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two sound healings
with Grammy-winner David Darling, cello
In the past few days I have been reminded that Spiritual
growth is often related to our ability to expand and relax.
Few people achieve enlightenment or happiness by willing
themselves to do so!
Here are two songs which may draw out a smile and an inner
warmth of remembrance of how easily Spirit loves to meet
you, wherever you are.
Both of these songs are drawn from live concerts. "Blessing
Song" was improvised in the moment, with David Darling
beginning to play and then a melody coming into and through
my voice. "Summer Wind" is David's own creation, in words
Music can help us relax and open to new possibilities.
Sometimes those new possibilities come as ideas that seem
like daydreams. Other times listening to music changes how
we view a situation or problem. This happens not because the
problem changes, but because we allow ourselves to see the
problem from a new angle. I invite you to relax, close your
eyes, and let yourself see the world anew.
best known for his 2009 Grammy winning album,
(www.cdbaby.com/cd/darling2) Despite being a classically
trained cellist, he has a deep passion for invoking musical
expression, joy and laughter from all who surround him.
Check out his website (www.daviddarling.com)
for more information about his improvisational music
workshops and his foundation, Music for People.
As a cellist, composer, improviser and singer he has
recorded albums that range from jazz to New Age with side
trips to many different musical cultures.
My special thanks to Barbara Susan Booth of Sacred Wisdom
Center (Guelph, Ontario, Canada) for arranging the
collaborative concerts between David Darling and myself,
"Evensongs for the Soul" from which this song was excerpted.
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