Harvesting Creative Genius in Music
Since ancient times many cultures have recognized that certain frequencies of sound, embodied in chants, chorales, sutras and mantras, have special healing effects or enable us to enter states of empowerment and expanded awareness. The Greek philosopher Pythagoras, for example, was among the first to see the close connection of the “harmonies of the spheres,” mathematics, and healing. The energy field of the heart is fine-tuned to receiving and transmitting the special qualities of sound.
You might therefore find the following experiment interesting. Select any musical piece that particularly moves you at the level of mind and heart. Listen intently and ask yourself, “What is happening here? How does it feel inside your body?”
I have had the fancy for many years— perhaps only a fancy and nothing more– when listening especially to the works of J.S. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Handel that their musical genius was flowing directly into my cells, like a magical herb, transforming everything it touches. Have you ever had this experience? Please send us your ideas after listening to the excerpts recorded in this Move # 5.
If, for example, it is really possible to “step down” the promethean creative energy encoded in Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony, to where would you want to direct your newly discovered power? Just go to the next Move#6 and have some fun with the Explorers Wheel. (1)
Downloading Mozart’s, Beethoven’s, and Handel’s Life Force Directly into Your Cells!
Listen intently and ask yourself, “What is happening here? How does it feel inside my body?”
Jupiter Symphony Toscanini conductor
The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff)
How Does It Feel? (Bob Dylan)
Sean Rowe – To Leave Something Behind – Live at McCabe’s
Emotive Reaction Range? Hints: tender, generosity, flow, stately, poignant, noble, sparkling, authenticity, dramatic, epic