Music to Heal By offers original healing music*, and spiritual healing and guidance.
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Many wonder where their source of inspiration comes from.
Does it flow from the mighty river of perpetual knowledge high above in anther realm, or does it come from within?
Did it ever dawn on you that they me be one and the same?
Our bodies and minds are merely an energy harness for spirit. They contain the same energy as all that we believe to be better than us. We are connected to spirit, linked in a perpetual flow of energy. When we reach into our heart, we are reaching into the heart of all things possible.
In order for energy to flow, it must contain both positive and negative forces. The responsibility of this for us,
is to understand the motives of our actions.
As this new year begins I ask to be connected with my source of knowledge and strength.
Help me to integrate methods of the past into the present, to help the future.
For many, the new year is a time to take stock of one’s self. There is nothing but open space ahead, a clean slate, a blank canvas.
It is a perfect time to build upon what has worked, leaving behind what no longer serves a purpose.
Notions, tools and ideas have changed over the course of time. Virtually no one relies on the telegraph to receive their news. This current generation may never hear the sound of a typewriter. The concepts of these obsolete items have been integrated in their replacements, and in time,
the replacements will be replaced as well.
Ask to be connected with your source of strength. Allow that connection to become the most important thing in your life. Soon, new thoughts and actions will replace obsolete ways with positive results.
My grass grew better after my reading!
I first became interested in healing while stationed with the Pacific Fleet Band, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The band had somewhat of a nine to five type of schedule, so I had many evenings and weekends off. I began to become enamored with the vast metaphysical activities in and around Honolulu.
It all made sense to me, and I felt like a switch had been turned on inside of me. I had no doubt that I was a healer. I left the Navy to attend Berklee College of Music as a film scoring major. During a winter break I was invited to a Reiki event in a beautiful cabin near Grand Father Mountain, N.C. Reiki blended well with the other healing modalities that I already had in my tool kit. In a few years I became a Reiki Master.
Upon graduating with honors I left to pursue what I thought was my calling, composing music for film and television. I simply followed the long line of film scoring majors to Los Angeles where I quickly found work as an assistant to an award winning film composer. While going out on one of many coffee runs, I met a woman who was a Reiki Master. When I came back with the coffee, I told my employer about my meeting. He commented that it was the first time he ever saw me smile.
Like many people, LA chewed me up and spit me out. I sort of wandered around in a daze for many years. I knew I had something to offer, yet, finding it was like chasing a feather.
I found many opportunities to heal others, yet avoided healing myself. At what seemed to be my darkest hour, I began to compose again. This was something that I had not done for almost five years. The music helped to heal me, and I knew that by combining my skills as a composer and Reiki Master was the best way I could serve the Universe.