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"We Are All Connected" was made from sampling Carl Sagan's Cosmos, The History Channel's Universe series, Richard Feynman's 1983 interviews, Neil deGrasse Tyson's cosmic sermon, and Bill Nye's Eyes of Nye Series, plus added visuals from The Elegant Universe (NOVA), Stephen Hawking's Universe, Cosmos, the Powers of 10, and more. It is a tribute to great minds of science, intended to spread scientific knowledge and philosophy through the medium of music.

by Rachelle Norman, MA, MT-BC

I’ve been a board-certified music therapist for a little more than seven years now. Hospice work now makes up a bigger portion of what I do on a day-to-day basis than it has for a while, which has made me more aware of how I’ve grown as a clinician in the last few years. For me, gaining experience has meant gaining clinical flexibility...


Editor's Note: Rachelle puts a refreshing spin on hospice music therapy. She raises some interesting points at the end. Feel free to add your thoughts in our Music Therapy & Sound Healing forum!


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Jim Ewing

Native Americans and most of the indigenous peoples of the Earth have known for thousands of years that drumming is a powerful spiritual tool. Only in recent years, though, has the scientific basis come to light...






by Chris James

We ARE all born with beautiful and in–tune voices, and it is possible for us ALL to return to the full expression of this instrument that can express truth and beauty within us...


Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: We are each born with our own distinct instrument, our voice. Chris James believes what really helps individuals in their self-expression, creativity, singing, speaking their truth and being heard, is gentleness. A thought-provoking article.


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Matt Logan

This post relates to a very basic part of what we consider to be “advocacy”. It is yet another response to that question we always get: So what do you do? We have all rehearsed little elevator pitches and definitions. My approach to answering this question changed a bit over the course of last year, and I hope it will spark some ideas in others...


Editor's Note: There are many types of learning. There are the lessons we learn through rote, through listening, through visual examples, through lived experiences. There is a special type of learning that comes through shared and sharing stories. Stories have a special way of sticking in our minds, and making an impression on our hearts.


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Anna Hunt

Cross-posted from

Our senses allow us to experience the outside world more fully. They have evolved to keep us safe, allowing us to stay aware of dangers. In addition to conducting their basic functions, the senses also have a way of reaching deeply into the soul...


Editor's Note: In this article, Anna Hunt summarizes and shares two videos on the unique relationship between music and the individual. Every person experiences music differently, but its power to move us is universal. Fascinating that the processes of music can also be seen in brain scans conducted by Dr Charles Limb.


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Daniel Tague, MME, MT-BC

Music therapy in the public school setting is usually provided to clients on a weekly basis. Depending on the student, the therapist may see the client one to one or in a small group setting with peers. Music therapists are trained to provide specially developed music activities in a variety of different musical styles and have knowledge of a wide range of disabilities and health issues...


Editor's Note: The use and production of live music, improvised or not, is a vital part of a music therapist's job. What are some of the reasons we use live music? Daniel Tague illustrates this through four case vignettes.


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Glynn Young

It was 1996. I was in a bookstore, likely the Barnes & Noble not far from my house. I spotted a small book with an unexpected title: The Heart Aroused : Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America. The author, David Whyte, was a poet. His book wasn’t about how poetry might apply in the workplace, but how critically important poetry was if corporate America was to flourish and succeed...




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