Pull up a cloud, lie back and enjoy. Slow, unchanging music forms a warm, resonant sound ideal for relaxation. “…an excellent addition to one’s nightly sleep regimen.” — Dr. William Dement, Director, Stanford Sleep Disorders and Research Center and Professor of Sleep and Dreams at Stanford University.
Sleep & Relaxation
Sleep is the best meditation.”
—The Dalai Lama
Peaceful sleep is a crucial component of well-being but the accelerated pace and stress of our modern world is creating difficulties with getting to sleep and staying there.
Prepare for sleep with deeply relaxing sleep music, so your body can find its natural rhythm and your mind can put aside the worries of the day. This music is designed to send you to sleep when your mind is over-stimulated or filled with tension and you can’t get the rest you need.
Listening to music to go to sleep can lead to wondrous dream states and rejuvenation that can add more vitality to your life. If you suffer from sleep issues, restlessness and insomnia, we invite you to incorporate our sleep music into your routine. This music is appropriate for all ages.
The best sleep music comes from Liquid Mind, zero-beat music composed by Billboard-charting musician Chuck Wild. Liquid Mind music has been endorsed by Dr. William C. Dement, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford University professor and the world’s leading authority on sleep and sleep deprivation.
Our selections for Music to aid sleep and relaxation offer:
- No regular rhythm to encourage deep relaxation and reduced anxiety.
- Soft edges and consistent volume that do not arouse or startle.
- The frequency restriction helps to relax muscles and soothe autonomic reactions.
- This music is carefully crafted, continuous sound for passive, not active, listening.
Fueled by reflective dreaminess and soft, emotive piano melodies, Koch creates tapestries of soft instrumentation and lilting melody lines. Serene music for relaxation and quiet times.” —Music Design
According to a wise old parable, a gentle breeze is more welcome than a mighty storm. So it is with Koch’s fifteen new compositions, though within their gentle nature is contained a spirited essence. The effect upon listening is of one’s spirit being caressed by a gentle breeze of hope.
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