Dr. Zaidi’s Relaxing Flute Music is now available at iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, SPOTIFY, and other online music stores. As a stress management expert, Dr. Zaidi explores various channels to calm our mind, relax our body and feed our soul.
Dr. Zaidi got drawn to native American flute music after his spontaneous awakening in 2006 while he was walking through his neighborhood park. His music comes straight out of his true authentic self, and you can feel it in your soul.
Majestic Nature – Native American Flute Music For Relaxation
Get on a relaxing joyful journey with Dr. Zaidi as his native American flute music resonates with the “Majestic Nature” of Kings Canyon National Park in California.
Walking Through Nature
This relaxing flute music album consists of two tracks:
- Canyon Speaking
- Floating With Joy
Dr. Zaidi plays his native American flute while immersed in Nature. Even birds respond to his calling and join in… See it for yourself.
Here is the YouTube video of this utterly beautiful and calming music.
Floating With Joy
In this native American flute music, Dr. Zaidi is floating with joys as the ocean waves kiss the sandy beaches over and over again. Watch this relaxing flute music video and discover your inner peace and joy. It is also available as audio music at all of the major online music stores including iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, SPOTIFY.
Cradle For The Soul
Listen to Dr. Zaidi’s incredibly relaxing flute music in this music video titled, “Sunset To Sunrise.” This video is set in the breathtaking landscape of the Western US. This joyful relaxing music is available as an audio at all of the major online music stores including iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, SPOTIFY.
Talking To A Departed Soul
We are struck with grief when we lose someone close to us. It is important to feel the emotion and let it out. While there are various ways that people let their grief out, music is one such powerful channel. That’s what Dr. Zaidi did when he lost his very dear brother. In this rare music video, you can palpate the “pain as well as healing” that Dr. Zaidi is going through soon after he lost his brother.