Music and Mind – tools for Wellbeing

Very interested in this. From personal experience, I use music as a mouldable tool to cheer me up, get me to certain mental moods, facilitate emotional expressive processes, trigger overall healing, as an intellectual activator, and a sound track of day-to-day activities.

I have made my own tunes since I remember, and I use melodies and humming as a physical companion when I am lonely, cold, reflective or observant.
Music is just another way of colouring the world for me.
And in my workshops I carefully choose sounds and tunes to support and illustrate my exercises in coaching.

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So, this scientific conclusions don’t come as a surprise.
Before, some astrologers would say my calling for the beauty of sounds derives from my Taurine / Sagittarius nature.
Whatever explanation, sound frequencies shall not be ignored in wellbeing.

At least, when silence is not enough…

(check my playlists on the Resources page for Inspiration)

 

Psycho-Acoustic Medicine: The Science of Sound In Producing Serotonin, Neurotransmitters & Health