Music live on the app
The songs listed below are all available on the app.
New music added regularly.
Those marked 'Free' can be enjoyed with no sign-up, no ads and no restrictions.
Once you are in the app, select any of the songs and just click 'play' to hear these beautiful compositions.
There is so much choice and unlike any other app, boundless possibilities to customise each song to your exact taste.
The audio previews are approx 30-50 second clips, from the default settings of the music. More instruments may be available for each composition on the app.
Spirit of the Forest
The practice of Shamanic drumming is to ultimately induce a range of ecstatic trance states to connect with the spirit dimension.
Practiced in diverse cultures around the planet, this drum method can be seen the world over. Shamanic drumming uses repetitive rhythms that gradually builds in intensity. It may be possible after considerable exposure to induce light to deep trance states. Experienced shamanic practitioners use this to bring about their beliefs of journeying, shapeshifting, and divination.
The music here uses the powerful repetition and consistent tempo of shamanic drums, predominantly to help you relax, but may even help you reach a state of trance to invoke the spirits of the Forest.
By default we have set the volumes for you to experience only the drums with a small addition of chimes. Give this a try for 10 minutes or so, to see how it makes you feel. Shamanic drums are not typically used as a basis to support highly melodic elements, but we have added a wonderful, rich soundscape with additional flute for you to try.
Whichever combination works for you, and makes you feel at ease, then that’s the right setting for you. You may even become addicted to the intoxicating sound of the drums, and progress through a series of trance states until you reach the level that is necessary for healing to occur.
Please let us know if you find any benefit from this music and leave a review below. Thank you.
Third Eye Chakra, Ajna (Pure Tone) 852 Hz
The ajna (pronounced ‘agya’) is located between the eyes and influences your pituitary gland. Also known as the Third Eye Chakra, it is often used as a focal point during asana practice to develop more concentration and awareness.
It is associated with intuition, wisdom, intelligence, intuition, insight, and serves as a channel for intellectual release and liberation through awareness and deep self-knowledge.
When imbalanced, it may make you feel non-assertive and afraid of success. An imbalance can also manifest as physical problems like headaches, blurry vision, and eye strain.
When this chakra is active and balanced, a person feels more vibrant and confident, both spiritually and emotionally, along with improved ability to make decisions. In the absence of the fear, one becomes his own master and remains free of all attachment to material things.
This music will allow you to regulate growth and development through the brain centre and the pituitary gland, which has been referred to as ‘the master gland’.
The vowel sound for this chakra is ‘Aye’. We have included this as an instrument in the composition, and can be used as a guide for your practice. Focus your attention and project the sound to the forehead. Then slowly and calmly repeat the vowel sound 7 times if possible. As it resonates at the third eye you may experience this energy centre aligning with a sense of greater balance and self-awareness.
You can either leave the Aye vowel instrument playing or remove it altogether as you say the words out loud. So time to start, try just the multiple textures and decorations of the Soundscape 852 Hz instrument along with the vowel instrument, and allow at least 30 minutes for the ajna to start to work. It is also possible to experience some levels of positivity very quickly as you focus on your third eye.
The sound of panpipes adds more musicality and atmosphere to the composition. They have also been tuned 852 Hz. This instrument dates back to ancient greeks and was first used by shepherds in ancient times. Allow the simple melody of this instrument to help you to fully relax and settle into the empowering frequency of the ajna chakra.
Chakra: Third Eye
Vowel: Aye (as in ‘may’)
Frequency: 852 Hz
Location: Forehead, between the eyes
Sacral Chakra, Swadisthana (Pure Tone) 417 Hz
The swadishthana chakra, associated with the sacrum and located below the naval, It is known to influence self-worth as well as creativity and sexuality.
When in balance, and through a strong sense of desire, we can pursue our passions and be at peace with all the challenges that life may present.
In ancient times, it was believed that menstrual and reproductive issues were caused in part by an imbalance in this chakra. When corrected, you feel abundant, creative, and free. It marks the start of our new beginnings in life and can bring about change. True alignment will make you feel good about your sexuality, and take joy in the pleasure of all the senses.
We have added the wonderful sound of a Balafon, a kind of wooden xylophone. It has been played since the 1300 and originated in Mali. We have used it here as a backdrop to the Puretone and we’ve been told it can be quite mesmerizing. All instruments in our chakra series are tuned to their corresponding frequencies for sacred precision.
Frequency: 417 Hz
Location: Below the naval
Root Chakra, Muladhara (Pure Tone) 396 Hz
The root chakra is located at the base of the coccyx. It can be considered the foundation of your earthly existence and wellbeing.
When in balance you can feel stable and secure, characterised by emotions of calmness and self-sufficiency.
However, when not in balance you will feel less confident, energetic and independent. This music serves to rebalance this chakra, aligning your core, and stabilizing the root of your being. Try to focus your thoughts lightly on the base of your spine and listen to the music with just the Pure tone instrument to see if you can find a feeling of calm.
The vowel sound for this chakra is a deep ‘Uh’. We have included this as an instrument in the composition, and can be used as a guide for your practice. Focus your attention on the lowest part of your body and project your intention for the sound to resonate at the base of the spine. Then slowly and calmly repeat the vowel sound 7 times if possible.
You can either leave the Uh vowel instrument playing or remove it altogether as you say the words out loud. If this doesn’t work for you, reciting affirmations such as ‘I am safe’ or ‘I am grounded’ can also be highly beneficial to improve confidence for some.
Alternatively, just relax and enjoy the music combinations. All the instruments are tuned to the 396 Hz frequency for this purpose, including both the Duduk and Tanpura.
The Duduk is an ancient woodwind instrument, originating from Armenia, dating back as far as 95-55 BC, but found its way later to Middle East and the Caucasus.
The Tanpura is a long-necked plucked string instrument, originating from India. It sustains the sound of a single multi-toned note, whilst typically supporting the melody of other instruments.
Vowel: Uh (as in ‘huh’)
Frequency: 396 Hz
Location: Base of the spine; tailbone