Dr. Gottfried Schlaug, a Harvard University neurologist, has found that music has the potential to re-wire the brain. Dr. Schlaug has been working with stroke patients who suffer from impaired speech. His findings reveal that those who are exposed to Melodic Intonation Therapy show signs of improved auditory communication. Instead of using the damaged left hemisphere of the brain where the speech center is located, somehow the music has trained the right hemisphere to perform basic communication functions.
In the words of Walt Whitman, “I sing the body electric,” as referenced by Kahlil Gibran, “in the depth of my soul there is a wordless song.” It is apparent there is universality in music. The underlying premise is that we are all connected by a bonding force that we have an awareness of, music acts as a conduit to that awareness. It reveals emotional states that exceed our capability to express in words.
The new release Liquid Mind X – Meditation topped the iTunes New Age Music chart at number one last week. Chuck Wild says, ”I’ve found a simple clearing meditation, just counting my breaths, often quickly refreshes and restores me to sanity in our ‘information overload’ world. The peace of mind and perspective I experience after comtemplation helps me more deeply understand the world I live in and my place in it.” Let this music help you relax, meditate, heal. Listen & Buy
Pianist Kenio Fuke is gifted with the ability to translate the balancing vibrations of Nature into pleasurable compositions of sound healing. This talent is beautifully expressed in Spirit of Nature, his second release for Real Music. Let yourself be guided through Fuke’s portal of serenity to a place of quiet reflection and effortless rejuvenation. BUY NOW
In this video interview with Celedra, Terence Yallop explains how he curates Real Music compilation sets to create specific experiences.
Music is one of the most powerful gifts we have for getting in touch with our emotions and finding comfort, healing and inspiration. With the ever-accelerating level of information reaching us everywhere we turn and with global threats to safety and security flooding our awareness almost daily, people's need for nurturing and balance has perhaps never been greater.
Real Music execs Terence Yallop & Karen Kael kicked off the new year with an Abraham-Hicks cruise to New Zealand and Australia, ending in Sydney where the celebratory resonance of the New Year's Eve fireworks display was still lighting up the city.