Music is an incredible resource. Whether you are actually singing, listening to a song or bringing to mind the experience or sounds that bring up a sense of safety, calm, joy, or stillness in your body is powerful and if this resonates, I encourage you to experiment with it and see if you can discover what feels good for you too.
Avery has invited me to her podcast ‘The truth about burnout‘, during which we discussed the power of music, its healing effects, and its significance for introverted and sensitive individuals.
Not in a very long time has a song hit me in my soul and heart as much as this song, ‘Wild Flower’ by RM of BTS. It has taken me a couple of months to be able to finally put pen to paper and write about this song.
I was invited by Casey Lightbody to be a client guest speaker during ‘The Quiet Rebellion Global Conference 2023‘. This was a 4-Day Virtual Experience that will bring you right into the heart of the evolution you’ve been wishing for.
There’s something really powerful about live music.
A live environment creates an emotional intensity and a powerful sense of shared experience that can’t be replicated anywhere else.
Finding ‘your’ band or musician(s) that allows you to connect with yourself (again) and the way they hold a mirror in front of you, so you can see yourself in a new light and discover parts of yourself that you lost or forgotten about is super special.
There is something so thrilling for me not knowing what will be played next, whether it is on the radio or from a play list.
It reminds me how I felt when I was a kid dancing around Mum’s kitchen and discovering the magic of music for the first time.
Inspired by my podcast interview with Bonnie Hardie, who is currently homeless but not powerless, and her courage and strength to constantly show up, no matter what is going on in her world, has got me thinking; am I being ignorant or oversensitive when it comes to these issues?!
Have you ever heard a random tune playing somewhere that simply defines exactly how you are feeling? Or noticed words in a song that seemed to reflect perfectly what you were thinking in that moment? Or thought of someone close to you and a song you associate with them starts playing on a device in your hearing range?
My first ever CD that I received was Bon Jovi’s ‘New Jersey’. And it is a moment I will not forget, as it signalled a new era not just for me as a music lover but also HOW I would listen to music.