20 min

How Music Feeds the Spirit and Soul — With Atieno Mboya Moments of Meaning

    • Spirituality

Music, the Baha'i teachings assert, is “the food of the soul and the spirit.” In this episode, we explore that spiritual concept with Atieno Mboya, the African Baha'i attorney and legal scholar.
Atieno grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, has lived all over the world, and is an academic in the field of international and environmental law. As a Baha'i and a mother, she practices a rigorous professional discipline and raises her children conscientiously – and one of the things she loves, music, helps her do both. She first learned to sing the songs of the spirit as an elementary school student in a Catholic school, and has continued to express her joy with music in her journey as a Baha'i.
Resources:
Moments of Meaning is presented by Sean Hinton, mixed by Jamey Heath, and produced by the team at BahaiTeachings.org.
Music:
Cello by Elika Mahony from the song The Hallowed Beauty.Yang Qin by Jin R from the album Meditations Of The Spirit.

Music, the Baha'i teachings assert, is “the food of the soul and the spirit.” In this episode, we explore that spiritual concept with Atieno Mboya, the African Baha'i attorney and legal scholar.
Atieno grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, has lived all over the world, and is an academic in the field of international and environmental law. As a Baha'i and a mother, she practices a rigorous professional discipline and raises her children conscientiously – and one of the things she loves, music, helps her do both. She first learned to sing the songs of the spirit as an elementary school student in a Catholic school, and has continued to express her joy with music in her journey as a Baha'i.
Resources:
Moments of Meaning is presented by Sean Hinton, mixed by Jamey Heath, and produced by the team at BahaiTeachings.org.
Music:
Cello by Elika Mahony from the song The Hallowed Beauty.Yang Qin by Jin R from the album Meditations Of The Spirit.

20 min