This is one of a series of Nature Sounds videos designed for various needs:- as a calming sound to play in the background while studying or as a soothing sound to play while you sleep. These videos can be used for many relaxation requirements and meditation, let me know how you use this video. With each video there will be a tip to help you with your studying or how to achieve a relaxed sleep.
A video playlist you may find interesting:-
Gifts to buy:-
Your favourite ‘Nature Scene’ Soundscapes as mp3 downloads. gumroad.com/relaxingnaturesounds
The calming sound of nature will help if you have insomnia and want to sleep better, also for better concentration as a study aid or if you feel like relaxing.
With this video I have included the third of the tips on how to get the most out of your study sessions.
For the first 8 Hour video in this series and Study Tip No.1 www.youtube.com/watch
For the second 8 Hour video in this series and Study Tip No.2 www.youtube.com/watch
For the fourth 8 Hour video in this series and Study Tip No.4 www.youtube.com/watch
Mental Preparation for study.
Your motivation for learning should be clear. Set clear goals and objectives, keep in mind that top grades can lead to higher earnings and a better quality life, learn to work for them.
Get into the habit of doing a minimum daily 10min. mindfulness meditation exercise, (increasing the duration as you become more proficient), sit comfortably, focus your attention for a couple of minutes on your breathing, observe your breath entering and leaving your body. As your thoughts start to distract you, consciously bring your attention back to your breath. When you're relaxed and focused, visualize yourself at your study desk accomplishing everything you want to do during that day, visualize yourself retaining all that information. Visualize yourself achieving the results you want. Visualize the quality of life you want from your efforts.
Practicing mindfulness will assist you in an exam situation to focus on the task at hand.
Know when you are 'Switched On'. Try to be aware of your bio clock and what time of the day you work best. Optimise by revising when you work best but keep an eye on the exam date and time. You will need to get used to working at that hour.
Do the challenging revision first,when you are fresh. Trying to focus on complex problems when you are tired can be difficult. Break your study sessions down to 20-30 minute segments, Your memory and concentration will work better if you study in short bursts, but often.
8 Hour Nature Sound Relaxation-Soothing Forest Birds Singing-Without Music
© Johnnie Lawson All rights reserved
Additional sounds are by Inchadney and Benboncan from Freesound.org
and have a Creative Commons Attribution Unported 3.0 (CC BY3.0) License. They can be downloaded from the following links:-