EMDR music is meant to assist clients in working through particularly difficult traumas. In this testimony, a certified counselor used my EMDR music along with EMDR therapy on herself while she was struggling with some physical issues.
The lecture, “Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound,” was presented at the World Science Festival on June 4th, 2010. Four scientists along with a couple of musicians present how sound came to be from the beginning of time until now. Are you aware that our universe was created out of sound?
This is my musical story, complete with my own victories and struggles as a person and musician. When I learned to allow myself to “feel” the music coming from within me, it was a game changer. What are you passionate about? Can you, too, bring yourself to a place where what’s within can flow freely out of you?
EMDR is the acronym for “Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing” and is a method of psychotherapy used only by trained professionals.
Music outside of a therapy session is considered to be “EMDR-inspired” so the individual can experience “processing” or “reprocessing.” There are many therapies that focus on connecting the left and right brain hemispheres so that the two can work together. In a sense, this is what EMDR therapy accomplishes. EMDR sessions often include “bilateral” or “panned” music.
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Notes above and below the keyboard can be “heard” and felt in the body whether our ear hears them or not. Is the music we listen to “in tune” with our body and what’s in the earth around us?
Because of mis-information concerning the Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies, we have been led to believe a truth that doesn’t line up with music theory and historical information. Are they musical frequencies or something else? If they aren’t musical frequencies, where did they come from?
Scientists are finding that listening to and making music really fires up the brain. Music can also be healing or detrimental for us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Bringing us to a place of rest and peace allows our bodies to work through the healing processes more effectively. Therefore, it’s important to listen to music that fosters and promotes healing.