Reported by Chris Yangello
Research contributor: Imani Wj Wright
“If we can make just 1% of the population meditative, this world will be a different place.” - Sadhguru
Mediation is a super important part of our lives. While some of us take the time to meditate every day, others may never recall taking a few minutes to relax and take a conscious moment for themselves. While there are so many different podcasts, videos, and audio tracks that you can listen to to help you meditate, not all of them help you to relax the way you should, or need for that matter. Some are maybe filled with advertisements, while other tracks are too short. Regardless of the issue, finding the perfect audio can be a struggle.
However, I’ve recently discovered a new album on Spotify, titled “Wu Saah,” that’s dedicated towards helping you with your own guided meditation. This group of tracks are great for beginners, or even people who have years worth of experience in personal meditation. It's versatile in that way.
After my first listen and a discussion with my good friend Imani, I decided to give “Energy” a listen first. As someone who meditates from time to time, I have a basic fundamental understanding of what to expect in these kinds of tracks. However, I wasn’t prepared for what I was about to hear! A combination between a drum and a different beat collided to ease my mind within the first introduction to that piece.
I decided to put the composition on pause, limit my outside distractions, take a few deep breaths, then resume. It worked like magic. I felt extremely calmed and immediately one with myself, which was much needed being that I am a stressed out college student. Wu Saah is filled with many tracks that interact with you in different creative ways, and I‘m so happy to have stumbled upon this. If you’re interested in giving Wu Saah a listen, I encourage you to check it out on Spotify now using the link attached below.