Are we being affected more than we realise by the music we play or hear?

Are we being affected more than we realise by the music we play or hear?

World Music Day is an annual music celebration which takes place on June 21st, the day of the Summer Solstice. The day originated in France in 1982 and has now spread around the world with reports of over 700 cities in 120 countries taking part last year.

People come together to share their love of music. This includes all styles of music, with both amateurs and professionals performing free of charge in public places.

"There is more to music than meets the ear."

Serge Benhayon

This revelatory audio reveals that the vibration of music carries an energy with it which is not only heard but also deeply vibrates through our body. What we need to question is are these vibrations harming or healing?

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The energy of music

This talk presents how we are affected much more by what we hear, see and smell than we realise.

"We are prepared to play music but not recognise that music enters the body no different to the way food enters the body, that is, food enters through the mouth and music through the ears. What happens then is no different, as in, the energy of what has been taken in will greatly affect you in many more ways than any temporal mind can imagine let alone accept."

Serge Benhayon Esoteric Teachings & Revelations Volume I, ed 1, p 428

So – how much would we truly 'love' music if we knew what exactly we were receiving at times?

Further Viewing and Listening

The Energetic Science of Music - a short video inviting us to consider that there is more to music than meets the ear

Music and Parenting - a short video where a mother shares the impact different music has on her young daughter

Emotions In Music – Are They So Innocent? - an article by the musician Rachel Kane sharing her experience with music

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