Recommended for back pain, concentration, study, pain relief
Silence of Voice helps you to express yourself, communicate more openly and take in information more easily. It is classic Alphamusic, governing the throat, larynx, neck and shoulders which are often the centre of stress. Silence of Voice opens up listening and speaking skills. It can make you feel deeply emotional in an open and expressive way. Excellent music to study with and an outstanding aid to staying focused for long periods of time. Reported to help with back pain.
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40 minute CD
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Reported Listener Benefits
* Improves communication
* Improves self-expression
* Excellent for study and concentration problems
* Settles hyperactive behaviour
* Pain Relief
Composer and pianist, John Levine, based this work on the centuries–old use of pentatonic and lydian scales. Musical tension builds up slowly with no rush or rough discords. The spherical sounds can bring you to an alpha state within 4 minutes.
John Levine has vast experience as a composer and as a teacher of meditation. He believes that music has a powerful effect on the brain and can be designed to induce specific positive changes in mood and behaviour.
Megan, who lives in the USA, suffers quite a lot from chronic back pain, a great deal of which could stem from being very overweight, and that in turn from an interesting underlying problem. Alysan told me that she felt that Megan doesn’t know what she really wants, she’s not able to explain her true feelings and thoughts and that’s part of her underlying problem. Megan reported far more than the ‘positive steps forward’ John had anticipated. On a visit to Cambridge UK to see her mother, Megan was able to walk through the long sprawling university pedestrianised city centre after listening to Silence of Voice. Previously she had not been able to walk for more than a few minutes without chronic back ache. It was a miracle!
Megan C, back pain
Silence of Voice – Sorrow that yields joy. It gives me an urge to weep, but in a good way. A hopeful sorrow. It’s a lot like letting go of something. Teary and tearful but ultimately beautiful because I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I find this music very sensitive. It takes me back to a very still point in myself. It makes me feel very calm and helps me stay grounded. My energy flows much better within the tunes of Alphamusic. My clients positively react to this music as well. It relaxes them and takes them to a still place.
Felicity Cook, voice therapist