“There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief, that does not find relief in music.”
– George Elliot

Chronically stressed people are often unaware of how affected they really are, since their coping mechanism have become a way of life. Sleeping disorders, poor appetite, and a lack of much real joy may have become the ‘new normal’.

Improvements can be expected in the areas of:

  • Posture
  • Energy levels
  • Emotional stability
  • General physical wellbeing
  • Quality of sleep and the ability to relax
  • Concentration, memorization, zest for life

Unresolved emotions end up being relegated to the sympathic nervous system, where they can build over time into anxiety and depression. On a physical level, these emotions have a strong impact on our immune system. We literally ‘store our issues in our tissues’.

So what to do if  you prefer to avoid pills to keep things in check?
Or what to do do if you are already taking pills and want to reduce the intake?

What about a daily dose of Listening Training?
Music has a mysterious way of reaching into the depths of our brain and body. It can be liberating, consoling, a whole variety of things. One of the big bonuses of Listening Training is that it is intimate, and lets the listener ‘be’. There is no need to talk about who did what to whom and why. No need to talk at all.

Listening Training can be quick, gentle and simple.

We are not used to thinking in simple terms, especially not when dealing with trauma Yet this method has helped thousands of children and adults to develop better life skills and clarity of mind, so that they can accept the past for what it is and should be – the past!

“There is a direct link between the ability to perceiving certain sounds and the existence of emotional depletion.”
– Don Campbell – the Mozart Effect