Meditation Music

Music can be used to help you meditate, especially when you begin meditating. Music can help to avoid distractions, focus the mind and relax your body. It is very much a personal choice when it comes to selecting what music works best for you and what you enjoy.  There is a huge selection of meditation music available. From traditional singing bowls, mantra, tibetan, world, indian, modern techno to classical music.  Experiment with different types of music and see how it helps you with your meditation.

A few suggestions:


Om Mani Pandme Hung – Ani Choying Drolma

Aum Chant – Meditation on the eternal with ocean waves and Ektar – Music for Deep Meditation

Jewels of Silence – Ashana with Thomas Barquee – Meditations on the Chakras for Voice and Crystal Singing Bowls

Nawang Khechog – Infinite Love
Music “Infinite Love” by Nawang Khechog (iTunes)


Nightbook (2009)
Composed and performed by Ludovico Einaudi.

In Principio – 0:00
Lady Labyrinth – 2:51
Nightbook – 8:21
Indaco – 14:13
The Snow Prelude – 19:34
Eros – 24:03
The Crane Dance – 29:41
The Snow Prelude No. 2 – 32:46
The Tower – 36:55
Reverie – 41:36
Bye Bye Mon Amour – 46:16
The Planets – 53:54
Solo (Hidden) 1:00:51

“A night-time landscape. A garden faintly visible under the dull glow of the night sky. A few stars dotting the darkness above, shadows of the trees all around. Light shining from a window behind me. What I can see is familiar, but it seems alien at the same time. It’s like a dream – anything may happen.” Music “Einaudi: Solo” by Ludovico Einaudi – (iTunes)


A Hundred Blessings” by Mirabai Ceiba from the album “A Hundred Blessings”. To download this album visit: or (itunes)