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.
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Solfeggio Frequencies are long associated with meditation relaxation 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.
One-Hour Healing Relaxation Music: 852Hz + 528Hz Solfeggio Frequencies
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.
Stanford University researchers found that listening to relaxation music can change brain functioning to the same extent as medication. Music has been used for hundreds of years to treat illnesses and restore harmony between mind and body. But more recently, scientific studies have attempted to measure the potential benefits of music.
These research studies have found:
- Music’s form and structure can bring order and security to disabled and distressed children. It encourages coordination and communication, so improves their quality of life.
- Listening to relaxation music on headphones reduces stress and anxiety in hospital patients before and after surgery.
- Relaxing music calms and helps reduce both the sensation and distress of both chronic pain and postoperative pain.
- Listening to relaxation music can relieve depression and increase self-esteem ratings in elderly people.
- Making music can reduce burnout and improve mood among nursing students.
- Music therapy significantly reduces emotional distress and boosts the quality of life among adult cancer patients.
Relaxation 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.
Relaxation music can also be used as work music to improve work productivity when you study and many people find it useful as relaxation music for sleep, 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.
Relaxation Music For 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.
Enrich Your Life: Rediscover Relaxation Music And Art
Over the years, have you found that you’ve gotten busier and busier with seemingly unimportant tasks? Has your everyday routine overshadowed your passions and interests? Working too much is easy to do, and happens to a lot of us!
Because we need to make a living, we can easily sideline other interests in order to put all our energy into our work. Often, we also have partners and families that demand (and deserve!) our attention. Before we know it, we’re running hard just to keep up.
But after years of doubling your efforts to keep work and family in balance, you may realize you miss some long-lost parts of yourself. It might be listening to relaxation music you love. These passions are far from lost. You can recapture those feelings! Rediscover relaxation music to rekindle your internal passion and bring richness to your life again.
Consider these ideas to bring back some of those lost loves:
1. Dig up your old music and start listening. If your music is on cassette tapes, have the tunes transferred to CDs or MP3s.
* If you no longer have the music, buy some of it again. Focus on your favorites. Sometimes, older CDs are reasonably priced. Try secondhand stores or CD resellers.
* If you like, download your relaxation music onto your MP3 player or smartphone. Take it with you to your favorite places.
* Chisel out 15 to 30 minutes daily to listen to relaxation music. Many people like to do this during their commute. Regardless of when you choose to listen, it will replenish you and lift your mood.
2. Get out your instrument and play. If you used to play music and you’ve still got your instrument, pull it out of the closet and see how you feel with it in your hands. Can you play any songs at all? Try it and see how it goes.
* If you’ve got your music books, get them out also. Start practicing again, even 15 minutes a day.
* In the event you don’t have your instrument, search your soul. Do you really want to play again? If so, look for a used instrument on Craigslist or in your local newspaper. Make it a personal goal to find the right instrument for you.
3. Find your way back to art museums and galleries. If you’ve been a lover of art in the past and you miss it, discover that passion all over again. Check out your local and area art museums and galleries to whet your appetite.
* Remind yourself that you’re worth whatever time it takes to devote to these awesome sights and experiences.
* Start reading again about the latest works. Find books about new art that you’ve been too busy to learn about for the past few years. Or study a period or an artist that has always intrigued you. Delve into the subject you adore.
4. Artists, find your tools. If you used to sketch or draw, maybe you’ve got some of your art supplies somewhere in a drawer or closet.
* Locate your art instruments and lay them where you can see them. If your art tools are still usable, set aside a couple of hours to work with them and see what you can do.
* In the event you no longer have your tools, go down to your local discount store or art shop and pick up a few supplies. Then, just jump in!
* Worry less about what you create and focus more on the process. Artists take wonderful emotional journeys as they compose their works. Let yourself go and see what happens.
Regardless of the degree of your interest in relaxation music or art, pursue it now with intensity. Rediscovering art and music will thoroughly enrich your existence. You’ll revive the passion and deep joy you so deserve and your whole life will resonate with your satisfaction.
Many people use relaxation 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.