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It’s been said that music has charms to tame the savage beast. Well, as one cancer patient said to our host Cathy DeWitt, it also can calm ”the savage disease.” Join Cathy and her guests as they share meaningful moments when music has helped them through times of crisis, upheaval, and transformation. Meet professionals who have seen the powerful effect of music as a therapeutic interventionin health care settings, schools, and memory care facilities. Hear the amazing stories from caregivers, patients, and students who have experienced these musical transformations.

Joining Cathy will be many musicians who are part of the Positive Music movement, and they will describe their own personal experiences with music, and how it helped them in their lives. You will also be immersed in these musical moments through live and recorded performances on the show. Write in and tell us about your own meaningful music—we may share your healing journey on the air!

This program sponsored by The Traveler: New Music to the Words of James Dillet Freeman. Join the conversation at The Traveler Blog!

The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

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It’s been said that music has charms to tame the savage beast. Well, as one cancer patient said to our host Cathy DeWitt, it also can calm ”the savage disease.” Join Cathy and her guests as they share meaningful moments when music has helped them through times of crisis, upheaval, and transformation. Meet professionals who have seen the powerful effect of music as a therapeutic interventionin health care settings, schools, and memory care facilities. Hear the amazing stories from caregivers, patients, and students who have experienced these musical transformations.

Joining Cathy will be many musicians who are part of the Positive Music movement, and they will describe their own personal experiences with music, and how it helped them in their lives. You will also be immersed in these musical moments through live and recorded performances on the show. Write in and tell us about your own meaningful music—we may share your healing journey on the air!

This program sponsored by The Traveler: New Music to the Words of James Dillet Freeman. Join the conversation at The Traveler Blog!

The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

    Jonathan Goldman and Andi Goldman

    Jonathan Goldman and Andi Goldman

    Jonathan Goldman is one of the foremost pioneers in the Sound and Healing movement, with numerous awards, recordings, and books under his belt. He and his wife Andi Goldman teach workshops, seminars, and Healing Sound events throughout the world. They just returned from a sold-out sound seminar on Vancouver Island, and are preparing for the 19th Annual Healing Sounds Summer Intensive July 19–27 at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, Colorado. In addition, Andi will be leading a group to Glastonbury, United kingdom, September 7, 2014.
     
    Jonathan, a Grammy nominee, presented at the Institute of Noetic Sciences-Tucson in November 2013, and at the Royal College of Music in London in September 2013. World Sound Healing Day, founded by Jonathan, is in its 12th year with hundreds of thousands attending around the earth. You won't want to miss Cathy's in-person interview with this engaging couple on the next episode of Healing Journeys Through Music.
    Visit www.healingsounds.com for more information about their work.
     

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    Fun With Florida Folk

    Fun With Florida Folk

    Join Cathy as she takes you on a virtual trip to the 62nd annual Florida Folk Festival, where she recently performed with many other fine and fun Floridians. This festival, held on Memorial Day weekend at the Stephen Foster State Park along the banks of the beautiful Suwanee River, is the longest running folk festival in the country! You'll learn how these folks use music to support causes they care about, and hear behind-the-scenes stories of late-night campsite song circles. With Amy Carol Webb, Elaine Mahon, Grant Livingston, Kathy Zavada, Janet Rucker, and Patchwork.

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    The Amazing David Beede: Musician, Master Craftsman, Minstrel, Mentor

    The Amazing David Beede: Musician, Master Craftsman, Minstrel, Mentor

    I first met David Beede nearly 40 years ago—that is hard for us to believe! But during that time I have seen him do many things—and do all of them well. He has been a boat builder and a maker of bowed psalterys and one-of-a-kind dulcimers, including the Eede Beede. Visit www.davidbeede.com.

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    Lauren Lane's Amazing Healing Journey Through cAnswer

    Lauren Lane's Amazing Healing Journey Through cAnswer

    Lauren Lane Powell is one of the most amazing musical road warriors I know. In her Chevy Express Conversion van, the Magic Cloud, she travels from her home base in Indiana as far as either coast, sharing her music, her stories, and her harmonies of healing workshops with Unity churches and spiritual centers throughout the country—also selling musical instruments, singing bowls, and Goddess dresses.

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    Celebrating the Season for Nonviolence

    Celebrating the Season for Nonviolence

    In this episode, Cathy shares a little bit of the history of the Season for Nonviolence, now in its 17th year, as well as several songs that help to carry this message forward. You'll hear from award-winning musicians Karen Taylor-Good, Claudia Carawan, David Friedman, Anthony Burbridge, and the duo Devotion, among others.

    You'll also hear some great ideas for hosting events in your own community to raise awareness of this season—study groups, programs for schools, family discussions, community dinners, 64 Ways in 64 Days ... Find out more about this initiative, which lasts from January 30-April 4, at the Association for Global New Thought, http://www.agnt.org.

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    Musical Musings With Megha Morganfield

    Musical Musings With Megha Morganfield

    Enjoy the beautiful soothing sounds of Megha's harp and voice, as this award-winning composer takes a break from her journeys to Europe, Australia, and South Africa to be on our show. We'll discuss and demonstrate some of the healing and interactive aspects of music, and you'll even be invited to sing along!
     

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