Music Guided Breathing

Want the relaxation benefits of meditation but find it too difficult to keep up? With Harmonic Breathing all you have to do is breathe at a slow rate guided by the music, and your body will enter a more relaxed state. Binaural beats, infrasonic bass and nature sounds will help you relax even more.  Try it, it's free.
Want the relaxation benefits of meditation but find it too difficult to keep up? With Harmonic Breathing all you have to do is breathe at a slow rate guided by the music, and your body will enter a more relaxed state.
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    Introduction to Harmonic Breathing
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    Sandwood Bay
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    Calm Rain
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    Stream Of Consciousness
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    Sandwood Bay Instrumental
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How to Breathe with the Music

Put on headphones and sit or lie down comfortably
When you hear a rising note breathe in slowly through your nose so your stomach moves out. 
When you hear a falling note breathe out, letting your stomach relax as you exhale.
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Relax with a Unique Hybrid of Music and Breathing Exercises
Sandwood Bay
Calm Rain
Stream of Consiousness
Relaxing River
Deep Sleep Ocean
Sandwood Bay - Instrumental
How to do Diaphragmatic Breathing
Breathing Exercises for Anxiety
Breathing Exercises for Sleep
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Relax with a Unique Hybrid of Music and Breathing Exercises
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Calm Rain
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Stream of Consiousness
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Relaxing River
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Deep Sleep Ocean
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Sandwood Bay - Instrumental
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How to do Diaphragmatic Breathing
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Breathing Exercises for Anxiety
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Breathing Exercises for Sleep
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Our Listeners
This is a fantastic idea that will help everyone to actually do breathing exercises. Some people find it hard to keep doing breathing exercises, despite the many proven benefits. Harmonic Breathing makes it interesting, different, easier and even fun!
Dr. Melanie Suettman
Doctor of Clinical Psychology
This is amazing! It was remarkable how quickly my breathing pattern set itself to the music, without having to think about it. I can drop two apps off my phone now and get rid a load of notifications that I haven't meditated for 3 months!

Tom
Crieff,UK
It is truly amazing how great of a track one can produce with just a few drones and some proper - possibly shamanic - knowledge. Finely produced lingering drones seep into your soul one fractal element at a time, nurturing all that's fractured.

Tom
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Benefits of Harmonic Breathing

Sleep Better

Listen every night for 15 minutes before going to bed to help you sleep better.

Lessen Anxiety

Just 5 minutes of slow paced breathing can help put your body into a more relaxed state.

Easy To Do

Once you get used to the breathing exercises you can read a book at the same time!

Time Efficient

Get the benefits of paced breathing, binaural beats and nature sounds all at once.

Science Based

All aspects of the music are created based on the latest scientific research.

Charity

All royalties from Spotify and Apple Music are given to Cool Earth. 

Harmonic Breathing Features

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Resonance Breathing

Harmonic Breathing makes it easy to do slow paced breathing - just follow the rising and falling notes of the music. The latest scientific research on slow deep breathing, shows that it is effective at reducing the symptoms of anxiety [1] and insomnia [2]. Scientists are finding that a particular rate of breathing - around six breaths a minute - is especially effective at triggering a relaxation response in the brain and body. Our breathing meditation music guides you to breath at this special resonant breathing rate.

Binaural Beats

When you hear two tones, one in each ear, that are slightly different in frequency, your brain perceives a beat at the difference of the frequencies. This is called a binaural beat. Harmonic Breathing contains theta binaural beats which some research indicates can lead to a reduction in anxiety. To perceive binaural beats you must wear headphones.
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Infrasonic Bass

Some research suggests that very low bass tones when played back through a speaker vibrating on the body can promote relaxation.  Harmonic Breathing contains specially designed deep bass for this purpose.  Some people find the extra sensation adds to their relaxation.  For this purpose we recommend the Woojer Strap in focus mode, placed on the chest.

Binaural Nature Sounds

Harmonic Breathing contains a wide range of binaural nature sounds including rain, streams, rivers and the ocean.  These have been recorded using binaural techniques, and as a result when played back through headphones they create a 3D stereo impression of actually being in the location where the sound was recorded.  Research shows that nature sounds help the body and mind to relax.
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Frequently Asked
Questions

Have questions ? Here are answers to some of the frequently asked ones.
Are your products really free?
Yes. Everything we do is entirely free. We do not have any advertising.
How do you make money out of this?
We don’t. The only money we receive is streaming royalties from Spotify and Apple Music. We give all royalties to Cool Earth, an environmental charity. We simply want to help other people who suffer from challenges such as stress, anxiety and sleep problems.
Do you have an App?
There is no app, but all our music to help with breathing exercises are available to stream from our website, Spotify and Apple Music. You can also learn more about breathing exercises right on this website and through our newsletter.
What’s the best way to get started with Harmonic Breathing?
Read through a few of the articles on our website, where you’ll also find advice on how to get started and sample tracks for you to try. And why not sign up for our newsletter for more tips, tutorials and a free music download?
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Harmonic Breathing is a music project that aims to make breathing exercises easy and enjoyable through breathing meditation music. The music is designed to help listeners breathe at the ideal rate for relaxation with rising and falling tones based on the latest scientific research. The experience is enhanced with infrasonic bass, binaural beats, and relaxing natural sounds.
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Harmonic Breathing is a music project that aims to make breathing exercises easy and enjoyable through breathing meditation music. The music is designed to help listeners breathe at the ideal rate for relaxation with rising and falling tones based on the latest scientific research. The experience is enhanced with infrasonic bass, binaural beats, and relaxing natural sounds.

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