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Meditation For Focus
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Meditation For Focus
Meditation For Focus
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Listening involves both the outside musical world and one's inner spiritual world. When we actively listen to external music, we can perceive a wide range of emotions and feelings. Depending on the song, rhythm, and instrument being played, we feel a variety of emotions. We develop an ear for the nuances, the rising and falling of the pitch, and the overall form of the song as we immerse ourselves in the sounds. If we pay great attention to the music, we can recognize its subtleties and form a closer connection with it.

Listening involves tuning into our emotions, thoughts, and intuitions. By focusing inward, we can find the subtle signals, impressions, and insights that come from within. When we adopt a compassionate and non-judgmental perspective toward our inner experiences, it is a process of self-discovery and self-awareness. Through this inner listening, we develop a better connection with our genuine selves and discover more about ourselves, our desires, fears, and aspirations.

Both styles of listening present an opportunity to be fully present and receptive. By engaging with both the outer world of music and the interior world of our souls, we open ourselves up to the transforming power of sound and contemplation. Our lives can be improved, our horizons can be expanded, and our sense of self and community can be strengthened through these interactions.


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Close your eyes and listen. Breathe long relaxed breaths and find, in this music track, an instrument that catches your attention. Follow each sound it makes. Is the pitch rising or falling? How would you describe this instrument? Stay focused on the sound and let it flow through you. Now transfer your listening from the music to your spirit. What feelings are flowing through your spirit? Focus on one that catches your attention. Perhaps this is simply a feeling or does it hold an impression, a message? If so, say this message to yourself. The music of your spirit flows through you always. Listen.

Watching Now
Meditation For Focus
Meditation For Focus
Skylight • 03:13

Listening involves both the outside musical world and one's inner spiritual world. When we actively listen to external music, we can perceive a wide range of emotions and feelings. Depending on the song, rhythm, and instrument being played, we feel a variety of emotions. We develop an ear for the nuances, the rising and falling of the pitch, and the overall form of the song as we immerse ourselves in the sounds. If we pay great attention to the music, we can recognize its subtleties and form a closer connection with it.

Listening involves tuning into our emotions, thoughts, and intuitions. By focusing inward, we can find the subtle signals, impressions, and insights that come from within. When we adopt a compassionate and non-judgmental perspective toward our inner experiences, it is a process of self-discovery and self-awareness. Through this inner listening, we develop a better connection with our genuine selves and discover more about ourselves, our desires, fears, and aspirations.

Both styles of listening present an opportunity to be fully present and receptive. By engaging with both the outer world of music and the interior world of our souls, we open ourselves up to the transforming power of sound and contemplation. Our lives can be improved, our horizons can be expanded, and our sense of self and community can be strengthened through these interactions.


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Close your eyes and listen. Breathe long relaxed breaths and find, in this music track, an instrument that catches your attention. Follow each sound it makes. Is the pitch rising or falling? How would you describe this instrument? Stay focused on the sound and let it flow through you. Now transfer your listening from the music to your spirit. What feelings are flowing through your spirit? Focus on one that catches your attention. Perhaps this is simply a feeling or does it hold an impression, a message? If so, say this message to yourself. The music of your spirit flows through you always. Listen.


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