Meditation music is a great way to create the ambience and atmosphere required to reach the Theta state of mind we associate with meditation. After a busy, perhaps tense  day its important to unwind and rebalance the mind and body. Many people find music for meditation a great way to relax and recharge.

Here is free meditation music for you to try. The track lasts for 30 minutes, and is yours to download and enjoy.                                                                                                              

Meditation Music MP3




Meditation Music MP3



This meditation music track is naturally versatile. Whilst meditation is the music’s primary focus, it can make great musical accompaniment to yoga, healing or even hypnotherapy. Alternatively, the music can provide an ambient soothing backing to other therapies. Perhaps you just want something relaxing and dreamy to close your eyes to after a stressful day. If so, this is the track for you.

The best thing about meditation music is that its very nature promotes relaxation. The music that we have come to associate with meditation began in the 1960’s with composers such as Tony Scott and his composition “Music for Zen Meditation” and the groundbreaking Karlheinz Stockhausen, with works from the late 60’s and early 70’s.

Some of these early musical pieces gave rise to the form of music we associate with “chillout” today. Tracks like Barbers Adagio for Strings evolved from the works of Scott and Stockhausen, among others.

From now and moving into the future, we here at Benefits of Meditation will bring you the very best in meditation music, complimentary downloads and much more. Creating the right ambience for your meditation is absolutely the right thing to do to really get the maximum benefit from your meditation practice. Some practitioners prefer no music at all….but if you are one of those who love a mellow track to relax to, then bookmark this page and keep in touch!


PLEASE NOTE: The downloadable track above is simply meditation music and NOT a guided meditation. Please follow the link if you would like a complimentary guided meditation.

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