“There’s more to hear than meets the ear.” This is a phrase coined by award winning new age recording artist and sound scientist, Steven Halpern. This one sentence is a very telling statement.
Although it is well-known that sound has an impact on our emotional state, there’s a much deeper dynamic involved when it comes to the interaction of sound with the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of our selves.
Can certain sounds affect our breathing, our eating habits or even our psychic capacity? Can sound be used in concert with color to heighten a transcendental state? Are there certain tones we can create to induce a more centered and relaxed condition?
Some of the answers you’ll hear may surprise you. Please join me now as we check in with Steven Halpern on these questions and a lot more, right here on Conscious Inquiry.
More about our guest:
Steven Halpernis an award-winning composer, recording artist and producer whose healing music has helped millions worldwide to experience the blessings and benefits of deep relaxation and inner peace.
CHAKRA SUITE, his debut release in 1975 helped establish a quiet revolution and a new genre in contemporary instrumental music. To date it has sold over 700,000 copies. His bestselling Deep Alpha Brainwave Entrainment CD was nominated for a Grammy for best New Age Album in 2013.
Based on his own spiritual and health-related experiences, Steven discovered secrets of combining ancient sound healing traditions with quantum biology and energy medicine to produce recordings that support relaxation, stress management, yoga, meditation, massage, sleep, accelerated learning and pure listening pleasure.
Halpern’s work has been covered in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as by CBS, ABC, NBC and the BBC. Steven has written hundreds of articles, as well as a syndicated monthly column for over 20 years.
Since 1975, Steven Halpern, Ph.D. has been a popular speaker at leading holistic health and complementary healing centers and conferences worldwide: He has presented workshops at Esalen, the Omega Institute, and Kripalu, and has spoken at the Sixth International Conference on Stress (Montreux), the National Music Therapy Association, the American Massage Therapy Association, The International Alliance for Accelerated Learning, The Whole Life Expo, and many others.
The music featured in this episode is courtesy of Steven Halpern and his Grammy nominated album Deep Alpha.