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Published:April 11th, 2016 14:13 EST
Using Music Sound and Vibration as the Catalyst for Igniting Your Intention

Using Music Sound and Vibration as the Catalyst for Igniting Your Intention

By SOP newswire2

Using Music Sound and Vibration to Enhance the Process of Creating Intention

Manifesting an intention is a process of becoming the vibrational match of what you are seeking.  More than attracting the physical something into your life, it is about tapping into the emotion of what you are intending as if it was already here. 

For example, if you are looking to attract a loving relationship into your life, being the emotion of love and forming a loving relationship with yourself is where it all begins.  Although positive thoughts are important, it is your emotions that become the catalyst for igniting your intention.   This means forming a deeper relationship with your heart.  Music communicates to the heart in a language far beyond words.  In the following paragraphs I will outline three musical tools that will assist you in orchestrating your intentions.

1)     Connect with the music within you

  Although most of us have experienced the power of music from an external source (radio, iTunes, etc.), did you know there is a symphony of sound within you?  Before you set intention, place your hands on your heart.  Allow yourself to feel the vibration of your life force.  Close your eyes and gently breath in and out of your heart.  Listen to the sound of your breath moving in and out.  Let it serenade you.  Your heart speaks to you if you listen.  It lets you know in each breath, you are alive and have much to be thankful for.  Gratitude, kindness, compassion, love, and joy are the notes in the song of your intention.  Tapping into these emotions through the sound and vibration of your heart and breath are fertile soil in seeding your intention.


2)     Harmonize your environment

  Have you ever walked into a spa and the music was so relaxing that you immediately felt yourself surrendering?  Is this similar to the environment where you are setting your intention?  If not, there are several sound ways to make your space more sacred before setting your intention. Selecting the perfect meditative piece of music can truly transform a room in a matter of seconds.  Like lighting a candle, it is an announcement that you are ready to move to a more peaceful state.   It has the power to re-center you and transport you home to your heart.  Another wonderful way to harmonize your environment is to open a window or door and let the sounds of nature in.   The sound of a breeze, birds chirping, rain falling or the waves crashing are reminders that we are connected to something outside our selves. This source of everything is unbelievably expansive and creative.  When we start our intention with this awareness each intention has the opportunity to become a divine collaboration!


3)     Utilize song

Music has the ability to connect you with the vibrational match that you are seeking.  Empower yourself to find a song that taps into the emotion of your intention.  For example, if your intention is to move to New York City, play New York, New York by Frank Sinatra.  Feel the excitement of the streets, smell the foods, be immersed in the scene and see yourself in it.  If your intention is to heal a relationship or forgive someone listen to Love can build a bridge by the Judds.  Feel the power of the music and let yourself be held in the hands of love while you listen. You are the D.J of your intention, and music is the vibrational power tool to help you to manifest it! And so it is.


     Barry Goldstein has been a composer, producer, and researcher on the vibrational effects of music for more than twenty-five years. He brings his knowledge of frequency, resonance, entrainment, and harmonics into his healing with music series Ambiology, which is being used in hospitals, hospices, medical offices, and in individuals` homes worldwide. He is a Billboard Top Ten recording artist and has composed music for film and television. His work spans many styles and genres, from coproducing the Grammy Award "winning track 69 Freedom Special with Les Paul to providing original ambient music for Shirley MacLaine, Neale Donald Walsch, Gregg Braden, Dr. Joe Dispenza, and Dr. Daniel Amen. In addition, in his new book The Secret Language of the Heart, Barry shares how every one of us "the musical and nonmusical alike "can harness the power of music to alleviate specific illnesses, reverse negative mindsets and attitudes, dissolve creative blocks and improve overall health. Backed up by the latest scientific research on the benefits of sound, music, and vibration, this book offers practical, concrete instructions for healing that can be tailored to suit your individual preferences and needs.

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