The Sounds of Music

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St. Cecilia is an uplifting spirit who brings us joys in life.  She wants us to hear full sounds and tones.  Music is a time honored tradition.  It was celebrated through many ways in ancient times throughout all cultures.  We hear it in nature and feel it in our bones.  Within music we can activate ourselves through positive vibration.  It touches our emotions and stimulates our senses.  Play music from the heart with passion.  Dance with your spirit.  To the beat of the drum goes our mind into an infinite space and time.  The strum of the guitar vibrates our soul.  We are soothed, inspired and healed.

What’s your best way to heal or connect through music?  What is your favorite to listen to and why?

Heather Maria

I am drawn to so many types of music and beats.

After I wrote this I was inspired to play my music while relaxing.  I asked for a sign.  These were the 3 songs that came on.  Very soothing to me.  I connect deeply to them.

In You by Rich Robinson

Alibi by 30 Seconds to Mars

White Flag by The Mayfield Four


I also greatly appreciate drumming and Shamanism.  Drumming opens the heart and is very healing.  It brings a sense of all-being wellness


Drumming is great for meditation and opens up portals to the spirit world allowing you to connect.  It can bring great insight and heighten intuition

It also helps relieves stress, anxiety, depression, pain, boosts immune system, and give a deeper connection with yourself through spirit as drumming accesses the whole brain.


Ancient music is very soothing to the soul.  This is another one I find that has great healing abilities.  It would be great for working with spirit and working with healing energy rituals.


Please let me know what you think and share what music inspires you in the comment section.

13 thoughts on “The Sounds of Music

  1. Oh Heather, you are but projecting the song of my Spirit and Soul. I LOVE music! a vast variety of it and I allow the music to move me -physically and vibrationally. I love listening to music when I am cooking-cleaning-etc., and when I need a boost, I trust my intuition not lead me where I need to go. Some of my go-to’s are crystal singing bowls, James Twyman did a beautiful one titled I Am, for Wayne Dwyer, Celtic Woman and their angelic voices are sooo beautiful, Blackmore’s Knight is a great band that has a Renaissance Flow feel with a touch of edginess that I have so much fun with, I do enjoy drumming-I have a shamanic drum and there is a song, Earth My Body by Nicole Sangsuree ( and the list can go on and on–singing along or allowing my myself to make random noises helps me to clear my throat chakra and redirect my energy….

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    1. oh boy–I should have edited–I see some typos!!!-lol! intuition DOES lead me where I need to go!


    2. That is wonderful! I love your post! I don’t go a day without listen to music. I love all types. I too enjoy the Celtic. I’m going to have to check out all the ones you suggested. Thank you for that! And no worries about the typos, Intuition does do that! LOL, I’ve been there!


  2. Hi Heather! Once again, a lovely post! I absolutely agree, music is extremely healing and many different types of music nourish our souls. I love shamanic drumming, too!! ❤ Big Love

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  3. What a lovely post! I believe in music therapy as a very powerful method to heal many emotional issues as art therapy does. I am connected to music every single day since everyone in my family is either a musician, a singer or music producer. My favorite instruments are the piano, drums and ukulele. I love any type of music makes me feel empowered.

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    1. It’s really wonderful how music has the ability to make us feel empowered and to heal, just like any art. It is wonderful how connected to music you are. I actually have a question. Coming from a musical family maybe you would know. Would you or anyone in your family know how to get started writing music for other artists? For me it would be lyrics as I love to write. I’m not sure how to make those type of connections and was wondering how that works if you knew.


  4. I am moved by many different types of music, from opera, to Native American music, to Eastern meditative music, all the way to the Beatles! Today it was definitely the sound of bird song that made my heart soar on my morning walk!

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    1. That is awesome Barb! I feel the same. Just the other day I too heard a bird singing then another one joined in, it made my heart sing and definitely brightened my morning. We have a large festival here in Milwaukee for Native Americans ever year with a pow wow and lots of music. My favorite is Brule. I’ve seen them many times. I am in awe of them every time.


  5. A couple of weeks ago I discovered a French-language country music station. It makes me ridiculously happy!

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    1. That is great. I love discovering new music!


  6. What a wonderful post. Thank you. Music is so powerful. I love the variety of the music that speaks to you.

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