3cellos: I will often listen to this when I am feeling overwhelmed. In fact, research shows that slow and steady cello music is calming for the nervous system.
The Angels are Listening: What if we believed that angels were listening to our worries, our hearts, our longings and our regrets? After listening, this idea feels sweet and tender.
Breathe is simply beautiful. I will often use music to help calm my mind and nervous system when I am feeling over stimulated, exceptionally busy, stressed or tight inside. Laying on the floor or on your bed, let the music play like it is a reset button. Try it and you may see that you even like it.
C’est la Vie: I love music, and, although my children will tell you I embarrass them when I dance, I still love to do it. I actually think that kids get uncomfortable when their parents show certain “big” feelings like sadness and joy. My daughter will often look at me intently when I play certain songs that remind me of my dad that often make me cry and ask me to stop dancing when I am having fun wiggling my body to certain tunes. This is a favorite song that I love to dance to. Really turn it up loud and just DANCE.
Faded by Alan Walker: My 9 year-old daughter listened to this song the other day. I really enjoyed it.
Heaven’s Window: This is a beautiful song. Just lay on your back, put your hands on your belly, notice the rise and fall of you abdomen, and let your body breathe you.
Here Comes the Sun: Reggae version… Just for fun and something to lighten the winter load!
I Am Light: My sweet friend sent me this song last week. It’s as sweet as she is.
John Welwood‘s Songs: This is one of my favorite songs John would play at retreats. We would lay on our backs, rest our hands on our belly and breathe. He taught me the gift of belly breathing. To this day it is something I do everyday. He also played this song which I love. You can listen to one of his belly breathing recordings here on his website.
Kahawi’tha: This is such a sweet lovely song. I hope that you agree.
Liquid Mind: Music has a sacred way of healing the body. Often when I am overwhelmed, sad or constricted inside and don’t have the capacity to be still and quiet, I will lay on my bed or floor and listen to songs to help move the stuck or difficult energy through my body. This is one of those songs that I will often turn towards in those time.
Our Love . . . Saving Tiny Hearts: Such a sweet and relaxing song. I love the title. Remember that sometimes it is helpful when you feel stressed, tight, upset or stuck to simply lay down and listen to a song. It can help move the emotion through your body.
Perfect: I love Ed Sheeran and was sent a duo with him and Andrea Bocelli. Just beautiful. I hope you enjoy.
Praises for the World by Jennifer Berezan: This is a beautiful sacred song that I have often listened to for over 10 years. It is worth the purchase. promise you won’t be disappointed.
Rainbow by Kacey Musgraves: My dear friend sent me this song last week. Thank goodness for loving friends.
Stand By Me by Skylar Grey: I’ve been listening to Pandora at home and heard this classic song as a remake which I love.
Tracy Chapman is one of my favorite artists! On the car ride to our hiking destination, we listened to the remake of Stand By Me. I LOVE it! If you ever hear that she is in town for a concert, please let me know. Also listen to Baby I Can Hold You Tonight with Tracy Chapman and Pavarotti. It is another great one!
You Can’t Rush Your Healing by Trevor Hall: This beautiful song is a powerful reminder that “you can’t rush your healing. Darkness has its teachings. Love? Is never leaving.”
You Say by Lauren Daigle: One of my dearest friends gifted me the link to this song last week. My friend’s message was, “turn it up really loud.” I do most everything she says, you may want to as well.