Ancient Secrets - Rediscovered
Took me a little off guard.
It wasn’t too long ago that music was written off completely as a remedy for all sorts of mental and physical ailments.
Fact is, for too long sound vibrations were looked at as a kooky way to enhance life. For around 150 years, between the 19th to the mid 20th century, music was totally ignored by the medical community. I’m happy to say that we live during a time where minds are far more open to these powerful vibrations. The effects aren’t really being discovered but re-discovered.
You’re familiar with the Greek God Apollo. He was god of both music and medicine. In many, many cultures physician and musician were often on and the same person. So Apollo fits that profession to the tee.
Then there’s Orpheus. He lived 1300 B.C. and was a man of great genius. Stories tell how he quieted troubled minds, gave life to flowers and trees, calmed angry waters and stilled the wild winds. He did all of this with music.
Did you know that King Saul was advised to “seek out a man who is a wise player and it shall come to pass that he shall play with his hand and though shalt be well.” He asked for David to come to him. David took out his harp and started playing. Saul was refreshed and became well, and the ‘evil spirit departed from him.”
Pythagoras was the ultimate musical medicine man. He taught his students that certain music caused Definite responses. That it could change behavior patterns and accelerate healing. He also prescribed a daily musical ‘workout’ – music to work by, relax to, fall asleep with, and wake up to.
Finally, the great mystery of music’s power is being revived – and proven by science. The good news – it’s a lot easier to benefit from positive music nowadays. What’s more, due to technology, you can listen anywhere and everywhere.
What else can you think of that’s as simple and easy to apply to your life. Turn it on here now.
Tania Gabrielle French
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