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Spiritual Music Stations


6 Stations to Explore
Enlightening Music for Connecting with a Higher Consciousness
Spiritual, Contemporary Christian, Christian Rock,
Vocal & Instrumental
CCM is a genre of modern popular music which is lyrically focused on matters concerned with the Christian faith. It has diverse music influences from Folk, Gospel, Pop, Rock, Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Hip Hop, and more.
Electronica, New Age, Meditation, Ambient, Atmospheres
Vocal & Instrumental
Transcend your earthly bonds as you transport yourself to a dimension beyond space and time. Let this music be your guide as you pass beyond all thoughts and become a traveler on the supernatural plane of consciousness.
Christian Folk, Black Gospel, Spiritual, Christian Hymns, Southern Gospel
Vocal & Instrumental
Oh, Lord, bring on the Joyful Music! Popularized via radio in the 1920s, you'll enjoy a blessed mix of Gospel choirs, lively vocals, and spirited instrumentals. Great for church services, religious ceremonies, jubilant community celebrations, wakes, send-off parties, and venues with Southern roots.
Classical Choral, Regal Orchestral, Orthodox Christian
Vocal
Our uplifting, sacred choral renditions of Vespers, Matins, Compline, Psalms, etc., will help center your soul as you pray for healing. These joyful voices help you connect with God and are great for creating a spiritual solace for church services, prayer retreats, religious offices, celebratory events.
Spiritual, Catholic Mass, Hymns
Vocal & Instrumental
Divine and soothing, these hymns will bring you that elusive sense of peace and quietude that you seek. For prayer groups and opening church services and ceremonies, Christian talk shows, waiting rooms of spiritual gurus, book releases related to Christianity, or talks by religious moderators.
Gregorian Chants, Dramatic Ethereal, Regal, Spiritual
Vocal
Beautiful Gregorian Chants are calming, sacred songs dating back to the 9th and 10th Centuries in Western Europe. Originating in the Roman Catholic Church, most are unaccompanied songs sung by men and boys but today include female chants and are performed in churches and during Mass all around the world.
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