Great Meditation Music (what's your favourite?)

Here's a selection of Great Meditation Music that we often use at the Openhand Events. Do share your own favourite in the forum below. What gets you in the "zone"?

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In reply to by Asya

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Thanks Asya.

This reminds me of solfeggio frequencies which I'm now turning to for longer meditations with music.

I wonder if you need utube premium to download videos to this site?

I wanted to put some crickets on....

Andy Heart

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Hi Andy,

You don't need to download YTB videos. Sharing the link is enough. Better to do this by embedding from the above menu when you write the comment (>_ this kind of icon) but for me this works only from the laptop, not from the phone. You can search internet for instructions on how to embed videos from ytb if that's not clear what I write. I hope this helps 🙏.

I think I know the Solfeggio Harmonics you mentioned (if that what it is) - that is highly activational music 👍.

With love

Asya

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Here's a 30 minute Tibetan Healing meditation to soothe and calm your field - beautiful imagery too. Try meditating, deep breathing, staying focussed on the inner but watching the imagery too. It's sure to help you centre, calm and find harmony...

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I love this artist - Leon Bridges. A fantastic voice and a very authentic sound. 

"Surrender to the good Lord and he'll wipe your slate clean. Take me to your River I wanna gooooooo." 

💙 🎼

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Hi Open,

Thank you for starting this thread, I’ve been meaning to ask you to share some of the meditation music you used during the N.Y. retreat?

Scott