Meditation Music: The 10 Best Places To Find Music for Free

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Meditation has been used for hundreds of years and has many benefits, especially when coupling meditation with music. And the best part is, it's free.

Music will help guide a meditative person into a deeper state. That is why it is essential to have meditation music to add to your program. There are dozens of websites where you can listen to free music for meditation and yoga. Here is a list of the best sources.

Spotify

You can look up some of the great composers of the 20th century and compile a meditation playlist to your liking. There are thousands of pre-made playlists made not only by those more musically inclined but also by other uses of Spotify to help them ease their anxiety and depression.

It is also where you can find great videos that feature meditation music. Some go on for hours with deep, relaxing melodies that are good for sleep. Many are accompanied by visual graphics that help to soothe the viewer.

YouTube

Free Music Archive

FreeMusicArchive.org is an excellent catalog of the Creative Commons licensed music that can be accessed for meditation music and many different genres.

TunePocket.com is a multi-genre library with thousands of music tracks, loops, and sound effects. They can be mashed together and compiled to create an excellent meditation soundtrack.

Tune Pocket

Pond 5 advertises as a service for those who wish to work within or study the visual arts. They not only have a database of music and sound effects but also of stock videos.

Pond 5

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