Healing Music

Sound is important, it triggers memory, emotions, thoughts.... it can change our frequency. The vibrations coming from the music we select to listen to can elevate or depress our moods, by speeding up or slowing down the rate we are vibrating. Everything vibrates, it's energy; slowly vibrating objects appear solid; the ones vibrating at a faster rate appear less dense, like water going from ice to steam. In that sense music can heal us, hitting certain frequencies for the ailment.

Here are a couple of my favorite albums, that seems to vibe at a higher frequency:
  • India.Arie: All 3 albums, especially Testimony Vol 1: Life & Relationships
  • R. Carlos Nakai - In Beauty, We Return
  • John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Coltrane
  • Bob Marley - The Box Kit, and if just one album: Legend
  • Will Calhoun - Native Lands
Of course this list can go on, these are those that I felt a personal healing connection to myself, for where my frequency was. Check out your music and notice which ones you turn to when healing is needed, feel free to add to the list.

In Health, Be Peace

3 comments:

Ronnette said...

India Arie is wonderful! If you are more interested in some rooted Gospel, I strongly recommend Nicole Mullen's "Redeemer: The Best of Nicole C. Mullen." Its a greatest hits album and I never skip a song. For me it is truly healing music!

Ronnette said...

India Arie is wonderful! If you are more interested in some rooted Gospel, I strongly recommend Nicole Mullen's "Redeemer: The Best of Nicole C. Mullen." Its a greatest hits album and I never skip a song. For me it is truly healing music!

Precious said...

Lisa McClendon's "Soul Music" would definitely be an excellent addition to a healing music list.