Do you ever feel like you have no reason to worry, but you're worried anyway?
I hope these songs recorded in the healing frequency of 432 hz as well as the qigong movements have been helping you. 😍
You can find out a little more about how my music helped reduced people’s stress and pain levels and elevated their mood in this sweet article from LA Yoga Magazine, and you can check out the field study findings here.
So far, we’ve talked about how to release:
- Fear - stored in the kidneys and bladder
- Sadness - stored in the heart and small intestines
- Anger - stored in the liver and gallbladder
- Grief - stored in the lungs and large intestines
If you’ve been able to listen to all the music and do the movements, awesome job!!! 👏 🎉 You can continue to do as many of the movements and listen to the songs as often as you like.
If you haven’t, it’s never too late to start, and today’s song might actually be a perfect starting point, because we’re going to release WORRY. 😁
It’s the 5th and final major emotion in this healing journey, but it can be a good place to start. If there isn’t really anything negative you’re dealing with right in this moment, but there’s a generalized and amorphous something’s-not-quite-right kind of feeling… then this is for you.
What if life just kind of passes by? What if I don’t feel like I’m accomplishing anything? What if I end up regretting these decisions I make in 5, 10, 20 years?
The brilliant Paul Simon put these feelings into his beautiful song "Slip Slidin’ Away," and I made a 432 hz version. 🎶 🎸
The lyrics to the song may feel pessimistic, but when I was singing it, I felt a warm connection to it, like yes, we have regrets, make mistakes and twists and turns in life, but what if we could, at any point, turn it all around?
What if, instead of giving into my worry, I can do something about it? And isn’t that what life is about anyway… learning from mistakes and making it better?
Let me know if you can hear the hopefulness in my voice and playing when I sing these words.
Let’s release the feeling of worry together… sing along and replace that anxious feeling with "Everything is alright."
Watch the video for Slip Slidin’ Away: