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Music From The Islands To De-stress And Pep Up Your Christmas Spirit

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The Christmas season is always full of good will, cheer, good food and carols. As I was preparing a special post for Christmas, I was led in the spirit to write the music scenario about the people living in the Solomon and Fiji islands. I do not know anything about the islanders but their music is soul stirring.

Music of the islands

From watching several music videos of the islanders, I feel that they are happy go lucky people, close with nature; simple yet elegant, have amazing voices and express their way of life through music.

Music as you see, has a beneficial effect on our physiological functions. It slows down pulse and heart rate, lowers blood pressure and decreases levels of stress hormones. When your stress levels are decreased, the efficiency and productivity increases. Music has psychological benefits. It boosts brain power by increasing learning and memory skills.

Music from the islands

The people in these islands enjoy their time together as a family. Here is an amazing video by the Leverd Family. The kids sing like that of angels.

Friendships and music intermingle and promote a healthy outlook on life. You can hear the monument singers sing their heart out about the everlasting friendship.

The island people have amazing faith in God and might be that is the reason for their stress free life.


The women are so beautiful and have stunning voices. Here you will see they sing the amazing song where angels fear to tread.

The teens from Fiji islands sing buladredre with such sweet, innocent gentleness. You ask me what they sing about. I really do not know, but seeing the Christmas tree in the background. I am pretty sure this song is about Christmas.

Hear my prayer by Young faith is really awesome. Their faith in the higher power and their attitude to cast all their cares upon God might be the reason for their healthy way of life. Hear this amazing song.


There are so many wonderful songs, but I handpicked these few to give you the totality of the incredible music, and the stress free way of life, of the Solomon and Fiji Island people. I hope you enjoyed the island music.

Take care,

Swarnam

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