Most people hear the word sound and assume ‘music’. They don’t immediately think of ‘energy’. Within the context of energy medicine, sound is simply the vibration or frequency of specific energetic movements usually at the atomic, quantum, or cellular level. So while music contains, embeds, and revolves around all particulars of sound vibration, in the context of sound-based therapy, especially as used within The Davis Model of Sound Intervention℠, sound is more energy than music.
“In traditional psychoanalytic theory, the unconscious is a reservoir of past meaningful experience. The unconscious is already structured in the mind — it might even be structured like a language, as Lacan claims. We can in fact represent the unconscious content in language — if we would allow it. But we’ve erected barriers between the unconscious and consciousness, protecting us from thoughts and memories we’d rather not acknowledge. However, the unconscious is always shaping our desires, feelings and behaviors — it’s the true source of our motivations even if we don’t realize it. The work of traditional psychoanalysis is to “tame” the unconscious by bringing it into conscious awareness, where it can be incorporated into the controlling ego. In Lacanian analysis the work is to allow the unconscious to be recognized as a part of the self by giving it voice in verbal language.”
“Stern contends that the unconscious is not prestructured. Thoughts and memories are scattered across the neural network in a loose and fluid matrix. The process of bringing this material into consciousness is specifically to impose structure and meaning on it. Because this is so, the same unconscious materials can be consciously assembled in a variety of different ways and assigned different meanings. It’s not that this experience was once structured in a particular way and that the structure has been erased by the unconscious. Rather, the unconscious is the realm of “unformulated experience.”
A re-blogged post (from) via All Thought Is Unconscious.
“[These] enactments take time to fall into place and become habitual, which is one reason for the immense sense of freedom and excitement we experience at the beginning of a new relationship. We are raw and open at the beginning, and the themes of oedipal struggle occupy us fully, intensely, and spontaneously. The relatedness is not yet patterned, as it will be. (I think she likes me! She’s incredibly exciting, and it’s so wonderful that she seems excited by me! Does she like my hair? Is she angry with me? Does she love me? Maybe she really wants to be with him.)
The hopes, fears, exultations, and despairs at the beginning of a relationship have a special intensity; but as painful as those first weeks and months can be, they are also one of the most exciting parts of life. Lovers are less intimate at the beginning than they will be later on, but ironically, they also can be less defended. Their openness to being affected by hurt or admiration (for instance) may be greater than it will become. They are freer to be completely delighted with each other. They know each less well, love each other much less deeply, and yet in certain respects are perhaps most thoroughly available to each other.
But what happens to that ongoing struggle, to involvement and change and engagement, as we come to depend on sameness, on the enactments that develop over time? Struggle dims. There is less and less change, life stays closer to the baseline. We reassure ourselves that the other’s mind is completely mapped. We become locked into patterns of enactment.”
Stern, Donnel B. (2009-09-03). Partners in Thought: Working with Unformulated Experience, Dissociation, and Enactment (Psychoanalysis in a New Key Book Series) (pp. 155-156). Taylor & Francis. Kindle Edition.
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Ambient sonic textures I composed in a state of acknowledging and releasing loss, movement through grief, and longing dissolve.
12-tone Pythagorean Tuning Scale.
Concert Pitch of A = 432.10
How I use it:
A short ambient sound therapy track that I wrote in the spirit of the global awakening that we are currently witnessing here on our planet. New dimensional realities are opening to remind us Who we Are, opening our hearts to our Cosmic Intelligence and Divine Oneness.
Cosmically tuned to the Earth Year Frequency & Heart Chakra (via the book “The Cosmic Octave” by Hans Cousto).
Concert Pitch of A = 432.10. The Earth represents the Heart Chakra amidst the other celestial bodies of our solar system.
Tuning System of 12 Tone Pythagorean scale (a derivative of Just Intonation Scale, which is what birds and humans naturally sing in acapella, representing the scale of the harmonic series).
How I use it:
When I need a quick reminder to let go of the strivings and struggles on this 3rd Dimensional plane of existence – to reconnect to the vastness of the cosmos.
Dedicated to Mother Earth, my mother “Mutti”, and all mothers e v e r y w h e r e.
. . . . . it’s a disorder of doing what you know.”
- Dr. Russell A. Barkley
Breathe, deeply……no deeper than that!
- when did you last breathe deeply enough to reach the furthest corners of your lungs and fill them with fresh air?
Did you just take a really deep breath!? It seems difficult to resist when you read about it, but it’s sometimes pretty easy to forget to breathe deeply when the pressure is on and things are happening around you at a million miles an hour.
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