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Music Time


Music is like a soothing balm for the soul. It's amazing how a simple melody can lift your spirits, calm your mind, and even help heal your body. Whether you're singing along, tapping your feet, or just lost in a tune, music brings joy and comfort. It's a friendly companion that speaks to our emotions and helps us feel a little better, no matter what we're going through.

It's wonderful how music can be such a cheerful and healing friend.

Music Resources

Sound Frequency Guide

This short ebook is an introduction to healing frequencies, why they help and easy ways to use sound therapy in your daily life and why it's so beneficial to healing. You can download and read the book online or print it on A4 paper.


These are some music suggestions for different moods - Relaxation, motivation, sadness, joy and meditation. You can use these as a guide and a starting point for curating your own playlists.

Music & Stress Relief

This is a concise guide that explores the soothing power of music for stress management and emotional well-being. It offers practical tips for creating personalized playlists and integrating music into daily life, making it an essential resource for anyone looking to find calm and balance through the healing art of music.

Music & Mindfulness

This ebook is designed to guide you through the art of using music as a tool to enhance mindfulness practices, deepen self-awareness, and promote overall well-being. The book includes a workbook also to help further your mindfulness journey.

How To Use Music As A Healing Tool

Think of music as your personal healer, always ready to lend an ear, uplift your spirits, or soothe your mind. You don't need a therapist to harness the power of music; you just need your favourite tunes and a willingness to open your heart.

First, let's talk about creating the perfect playlist. This isn't just any playlist; it's your personal therapeutic soundtrack. Start by picking songs that resonate with your current mood. Feeling blue? Gentle, calming music can be a comforting companion. Need a boost? Upbeat, lively tracks can lift your spirits. The key is to connect with the music emotionally.

But there's more to music therapy than just listening. Singing along can be incredibly cathartic. Don't worry about hitting the right notes; just focus on expressing yourself. Singing releases endorphins, those feel-good brain chemicals, making it a great way to boost your mood.

Ever tried moving to the beat? Whether it's a gentle sway or a full-on dance party in your living room, moving to music can be a great way to release tension and improve your mood. It's not about the right moves; it's about how the music makes you feel in your body.

Here's another idea: try your hand at playing an instrument. Even if you're a beginner, learning simple tunes can be incredibly rewarding and therapeutic. Instruments like the ukulele, keyboard, or even percussion instruments like drums or handpan are great for starters.

Don't forget the power of nature sounds blended with music. Sounds of the ocean, rainforest, or gentle rain mixed with soft melodies can transport you to a place of peace and relaxation. It's like a mini-vacation for your mind and soul.

Mindfulness and music are a match made in heaven. Try listening to a piece of music mindfully - focus on each note, the different instruments, and the emotions it evokes. This practice can help you stay present and find peace in the moment.
Writing your own songs or lyrics, even if it's just a few lines, can be a great way to process your thoughts and feelings. It's like keeping a journal, but with a melody.

Lastly, remember that music therapy is personal. What works for one person might not work for another. Experiment with different genres, activities, and routines to find what resonates with you.

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