by Nancy Paul
Have you ever been told to “Listen to yourself?” or “Stop and Smell the Roses?” Has music, art or a sunset caused you to pause and pay attention? Have you stopped to realize how valuable listening, looking, and noticing can be...
From Wikipedia: Loreena Isabel Irene McKennitt is a Canadian singer, composer, harpist, accordionist and pianist who writes, records and performs world music with Celtic and Middle Eastern themes. McKennitt is known for her refined, clear soprano vocals. She has sold more than 14 million records worldwide.
Listen & Laugh
by Dan Yashinsky
Based on my own experience and on interviews with other parents and medical staff in the neo-natal intensive care unit, I created a storytelling piece called Talking You In. It is a "canta storia" set to the music of composer/guitarist Brian Katz...
by Giselle Whitwell, MT-BC, CCE, Birth Doula
Music has played an important role in different cultures since time immemorial. It has profoundly affected human beings in their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being...
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: We all know that sound healing is so important to our well-being. In this article, Giselle Whitwell shares with us a little known fact about prenatal development - prenatal music. She explains the sound environment of the womb and how fetuses respond to sound in the womb. This is such an excellent article that leaves you wanting to learn more about this fascinating area of study.
Intuition & Symbols
by Dee Galloway
When discussing the poetry created by African Americans just prior to the Civil War, another African tradition comes into play: that of the West African griot. In West African culture, both historically and today, each tribal clan has had its griot, an itinerant clan member who is combination historian-musician-storyteller: "A Griot is an oral historian and musician," explains Foday Musa Suso, one of West Africa 's most respected and well-known contemporary griots...
Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: In her essay Dee Galloway remarks: "when a griot dies, a library has burned to the ground", Learn more about the African-American oral tradition of poetry and the importance of history as it informs the present.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Jason K. Norris, MA
We say that we are “on the same wavelength” with certain people, ideas, or even physical objects. When two frequencies echo each other vibrationally, each increases in amplitude. This is frequency resonance. Every vibration has a frequency—the wave’s number of oscillations per second, measured in Hertz (Hz)...
Editor´s Note from Sophia Hansen: The symbology of Sound and Music has always enchanted me. Since Sound is one of the Languages of Light, this article intelligently and aptly describes how our body, mind and spirit respond to the vibration of soundwaves and how they nourish and heal us. I have personally seen and heard many wonderful healing stories from the use of Sound and Music.
Intuition & Symbols
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