Almost everyone has a favorite kind of music, or at least enjoys some kind of music. Music can bring back memories, help you relax, get you pepped up, etc… There is usually something for every mood and tastes! There have been several types of music that has helped on the spiritual journey as well. They are good for meditation or just listening to when you feel moved.
Dance of the Wild Faeries by Gary Stadler featuring Wendy Rule
Gary Stadler is a musician that has Celtic-inspired music. All of the albums are fairy themed, which is why I have nicknamed it fairy music. Between 1996 and 2006 he released six albums.
- Fairy of the Woods (1998)
- Reflections of the Faerie (2003)
- Fairy Lullabies (2006)
- Fairy Nightsongs (2000) features Singh Kaur
- Fairy Heartmagic (2000) with Stephannie
- Deep within a Faerie Forest (2004) with Wendy Rule
All of these can take you to magical realms. These are good with meditation, relaxation, sleeping, or just enjoyment.
Zuni Dawn by Robert Tree Cody
Native American Flute Music
There seems to be a connection to Native Americans and the Earth. There also seems to be a connection to spiritual journeys and Native Americans. This type of music can be good for meditation as well as taking you to your sacred place. Robert Tree Cody is a Native American flute player that has several albums out that get to the root of Native American culture.
Crystal Singing Bowls
Tibetan Singing Bowls
Singing bowls are great for meditation and healing. There are two types of singing bowls that are common.
These are good for healing the chakras, as each singing bowl is tuned to certain frequencies and chakras. Meditating while listening to singing bowls can take you into a deeper meditation.
These are just three examples of "magical" music. They can take you to different places, help with deeper meditation, and just help you release negative energy you may need to release.