Tag Archives: hearing
Hello again Lovely Readers! When I traveled from Hawaii to LA at the end of March to have spine surgery, I never thought it would be early June before I was able to begin posting again. Thank you for being … Continue reading
The picture above, which I composed yesterday out of the common household and garden objects I had lying around, was a creative, playful, way for me to visually represent the 3 phrase, 5/7/5 haiku form. Note the word playful. If … Continue reading
Last week I wrote about Hearing- ways to engage with this sense, and touched on the effects of how and what we listen to on our health.I’m hoping some of you tried out the “Whispering Breath Practice”and would love to … Continue reading
While I’m still on the sense of hearing, and the power of music, silence etc, I wanted to share this. It really made me smile. You too? The 7 Phases of a “Song of Summer”.
“Silence is a source of Great Strength” Lao Tzu Not too long ago marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of the composer and provocateur, John Cage. In this post and next week’s, I’m going to explore the differences between hearing … Continue reading
Have spent all morning trying to embed this slow mo gravely voiced gem. But to no avail. So I’ve added it as a link. http://youtu.be/JMSeSc627cg%5D Hope it speaks to your heart as much as it does to mine.
Many posts ago I mentioned a favorite sensory resource, Birdsong Radio. They stream live birdsong from the UK and also sell cd’s. Some of the money raised goes to advocate for birds and to protect their habitats. So now, just … Continue reading
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Ballad of the Skeletons