“Direct contact with the precariousness of life helps us to feel and appreciate the preciousness of life.” Frank Ostaseski
Research has shown that of all our senses, hearing is the first to arrive in utero and the last to go before we take our last breath. This suggests a core relationship to our listening, one that can serve as a bridge to our essential nature and the unseen worlds. Spoken word, when delivered authentically, is an expression of our unique innate wisdom, deeply nourishing to the human spirit. When music is added intentionally, the amalgam morphs into a consciousness delivery system that can stimulate greater depth, meaning and connection, offering subtle yet profoundly healing shifts in awareness. This modality enhances our ability to listen with the heart rather than just the ears during life’s many transitions.
This lecture is part of The Art of Dying Conference Workshop Series Collection recorded at the Art of Dying Conference in NYC in April of 2015
ISBN: AOD15W4DDFor the a listing of all the programs from the art of dying conference follow this link here