Music and Song, Mother and Love
- Verlag: Vital Health Publishing
- ISBN: 9781890995331
- o.J., 133 pages
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“The origin of music is the lullaby, a gift of pure love given by every mother to her child. If we can remember this as we sing and play, our music-making will have great therapeutic powers. It will raise both our Life Energy and that of those around us.
A profoundly affecting book of beautiful poetry and prose. Each page contains a jewel illuminating the deepest truths, delighting as it instructs. The subtle shades of love, and loving, of mothering, and the eternal feminine, all flow from these poems. This inspired reading would be most nurturing for women in their journey of pregnancy.
— Giselle Whitwell, The International Music Society For Prenatal Development
A delight for the reader, Dr. Diamond’s book delves into many primary philosphical issues…using image and metaphor to convey his ideas in a creative way.
— Leonard Shlain, M.D., The Alphabet Versus the Goddess, Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time and Light
Music and health, lullaby and awareness…an evocative mixture that takes us beyond ourselves into the heart of the spirit.
— The Book Reader
“”You have here virtually all you need to be able to make music without stress, and with fun, joy — and love. And, whether you are a musician or not, how to understand music in a new, deeper way: how to feel and know its heart, to get closer to its very core, to feel its therapeutic power.
These thoughts are the distillation of my over forty years of professional experience with music: in mental hospitals, in general hospitals, in psychiatric and alternative medicine practices.
And most of all with people, just people, who aspire to grow, to realize themselves, to be as loving as possible, through the agency of that most powerful of all the creative modalities. I have worked with so many of them from world famous professionals, to those yet to sing. To all I gratefully dedicate this book.””
— John Diamond, M.D.”