C A L M M U S I C …
Everyone regardless of whether they are highly sensitive or not benefits from relaxing music.
This video with its soothing piano, ambient music and beautiful spring blossoms can help you to relax. Listen to this calming music as you prefer, during your activities or simply relax and allow yourself to do nothing.
You will be surprised with how much energy and productivity you will start into your next task.
A study, by Elaine and Arthur Aron, shows that for highly sensitive people, listening to relaxing music leads to feelings of empathy and social connection.
In the study, the researchers found that in people with higher empathy, the brain’s reward system is stimulated by music, producing a good mood.
More importantly, it stimulates areas of the brain that are essential to social experience.
Highly sensitive people experience music in the same way as if they were interacting with other people. : )
Q U E S T I O N
What is your favorite way to relax?
Curious about your comments and ideas!
M U S I C
I use Epidemic Sound, to curate the best selection of music for you.
They have many talented musicians and high quality music in their program. https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/d0ulmg/
S U B S C R I B E
New Relaxing Videos Every Week!
F O L L O W
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M E D I T A T I O N + S L E E P M U S I C
Calm Mind . 20 min Meditationhttps://youtu.be/dvTuaSHDkvo
Deep Sleep . Soothing Ambient Music
Calm Sleep . Relaxing Sleep Music with subtle Ocean Sounds
A B O U T M E
Hi, I’m Lilli! I’m an artist, freelancer and content creator based in Berlin!
As a highly sensitive person, I intuitively developed the habit of listening to calming music, whether I wanted to improve the quality of my sleep, concentrate better at work, or just relax for a moment.
I noticed a significant improvement in my mood and resilience and would like to share this positive experience with you all. I really hope to help you with my selection of relaxing music and beautiful nature shots. : )
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Study: The highly sensitive brain: an fMRI study of sensoryprocessing sensitivity and response to others’ emotionsBy: Bianca P. Acevedo, Elaine N. Aron, Arthur Aron, Matthew-Donald Sangster, Nancy Collins & Lucy L. Brown