June  2007

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   A Note From "The Chantdoc"

June promises to be a busy, busy month!  I'll be doing a free toning and chanting class every Saturday afternoon for those who live in the Louisville, KY area in preparation for the National Speakers Association convention in San Diego, where I have been asked to teach the technique of vocal toning for an assembled crowd of 2000+. 
   Thoughts of My Father on Father's Day
I loved my Father dearly. I'm sure I was a classic "Daddy's Girl" because growing up, I wanted to be just like Daddy. My father loved music and was always extremely proud of my musical ability. He often would lie on the couch on Sunday afternoons and listen to me play the piano for hours on end. He used to say that the could "just float right up to Heaven" listening to me play the piano.


On this Father's Day I'd like to offer you a very special opportunity to get your father, grandfather, husband or brother a great package of healing music and healing music products. These are downloads that require no musical background or knowledge of music. Just put them on or download them, lean back and enjoy!

Father's Day Special


   Healing Music Focus: Music for Surgery

It seems that the logical focus this month would be lullabies.  For thousands of years women have sung to their infants and lulled them to sleep.  The fact is, it is probably equally pleasurable to mother and child.  When I go out to speak around the country and around the planet I always love to hear the stories that audiences tell about the lullabies their mothers sang to them and the wonderful, positive effect it had on their lives.  Not surprisingly the concept of mother's singing to their unborn children has been studied and researched extensively.  The research documents the powerful bonding that takes place between mother and child when the mother sings from about the second trimester of pregnancy on through childhood.  MY youngest daughter, up til age twelve or so would ask be to sit beside her bed and sing to her.  I have wonderful memories of my father singing with my sister and me at bedtime, sometimes the songs he had learned in the Army.  We thought it was great fun, if not particularly sleep-inducing.

Lullabies, nursery rhymes and songs in children create powerfully good memories in children and adults and make as good an heirloom as any piece of jewelry or furniture.  They don't have to be insured and never need polishing or cleaning!  Singing lullabies and other songs is a wonderful inter-generational activity.  Children are hungry just to have the undivided attention of an adult.  So sing to your baby, sing with your children and grandchildren!  It's free and creates vibrations of healing love. 

   About Alice Cash
For close to two decades, Dr. Alice Cash has devoted her professional life to the promotion of music for healing and wellness. She is a clinical musicologist who speaks to physicians, nurses, psychotherapists and medical personnel. Her keynote presentations are sought after by business executives, clergy, public service agencies, colleges and Universities. 

Dr. Cash brings the unique qualifications of a concert pianist, a college professor, a medical researcher and hospital therapist. Learn how to introduce healing music in your life.


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