Finding my wavelength with binaural beats and meditation

Music is my first love. The way our minds can connect to a bassline, random snare, vocal hook or singalong anthem is truly joyous. Music takes us to heightened states, which include not only ecstasy but also mindfulness – fully committing us to the moment.

My love for music started with devouring my mum’s eclectic vinyl collection as a kid. Side by side were classic cuts from Marvin Gaye, Donna Summer, Abba, The Beatles and Dolly Parton.

Soon, I added to those 12”s my love of electronic music, acid house and rave. Further igniting a passion that led to me making house music and DJ’ing across the UK and Europe. Lots of many happy memories and good friends made along the way.

Now that I’m in my 40s and a dad, the relationship I have with music has a new and introspective dimension through meditation. To help with my meditation, I use binaural beats to quieten my inner voice and block out the outside world.

Read the full blog at wavelength.design.

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