Thank you for sharing.
I practice zen meditation – zazen.
Zazen is best practiced without any music or other noise in the background, especially when first learning to meditate. After you are more experienced in meditation you can meditate anywhere under any conditions, but this only comes after a lot of practice.
I’d advise you to try to find as quiet as place as possible for your meditation.
Metallica – Whiplash.
Amazing Grace Cherokeehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvYIjFtPQEk
It is so soft, melodic and soothing to the soul. You don’t have to read or speak Cherokee to be blessed by it.
When I speak your name
by Christ for the Nations music
I like to listen to the beautiful baritone of Hein Braat chanting the Gayatri Mantra and the Kali Mantra.
This inspiration song is sung to the tune “I’m all shook up” by Elvis
My hands are nailed
My feet are tied
I can’t rock and roll because I’m crucified
Oh ho ho yeah hey hey
I’m all nailed up
I listen to music by an artist called “Metallica”
Michael Jackson’s Thriller
P.S. He’s dead
my sweet lord
I prefer ACDC’s Highway to Hell. It always gets me in the right frame of mind
Number of the Beast by Iron Maiden
As a Muslim I do not listen to Musical instruments. I listen to the Quran, I find it the most uplifting and beneficial.
A Chapter of the Quran recited: