I am usually particular, particularly when it comes to music. So when I began to restfully sit upon my long chair on my faux patio with Spotify in the palm of my hand, I meticulously selected basically psybient (psychill, and so on) songs for meditative and otherwise restful listening.
Unimportantly note that I will only elaborate on that “patio”, if you ask me to, within the comments area.
While understanding that music is purely subjective, I am a brutally tough music critic, so fans of the aforementioned genres who agree with my musical tastes can conveniently avoid such critical efforts. If I feel that one instrument does not fit right, and/or the production lacks proper impact for me, then it does not make my playlist cut.
There are two Rest Ethic Time playlists — Sun and Moon. The Sun playlist has a little more energy (great for a restful morning).
Each playlist is over 50 songs at this point, and likely will continue to grow, as I enjoy finding choice music to expand them.
As I am directly (seamlessly within automatically universally) connected with some yoga teachers, I know many of them use Spotify for their classes. If you are a similar teacher, one who recognizes the serious awareness improvement from responsible psychedelic use in conjunction with the undeniable health improvement of yoga (a combination that works wonderfully well with the aforementioned musical genres), then you may find a treasure trove of songs to add to your class playlist(s).
Some people (e.g. certain eastern philosophers) believe that psychedelics are the thieves’ way to enlightenment. I wholeheartedly disagree. Responsible psychedelic use modulates a person’s symphonic neurology in a way that demonstrably conveys the boundless energy nature of reality vastly more efficiently than verbal expressions, symbolism, and traditional ritualism alone.
Enlightenment is achieved by resting the part of your brain that draws the boundaries that define words, people, stuff, events, and whatever other boundary style that I may be missing. When your brain restfully (not forcibly) ceases to draw boundaries, you logically and sensationally resonate as one with reality — the totality of existence equal to pure understanding. If you try to grasp that extremely powerful sensation, then your brain draws at least one boundary, and that sensation disappears.
Preferably for your listening pleasure, I highly recommend that you simply choose shuffle play, and give it a go…