I think it really depends on what kind of meditation is in your mind. Listening to music could itself be a meditation and here is a music that reflects the state of a zen meditation:
https://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/ ... 63#p290397
Yesterday I thought about what kind of music on classical guitar could work for a meditative state.
As you say you want something sounding that doesn't distract from the meditation subject.
Tried different repetitiv patterns. Some more complex or abstract. But most would be a result by thinking. So more important perhaps would be the mood. Then the old piece "Träumerei" came to my mind as it is positive and simple. https://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/ ... 12&t=28779
But still this would be too distracting for a meditation. I tried to make a variation of it with simpler chords, and the more I felt into it, and imagined a session with people trying to meditate or relax, the more I came to the conclusion nearly all music (melodies, chord changes) is too much distraction. So here is my suggestion, 1 positive major chord with repetitive pattern and just a minimal repetitive melody:
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