The noise of a burning, crackling fire will help put your mind in order and tune in to a positive mood. External factors. Every day a tsunami of different thoughts...
Category - Music for Meditation
Music for meditation. Our body has a biological clock in all parts and tissues. But all this is dominated by our internal clock, which determines the patterns of behavior. They allow us to live in harmony with nature, for example, day and night or the seasons.
This internal clock reacts to a part of our brain located in the region of the hypothalamus behind the eyes, which is known as the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). The light enters the eyes and enters the SCN. When this part of the brain does not detect light, it activates the pineal gland, which handles the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone. As soon as it detects light, this gland stops working and produces melatonin.
Changes in lighting are the primary environmental factor that modulates our internal clock. So, our circadian rhythms force our body to synchronize sleep cycles with day and night.
Music for Meditation, Relaxing Music, Sleep Music
When you sit silently and immersed in deep meditation, you quickly realize how difficult it is to remain calm and focused in the present. Some practices can help us, for...