I also love Shania Twain, it helps me for a short period of time take my mind off of my son and think of only positive thoughts of him and of his battle buddies being safe in Iraq. And the happy thoughts of them all coming home safe and sound, all most importantly alive.
- —Guest terry
- The sounds of bamboo windchimes & waterfalls are so quieting and calming for me.
- —Guest Jan
Music to Meditate To
- Any Medwyn Goodall - New World Music. You will not be disappointed with any Goodall title.
- —Guest Marsha