Meditation and Relaxation Accompanied by Music
Some individuals use ambient music for relaxation, and this deserves a unique discussion. Many people who start to reflect are dismayed to find how much mental chatter or “noise” is produced by the “monkey head” that’s the default waking state-of human consciousness.
Simply because they add yet another layer of mental activity efforts to quell the endless supply of thought demonstrate not only ineffective, but also counterproductive. For a lot of, calm, soothing music calms an overactive brain, at the same time relaxing the human body and appealing spaciousness without requiring any special technique.
Admittedly, a lot of what’s commercially distributed as “relaxation” music is vapid and saccharin; it surely does not help me relax. To get a discerning listener, artistic value must be a criterion for “leisure” music. I am probably over-opinionated about this, but if you ask me, there is a definite difference between “aware” and “meaningless” music. I seldom discover much material to these sonic bonbons, while department store kiosks featuring harp and seashore sounds may attract the people; you will find definitely better options to promote an environment conducive to some supple and peaceful mind.
Massage and acupuncture treatments may be increased with ambient music, and below most of the same the rules apply. I would recommend that you bring your personal music to these classes, when possible. Professionals may or may not share your preference, and there’s virtually nothing worse than needing to pay attention to some godawful drivel when you’re wanting to relax.
That is my own preference; if you desire to make your own personal combination for massage, you must get the mixture that suits you. We are unique individuals after all.
Here is a 3-hour healing music that you can use for meditation. It is very soothing and calming and can help you relax.