A group practice via email offered by Society for the Enhancement of Quality of Life (SEQL)
You are invited to join a group of cooperative learners in a practice designed to increase awareness, sensitivity and knowledge of the qualities and functions of the energies which impact humanity so that we can live more deliberately and more effectively.
Anyone willing to commit to following the course process is eligible to enroll. There is no other pre-requisite and there is no course fee. When we have an interested group of five or more, the course will begin.
It is well established scientifically and widely understood that everything in the world is energy in action. Whether an animal, a plant, a piece of granite, a human being or the air that we breathe, all is energy vibrating at different frequencies and having different effects. Music is one such energy. If we can come to know these energies and become sensitive to their effects on how we and the world around us works, we will be able to create our lives more consciously, with more precision and with a fuller expression of the love of soul in service to others.
The learning is based on assigned daily listening to a program of music (allowing us to tune to different frequencies) and meditation. You will keep notes on your experience to share with the others in your group. There are also a few short reading assignments to give some basic background information.
Read the comments of some Sounds Like Soul group members below.
Program Process: Once a month, Sounds Like Soul group members receive, by email, a schedule of daily music listening and meditation, with specific suggestions or instructions that all participants follow. At the end of each day’s session, participants make a note of their experience. At the end of each week, they distribute by email, to their group, a report of their daily experiences and a summary of their learning for the week.
When you register for the course, we will arrange for you to get the music to download onto your computer.
The time commitment is about half an hour a day – about 15 to 20 minutes of listening and meditation, then a few minutes to write notes – plus a few minutes at week’s beginning to create a music playlist and at week’s end to send your notes by email to your practice group. The exchange of experiences among participants is a valuable part of the learning, so any missed assignment impacts the others. An occasional missed day will not seriously interfere with the process.
If you have any questions, or to register to become a part of a Sounds Like Soul group, please contact Dacia Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org
When we have five people who are interested in forming a group, we will begin.
This is one of several email correspondance courses offered by SEQL.
Comments from Sounds Like Soul participants:
~ I am so glad I made time to do Sounds Like Soul this year. The music assignments helped me to finally begin to meditate every day. My quality of life has notched up significantly for having spent a relatively short time each day – more moments of love and compassion and a sense of loving connection with the rest of humanity.
~ In the Sounds Like Soul course, ‘expect the unexpected’. I’m more open to experiences both in meditation and in my life. I believe it was the daily sitting in meditation that allowed me to release some of that ‘need to know’.
~ With new ways of experiencing and being, a new world began to open up for me. Now Sounds Like Soul is what I do on a daily basis. I have integrated the practices into my day and cannot imagine any more what my days would look like without this connection to my SELF and Group.