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How To Use Music To Heal From The Inside Out

How To Use Music To Heal From The Inside Out

The song 'Magic' by Coldplay is one of my favorite songs. Not only are they an incredible band, but this song, in particular, seems to always elevate my spirits. This healing music makes me feel so overjoyed with love and happiness that I could even cry!

It's one of my go-to songs when creating my Mind Movies because I know that it will always put me in the highest frequency whenever I listen to it! Mind Movies transform regular vision boards into fun, digital video vision boards filled with positive affirmations, inspiring images, and motivating music. So incorporating a song that always lifts my mood while simultaneously watching my Mind Movie works to put me in peak 'manifesting' mode - in just a few fun minutes a day!

Because you see, there's just something about music that can touch our hearts and souls in a way that nothing else can. It has the power to transport us to another time or place, make us feel nostalgic, empower us to go after our goals, or even help us to heal from emotional pain.

In a sense, music is a form of therapy. And in fact, music therapy is a technique that can be used at any time to address both physical and mental health issues.

So what is music therapy exactly, and how can we use it to help us heal?

Well, musical therapy all comes down to frequency. Our bodies are made up of vibrating energy, and each organ has its own unique frequency. When we listen to music, the sound waves interact with our bodies and can help to restore us to a state of balance and harmony.

For example, if we are feeling low or anxious, listening to high-frequency music can help to raise our vibration and improve our mood. Similarly, if we are feeling angry or frustrated, lower-frequency music can help to calm and soothe us.Man Listening to Music Through Headphones While Journaling

So let's take a look at some specific ways that music can help to heal us both mentally and physically:

Music Can Help To Reduce Stress Levels

In today's fast-paced world, it's no wonder that so many of us are feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. According to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of Americans regularly experience physical symptoms caused by stress, and 48% say they lie awake at night due to stress.

But here's the good news: one of the best ways to combat stress is by listening to calm, relaxing music. Studies have shown that slow-paced music with a 60 beats per minute tempo can help to lower blood pressure, heart rate, and anxiety levels. And it’s even been shown to reduce anxiety before surgery, calming the kind of nerves that typically require medication to alleviate.

Music Can Help To Ease Depression Symptoms

If you're struggling with depression, you may feel hopeless and like there's no way out. But music can be a powerful tool to help ease your symptoms and give you hope. But simply listening to just 20 minutes of music each day can create a significant reduction in depression symptoms, making music therapy nearly as effective as antidepressant medication. One study found that music therapy was effective in reducing anxiety and improving the quality of life for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment.

Music Helps Us To Feel More Connected To Our Emotions

If we are feeling sad, listening to music can help us to process and release our emotions healthily. Some studies reveal that listening to sad music creates an increase in self-awareness, empathy, and emotional intelligence. So the next time you're feeling down, try putting on your favorite song and see how it makes you feel! You may just be surprised at the positive effect it has on your mind and body.

Music Can Help To Improve Sleep Quality

If you're one of the many people who struggle with insomnia, you know how frustrating it can be to try to get a good night's sleep. But did you know that music can help? Listening to calm, relaxing music before bedtime can help to slow down your heart rate and breathing, which will, in turn, help you to fall asleep more easily. One study found that patients who listened to 45 minutes of relaxing music before bedtime fell asleep faster and slept more soundly than those who did not listen to music.

Music Can Help To Reduce Pain Levels

Whether you're dealing with chronic pain or recovering from surgery, music can help to ease your discomfort. Music is often considered one of the best non-pharmacological methods to reduce chronic pain, allowing those affected to shift their mind away from unpleasant sensations like traditional pain, anxiety, and muscle tension.

Music Can Help To Boost Immunity

If you're looking for a natural way to boost your immunity, music may be just what you need. One study shows that patients who listened to relaxing music each day had a significant increase in levels of the antibody immunoglobulin A, which is responsible for fighting off infection.

So if you're interested in using music for healing, there are a few things you can do to get started.

First, find some music that you enjoy and make sure to listen to it regularly. It's also important to experiment with different genres of music to see what has the most positive effect on your mind and body.

In addition, consider attending a sound bath or sound healing session, where you can lie down and relax while listening to the soothing vibrations of different types of instruments. Doing so can help to release any negative emotions you may be holding on to and leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.

Healing meditation is also a great way to use music for healing. There are many different playlists available online or on apps like Spotify that can help you to relax and focus your mind, with pleasant, soothing sounds playing in the background.

And last but not least, don't forget to sing your heart out! There's no better way to raise your vibration and boost your mood than by letting loose and belting out your favorite tunes. So go ahead and give that a try, too – you just might be surprised at how good it feels!

So if you're looking for a natural way to ease your body and mind, consider adding some uplifting healing meditation music to your daily routine and let the healing power of music work its magic!

And speaking of magic, I’d also like to share with you a very special gift that can add to the healing powers of music, and help you boost your ability to manifest your desires! It’s three of my pre-made Mind Movies you can watch anytime you need to lift your mood and manifestation power – absolutely free! So go here now to download your FREE Mind Movies and prepare to be amazed by how quickly your life can change!



Natalie Ledwell is a best selling author, speaker and successful entrepreneur. She's passionate about helping others to achieve their greatest dreams and ambitions through her personal development programs and her online TV show, The Inspiration Show.

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