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.
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.
I Am Light: My sweet friend sent me this song last week. It’s as sweet as she is.
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.
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.
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.