In the spirit of the new One Bright Thing project on the blog: a little space for your day. The music featured today is the slow movement of a sonata by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), one of the greats of the Classical era of music history.
Mozart’s style is often elegant and precise, the kind of writing Classical composers idealized. He also includes drama, humor, and deep expression in his works, even though on the outside they might sound straightforward. This sonata movement is a beautiful, lyrical short piece, both meditative and expressive.
Use the listening time to quiet your mind. If you’d like, as you listen, focus on a mental image that evokes peace for you. Maybe it’s an object, or a place, or a particular activity, like walking along a beach. Bring it to your mind and picture it in vivid detail.
If you have any thoughts about the experience, or would like to share the image you focused on, please post about it in the comments. 🙂
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One thought on “Mozart Meditation”
Thanks Kris! This one evoked images of a sunny blue-sky fall day in the Rocky Mountains where the leaves are turning to a beautiful shade of gold. Thanks for this moment of peace today!
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