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08 Jun / 2018Program by:

Take Time to Immerse yourself in music

Throughout our entire history, music has had the power to transform us spiritually and physically. Music is the universal language of mankind.Now we’re discovering what the ancients have known for millennia – music also has the power to heal.

While listening to this soothing music, you can let go in the sphere of peace the music creates. The heartbeat slows, blood pressure decreases, respiration deepens. As you simply surrender to the pleasure of listening, the body seizes the opportunity to turn on its healing mechanisms and truly profound relaxation, rejuvenation, recovery and healing can occur.Mystics, sages, and others have mused about the healing properties of music. They realized such qualities existed because they experienced them first-hand. As convincing such evidence may have been for such individuals, such proof does not hold precedence in modern western society, where scientific empiricism reigns supreme. Thankfully, many studies have been done to show that music does indeed have healing powers.

Wave forms and frequencies permeate everything from the smallest sub-atomic particles to the largest structures – through solid objects and energy fields – even our thoughts and emotions. When we are feeling good, all aspects of our being can be said to be in harmony. When we are experiencing discomfort on any level, or sickness occurs, the vibrations of certain sounds can help bring us back to a harmonic, healthy state.

Music… loved, cherished, and admired by humans for countless ages. It’s shaped culture and society in very profound ways. It has started social revolutions and shifts in collective consciousness. There is a magical feeling that can come from music and its enchanting spell has affected billions of people in sometimes life-changing ways, as it continues to do to this day.