Let The Music Begin

“It requires wisdom to understand

wisdom: the music is nothing if the audience is deaf.”

Walter Lippmann

Music Speaks

By: Diana Ross, E-RYT 500

Founder: Breast Cancer Yoga
Hi Everyone and welcome to a hot and lazy July. I waited to post to the authority blog assuming that folks were busy with their holiday weekend, like me. Don’t you just love the information that flows through?  I wonder what our authors meant by all this?  Found this bill board upstate NY – but what does it have to do with suitcases?

Let’s talk about information and it’s reliability. It is important to note that we are constantly gathering information to help us on our life journey and especially on our healing journey so we look at information under a magnifying glass. This information can be psychological, spiritual or scientific but none-the-less valuable because there is a common thread and that is our beings are holistic. We can dissect one aspect here or one there but in the end we need a total approach to good health. Our minds need to be sharp. We must hear the music and be open to the flow of information. This is where enlightenment or those “aha” moments occur. We embrace something new; we drop something old but we move forward. Our body is our temple and temples need to be cleaned, and cherished. And of course our souls need to be nourished. Music is an amazing way to encourage our holistic be-ing to run smoothly.

This month I have an incredible contributors list of these light workers that provide, nurture and stimulate good health through right knowledge. But don’t take my word for it. See for yourself. Our new contributors are Rika Keck, Kathleen O’Keefe, Sri Ganapathy Satchidananda Swamiji and Ryan Vollmer. Please let me know your thoughts. blessings of love and light, Diana

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