Music of the Heart
With Valentine’s Day approaching, our attention focuses on love. The feeling of love makes this holiday a special one. Music creates feelings. The question is, “Can music create love?” These two energies are more connected than we imagine. Both energies have waves, which combine in close proximity. Recall how the sound track of a movie makes you feel. Back to our opening theme, love can be enhanced with music.
The question that follows is…”What is the feeling of Love?” The answer is not simple. Love, a many splendored word, has many attributes. For example, love may be kind and yet courageous. Other loving Sound healing attributes are forgiveness and acceptance. The word love is a cap stone for many virtues. Yet, each attribute of love is a feeling.
Using music to enhance a feeling, like love, may seem like a novel idea, but it was not in antiquity. Ancient man created positive feelings through sound or music, and then listened to them for an incredible number of times. With each listen they ingested a tiny amount of this desired energy via the music. For example, if they wished to make a boy ferocious, he was constantly exposed to furious music. Likewise, a gentle person was cultivated with constant gentle music. Ancient sages prescribed listening to something special - thousands of times until it was a dominant energy within one’s personality.
We gain a habit, or personality trait by repeating feelings over and over again until they surface from our subconscious mind as an automated response. This is most easily accomplished with the aid of music. We can automate repeats of desired feelings by playing a special CD over and over again.
Ancient Man designed music to replicate beautiful attributes of love. This is done today as well. It is even packaged with cathartic release of negative emotions and the building of positive emotions, in music such as The Healing Flower Symphonies. Music builds attributes that compose love, we just have to listen to “loving” music.
If you wish to acknowledge your loved one’s beauty – be it their personality or appearance, then play beautiful music to enhance your message. The author created the Deep Wave Beauty CD, designed with beautiful music to make someone feel beautiful. It also contains frequencies associated with vitamins, collagen and muscle in the face and neck. Think of this music as aural makeup or a spa experience, delivering the feeling of beauty on many levels.
In yet another way to use music to enhance your message of love, recall that your intentions carry on sound waves. You can say “hello,” communicating to someone that you love him or are angry at him. Your feelings carry on your words. Your intentions also are feelings and they mesh with music. This idea has practical applications. Identify a piece of music for your loved one and make it “your song.” When this song is played, it links you. Your intent becomes entwined with the feelings in the music, as both the sounds and emotions combine into one energy.
Music is a source of energy that we can use to enhance our body, mind soul and, yes, to intensify our sharing of love on Valentines Days and always.
Jill Mattson is a prolific Artist, Musician and Author. Jill is a four - time author and widely recognized expert and composer in the field of Sound Healing! She has produced seven CD's that combine intricate Sound Healing techniques with her original Award winning musical compositions (Deep Wave Beauty CD – Best New Age CD – Silver Award). The CD's consist of intriguing, magical tracks using ancient & modern techniques - with sound energy & special healing frequencies to achieve profound benefits. Also available on the sites are additional free mp3's of her Sound Healing compositions, including Solfeggio Tones, Star Energy, Flower Frequencies, Fibonnaci and nature tones. Gallery and music at www.jillswingsoflight.com, www.musicforbeauty.com, [email protected]