Here is a collection of my favourite songs for Savansana or when you just want to chill, Enjoy!
Craig Pruess and Ananda,
Meditation: Try the long tracks of Ganesh Invocation; it will get your third eye pulsing
For meditation you might also like Chanting Om Music for Deep Meditation by Splendor and Power of Yoga, it goes on for 29 minutes so great for timing your meditation or just use it to lie and do nothing with
Snatam Kaur. This Kundalini Goddess can hit a beautiful note and has bought me to tears a few times; My favourites are; Suni-ai, Ong Namo, Aadas Tisai Aadays
Invocations Part one from Moola Mantra, Gayatri Mantra
Deuter: The album atmosphere is gentle Huit, lots of chirpy birds, Buddha Nature from the album Amida, soft and melancholic, Morning birds from the album Wind and mountain- good for healing and relaxation
beautiful music, sort of like singing bowels in places I love Hymn but couldn’t find it on youtube, here is another nice one to give you the idea
Michael Mandrell and Benji Wertheimer; most of the album Anjali is relaxing deep music
Tilopa– By the ganges I particularly love
Lots of my students like I am what I am by Guru Sing and friends, one of those friends is Seal
Moola Mantra- Beautiful!
The Moola Mantra is a powerful universal invocation of the one Divine Presence in your heart, which might be very personal to you. Chant or play this mantra whenever you feel to connect, to convey gratitude or in moments when you require help or guidance from the Divine.
The chanting goes like this: “Om Satchitananda Parabrahma Purushottama Paramatma Sri Bhagavati Sametha Sri Bhagavate Namaha”. And these are the original words in Devanagari (Sanskrit letters): ॐ सत्चितानान्दा परब्रम्ह पुरषोत्तम परमात्मा श्री भगवती समेत श्री भगवते नमः
For meditation you might like Chanting Om Music for Deep Meditation by Splendor and Power of Yoga, it goes on for 29 minutes so great for timing your meditation or just use it to lie and do nothing with
Jane Winther; Good for pranayama as it has good breathing beat
If you like something a bit more rocky you can check out the music of Krishna Das, he is famous in the yoga music world.