Heart opener playlist

Today is the first day of summer, and we only have a couple of days left in Gemini season before we move into Cancer! Gemini is an air sign, which is connected to our lungs (anxiety) and heart (joy)!

This playlist I’m sharing below has definitely brought me joy over the last week, and I wanted to share it with you too. Each of the songs are uplifting and most use mantras that are directly connected to opening the heart center. And of course, you can still use it when we move into Cancer (water element).

I’d recommend doing a pranayama meditation while playing these songs, which nourishes your lungs, decreases anxiety, and rejuvenates your whole system. For example you could do an inhale/hold/exhale breath cycle for 10, 15 or 20 seconds. Meaning inhale slowly for 10 seconds through your nose, suspend the breath for 10 seconds, and exhale slowly for 10 seconds through your nose. If 10 seconds aren’t enough, try 15 or 20 seconds. If 10 seconds are too much, try 5 seconds and add a second on each day.

Each of these songs are by Kundalini musicians, and whenever I teach a class or a meditation people ask for the playlist because the music is so beautiful. I hope you enjoy, and let me know if you have a favorite!

About Molly

Molly Hamill, MAMolly Hamill, MA, is a certified life coach, Kundalini yogini and mediation enthusiast. She works with people around the country helping them lose their stress and feel their best. After recovering from her own health journey (Hashimoto's Hypothyroiditis, Adrenal Fatigue, and Leaky Gut), she is especially passionate about helping others establish mindsets and habits that support their health and happiness. For more information about Molly, get her weekly emails (sign up in green bar below), follow her on her Instagram and Facebook page, or chat with her in her private Facebook group, where she posts daily to help keep you connected with truth, dreams and desires. Prior to breaking free of the 9-5 life, she was an award-winning human resources executive for a national healthcare company.

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