Peninsula Healers Circle – Healing with Bach Flower Music

By Josslyn Streett, Reiki Master/Teacher for Rain Shadow Reiki in Sequim, WA

Hello Reiki friends, thank you for being patient with me while I process the death of my father.  I have not written a blog for a while and the grieving/healing process is why.  Therefore, this blog which I meant to post much earlier is a bit late.  But, better late than never, so I present to you a very exciting sound healing opportunity, Bach Flower Remedy Music!! If this sounds exciting to you, please read on….

Music affects subtle energies, only called subtle because we don’t know how to measure them. These energies allow you to achieve goals and dreams – or not. These energies allow the spark of life to live in you, inspire you, and give you joy, so you can become an adventurous explorer, curious and in awe of the wonders of the universe. When you’re consciously in touch with life energy within yourself, you have control of the valve that connects you to Spirit, and whether or not you have accidentally turned it off or on.
— Al Harris

Al’s Bach Flower Remedy music can be purchased at Rain Shadow Reiki or at CDBaby

PENINSULA HEALERS CIRCLE  Hosts Musician/Healer, Al Harris for its August 2015 Speaker

We are so fortunate to have veteran musician Al Harris choose the Olympic Peninsula for his home and come to present for our healers group.

About Al Harris

Al Harris, Musician/Composer/Healer

Al Harris, Musician/Composer/Sound Healer

Having loved music from a young age, Al Harris “traded in” his law degree for a music career, and for 12 years wrote and arranged scores for radio, TV and film.
Sensing the healing power of music, he studied widely and deeply; and to better understand vibrations and frequencies, he studied alternative healing: herbology, sclerology, reflexology, acupressure, kinesiology, geotran, holodynamics, flower remedies, holographic re-patterning and tai chi. Subsequently, he composed and recorded the music for the Bach flower remedies.

Al Harris is a musician who, after encountering the Bach flower remedies, realized the value of using them with music to foster health and well-being:

Final and complete healing will come from the soul, form within

“Final and complete healing will come from within, from the soul itself.” Dr. Edward Bach

The Process of Composing

“Writing the 38 Bach Flower Music pieces was both interesting and grueling. Over a period of a year, I experienced each emotion so I could find the particular music that would heal it….

  • An emotion would surface to show me which remedy to work on next.
  • I read Dr. Bach’s writings, to tap into his healing intent.
  • I found the frequency of the flower remedy I needed, using kinesiology.
  • I played the frequency to myself for a week, to tune into the remedy.
  • I wrote the music based on what the remedy “told” me.

The 38 pieces of music were written with the following flavors – blues, bluegrass, Brazilian, classical, country, East Indian, “forties,” Irish, Jamaican, Japanese, and jazz. As I “lived” with each remedy, it suggested a particular style.”  Al Harris

The Benefits of Listening to the Music

There are three main things you can do with Bach Flower Music:

  • Balance your emotions when you’re stressed or anxious.
  • Tap into your inner knowledge to create what you want.
  • Increase your prosperity

OUR PHC BACH FLOWER SESSION WITH AL

At our teaching session with Al, he told us that people who have worked with his Bach Flower CD have told him it works as good or even better than the remedies themselves.  And the Bach Flower music can be used in conjunction with the remedies or by itself.

This is a good chart for seeing which flower essence to be applied to which emotional situation.  But Al taught us that we cannot always take them so literally, sometimes we need a different remedy.  This is where our own intuition or muscle testing can help us to determine what we truly need.

This is a good chart for seeing which flower essence to be applied to which emotional situation. But Al taught us that we cannot always take them so literally, sometimes we need a different remedy. This is where our own intuition or muscle testing can help us to determine what we truly need.  Click on it to make the chart larger.

For our class he played the music while we practiced some automatic writing.  He’d play one of the choices three times based and we’d write about how we felt with this music.  Then he would tell us what emotion we had been listening to.  It was very interesting and sometimes emotional.  Then he let people pick some of the remedies they were interested in hearing and listened to them.  Then we focused on individuals who wanted healing for a certain situation.  Al used kinesiology to determine which music they needed and while playing it we all practiced automatic writing about their situation and then shared with them our insights.  It was enlightening for us as well as the person who asked for the healing information.

We had a lot of fun and got a really good idea of how we could work with this music.  It helps if you know kinesiology and can test which music you need and how many times to play it, but if you trust your intuition you could do this too.  It is not background music that you put on and just let it play, each short 3 to 4 minute composition is a healing tool.  Based on what you need, that is what you play.  The muscle testing helps you to know which composition and how many times to listen to it and for how many days.

Al’s Bach Flower Remedy music can be purchased at Rain Shadow Reiki or at CDBaby

Some information for this blog was taken from The Flower Society & Al’s website

 

2 responses to “Peninsula Healers Circle – Healing with Bach Flower Music

  1. Amazing! I’ve been a fan of Bach Remedies for years now, but never heard of the music. This sounds fascinating!!!

    • Thanks Heather for reading and commenting. It was fascinating. To hear and see the outcome of how much work he put into this project is amazing. The music is beautiful and professional and so well done, we were all quite in awe of Al’s work. Grateful for you being with me in this way, Blessings, Josslyn

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