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Show Me Love - Hundred Waters

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Show Me Love - Hundred Waters

This week's track is something I have had on repeat for many months, and even has some high-profile remixes by Chance the Rapper and Big Wild.

"Show Me Love" by Hundred Waters is a testimonial to how pure and concise a track can be…

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The Sea - Rob Lewis

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The Sea - Rob Lewis

Conscious breakups are never easy. You are losing a soul that you once called your own and are mourning the loss of another human. Coming to terms with the realization that the plan and future you built up in your head will never happen is heart wrenching…

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Kerala - Bonobo

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Kerala - Bonobo

I am just in much disbelief as you are reading these words. It's 2019 and the new year is already in full swing.

2018 was unbelievably adventurous, chaotic, and unpredictable, which I feel was true for most people. I lost and found myself so many times, and most importantly gave myself the permission to strip aside my past story to come into 2019 into the purest essence of who I am…

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I - Nandan Gautam

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I - Nandan Gautam

Become one with source - one with truth and the all knowing that your life will manifest itself exactly as you want it. Not as you envision it, no not even close -  as the life that is meant for you is beyond your current comprehension. It is something more grand and more spectacular than you think you deserve…

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I Will Be Free - Nandan Gautam

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I Will Be Free - Nandan Gautam

Mantras. Repeated decrees of our truest innermost self that echo and surround our lives, manifesting and propelling ourselves forward.

Mantras are the key of honing your energy and focusing inward. At the beginning of my yoga classes, I love to set a mantra…

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Himalaya - Ellipsis

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Himalaya - Ellipsis

"No matter how much you want the mind to be free of thoughts, resisting them only creates tension."

It takes tremendous rootedness, strength, power, and perseverance to acknowledge what is happening right in front of you…

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Ghost Pong - Emancipator

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Ghost Pong - Emancipator

Mindfulness of the mind. 

Mental health and mental healing - all the rave for a select few compared to the majority of people. The people who talk about it, live and swear by it. While those who turn away either have no idea how to start, are even aware that they need healing, or are so afraid of opening that door that they drown out that inner voice with everything and anything…

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Folds - Feverkin, Koresma

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Folds - Feverkin, Koresma

Generally speaking, a yoga class tends has a single theme: Self love, gratitude, remaining present, acceptance, letting. Whatever it is, the theme is constantly tied and woven throughout class. The instructor gives either givers very direct cues, shares a mantra, a saying that they hold close to their heart, or maybe through their music selection…

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Someone to Stay - Vancouver Sleep Clinic

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Someone to Stay - Vancouver Sleep Clinic

I believe in a little thing called love. 

Love that transcends all other mediums. Love that seemingly comes out of nowhere, but has a familiar scent. Earth shattering, time altering, aura vibrating love that radiates pure joy and happiness…

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Moonlight - Message to Bears

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Moonlight - Message to Bears

Let’s talk about one of yoga’s most difficult position: Savasana. It’s been an hour (at least) of moving and sweating, your body is drained, tired and ready to rest, and then comes the blissful few minutes of laying down on your mat soaking it all in. How on Earth is THAT the hardest pose?…

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The Last Day - Michael Lovisa Remix

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The Last Day - Michael Lovisa Remix

I am absolutely thrilled to have our first user submitted track featured on this playlist. There has been a couple dozen submissions, so after sifting through the tracks I stumbled across a terrific remix of “The Last Day” by Michael Lovisa. The tone of this track perfectly captures the direction that this playlist is moving towards…

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Rain - O R I O N

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Rain - O R I O N

Earth | Air | Fire | Water. 

These four essential elements of life appear repetitively throughout yoga classes, and often materialize in the teacher's themes or in the music style of the playlist. You'll have earthy, homey music in a grounding class, or flowly, dreamy, water-like tracks when a class is about the natural uncertainty in life…

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Whatever You Want - Vasser

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Whatever You Want - Vasser

"I can only give to you what I have already given myself." - Yung Pueblo. 

If you practice yoga, or are interested in taking a deeper dive into your self I HIGHLY recommend Yung Pueblo's book "Inward." The above quote is derived from it and cannot be any more true…

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Arizona - Kings of Leon

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Arizona - Kings of Leon

One of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves is the permission to let go, the permission to surrender our past and to change for the better. It is only when you fully acknowledge the past that you can truly begin to let go and release…

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Arc - Yoste

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Arc - Yoste

The most incredible aspect of life's complex simplicity is it's unwavering cyclical nature. From the natural highs that we feel when we are in tune with our passion and way of life, or find that one special person that makes our heart sing,…

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Take Care of You - Saje

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Take Care of You - Saje

This has been my Sun B track ever since Saje released his new EP. I had been waiting for him to release another track that I can effortlessly put in my yoga classes since his track "Lost Tonight" swept accross Spotify back in 2014, and the track finally arrived four years later.  

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Rely - ODESZA

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Rely - ODESZA

I have been playing this song in every single one of my classes lately, and let me tell you, this track never gets old. There's nothing quite like timing your sequence so that it perfectly aligns with your playlist.

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Howling - RY X

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Howling - RY X

RY X first swept across the yoga community when he was featured on Odesza’s album “A Moment Apart.” Since then, myself and yoga teacher’s alike have fallen in love with his subtle tones and whisper-like cadence…

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Glisten - Nifty Earth

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Glisten - Nifty Earth

Pause for a second and imagine: The sounds of a gentle river running down your stream of consciousness as airy ambiance overtones call and guide you toward inner peace. Sounds pretty soothing right? That’s what Nifty Earth specializes in across all of his songs, and “Glisten” is certainly no exception.

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