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Thread started 08/25/20 4:48am

Hamad

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Orgers, Any Suggestions For Meditation Music?

I’ve been doing it for over a month now and I would appreciate some album titles smile
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Reply #1 posted 08/26/20 3:23pm

onlyforaminute

I only know what's on YT. My daughter used it to put her son to bed. Some will play all night even 12hours long.
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Reply #2 posted 08/27/20 7:54am

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Enya? shrug

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Reply #3 posted 08/29/20 7:50am

RJOrion

NPG - Kamasutra

seriously

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Reply #4 posted 08/29/20 4:36pm

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onlyforaminute said:

I only know what's on YT. My daughter used it to put her son to bed. Some will play all night even 12hours long.


This has worked for me too. The other thing I use is sounds of nature, also on YT

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Reply #5 posted 09/03/20 1:12pm

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Those new nin. Would medicate anyone
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Reply #6 posted 09/03/20 1:16pm

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The Sade Instrumentals (from all her albums)

Venus De Milo

Alexa De Paris

John Coltrane (Greatest Hits)

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Reply #7 posted 09/04/20 11:44am

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I'd have to say smooth instrumental jazz... It's the only music my late father would listen to...seemed to put him in a happy trance! smile

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Reply #8 posted 09/05/20 5:47am

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just as an advise, without music works better i think

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Reply #9 posted 09/05/20 7:13am

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Deep Alpha- Steven Halpern

Deep THeta- Steven Halpern

Both titles are binaural beats based, with theta being more conducive to intution, learning and memory, and alpha being more conducive to aletness, calmness, mental coordintaion.

Not just Halpern, but in general Ive found meditating to binaural beats is a good experience.

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Reply #10 posted 09/05/20 10:09am

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nextedition said:

just as an advise, without music works better i think

I've been doing that so far & it does work nod but I also read that medidative music could be a great guided tool.

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Reply #11 posted 09/05/20 1:43pm

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alexzander said:

Deep Alpha- Steven Halpern

Deep THeta- Steven Halpern

Both titles are binaural beats based, with theta being more conducive to intution, learning and memory, and alpha being more conducive to aletness, calmness, mental coordintaion.

Not just Halpern, but in general Ive found meditating to binaural beats is a good experience.

Nice! I'm really loving this one: https://youtu.be/eyXqJkmH7Pk

I found a compilation earlier by Japanese musicians, and there was this one I got stuck titled "Still Space" by Satoshi Ashikawa.

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Reply #12 posted 09/07/20 12:21am

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Not strictly mediative, but some of these shows may be of interest to you https://www.mixcloud.com/...-the-dawn/

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Reply #13 posted 09/07/20 12:23am

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These may be better suited to your needs - https://www.nts.live/show...requencies

Scroll down and click on an episode to play.

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Reply #14 posted 09/07/20 8:18pm

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I have an ambient mix I put together for background music when I'm working on something. I figured I'd have more in my library that would fit the playlist, but its rather small. I'm always looking to add to it, but only if its stuff by artists i already enjoy or will enjoy.

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Reply #15 posted 09/11/20 10:03pm

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Hi Hamad. I don't usually meditate to any sounds but when I do, I use Solfeggio frequencies. Many of them are very simple tones that don't interfere with the process for me. They're also great for having on in the background when doing other things.

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Reply #16 posted 09/12/20 5:10pm

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S2DG said:

onlyforaminute said:

I only know what's on YT. My daughter used it to put her son to bed. Some will play all night even 12hours long.


This has worked for me too. The other thing I use is sounds of nature, also on YT


I use these people's music and sounds...


https://www.youtube.com/c...GAhjvYFOSA


They have 9 hour videos of certain fequencies, guided meditations and just great music for meditation.



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