I often listen to spa, new age, or meditation music. In addition to doing so when I meditate, I listen to this type of music when I am creating and writing. Often my blog posts are written, while I listen to some of the music I now share.
Yellow Brick Cinema’s Relaxing Piano Music, Stress Relief Music, Relax Music, Meditation Music, and Instrumental Music includes relaxing Guitar music, Piano music and Flute music.
Our instrumental music can be used for relaxation, study, meditation and stress relief.
This relaxing music can be used as study, background music, meditation music, relaxation music or as music for stress relief. Let the peaceful, calming and soothing sounds help you relax! Here are our music catagories:
- Sleep Music
- Study & Focus Music
- Relaxation, Meditation and Healing Music
- Spa and Massage Music
- Reiki & Zen Music
- Classical Music
Prayer is equally as powerful as is meditation. Working the two together can lead to transformation, a change in your life-perspective.
I especially enjoy that prayer requires surrender. Surrendering relinquishes our need to feel that we have to know all the answers, and therefore have to resolve all challenges. Surrender sets one free!
Prayer seems to obligate us to do all that we can, in expectation that the God (of our understanding) will do the rest. Once one sincerely places a prayer request into the universe, it bestows on the requester the obligation to do their part.
My mother was a devout Catholic. She prayed morning, noon, and night. She said the rosary, novenas, and had a list of her favorite patron saints. She wore the saint medals and gave some to her kids. Her home was adorned with pictures of Jesus, the Virgin, palms, and was occasionally sprinkled with holy water. My mother was committed until the end of her life on earth. She never whimpered in exercising her faith. I adopted many of her rituals and virtues, as a result.
I had moved away from the Catholic church for many years, until I solely cared of my elderly mother. While caring for her, I often took her to shrines, novena mass, Sunday mass, and grottoes. Her favorite places were the Lourdes Grotto in San Antonio, Texas, and the International Shrine of St. Jude in New Orleans. She called the latter, ‘the miracle church’.
From praying and practicing rituals with her, I learned to once again appreciate Catholicism. While I prayed I observed how committed were those who also participated. Many were elderly and made it to novena at 6 am every morning, some having done so for 10 – 20 years. Though many people may have negative impressions of the Catholic religion, and maybe religion in general, there is no way you will convince me that my mother and other congregates weren’t truly faithful.