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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

Music alters Civilzations

Different cultures music has unique vibratory patterns that alters them

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Exploring the Potential to Provide a Novel, Mobile, Non-invasive Approach to the Pandemic Threat from Resistant and Mutating Pathogens via Low Frequency Sound Presentation

During this small study (n=17) the presentation of ambient, low -frequency analog sound was shown to facilitate the degradation of the three-dimensional protective barrier employed by pathogens. A filmed recording of the activity under the microscope showed the abatement of the attack on a T-cell after the protective barrier was degraded using low frequency analog sound presentation.

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Are Associations Important?

lyz Cooper discusses the birth of the first worldwide Association for Therapeutic Sound

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Creating a support for therapeutic sound

How important is a professional association?

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Gong Master Training with Don Conreaux finds new home at Hawkwood, Stroud

DON CONREAUX was drawn to Eastern mysticism and Philosophy from an early age. As a teenager in 1952 his first esoteric teacher was Paramahansa Yogananda with Don receiving his kriya Initiation in 1953. His formal education includes a Masters Degree in Theatre and from 1952 through to 1969 he became an Actor, Writer and Director working in Hollywood and New York.

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The Power of Sanskrit Mantras

Why are Sanskrit Mantras so beneficial?

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From: Rami Shaafi
Rami Shaafi

RAMIVANA Autumn UK Tour 2018 from 12th of October to the 28th of October

We will be offering Healing Sound Journeys and a variety of Workshops

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Case Study: Ohio resident Bob Bethel

In 1993, Bethel survived a serious motorcycle accident that left his lower right leg severely damaged. Several major surgeries and hours of reconstructive surgery were required to create the illusion that his leg muscles were intact. Bethel’s physicians had little hope for a complete recovery and told Bethel to consider himself lucky to be alive.

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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

We’ll See!

Science and Alternative Healing

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From: Ravi Ji
Ravi Ji

SPIRIT FEST

a conscious festival for all ages with Sacred Music, Dance and Art from all traditions

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Back Pain Succumbs to Star Trek Medicine

Using sound frequencies to diagnose and eliminate back pain evokes images of Star Trek medicine; a pleasant fantasy but not quite in our realm of belief, until now.

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The Gift of Sound

It's a privilege to share the magic of sound

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From: Steven Ash
Steven Ash

Drumming the five senses

Touching with the drum the five senses within the power of the medicine wheel

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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

Do the Sounds of your Name define you?

The precise impact of the sound of your name

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From: Katie Rose
Katie Rose

May There Be Peace This Magical May

Join the Singing Magic and Help Create More Peace in the World.

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The Voice as a Holographic Representation of Self

As man evolved, language became levels of intricate harmony nestled within structures of great elegance that carried meaning and allowed understanding.

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From: Don Conreaux
Don Conreaux

the latest from Gongmaster Don

whats happening in 2018

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Lifemusic training with Henrietta Street Senior Services

In 2017, Klawitter Theatre Group in collaboration with Dr. Rod Paton delivered a Lifemusic training course to senior citizens, staff and volunteers of the Henrietta Older Peoples Service based in Dublin 1. The training aimed to involve and empower older people in participatory music workshops
and to enable the participants to sustain and develop their own Lifemusic events after the project had finished.
Lifemusic (now Vox Anima ltd.) is dedicated to providing creative music-making sessions in a non-judgemental, inclusive and enjoyable atmosphere. Founded by Dr. Rod Paton, Lifemusic runs leadership and practitioner training courses, administers the Guild of Lifemusicians, and conducts research into the benefits of musical group improvising on how we think, feel, and relate to others.
The Lifemusic training with Henrietta Street Senior Services was carried out by Rod Paton over four weeks in summer 2017 and eight trainees successfully finished the training and received their Lifemusic

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Lifemusic training with Henrietta Street Senior Services

In 2017, Klawitter Theatre Group in collaboration with Dr. Rod Paton delivered a Lifemusic training course to senior citizens, staff and volunteers of the Henrietta Older Peoples Service based in Dublin 1. The training aimed to involve and empower older people in participatory music workshops and to enable the participants to sustain and develop their own Lifemusic events after the project had finished.
Lifemusic (now Vox Anima ltd.) is dedicated to providing creative music-making sessions in a non-judgemental, inclusive and enjoyable atmosphere. Founded by Dr. Rod Paton, Lifemusic runs leadership and practitioner training courses, administers the Guild of Lifemusicians, and conducts research into the benefits of musical group improvising on how we think, feel, and relate to others.
The Lifemusic training with Henrietta Street Senior Services was carried out by Rod Paton over four weeks in summer 2017 and eight trainees successfully finished the training and received their Lifemusic

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From: Steven Ash
Steven Ash

why are we singing our song

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Why are we Singing our Song


Simon Heather at the College of Sound Healing asked for some personal quotes of why singing is important to each of us. Wow, thats a big one for me as I expect it is for you. There are so many quotes from great singers, writers and philosophers, and it is so easy to crib a quote, feel good because you have done something, written it down for others to see. But who reads it? I’m the one who writes this and probably I will be the one to read it, its like in a conversation, we talk to others, mostly trying to convince ourselves by what we are saying not listening to learn something new, we give a spiel as an outlet for our own thoughts, emotions and experiences.


Over the last weeks I’ve been looking at my life and why I sing, and what it brings to me, and projects from me so that I get benefit. I get so much

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