Relaxing rain sounds for sleep

Relaxing rain sounds for boosting your focus and concentration while working and studying, rain sounds are also perfect to use as soothing sleep sounds, if you find it hard to fall asleep at night. This video runs for 4 hours, but you can make it longer by right-clicking the video and select loop. Turn your computer monitor, tablet or TV into a relaxing rain nature screensaver, with this 4K UHD video filmed on a rainy day by a lake in Norway

So we’ve all heard about the various benefits of meditation. We’ve gone through an article, or a dozen, about how to meditate. We’ve made an appointment with ourselves to meditate, postponed it, been given a lecture, and finally decided to try again. Awesome! Meditating is just one of those things. It’s terribly boring, and doesn’t do much to help matters. The fact that its results are gradual is another big stumbling block. So like most new years’ resolutions, it often gets pushed to the back and assigned to a to-do list of ‘things to be done next year’, in which next year really means ‘when someone makes me do it’. However, if you’ve decided to give meditation a try, you’re on the right road to a calmer state of mind. After finally getting the hang of it, I can confidently say that meditation works

Rain sounds

Give yourself a helping hand to get off to a good start, by playing nature sounds for meditation. These will get you in the right mood and get a good ambiance in the room, so you’ll be likelier to get started and give it a fair try. Rain sounds are great for meditation, because they’re repetitive and soothing. We record our audios in Norway, and the sounds you hear are 100% natural. So weird effects or anything. Play these sounds on a pair of good speakers or headphones, get in the right headspace, and let yourself relax

There are many different ways to meditate and you can do whatever works for you, but relaxing is key. Forget about things you have to do, about deadlines and meetings, about tickets and bills. Focus on your surroundings or on your body. You could concentrate on your breath, or take your attention to your foot. That’ll get your thoughts off your to-do list and help your mind get some rest. Soothing nature sounds like rain sounds, wind blowing, and thunderstorm sounds, for example, will help you improve the experience, and they’ll help you get started. If you’ve been postponing meditating, they exactly what you need!