We have explored many Bridges of Love Light in this blog. One that is very potent, and that the Angels Love, is Sound: Musical vibration and frequency. We touched upon the bridge of silence in a previous blog; The Music of Silence, Stillness Speaks, and “Be still and know that I am God.” Today we will explore the powerful bridge of Music and Sound. In Stillness, you might hear the Music of the spheres as the Angels do.
Nature Sounds are some of my favorites. A wonderful movie that demonstrates the power of Sound is August Rush. The young orphan, played by Freddie Highmore, hears rhythms and Music in natural Sounds that no one else does. He really hears “the beat of his own drummer” and holds to his faith that Music will bring his parents to him. If you have missed that one, I highly recommend it.
I have included today two videos from Liberace. He played the piano with so much joy that you cannot help but be uplifted by it. The piano allows us to hear each individual note and its vibration or Frequency. An activity worth your time and attention is exploring what Frequencies and Music uplift you.
The Sounds of the Ocean waves, shore birds (particularly sea gulls) and sea lions were my companions for most of my life. These Sounds soothed me and brought peace and inspiration. Now that I live in the mountains, I have found new nature Sounds: the migration of Canadian Snow Geese, the rustle of the aspen leaves and the squawk of our neighborhood magpie. Another is the Sound of silence in the new-fallen snow.
In exploring vibration and Frequency there are many avenues. Some that I enjoy are Tibetan bells; drums; crystal singing bowls; tuning forks (a complete set costs about $140). You can explore tuning your own vibration the way a piano is tuned, by noticing your feelings for each vibration. Many alternative healing practitioners have discovered healing Sounds. One instrument that always uplifts me is the didgeridoo. Also the recorder, pan flute and symphonic flute.
My mother loved Liberace, which is one reason I chose those pieces today. Like smells and fragrances, Music can take us to a specific time and place in our memories. These pieces I chose did that for me and reminded me of our mother writing in our baby books. She wrote about my sister Charmaine, when she was about four years old, saying, “What is that sound? Oh, it is me singing.” We all laughed at that memory a lot. Another fun thing my sister did with Music as an adult made me laugh, but was also very effective: she played John Philip Sousa marches to inspire her to iron and do housework. Doing this can’t help but make you laugh and lighten up.
I invite you to explore the power of Sound, Music and Frequency to uplift your own unique vibration and be your Bridge to Love and Light.