7 Pieces of Music to Feed Your Soul

📷: Mike Giles

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” – Plato

Close your eyes, and think back to the last piece of music you listened to (try to hear really hear it). How did it make you feel? Were you happy, sad, motivated, inspired, angry or anxious? Perhaps you were a combination of things.

Music is something that has been around for hundreds of thousands of years, and its longevity isn’t surprising given its power — it’s a mind-altering substance capable of shifting your mood. The direction of course, depends on what you listen to.

Given that all of us, and everything around us is made up of energy, it’s important that we surround ourselves with high vibrating energies so we can maintain a high vibration as well, and this means listening to music that makes us feel good

When you listen to music, just like when you eat food, you’re feeding more than your body — you’re also feeding your soul. So nourish that beautiful soul of yours with music that inspires and awakens it! 

Here are 7 pieces of music to feed your soul: 

1.) Philip Wesley, Unbridled Spirit

2.) Ludovico Einaudi, Nuvole Bianche

3.) Jackie Wilson, Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher

4.) Brian Crain, Imagining

5.) Swedish House Mafia, Don’t You Worry Child

6.) Ottmar Liebert, Barcelona Nights

7.) Jill Scott, Golden



Screen Shot 2017-12-15 at 10.38.26 AM.png About Antasha Durbin: Antasha is a spiritual writer, life-long student of the universe, and psychic tarot card reader. Her website, cajspirituality.com, is dedicated to casualizing the spiritual experience and making it attainable for anyone, anywhere, anytime. Follow her for free, easy-to-digest and highly actionable advice on spirituality, mindfulness and empowered living.

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