Buddhist Music

Buddhist Music can help in Stress Management

I am mother of 2 boys. A full time employee working 12-14hrs a day. Due to both work and home commitment and expectations from both family and work, I have high level stress. Fortunately, I am able to control my stress. But I wasn’t always like that.

I have had trouble dealing with stress when I was in college studying for an engineering degree. Constantly worried about my grades I worried about not meeting my parents’ expectations. To make matters worse, I tried playing catch-up with my room-mates’ grades who were also my course mates. I was under immense stress which I did not know how to manage and I did not ask anyone for help.

Keeping the stress all bottled up, I was constantly feeling angry and disappointed. Things always seemed going against me. Before long, families and friends started to show signs of discontent towards me calling me temperamental. Feeling disgruntled at being labeled as temperamental, I was determined to become the opposite.

Thanks to my parents, I could still remember our trips to Buddhist shrines when I was younger and I could recollect memories of peace and calmness being there. Lo and behold there was a Buddhist society in college and I joined it. In the Buddhist society I was fortunate enough to have chanced upon Buddhist music. The serenity and calmness in the music got me hooked. It became my savior. It has become a part of my life and I use it to learn about Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha. Every now and then I listen to it to calm down and relax.

How it works?

  • Buddhist music which praises the Triple Gem (Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha) raises the devotees’ spirit to a sacred realm.
  • Relaxed and easy pace couple with soft tones it can help a listener to reduce stress and calm down.

Buddhist music helps me to remember Buddha’s teaching. Once, a while I will hum my favorite Buddhist music.

Learning Buddhism and Dhamma through music has helped me be a better person. Now, I am happier, lighter and have fewer worries. I wouldn’t say that I don’t have stress anymore. But, the knowledge of ‘Middle Path’ and ‘Change is Constant’ make managing stress very doable. Now, I do and say things mindfully. My family has acknowledged that I am a different person and my large circle of friends now is the evidence to my change in personality.

Knowing that it works for me, ever since I had the opportunity to be introduced to D-kidz.com’s Buddhist music back in the year 2006, I have never backed down on my passion to help spread the awareness and love for Buddhist music. I stumbled upon Brother Daniel Yeo, creator of D-kidz music at a Buddhist concert in Malaysia. We instantly became good friends. From that day onwards, I have been a D-kidz supporter, promoter, web designer, and games and stories creator to help all Buddhist kids around the world learn and understand Buddhism and Dhamma.

My children, my husband and I have immensely benefited from D-kidz Buddhist music collections. Try listening to the sample songs here. Perhaps like me and my family, you and your family will find peace and love through D-kidz Buddhist music too!

You may sample our song/music collections . We have a total of 4 CDs:

  1. Come and See (The Life of Siddhartha),
  2. Come and See 2 (To The Temple We Go),
  3. Come and See 3 (Touched by Love) and
  4. D-kidz Chant (Three Refuges).


May the Blessings of the Holy Triple Gem be upon you and your family always. Sadhu!


Joey Boey







Joey Boey,

Mother of 2 boys, D-kidz Web Designer.

Penang Malaysia.


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