Q&A: Songs for Manifesters

April 2, 2011 | 32 Comments »

songs manifesters loveWhen Nikki shared this video made with Amy Steinberg’s “Exactly” song in the GVU forums today, it made me wonder what other fabulous music for deliberate creators I don’t know about.

And then I thought who better to fill me in than you all?!

Plus, I’ve been wanting a post devoted to uplifting music.  Not just music that makes you feel good, but lyrics that are specifically written for conscious creators.

So I’m inviting you to please share your favorite LOA tunes.  Songs that inspire your creative powers, remind you of your divinity to manifest what you want, and encourage you to go for it!

I’ll update this post with whatever video clips and links we collect in the comments.

Thanks in advance!

Here’s Amy Steinberg’s Exactly:

Natasha Bedingfield’s Unwritten fills the bill for this request, too, I think:

MC Yogi’s Give Love

Shawn Gallaway’s I Choose Love

Kellee Maize’s Third Eye

Lisa Ekdahl’s One Life

Carrie Underwood’s Ever Ever After

Miley Cyrus’s The Climb

Miley Cyrus’ Life’s What You Make It

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=se3REdqj-zo

des’ree You Gotta Be

Jason Mraz Anything You Want

Amp Fiddler Possibilities

Shakira Give It Up To Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D-mGL7odaE

Beckah Shae’s Life

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEfIz1s2zrM

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32 Responses to “ Q&A: Songs for Manifesters ”

  1. Who knew Nikki could write this entire post for us?! ha ha

    Thanks, Nikki! Off to go listen to Karen first …

  2. Singing for me is the vibe lifter…not just listening to the music. The vibration of my vocal chords really shifts my emotions and my body energy.

    Some of my favorites immediate vibe-shifters to sing:
    1. Zippity Doo Dah (Disney)
    2. I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash)
    3. This Pretty Planet (Tom Chapin)<–it's a round, which I can't do on my own, but here's how it sounds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOTCM4eFJrE )

    Many blessings,
    Nancy

  3. Nikki says:

    Yay! Happy to provide inspiration!

    Here are some more songs from my vibe lifting playlist:

    Karen Drucker – All her music!
    http://www.karendrucker.com/pages/music.htm
    The Healing Song, Prosperity Chant, All is Well… just to name a few faves.

    Shawn Gallaway – All his music!
    http://shawngallaway.com/?page_id=335
    His is “Conscious Music” and is all about choosing love over fear. Great stuff there.

    Gary Go – Wonderful
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a28s_wyqkyc

    Hootie and the Blowfish – One Love
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6D__DGYuG4

    MC Yogi – Give Love
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpVUih5nY9g

    And of course there is that lyric in Everyone Have Fun tonight by Wang Chung:
    The words we use are strong, they make reality!

    Wang Chung! Who knew?

  4. Yasmin says:

    Multidimensional music by French woman Jacotte Chollet: http://www.multidimensionalmusic.com/listen.html

  5. Julie Masters says:

    I absolutely love this, and I’ve only listened to the first two songs! What a great idea!
    I have a number of favorite songs that always uplift me–but I’m not sure why, as they often have words that would seem to be sad or angry! I know some of them speak to my rebellious side, but they always get me going energetically,and make me smile!?? Does anyone else have songs that “inexplicably” make them happy?

  6. That’s an even better question, Julie! I totally know what you mean about songs that feel great to listen to, despite lyrics that aren’t 100% positive.

  7. Amanda42 says:

    This is a great idea – and so funny because I’d just come across a song lyric that I’d just had to share in the post on truth and lies:
    “Sometimes you reach what’s real just by making believe.”
    -Carrie Underwood, “Ever Ever After”

    Another song that automatically comes to mind for me is “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey. That’s a pretty powerful sentiment!

  8. Ruby says:

    What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIdbroOLvhw&feature=related

    Beatles – Here comes the sun.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bj1AesMfIf8

  9. Avi says:

    Oddly, there’s a bunch of Hannah Montana songs – from her time at Disney – that are pretty LoA-ish.
    This Is Life: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MSLmE3hcM8
    The Climb: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG2zyeVRcbs (not about getting the manifestation)
    Life’s What You Make It: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=se3REdqj-zo (your attitude)
    Let’s Get Crazy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6zYBHPza6E (choose to enjoy life)
    Nobody’s Perfect: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh_dbB6oGIQ (forgive yourself, just try again)
    Who Said: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75asXsSHEi4 (self-power/determination)

  10. Jennifer says:

    Bill Withers (Take 6 also does a great cover of it)
    Lovely Day

  11. Vanessa says:

    Hi! I just found this site and I love it!

    “Shake up the happiness” by Train is a very positive song, it’s a Christmas song that was used for a coke advertisement, I love it!

    Here’s some of the lyrics:

    At the same town miles away
    A little boy made a wish that day
    That the world would be okay
    And Santa Clause would hear him say
    I got dreams and I got love
    I got my feet on the ground and family above
    Can you send some happiness with my best
    To the rest of the people of east and the west

    And maybe every once in a while
    You give my a grandma a reason to smile
    ‘Tis the season to smile
    It’s cold but we’ll be freezing in style

    And let me meet a girl one day
    That wants to spread some love this way
    We can let our souls run free
    And she can open some happiness with me

    Shake it up, shake up the happiness
    Wake it up, wake up the happiness
    Come on all, it’s Christmas time ♥

  12. Nikki says:

    Julie, I too have such a long list of happy songs, and I find that sometimes the lyrics do not contain the best messages! One of my favorites is Lollipop by Mika, it repeatedly says “Love’s gonna get you down!” But I’m a sucker for a great beat, so I side with the “feeling” I get from the song overriding the words I hear.

    Another good lyric is in a song by Anything Box called Negaverse. Not the best imagery, but it does reinforce LOA!

    I heard you ask about the end of the world,
    so I felt it come to pass.
    Mega-tivity multiplies
    with the first thought to the last…
    I say, ‘Please don’t worry’…
    You say I am naive
    I say ‘we should hurry’…
    ‘Anything that you believe is the way it’s going to be’

  13. Glad says:

    “Walking on Sunshine” – Katrina and The Waves

    “Virginia” – Christine Kane

    “Right out of Nowhere” written by Christine Kane, made popular by Kathy Mattea

    “Suddenly I See” KT Tunstall

    xo

  14. Nicole says:

    I’ve always thought about LOA listening to Kelly Willis do “Getting to Me” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuHnAoVXpP4

    Not sure if LOA is what SHE was thinking about, but here’s some of what I like:

    Let go of your mind when you’re feeling it slip
    And let go of your heart when you’re feeling it dip
    Because sometimes there’s not much a poor soul can do
    But dream of the life you’ve got coming to you

    And oh, when it shines through, all that I’ve been waiting for
    Living in real time, it’s been getting to me
    When it shines through, all that I’ve been waiting for
    Taking its sweet time getting to me

  15. Rhonda says:

    I love these!

    I am glad Jennifer posted Bill Withers’ Beautiful day. That is my go to.

  16. Rhonda says:

    I took a second but I had to find a link

    My Favorite is Des’ree’s “You Gotta Be”.

    http://tinyurl.com/yd3qrz9

  17. Cassie says:

    I’m putting my list together and I’ll be back, but I just wanted to say awesome post! Music is one of my favorite ways to enter a new vibration.

  18. Christine Jenkins says:

    Good Vibrations – the Beach Boys
    I’m a Believer – The Monkees

    Not LOA lyrics – but the bits that speak to me are “i’, a , and the open bars of both send my vibe soaring.

  19. Jennifer Hooper says:

    I went to a Jason Mraz concert last fall and was surprisingly blown away by his LOA sentiments: gratitude, feeling good, love, anything is possible.

    Here are a few of my favs:

    – Anything You Want
    “Anything you want, anything you want, anything you want,
    Anything you want can be yours at any time”

    – Freedom Song
    “And when I feel good, I sing
    And the joy it brings makes me feel good
    And when I feel good, I sing
    And the joy it brings”

    – Make it Mine
    “Wake up everyone
    How can you sleep at a time like this
    Unless the dreamer is the real you
    Listen to your voice
    The one that tells you
    to taste past the tip of
    your tongue
    Leap and the net will appear”

    I also LOVE Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten.”

    Jennifer

  20. Brigitte says:

    Hmmm my new favorite song feels really vortexy…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vypAgJWiifA
    Kylie Minogue – Better than Today

    The video itself makes me think of what my vortex looks like haha (pretty colours, sixties-ness, glittery shoes…)

    🙂

  21. Jennifer Hooper says:

    If someone has already compiled a single list of all songs, could you post it so I don’t to reinvent the wheel?

    🙂

  22. Jessica Earl says:

    If you need detachment, then try the country song “Free and Easy” by Dierks Bentley
    Here are some of the lyrics:

    “Got the sun shinin’ on me like a big spotlight
    So I know everything is gonna be alright

    Ain’t no tellin’ where the wind might blow
    Free and easy down the road I go
    Livin’ life like a Sunday stroll
    Free and easy down the road I go
    Free and easy down the road I go

    If you only get to go around one time
    I’m gonna sit back and try to enjoy the ride”

    He’s free and easy on the eyes too! 🙂

  23. Julie Brock says:

    FUN!!! GREAT POST! Gosh, there is so much music that is uplifting. From the oldies — “I have confidence”(sound of music), “something’s coming” (west side story). I really dig a jazzy song called “possibilities” by a group named “Amp Fiddler”….sort of a jazzy/club mix and the stanza over and over is “deep in my mind I believe everything is possible”. Gets me in the vortex, for sure.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOVo1mxWSGY

    I hope the post attaches so you can listen….

  24. Tomas says:

    My earlier comments were erased by the thought police but look at Britney Spears. You can manifest all you want but without a moral foundation you can go crazy despite having all that material wealth. Again, LOA is just a subversion of God in your life by believing that you and not God, are in control. Listen to Amazing Grace and Blessed Assurance as two hymms to get you started on the right path.

  25. Jessica says:

    Firstly, I LOVE this post Jeanette! And thanks to everyone who has provided us all with loa music.

    Give it up to me – Shakira ~ I used to listen to this when I needed more confidence in my manifesting power.

    Welcome to the good life – Kanye West ~ note the lyrics “before I had it I closed my eyes and imagined.”

    Satalite mind – Metric ~ interesting lyrics only a deliberate creater would underdstand 😉

    Good life – One republic ~ just generally a happy song 🙂 “When you’re happy like a fool, let it take you over”

  26. michelle says:

    The first song that comes to my mind is Three Dog Night’s
    SHAMBALA. Love this song!

  27. Matt says:

    I cant say I like all the songs on this list…..however, i sure do like alot of them! I was looking for this just a few weeks ago and its pretty good and had me look at some old songs in a new way, and it links to youtube versions of all the songs:

    http://www.goal-setting-college.com/motivation/inspirational-motivational-songs/

  28. Amanda42 says:

    I’m loving Beckah Shae’s “Life.” It’s uplifting, the lyrics are spot-on, and the beat is really catchy!

    “Life is whatever I receive it to be
    Why not jump over doubt and dive into belief?
    More than I could expect
    Anticipate or imagine
    I’m willing to believe
    Amazing things are still happening

    I’m going to live the rich life (rich life)
    The full and blessed life (blessed life)
    So if you all know what I mean
    Put your hands up and declare with me
    Love In full effect, chaim
    I’m going to live the good life (good life)
    Beautiful and glorious life (glorious life)
    So if you all know what I mean
    Put your hands up and declare with me
    Love In full effect, chaim”

  29. Thank you, everyone, for expanding my musical repertoire!

    That last one especially is pretty fun, Amanda. Much appreciated!

  30. Lorraine says:

    Wow! I love this thread. Here’s a few more….

    Shining Star – Earth, Wind, and Fire

    Love Generation – Bob Sinclar and Gary Pine

    Love Is in the Air – Milk and Sugar

    Everybody – Ingrid Michaelson

    Flawless – The Ones

    I’m Too Sexy – Right Said Fred

    xo,
    Lorraine

  31. Enoch says:

    I usually don’t listen to the lyrics of songs, but go by how they make me feel. So, my “uplifting” songs may not have the most “loa inspired lyrics”, but the music itself makes me feel good. So, here is a partial list.

    Led Zeppelin – Tangerine
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ_JAgHxR14

    Midival Punditz – Four Sticks
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6NKPo0X46I

    30 Seconds to Mars – Kings & Queens
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhUya3D73sI

    30 Seconds to Mars – Vox Populi
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9iJ9ICrdaY

  32. Bama Girl says:

    I have a Grooveshark playlist that I call “positive music”. I began listening to various songs during my divorce, I had to get away from a lot of country and rock stuff.

    http://grooveshark.com/playlist/Positive+Music/55144604

    I’ll be listening to some of these as well and I’m sure I’ll be adding more to my list. I listen to this playlist most mornings while getting ready for work. It helps me get into a good mood and allows things to flow.

    I need to add some Zac Brown band. They’ve become a favorite band of mine. My favorites are “Toes” and “Knee Deep in the Water”
    They just make you feel good.

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