Instrumental Music for Meditation

From the time I was a little girl, I remember being able to hear, smell and see things nobody else could. Apparently born with hyper senses, it wasn't until I was much older that I realized everyone else didn't notice the same little things, and couldn't hear the ticks of a clock, or know what the neighbor's were having for dinner.

Depending on the occasion, my supersonic hearing can be a blessing or a curse. For instance, when my family flies in to the airport - I know a good 15-30 minutes before the plane even lands that they are here :-) On the flip side, trying to meditate when you can hear the drum of an aircraft engine taxiing on the runway can be exceptionally frustrating.

I do various things like use earplugs to meditate, but I  feel most focused when I have light drumming, nature sounds, or a guided meditation playing. Thanks to the Moon I have plenty of guided meditations to work with, but I would like to add to my unguided meditation collection.

With such a large group of like minded individuals here, I hoped to get some recommendations from those of you who use unguided meditation music. Whether it is Celtic, drumming, babbling brooks and birds, I would love if you would please share any lyric-less/instrumental music that you either enjoy or find helpful in your meditation practices!

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Comment by Brenda Baker on May 31, 2014 at 5:47pm
I also find Diane Arkenstone's music good for bodywork meditation and just thinking in general.
Comment by Kari on May 3, 2014 at 7:32pm

Thank you for sharing Daniel - I will definitely check those out :-)

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