Sat Nam yogi's,
I have been experimenting with a lot of things namely binaural beats,kirtan's of Krishna Das ji and even some tracks by the hard rock band Tool from their album Lateralus which i found a masterpiece after some research. Music has been my constant and only friend in the recent past. Be it waking up or sleeping or any other task.
But i have a personal concern and i want the help of all of you in this regard.
Is a lot of music having adverse effects on my ear drums? Although i try to keep a tap on the volume but sometimes i just passionately turn it on to full. So just a little bit concerned.
Hi Yogis,Question for everyone: Do you do anything special when you fall asleep?I have often been listening to mantra as I fall out: Either Sanatnam Kaur's Ra Ma Das Aa or Mantra Girls's Wahe Guru to get me in the right space for the journey into sleep.I wonder what other focus points my fellow yogi's might use? Guided meditation, prayer, whatever?Sat Nam,Tom
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