Sonic Valentine

World Sound Healing Day is February 14




Jonathan and Andi Goldman will lead a five-minute worldwide toning for planetary peace and harmony on February 14 at noon, Eastern Time, when everyone is invited to meet up in the toning chamber at TempleOfSacredSound.org to join in a heartfelt, “Ah.” Those without Internet access are welcome to join in the compassionate chorus with their own heart sound at that time, or to create or join a local sounding event.

“We estimate that hundreds of thousands participate each year,” Jonathan says. They are encouraged that independent monitoring of the effects of collective consciousness on worldwide energy fields by Princeton’s Global Consciousness Project and HeartMath’s Global Coherence Initiative, while not conclusive, showed simultaneous upward spikes last year on Valentine’s Day.


For details, visit WorldSoundHealingDay.org, listen live to a special radio program at HealthyLife.net beginning at 11 a.m. ET, Feb. 14, and find articles at HealingSounds.com/sounds.

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