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Meditation Help, is Music Right for Your Meditation
Having trouble relaxing or confused about using music or sound to meditate? Here is some free advice from a meditation teacher.
People often ask me if there is any benefit to having a background beat, sound, or music. That is a difficult question to answer, but here are some thoughts based on over 30 years of meditation and teaching meditation...
Physiologically speaking, when we meditate our brainwave patterns, that is the electrical activity in our brains, changes. As we relax we go into the alpha state, a restful and relaxed state where our attention becomes more focused and we begin the journey inward. That process, however, may be different for each individual. Some people find it easier to reach that state if they focus on music while others find it easier to listen to silence, or even their own breathing. There is no right way to do it, only the way that works for you.
But since it is a physical response, it should be noted that resonance may be used as a meditation tool. Resonance is the sympathetic response of the brain to mimic a frequency that it hears. It is similar to placing a stilled tuning fork beside a vibrating tuning fork. When the two forks come into proximity of each other the one that is still begins to vibrate at the same frequency as the vibrating fork. When our brains hear a constant beat or vibration, they too begin to vibrate or mimic the frequency.
So if you have music or a drum beat or even chanting at the right frequency, it may help your brain to automatically enter the alpha state. Baroque music has been credited with the power to help humans concentrate because of the beat that seems to help some people enter the alpha state more easily. That being said, however, for some people it is still annoying and if you are one of those people, don't worry and please don't try to force yourself to listen to a sound or music while trying to meditate.
The most important part of meditation is the inner personal journey and learning to listen to your own thoughts, feelings, moods, and needs. The inner you can teach the outer you how to reach a restful state of meditation if you will listen and trust your self.