Guide to Using Music to Raise Your Vibration

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Music can raise your vibration to the highest frequency.

Whether you want to increase your energy level, lift you out of sadness, or help you have an amazing breakthrough, music can open your heart and soul, helping you to achieve a profound state of joy.

Instead of trying to think positively and feel good, you can let music do all the work for you.

Whether life is challenging or you want to boost your manifesting results, you can listen to music to raise your vibration. Not only will you start to be at a higher vibration energetically, you will begin to remain at a high vibration consistently.

So how do you pick music that will raise your vibration?

1. Pay attention to the lyrics

Words are powerful. They have the ability to make you feel amazing or to cause you to sink to the lowest of lows. Look for songs with words that are empowering, uplifting, and loving.

2. Notice the tones

Music with upbeat tones tends to be a higher vibration than slower tones.

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3. Pay attention to the singer’s pitch

A signer’s pitch during a song conveys the emotions of the song. Higher pitches tend to have a happier emotions and thus a higher vibration.

Examples of High Vibrational Music

Here are some songs you can listen to when you want to raise your vibration through music.

“Feeling Good” by Nina Simone


“Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley


“Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina & The Waves


“Things Can Only Get Better” by Cedric Gervais & Howard Jones


“Titanium” by David Getta ft. Sia


“Zip-a-dee-doo-dah” by Michael Bradley


“Don’t Worry Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin


“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo’ole


“Good Vibrations” by The Beach Boys


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