• Sophie Azaraf

The Power Of Music

Music can be extremely therapeutic. I literally have a playlist for everything and every mood! For me, music is a form of mediation, empowerment, good background music for a good cry session or a pick me up. Sometimes songs simply express what we are feeling so perfectly. So here are a few of my favorite songs for different moods. Some of them are good for when in a funk and need the inspiration to stay strong. Some are good for when everyone is bothering you and you need to escape. Some are perfect for when you feel like you’re winning and you need a good song to celebrate. Some are breakup or relationship songs and with those try to get your anger out at your illness, it actually might be empowering. There are a few that are good for when you feel alone and can serve as a reminder that you aren’t. For those songs try and think of one person, a friend, a sibling, a parent, a grandparent, or me and remember that they are there for you. I will try and break these down into categories. Enjoy you strong fighters!

Empowered: There are many times when you need to feel empowered. Times when you feel misunderstood and just need to belt out a good emotional yet empowering song. Times when you’re feeling a bit down and you need a perfect pump up song. Times that you start to doubt yourself because you feel like you have to live up to high standards and start comparing yourself to other people. And then there are the times that life just gets to you. For all these times, I give you the EMPOWERED playlist.

Warrior-Demi Lovato

Hit Me With Your Best Shot- Pat Bentar

Beautiful- Christina Aguilera

We Can Work It Out- The Beatles

My Life- Billy Joel

Try- Collie Caillat

Swim- Jack’s Mannequin

This Is Me- The Greatest Showman

Roar- Katy Perry

Scars To Your Beautiful- Alessia Cara

The Greatest- Sia

Broken Glass- Rachel Platten

Here Comes The Sun- The Beatles

Its Gonna Be Okay- The Piano Guys

Rise Up- Andre Day

Today Is Your Day- Shania Twain

It’s Not Over Yet- For King & Country

Don’t Stop- Fleetwood Mac

I Will Survive- Gloria Gaynor

Beautiful- Carole King

Fight Song- Rachel Platten

Bump In The Road- Erik Hassle

Boomerang-Anthem Lights

Brave- Sara Bareilles

Unwritten- Natasha Bedingfield

Good Vibes: When you are feeling like you are winning at life. When you are having a good day and just want to dance it out for a few minutes.

Verge- Owl CIty

Life Is A Highway- Rascall Flatts

Shooting Star- Owl City

Superheros- The script

Keep Your Head Up- Andy Grammar

Be Okay- Oh Honey

Better When I'm Dancing- Meghan Trainer

Smile- Uncle Kracker

Cant Stop The Feeling- Justin Timberlake

You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile- Sia

I Lived- One Republic

Happy- Pharrell Williams

Shake It Off- Taylor Swift

I Love Me- Meghan Trainer

Good to be alive- Meghan trainer

Broken & Beautiful- Kelly Clarkson

You Are Not Alone: Think about someone who loves you and cares about you singing these songs to you when you’re having a hard day.

I Believe In You- Michale Buble

One Call Away- Charlie Pulth

Soldier- Gavin Degraw

You’ve Got A Friend- James Taylor

Lay It All On Me- Rudimental, Ed Sheeran

Remedy- Adele

Lean On Me- Bill Withers

Count On Me- Bruno Mars

I Won’t Give Up- Jason Mraz

Never Gonna Let You Down- Colbie Calliat

Mom- Meghan Trainer

Keep Holding On- Avril Lavigne

I’ll Stand By You- Pretenders, Bob Clearmountain

O-o-h Child- The Five Stairsteps

Please email me and let me know what songs you connected to or what other songs you like to listen to in difference moods.

To schedule your free initial consultation please contact me, I would love to speak to you and get to know you!


XoXo Sophie

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