Are you ready to unplug a bit and find a way to de-stress?
Get your favorite headphones and treat yourself to a mini Zendo Stereo / Music Meditation at home!
I can’t bring the sub-bass or the live mixing, but you can do a 1-hour journey on your own, here is how:
Find a comfortable place to lay down, use your favorite sleep mask, or dim the lights/add some candles.
Set an intention for the journey.
“Let Go of Something” and “Call Something In”, keep it simple.
Take 6 deep breaths, slowly count to 6 on the way in, rest 3 seconds, count to 6 on the way out. Repeat 6 times.
The meditation is to notice the music and your feelings for the next hour, there is no wrong way of doing it. Just call out what you are hearing as it appears, “That piano is interesting”, “I love the way that bass feels”, etc..
When thoughts come just acknowledge them just come back to the music. When the music brings up feelings, just ride them, the music moves through it and you move through it with it. It gets easier as you get deeper into the mix.
You will alter your brain from a Beta state to an Alpha state by just listening. And hopefully touch some deep Theta brainwaves of deep rest, meditation, insight, and peace.
PS, this works even better if you’re slightly altered, microdose+ your favorite enhancer and you’re set!
Press play, enjoy! Feel free to share it!
Music can produce a response characteristic of relaxation in which autonomic, immune, endocrine and neuropeptide systems are altered. Likewise, it produces desired psychological responses such as reductions in anxiety and fear. Some responses have been linked to effects on the hemispheric functioning of the brain and the limbic system. High psychophysiological stress levels inhibit or block learning. Thus music can be the catalyst to facilitate mental suggestion, and enhance our own learning ability and self-healing capacities.
–Natural Resonance Center
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