‘Till the Last Note Ends… A Vibroacoustic Playlist
There are a plethora of songs, bands, and genres of music that you're familiar with but for one reason or another you don’t care for. What if I told you that listening to this music on inHarmony meditation furniture might completely change your opinion of that music?
"”Easy...you know the way it’s supposed to be.."
- Crosby, Stills and Nash, Wooden Ships
That’s where this playlist comes in. The playlist is named “‘till the last note ends…” because after experiencing music on the inHarmony technology, I now listen to most songs until the last chord rings out, or the last drum beat or until “the last note ends.” This is the way an artist intended the song to be listened to and it becomes the way you want to hear the songs. This paradigm shift makes you realize how the inHarmony meditation furniture keeps you in the present moment and that the song isn’t over until it’s over. You become a “willing participant” when the music and vibrations ignite a mysterious emotional connection in your body and soul.
This playlist is not a list of my favorite songs, rather it is a list of songs that I usually pick from to play the first familiar song for a client at the end of their first session. Kind of like a joyful parting gift!. As Don McLean sings in American Pie, ”I can still remember how that music used to make me smile” and these songs tend to do that. There are many reasons for these songs but mainly they have shown hundreds and hundreds of times as being able to elicit a true sense of euphoria, an emotional connection and an almost instantaneous mood change for the clients.
The first 10 songs have been added to the playlist and we will be adding more tracks each week with a brief description as we move along this journey together. My list of songs to use on vibroacoustic technology has evolved over the last few years, but these first 10 that are included on the playlist seem to always rise to the top. I just used a song from this list on one of my clients yesterday, who was slightly reluctant to try it but knew the song through her father and said sure.
Once the song was over, she was grinning ear to ear, yelled out “ that was AWESOME!” It is the music that triggers these responses, I’m sure of it, I’ve seen it thousands of times and it is such a wonderful experience to witness. When playing songs like these it is important to make sure the queue is empty so that after the song ends the client has time to let it soak in. I also recommend when utilizing songs people know, to make the music louder and stronger so they can truly feel every vibration and note.
As I mentioned, vibroacoustic therapy allows you to reintroduce music that you previously thought you disliked. Since 1988, I had never liked the song Every Rose has Its Thorn by Poison. A year ago I played it while on the inHarmony Sound Lounge and was blown away. The lead guitarist’s solos were spectacular in ways I had never noticed before, and it is now one of my go to songs. There are hundreds of other songs like this that I never used to listen to that I now love and play for myself and clients all the time. Listening to music through an inHarmony Sound Lounge strips away your ego & resistance and places you on a magic carpet ride!!
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Rock on people!
John Hill, Affiliate at inHarmony Interactive