Nature Serenade

Nature Serenade

Music for Improving 'Grounding'

Natural sounds and music for strengthening the masculine or yang energy.

Detail: This music’s primary effect is on an energetic level helping to discharge built-up emotional energy. It has a secondary effect on the emotions themselves because of the discharge.

Listening tips: Intensive use: 1 - 2 times per day; Normal use: 1 - 2 times a week

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Allergies (food)

Allergies occur when a false alarm is sent to the immune system, so that it reacts against otherwise harmless foreign substances such as pollen, dust, food, etc. Heat, cold, sunlight and the emotions can all activate this reaction.

Helps to release emotional and energetic charge, which can be a contributing factor in allergies
Specific symptoms: It is particularly appropriate if you are experiencing emotional stress, situations with high emotional charge
Use: Acute: 1-2 times a day; Chronic: 4-5 times a day; As background, with a walkman/Discman while doing other things, or sitting or lying down


This disease is also known as ‘high blood pressure’. These titles help to resolve emotional and energetic blockages, which may be underlying this condition.

Helps discharge excess emotional energy, which may be a contributing factor to the hypertension
Specific symptoms: Difficulty in expressing feelings or emotions; feelings of depression or apathy
Use: Once a day; With headphones while sitting or during activity

Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a condition that affects many women 3 to 10 days before the beginning of their menstrual period.

The syndrome has a variety of symptoms, including anxiety, depression, sudden mood changes, crying easily, feeling angry or irritable, headaches, swelling, breast soreness, constipation, food cravings, and fatigue. Women affected by PMS may have any number of these symptoms at the same time, and the symptoms may be mild or severe. The cause of PMS is unknown.

Most doctors believe the symptoms result from hormone changes that take place during the menstrual cycle.

Helps discharge excess emotional energy, which may be a contributing factor to the PMS
Specific symptoms: Difficulty in expressing feelings or emotions; feelings of depression or apathy
Use: Once a day; With headphones while sitting or during activity

Sports training for optimum performance

A flexible mind and well-tuned energy field is essential for optimum performance in sports. Much of this comes from the training itself; however, psychological factors play an important part. The music can be used as emotional and energetic support to enhance the physical training.

Helps rapid discharge of emotional energy which can block optimal performance; for example, being frustrated or disappointed by outcome of event or training
Specific symptoms: All sports
Use: 1-2 times when frustration or disappointment are present; as part of a listening program with other titles to help maintain equilibrium and focus; With headphones sitting or lying down or during activity

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Balancing the hemispheres

A build-up of emotional energy can keep the brain from entering into a dynamic balance between the 2 hemispheres. This music can be used to discharge this excess.

Helps discharge/expression of emotional energy
Specific symptoms: Emotional highs and lows
Use: 1-2 times when highs or lows are present; With headphones sitting or lying down or during activity

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Depression; Emotional bonding and harmonizing relationships; Well-being and emotional stability;
For developing masculine aspect - personal power, self-esteem; Grounding; Hyperactivity

Helps discharge of emotional energy, which blocks or contributes to the above themes
Specific symptoms: Difficulty in being in contact with feelings and emotions; difficulty in expressing emotions; emotional highs and low; lack of contact with physical reality; as desired
Use: 1-2 times a day for acute situations; as needed; With headphones, as background music while sitting or lying down or during activity

Nature Serenade  exercises

Exercise 1

These natural sounds and music include a storm at sea. The exercise uses the movement of the sea as background to a writing exercise. It can also be used as background to a therapeutic psychological session.

Posture: Sit comfortably with writing materials.

Before you start the music, close your eyes and choose an incident or memory in your present or past that you feel is unresolved. You can also choose a behaviour pattern you want to change, or a more basic emotion that you want to explore, such as anger, joy, fear, or sexual excitement, for example. To start with, just choose one item. Once you have done this exercise once, you can work on several choices in one sitting, if you wish.

Start the music and when you feel in contact with yourself and ready, begin to write about the incident or emotion, covering in as much detail as possible the following points:

For Incidents:

  1. Describe it in as much details as you can remember
    • when - weather, time of year, month, day, year;
    • where – indoors, outdoors, house, beach etc;
    • how – just happened or did someone’s action set the experience in motion;
    • who – list all the people involved and their relation to you.

  2. Describe the actual happening in as much detail as possible
  3. Include what other people have told you, if you were very young
  4. Include as much sensorial memory as possible, what you heard, saw, smelled, tasted, felt physically.
  5. Describe how you reacted
  6. Describe how other people involved in the incident acted
  7. Describe circumstances relevant to the incident

When you have recalled as much as you can, take a moment and just listen to the music. You can think about what you wrote or not. After a few moments, decide how you would have changed what happened to resolve or clarify the experience for you. It can be something very simple. Allow yourself to create a different scenario, one that you feel good with. Write this down. If there is still time, sit back and enjoy the rest of the music.

For Behaviour Patterns:

  1. Describe the pattern in as much detail as you can
  2. Include when you do it, your body posture or body language, parts of your body that you use, any areas of tension, any words that you use
  3. Note if it is different around certain people, e.g. males, females, children, old people, peers
  4. Then write about the first time or period in your life when you began to do it as well as the surrounding circumstances
  5. You can use the list under ‘Incidents’ for details

Once you have described the behaviour pattern in as much detail as possible, take a moment and listen to the music and sea sounds. You can think about the pattern or not, as you wish. Then, visualize in your mind how you would like to act. Write that down.

Decide if there are any logistical changes you need to make in order to achieve the new pattern more easily. Make a note of those.

With the rest of the music visualize yourself changing and growing in the new pattern, leaving the old one in your past.

When the music is finished, stretch, move and bend over and touch the floor for a moment. Review your last notes about logistical changes and make a plan to implement them.

For Emotions:

  1. Write your definition of the emotion, what it means to you
  2. Describe your body posture when you experience the emotion and any accompanying tension
  3. Note if an action accompanies it, if you need other people to feel it or if you can only experience it by yourself
  4. Take a moment to remember the first time you had this emotion and how you acted and what happened
  5. Write this in as much detail as under ‘Incidents’

Then, listen to the music, thinking or not about the emotion. After, write how you would like to act when you feel this emotion. Think of any logistical changes you need to make in order to accomplish the desired change. Sit back, and enjoy the rest of the music. Afterwards, make a plan to implement the logistical changes.


If you are in a moment in your life where you need to clarify things and begin to connect with different aspects of yourself, you can do this exercise every day over a period of weeks. For example, in my late 20s, I used this technique myself daily for two months to help me go through a divorce.

Exercise 2

Posture: Sitting or lying comfortably.

Imagine yourself in a sturdy, well-stocked boat with everything you would need for a journey on a river that goes deep down into an underground cavern. This journey could be likened to a journey deep inside yourself. Imagine that the boat knows perfectly how to navigate the river without tipping over, running into rocks or cave walls. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the ride.

When the music ends, make sure you have a towel ready in case you got your feet wet!

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