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Transformational Power of Sound – Don Campbell

The therapeutic power of sound is inherent in everyone. Through Breath, tone, and music we visit the world of overtoning and chanting, awakening vibratory awareness by exploring the energy beneath sound.  Over the years, Don Campbell had a quest to harness the healing and creative powers of sound and music.  He traveled to over 40 countries, including Haiti, Russia, Israel, Greece, Tibet, Indonesia and Thailand, where he has studied indigenous culture, taught and worked with children and young adults, and given his own performances. He has taught and performed in most of the capitals of Europe and lived in Japan for several years, serving as music critic for a Tokyo newspaper. He shares how real people creatively tap the power of sound to improve their own and others’ lives, openning the door to fuller, richer, and much more harmonious way of life.  He collected dramatic accounts of how music is used to deal with everything from anxiety to cancer, high blood pressure, chronic pain, dyslexia, and even mental illness.

Don Campell (1946 – 2012) wrote 23 books including “The Roar of Silence: Healing Powers of Breath Tone and Music” and best seller “the Mosart Effect.” He was Influential in the evolution of music therapy as a field of practice and study, Campbell founded the Institute of Music, Health and Education in Boulder in 1988 and lectured worldwide, serving as its director until 1997. He later served as director of the Sound and Music Institute at the New York Open Center.

From the Archives: This live interview was recorded on  March 21, 1998 on the nationally syndicated radio program, hosted by Laura Lee . See more at www.lauralee.com 

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