Reiki Healing Music

Apple and Android
Lets start with the most popular those days, listening to music on the go (you can also record it, and play offline off from your library pre-recorded) for all devices: Iphone, Ipod, Ipad and Android phones and tablets. By far the best app is "TuneIn Radio", with it you can do a lot: TuneIn is a new way to listen to music, sports, talk, and comedy streaming from every corner of the earth, also in all languages, with over 70,000 radio stations and 2 million on-demand. TuneIn Radio Pro adds the ability to record everything you love from TuneIn Radio.
Once you have the app running on your device, I recommend to search for Gender "New Age" then you select radio stations like:
1) Healing Music Radio
2) SKY.FM New Age
3) Day Spa (Relax)
4) Meditation FM
Don't forget to record and build your on library you can listen to offline.

Website at:
What's the name the song playing?
Well there is always that moment you can't figure out what's the name of this song, and who is the singer? Now you can have access to this wounderful app, the name of it is the same on Iphone and Android, download is free, go get it:
app name: SoundHound   
Reiki healing music free download,  click here --> New Age Music MP3 songs

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I would love to have your input. Do you like it? your vote matters, click the like button.., Do you want to suggest us some Reiki music of your preference, leave us a comment with names of songs and composers, and share with your friends on facebook.
 By Aneal (Light and Love Album)  click here --> Be still thy Soul
Her voice gracefully curves the waves of  love,
landing a exquisite and Divine Dance,
carrying me into buoyance in the Sea of Love.  
By Llewellyn (Reiki Healing Journey) click here -->  Angel voices 
Embark into a journey,
from Angelical realm,
 to air, to fire, to water and Earth.
By The Sixteen (Renaissance - Music for Inner Peace) click here --> Libera nos, Salva nos
Be heighten to the highest,
were Angels are awaiting,
through a spiral stairway to Haven.
By Seascape series (Ocean Impressions album) click here --> Pachelbel In Nature
Canon in D, ocean waves washing up on the shore,
violin whispering brisa
By David Newman (Into the Bliss album kirtan) click here --> Shiva Shambho
 Be transformed, deep impressions of shiva's signature
eternal memories of shivas's Light in You,
and know, you are Shiva within.
By Tarshito (Chanting into Bliss II album Kirtan) click here --> Jaya
Sita Ram Jaya, nectar sweet nectar,
velvet voice, sweet velvet,
Jaya, Jaya Sita Ram...

CD Album

This songs listed below are Lifting my spirit for the past 15 years, in special Tribute to composer and singer "Patrick Bernard" to his magnificence in inducing the mind to achieve new heights, in connecting with Divine Waves of Love. I hope you too will have an awesome experience. Be lifted by the songs spirit!    Ricardo

Amber - David Darling & Michael Jones

Ancient Echos - Georgia Kelly & Steven HalpernPure - Haley Westenra

Angel Symphony of Love and Light - Merlin's Magic

Angel Symphony - Frantz Amathy

Atlantis Angelis - Patrick Bernard   

Best of Silk Road - Kitaro

Canon Trilogy - R. Carlos Naki

Chakra Suite - Steven Halpern

Cho Ku Rei - Weave

Dakshina - Deva Premal

Door of Faith - Krishna Das

Eastern Peace - Steven Halpern

Ethnicity - Yanni

Heart of the River - Julie Blue

Inner Peace - Steven Halpern

Into the Bliss, A Kirtan Experience - David Newman

Love and Light - Anael & Bradfield

Mariner - Tony O'Connor

Medicine Woman - Medwyn Goodall

Midwives of the Light - Scott Kalechstein

Narayana - Patrick Bernard  

Only Time - Enya

Om Shati - Diane Rogers (Album "New Year New You: A Sounds True Sampler 2011")

Om Tara - Patrick Bernard   

Om Tara - Craig Pruess (Album "Secred Chants of Buddha")

Om Tare - Sarva Antah & Children (sung by children, Album "Mantras for the Young at Heart")

Om Tare Tuttare - Deva Premal (Album "Embrace")

Om Tare Tuttare - Tim Wheater/Natalie Shaw/David Lord (Album "Invisible Journeys")

Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha - Ani Choying Dolma (Album "Inner Peace")

Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha -Betty Roi (Album "La Lumiere Du Son")

Prayer by Women - Dasi Karnamrita

Pachelbel in Nature - Various Artists, Seascapes Series (Album "Ocean Impressions")

Radiance - Steven Halpern

Reiki Light Touch - Merlin's Magic

Reiki Heart - Capitanata Alberto Grollo

Reiki Healing Journey - Liewellyn

Reiki (Heart of Light) - Massimo Claus

Revelation Solaris - Patrick Bernard  

Seascapes - Georgia Kelly

Shamanic Dream - Anugama

Solaris Universalis - Patrick Bernard   

Soprus Universales - Aurio Corra

Sunscapes - Michael Jones

The Heart of Reiki - Merlin's Magic

The Red Road - Bill Miller


Meditation Music
"Meditate, infinity Love and Peace dwells within the finite body"
Music to bring the brain waves down into silence and Meditation. It helps you to train your brain to deeper levels of meditation.Enjoy, learn how to meditate. These songs are created to induce your brain into a deep silence, with Holodynamic Vibrational Entrainment Technology (HVET). Now that technology allows for precise research and studies, science is able to explain this phenomenon, which is now called brainwave entrainment. Use it at maximum 20min. each time. U can use twice a day, morning and evening.

Additional information can be found on the website below (how the brain waves works, and these technology works as well). You can purchase songs on the website below, I advise to buy songs with Theta brain waves on it, and if you decide to buy with Gamma Brain waves, please use with caution because they are a lot deeper. Please don't bother with Alpha Brain waves, they are very mild levels of meditation.


Mantras (can also be used for meditation)
The Sanskrit word mantra- (m.; also n. mantram) consists of the root man- "to think" (also in manas "mind") and the suffix -tra, designating tools or instruments, hence a literal translation would be "instrument of thought".
Mantra, nature of mantra knowledge gave way to spiritual interpretations of mantras as a translation of the human will or desire into a form of action. In Hindu Upanishadic and Yogic thought, these sounds are manifestations of ultimate reality, in the sense of sound symbolism postulating that the vocal sounds of the mantra have inherent meaning independent of the understanding of the person uttering them.
The most basic mantra is Aum, which in Hinduism is known as the "pranava mantra," the source of all mantras. The Hindu philosophy behind this is the idea of nama-rupa (name-form), which supposes that all things, ideas or entities in existence, within the phenomenological cosmos, have name and form of some sort. The most basic name and form is the primordial vibration of Aum, as it is the first manifested nama-rupa of Brahman, the unmanifest reality/unreality. Essentially, before existence and beyond existence is only One reality, Brahma, and the first manifestation of Brahma in existence is Aum. For this reason, Aum is considered to be the most fundamental and powerful mantra, and thus is prefixed and suffixed to all Hindu prayers. While some mantras may invoke individual Gods or principles, the most fundamental mantras, like 'Aum,' the 'Shanti Mantra,' the 'Gayatri Mantra' and others all ultimately focus on the One reality.
Mantra japa was a concept of the Vedic sages that incorporates mantras as one of the main forms of puja, or worship, whose ultimate end is seen as moksha/liberation. Essentially, mantra japa means repetition of mantra,[8] and it has become an established practice of all Hindu streams, from the various Yoga to Tantra. It involves repetition of a mantra over and over again, usually in cycles of auspicious numbers (in multiples of three), the most popular being 108. For this reason, Hindu malas (bead necklaces) developed, containing 108 beads and a head bead (sometimes referred to as the 'meru', or 'guru' bead). The devotee performing japa using his/her fingers counts each bead as he/she repeats the chosen mantra. Having reached 108 repetitions, if he/she wishes to continue another cycle of mantras, the devotee must turn the mala around without crossing the head bead and repeat.

To attain single-pointedness of mind, repetition of mantra's can be done in the following ways:[9]

  • Mantra Yoga (chanting)
  • Japa Yoga:
    • Vaikhari Japa (speaking)
    • Upamsu Japa (whispering or humming)
    • Manasika Japa (mental repetition)
    • Likhita Japa (writing)

It is said that through japa the devotee attains one-pointedness, or extreme focus, on the chosen deity or principal idea of the mantra. The vibrations and sounds of the mantra are considered extremely important, and thus reverberations of the sound are supposed to awaken the Kundalini[10] or spiritual life force and even stimulate chakras according to many Hindu schools of thought.


In Tibet "Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha"
In Sanskrit "Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Svāhā"

Tibetan culture, and some others, green is
considered to include all the other colors.

The practice of Green Tara helps to overcome fear and anxiety, but devotees also believe that she can grant wishes, eliminate suffering of all kinds and bring happiness.

When called upon, she instantaneously saves us from eight specific calamities. (Another lineage describes 16.) The First Dalai Lama lists the 8, and interprets them as representative of corresponding defects, flaws, or obscuration: 1) lions and pride 2) wild elephants and delusions 3) forest fires and hatred 4) snakes and envy 5) robbers and fanatical views 6) prisons and avarice 7) floods and lust 8) demons and doubt


OM represents Tara's sacred body, speech and mind.

TARE means liberating from all discontent.

TUTTARE means liberating from the eight fears, the external dangers, but mainly from the internal dangers, the delusions.

TURE means liberating from duality; it shows the true cessation of confusion.

SVAHA means "may the meaning of the mantra take root in my mind."

Ani Choying says: "This mantra is believed to contemn the power to bless us with ability to develop one owns compassion qualities through which we will not only be able to heal oneself, but we will be able to heal others too".
Sung by Ani Choying Drolma (nun from Nepal her website: )