First There Was Sound – Healing through Ancient Music with Eliana Gilad

Eliana Gilad joins us from Jerusalem especially for Christmas week to share with us the power and history of sound.  Eliana is a motivational speaker, teacher, composer, performer and founder of Voices of Eden Ancient Healing and Transformational Music. She is dedicated to her life’s work to revive the conscious use of voice and rhythm as natural healing instruments.  Eliana is a frequent keynote presenter, teacher and performer at healing music, medical, and peace conferences throughout the world including the UN, The Chopra Center, and TEDx.  She is also author to Rhythms of the Natural Voice – Sound Healing with Hebrew Meditation Workbook and Quiet in the Eye of the Storm:  Living Peace in a War Zone

Eliana Gilad
Eliana Gilad

Sound is the essence of all matter and the spark of all creation.  It emerges from a place of silence and exists without cognitive thought.  Sound is our essence and our soul.  This is why, when we are disempowered, it is said we have “lost our voice.”  Our voice, our sound is the expression of our soul.  This is also why there is such a fear of public speaking, for when we speak we vulnerably express our soul, our being to others. 

Listen below to learn more about sound and how its role in ancient times is reemerging.  Learn how sound created through friction and conflict mirrors our own life and transformation and encourages us to embrace conflict in order to find harmony and peace.  Experience for yourself the power of sound coming out of silence as Eliana plays a piece for empowerment.  Be empowered to look inside yourself for answers instead of the quick fix promises of outside forces. 

You can hear more of Eliana’s music on YouTube or download it from her own site, and you can also learn about her upcoming book, Miram’s Secret.

Be sure to share your thoughts and reactions to our discussion and this ancient healing music.

 

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