“From the honk of a car horn to kids playing at the park, from the sizzle of an egg cooking to the reports on the daily news, from the myriad radio stations to, perhaps, your own music-making, sound vibrations and frequencies make up our entire world and have from the beginning of time. Even the creation of the universe is thought to have been the result of sound, according to many creation stories and the Big Bang theory.
What effect are all these sounds having on our body, though, and how can we use sound to aid our healing journey?”
I just get chills reading this! Don’t you just want to learn more?
Music is sound. Sound is energy. And energy can heal.
This is the idea behind the brilliant blog post from Angela Winter entitled Singing For Your Health originally posted on the TheCleanYogi.com . It’ s another testament to the power of music and they ways in which it can benefit our lives.
I am so pleased to be able to share this information with you and I encourage you to check out the complete blog post here so you can learn more about how sound and vibration can be used to affect the cells in our body to promote healing.
Incredibly powerful stuff!
In STM news, we’ve been having fun!
On March 21, I had the pleasure of watching a young man named Nicholas perform Doodley Doo from Bad Moods and Seven Other Super Reasons to Sing a Silly Song in a trophy competition at the Winnipeg Music Festival. He did a fabulous job – he had choreography and everything – and was a runner-up for the trophy!
I’ve also created a couple more lyric videos for songs from the upcoming album, Ladybug Crossings. Check out What to Do? and Mr. Duckworth and Mrs. Bunnington – both originally from my Bad Moods collection – and the brand new Busy, Busy, Busy, Busy Day!
Well, that’s about all for now! Have a fabulous day and keep singing!