Meditation is a powerful tool for reducing stress, increasing focus, improving overall well-being, and helping reach different levels of self discovery. There are may different methods and means to meditate, but one way to enhance your meditation practice is by incorporating music into your routine. By adding music to your practice, it can help guide your mind along a peaceful path and help maintain focus by following along to the rhythm. Techno music, in particular, can be a great choice for meditation as it often features repetitive beats and minimalistic melodies that can help calm the mind and promote a meditative state.
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Meditation is a personal practice and it’s important to find what works best for you. So in the quest to find that zen sweet spot, here are the top 7 techno tracks to meditate to and to see if it helps you have a deeper, more thorough session with yourself.
KAS:ST – “Raining Day”
“Raining Day” by KAS:ST is a beautiful soundscape perfect for taking you through the nooks and crannies of your mind. The steady beat is a good guide to allow your mind to follow as you continue to breathe and allow yourself to go on a journey. The melody is peaceful and uplifting and is sure to take you to a peaceful place as well.
Hamatsuki – “Still Searching”
“Still Searching” by Hamatsuki is a great song for meditation because of its soothing, calming and ambient nature. The track begins with a soft piano melody, that sets a peaceful and reflective tone. The gentle beats and the piano melody create a meditative atmosphere that can help you relax and focus. The nature of the track creates a spacious and calming soundscape that can help you to quiet your mind, and focus on your breath.
Dreemwax – “You Wouldn’t Understand”
“You Wouldn’t Understand” by Dreemwax has gentle, euphoric qualities that will help you get in a calm state of mind. Its soothing nature with gentle beats accompanied by subtle electronic sounds create a meditative atmosphere that will help you relax and focus. Maybe you will understand after taking a deep dive into yourself with this track on in the background.
Dauwd – “Kolido”
“Kolido” by Dauwd creates a hypnotic effect that can help guide your breath and focus your mind. The minimalistic approach of this track allows the listener to focus on the music and their breath without distraction. The use of ambient sounds creates an immersive and calming environment that can help you to relax and focus on your breath. The song has an emotional depth and a sense of peacefulness that can prove to be a great aid in finding your own sense of peaceful.
Introversion – “Dystopia”
The artist Introversion can help you find your own introversion by meditating to their track “Dystopia”. This tracks pulsating beat and deep atmosphere can help you reflect with yourself and help pull yourself out of any mental dystopia you may have found yourself in before your session. The song increases in intensity and adds layers as it progresses, which is hopefully something that your mind mirrors as you continue to breathe deeply and thoroughly to the music.
Moomin – “Time Circle”
Moomin‘s track “Time Circle” will have you enter a time circle of your own inside your mind if you put it on and begin your breathe work. It has a repeatative and melodic beat that can help you focus, and has a beautiful instrumental break that will promote tranquility and peace. The track has a spacious and minimalistic approach that is sure to help you relax and reflect.
Fejká – “Twilight”
Fejká’s “Twilight” is beautiful song to meditate to, a musical journey that will only enhance the journey you take into your mind. It’s gentle, soothing, and features touching vocals that will lull you into relaxation as you find the peace within yourself.
Overall, techno music can be a great choice for meditation as it features a steady, pulsing beat that can help guide your breath and focus your mind. It incorporates deep, atmospheric sounds that can create a calming, meditative environment. Remember, it’s always best to use headphones when meditating to music, and try to find a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbed. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned meditator, incorporating these techno tracks into your practice can help to enhance your experience and deepen your connection to yourself.