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Music, the Brain & the Secret Language of the Heart

Music, the Brain & the Secret Language of the Heart

Jul 27, 2017-- When was the last time you heard a song that brought you to tears, or reminded you of a favorite place? Music has the power to shape our moods, our minds, and even our memories. Barry Goldstein, a producer, composer, and music researcher, shares the incredible ways music can enrich our experience on conscious and subconscious levels. Through engaging in activities like singing or chanting, we can experience both physical and spiritual benefits, such as an increased sense of peace and calm. Different types of music can even alter our brain waves, guiding us from an active and alert state, to a relaxed sleep state. The advancements don't end there. "An amazing amount of research has been done to prove the benefits of music and the brain, but we've only just scratched the surface," says Goldstein. (14769 reads)

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