17: conversation with gina breedlove — on healing through sound

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IN THIS FILE: The Lion King; Sophisticated Ladies; Ani DiFranco; Harry Belafonte; Sekou Sundiata; Toshi Reagon; Fabien Maman; Masaru Emoto; how the practice of sound healing began for gina; sound as safe space; FolkSoul (former Brooklyn, NY salon); Women's Cancer Research Center, Oakland, CA; sound healing circles organized in every city to which gina travels to perform; Chiraq (Spike Lee film); helping people move grief through their bodies; the impact of sound waves on water; "harmonizing the cells"; Patsy's personal experience with sound healing; "The truth has a sound."; sick healers/deepening a personal practice of self-care; healing as an act of humility; allowing the energy to "go by"

Executive Producers: Mar Hobbs, Patsy Moore
Producer, Host: Patsy Moore

ABOUT gina BREEDLOVE: ginabreedlove.com




released May 30, 2016
"The Simulation Hypothesis", by Revolution Void, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. (bit.ly/1jmalQx)

Gina Breedlove/Vicki Randle
Copyright © 2013 folksoulbutterfly music

"You and Me (A New Beginning)", by Ars Sonor & XXIXI, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1oMv8B7)

"Nothing (Bonus Track)", by Kai Engel, is licensed under an Attribution 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1dicRGw)

"Heliograph", by Chris Zabriskie, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1dicRGw)

"Waterbeat", by DJ Lengua, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. (bit.ly/1jmalQx)

"The Healers"
Gina Breedlove
Copyright © 2013 folksoulbutterfly music



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"The Creation Files" (aka: stuff behind the making of stuff) is a bi-weekly, inspirational podcast for creatives, airing new episodes on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Hosted by Patsy Moore—music composer, recording artist, filmmaker, poet, essayist, spiritual counselor, and speaker. Her book, Things I've Come to Realize in the Past Few Days (No. 1), was published in 2015. ... more

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