Music is the language of the soul, and Divine Attunement provides a unique window into the world of ecstatic music, sacred sound, and ritual dance. Written by master-musician and composer Yuval Ron, the book is based on his collaborations with Zen Buddhist masters, Jewish Kabbalists, Gnostic Christians, and Sufi mystics. It also includes the latest research from leading neuroscientists on how sound heals the body, mind, and spirit. Ron takes the reader on an amazing journey of self-discovery that inspires and enables greater access to energy, creativity, and joy. Divine Attunement contains twenty-one stories, essays, and wisdom parables which disclose the secrets of sacred music and guide the reader toward personal growth and transformation. Ron retells ancient legends about the Middle Eastern poets, gypsies, and great mystics - such as Rumi, Rabbi Yehuda Halevi, Hazrat Inayat Khan, and Baal Shem Tov - all of whom used music to commune with God. The book also includes two Appendices with meditative exercises involving music and movement to assist the reader in reaching authentic selfhood and experiencing a deeper connection with the Divine. Author Yuval Ron - the "Peace Musician" - will be donating proceeds from his book to international charities that support feeding the hungry, spreading interfaith understanding, and promoting peace. Divine Attunement is offered through Oracle Institute Press, a non-profit publishing house that serves as "an Advocate for Peace and a Vanguard for Conscious Evolution."
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|Size: ||16.6 MB|
|Publisher: ||Oracle Institute Press|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781937465193 (DRM-EPUB)|
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