Blogtalk Friday – Producer Barry Goldstein – What Piece Of Music Is Your Vehicle To Joy?

Barry Goldstein, Grammy Award-Winning Producer

As a complement to yesterday’s blog about Solfeggio and sound, I’d like to share this exciting February 2011 interview done by Dr. Meg on the Awakening Zone with Barry Goldstein, Grammy Award-Winning Producer.  Barry has created sacred music for celebrities like Shirley Maclaine and shared the stage with the likes of New York Times Best-Selling Authors Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer.

Barry talks about the solfeggio tones and their history, and he explains how his music combines acoustical instruments to create frequencies that take the listener to different places.  He uses low, earthy and heavenly frequencies as you’ll hear during this interview

Barry says, “Words and music carry vibration.”  As an example, he uses the word “busy”.  Everyone is always asking us, “how are you today.”  We often answer, “busy.”  Barry says this word creates blocks in our relationships and won’t allow others in when we use this word.  Try replacing the word “busy” and say, “I’m really excited and passionate about my day today.”  This opens the block and harmonizes a greater connection to our relationships.

Take a journey with BarryCLICK HERE to listen to today’s show or click the blogtalk link at the top of the page.  Spend today experiencing something different in your out-of-the-box approach to well-being.  And don’t forget to check out Dr. Meg at http://www.spiritlite.com.

See you right back here on Monday from the beautiful sacred site of Stonehenge.  Ciao!

(This author shall not be held liable for any loss or other damages, including but not limited to incidental, consequential, or other damages. This author makes no claims for any medical benefits of this program. The advice of a competent medical professional should always be sought in the case of health matters.  Copyright in this document belongs to this author.)

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