Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers performs live on the Andy Williams Show, 1965. Unchained Melody. Beautiful and amazing. Enjoy.
We have learned from Abraham, in the Hicks material, how very important it is for us to feel good. One of my favorite books of theirs is Ask and it is Given. A very easy to understand and practice “how to” for raising your vibration.
Esther Hicks has been teaching us for 30 years to make feeling good a priority in our lives so we can attract the life we want to live. Sound, music and singing are a valuable way to raise our vibration so we can feel good.
We have access today to an infinite variety of music, sound and singing on YouTube. Amazing performances like the ones included here are free. Each of these always help me raise my vibration to joy and gratitude.
This year I am going to treat myself to more enlivening sound frequencies. One that I have known about for a while is the F sharp tuning fork. It aligns the heart chakra.
Another is Tibetan bowls and bells. The sounds they give off are frequencies that uplift. The vibrations are also tangible. Crystal Bowls are another powerful transmitter of high frequencies.
I am going to have fun this year learning more about creating with Sound.
The video at the top of this blog is one of my all-time favorites.
The piece at the bottom is “’El Condor Pasa,’ an original Peruvian Folklore (song) popularized by Simon and Garfunkel in 1970. ‘If I could’ is the best known Peruvian song from the Zarzuela El Condor Pasa composed by Daniel Alomia Robles in 1913. From 2004 this piece is a Cultural Heritage of Peru. This theme is considered the second National Anthem of Peru. ‘The Condor flies in both the Americas connecting all Native races.’
Performed by Peruvian musician Alexandro Querevalu with a native Indian flute called Quena and traditional Andes Regalias (poncho) is felt deep within the Soul.”
You may also want to explore sound, music, drumming and singing as it is not only uplifting but gives rise to our Highly creative Soul.
Remember, the overall theme of this blog is Spiritual Prosperity with a Foundation in Metaphysical Practice. As I mentioned before, I start my practice with Love, and Kudos tells me to jump. Jumping makes me laugh. Not taking myself to seriously is key. You might wonder what Dolphins have to do with this. As I promised last week, I would give you another attracting quality to your good, and a repelling one. An attracting quality that the dolphins demonstrate for us is delight asmotivation. Fun, play, and exhuberance are emanated from most dolphins. A repelling quality is greed. One aspect of greed is the feeling or thought of “not enough.” Remember we can only think one thought at a time so to let go of greed we can be in attracting thoughts, feelings, and qualities. Dolphins love to swim, play, make love and eat herring. They fish in group cooperation and each gets fed. They live in many attracting qualities: delight, joy, fun, and play. Continue reading Spiritual Prosperity -Delight as Motivation→
Bridges of Love-Light is a spiritual blog where I hope to share with you metaphysical principles that have helped me immeasurably in my life. I’ve learned that when I return to the love that I am (and you are), I’m ready to learn what my higher guidance wishes to teach me. That is one of the foundation principals we will be working with in this space.
My intention is to give you metaphysical (beyond and above the physical; ie. Spiritual, thought, feelings, visions, dreams, vibrations, and frequencies), tools that are simple and easy to use. You just need to remember to use them. One of my spiritual teachers, V.T. (Valorie Taylor), told me that that was the entire spiritual path, that we remember to use and practice, practice, practice, practice the simple tools given to us. We will be working primarily with thoughts, feelings, and your spiritual high- self. I’m a channel for Sananda (a current name for Jesus, and a call to souls who know him by that name), Kudos (7 spirit Dolphins) and Lela (my high-self). Continue reading Foundations of metaphysical practice→