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April 16, 2013


»         Use song for healing
»         Use vibrational energy to see in shadow
»         Use song to move through fear
»         Connect with the Moon

We hum gentle tunes to help babies sleep; we turn up the volume and sing along loudly when alone in our car or home. Opera, love songs, jingles, musicals – it’s everywhere. Music, sound waves vibrating at unique frequencies, is more than entertainment, though. It allows us to communicate and connect without language and touches our core, our experience as energetic beings; we resonate with it.

Sound vibrations can help our body realign and heal. When life is good, we say we’re humming along, flowing smoothly. If our thoughts match our actions, we can sense true power, as our inner energy matches that which is good in the world.

What about dark times, when life hurts or confusion reigns? Awake during the night, we hear comforting sounds of refrigerator humming, cat purring, and partner breathing. Outside, we see the moon shining brightly in the darkness, reminding us that life is a cycle, light and darkness, sound and quiet, angst and peace, happy and sad.

Where is your favorite place to sing?

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  1. Lovely Beth thank you! How clever to use the nightingale with its famous song which I believe is of a very high quality! We don’t have them here in South Africa.
    I love to sing in the car – and when my boys were young I would sing the tula tula song ..

    Susan Scott’s Soul Stuff

  2. In the Berkshires permalink

    Try singing in a cave. The resonance can be astounding!

  3. This reminds me of a piece of music named after the Nightingale, by Yanni. It is one of the more moving pieces I’ve ever heard and it matches the feeling you’ve described.

  4. I love to sing in the car. LOUD!! AND alone. No one deserves to be in the car with me.
    A to Z-ing to the end
    Peanut Butter and Whine

  5. elaaw permalink

    Sweeping melodies in a deep stairwell, both whistling and singing, lingering on those notes that resonate throughout the space. Nightingale’s song evoked interesting and personal comments, from around the globe. Music is truly a gift that all of us share, through all time.

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