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    Hi ,
    I wanted to share some experience;
    I came home last night and i did some releasing.
    Then i put some music, and all u could hear, was the quietness behind the sounds.
    the music almost didnt make me feel up or down , i was just enjoy the sounds it brought.


    happy thanksgiving

    Yair
    Last edited by its.yair; 11-24-2010, 07:43 PM.

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    that's beautiful, thank you.

    Clarie
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    • #3
      It's yair. That is really nice.
      Do what you do when you are doing it, and don't do what you are not doing when you are not doing it!

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      • #4
        Hi Yair -

        Thanks for sharing this. It reminds me of some fun that I had with silence and music a couple of years ago. One of my professions is a musician and teacher, and I also use releasing in that area.

        What I started to notice more and more was the silence behind the music I was listening too. It seemed that each composer or band had a flavor of silence particular to their music.
        When I listened just a little more deeply than that, I would find the "real" silence - the silence that makes all other seeming silence and sound possible.

        It was very freeing, and it has been helpful to my students. It can be a way of learning how to let music make itself within space and silence. There are so many ways of getting out of one's own way....
        With Love,
        Anders Nelson

        Certified Sedona Method Coach
        Helping you to discover your own freedom.

        welcomingfreedom.com

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        • #5
          Sedona, Arizona

          Sit back and enjoy the timeless wonders of Sedona (our hometown and the birthplace of The Sedona Method), accompanied by an engaging soundtrack.

          The Wonders of Sedona, Arizona

          Enjoy!
          Annrika and Tim
          Last edited by Annrika James; 09-12-2011, 12:34 PM.
          Annrika James Sedona Method Instructor
          www.sedonareleasingworldwide.com
          info@sedonareleasingworldwide.com

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          • #6
            That was so good releasing yair.. enjoy it over and over.
            Fibromyalgia | psoriatic arthritis

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Anders Nelson View Post
              Hi Yair -

              Thanks for sharing this. It reminds me of some fun that I had with silence and music a couple of years ago. One of my professions is a musician and teacher, and I also use releasing in that area.

              What I started to notice more and more was the silence behind the music I was listening too. It seemed that each composer or band had a flavor of silence particular to their music.
              When I listened just a little more deeply than that, I would find the "real" silence - the silence that makes all other seeming silence and sound possible.

              It was very freeing, and it has been helpful to my students. It can be a way of learning how to let music make itself within space and silence. There are so many ways of getting out of one's own way....
              Its good dear , i like your post and its really nice you are a musician as well as a teacher.

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              • #8
                Is there any one who is creating his new music or video then please post here.

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                • #9
                  that's beautiful, thank you.


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                  • #10
                    The silence is what makes the music or any sound. The "no thing" (unmanifested) around the sound (manifested). You can also do the same thing with realizing the space around objects. The "no thing" we inhabit that separates us yet connects us and other things. This is the visual form of no silence.

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