My “Balm for the Soul” Playlist

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Rarely I use music in meditation, and if I do, it’s only as an intro, when I feel somewhat empty. I play the kind of music as below sometimes during yoga at home.

This is a fragment of my peace evoking playlist. From dreamy and extremely calming, to awakening and playful. (those that are not linked could not be found on YouTube, but they are on iTunes)

  1. “Pranayama” from  “The eternal embrace” by Baird Hersey & Prana
  2. “Ahimsa”  from “The eternal Embrace” by by Baird Hersey
  3. “Solar Plexus – Manipura” from “Reiki sleep” – Llewellyn
  4. “Spleen” from “Reiki” by Dakini Mandarava
  5. “Breathing” from “Journey to our dreams” by Llewellyn
  6. “Blessing”  from “Buddha Nature” by Deuter
  7. “Caves of the Saintes” Meditation Tribe
  8. “Sacred Prayer” from “Sacred” by Kevin Wood
  9. Walking into the Himalaya to meditate from “Tibetan meditation Music” by Nawang Khechog
  10. “The Dream of the Dolphin” from  “The cross of changes 2” by Enigma
  11. Om Namo Bhagavate  from “Embrace” by Deva Premal
  12. We are people from “Celebrate Peace” by Snatam Kaur

I heard “Pranayama” for the first time on a mat doing yoga with my amazing teacher Danielle. Then I had the most amazing experience playing it (over and over) doing yoga at home, at night, with candles lit, overlooking my garden sparkling with lights.

“Blessing” creates a feeling of limitless happiness. In my hypnotherapy practice I arrange music in a way that this song plays towards the end of the session.

The sounds of “Spleen” create a sense of spaciousness and strength. Maybe because there is no melody at all. When I heard it while driving (ok… don’t do that) I imagined that it would go well with a Tree Pose, and the hands in Chin Mudra (tip of the thumb touching the tip of the index finger, while the remaining fingers are slightly bent). It does. If you try that maybe you will want to say the affirmation that goes with the Chin mudra: “Divine knowledge makes my life richer and easier; divine wisdom delights my heart and shows me the path.”

“Om Namo Bhagavate” is the most uplifting. “Dream of the dolphin” – mysterious. “We are people”: puppy happy and innocent,  but you may find yourself doing belly dancing to it.

Do you have a song that uplifts you?

 

Joanna Zajusz

Through advanced hypnotherapy and life coaching Joanna has been helping clients to become free of their once adopted limitations, find confidence in their own voice, and create a strong foundation of inner peace. She is a certified Mind Body Wellness Coach who lives in Phoenix, Arizona. (Because she moved to the Southwest - her dream - only 14 years ago, you may still detect a Central European accent in her writings and speech.) She is a passionate fan of Marianne Williamson, Caroline Myss, and Dr. Robert Anthony.

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