Sunday , August 14 2022

The Arts

Sound Healing, Politics, and Subtle Activism

By Steven Halpern As we approach the end of this disappointing presidential campaign, it’s more frustrating than ever to see how alternative perspectives and proposals are ignored by the mass media. What other scandal may pop up at the last minute to change the trajectory? Will “Saturday Night Live” continue …

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Next-Gen Brain Balancing Music™ Series Now Available

By Steven Halpern File under lemonade: a positive manifestation is that I was inspired to speed up completion of several albums I had begun over a year ago, and which are highly relevant to my situation…and possibly yours. One of the advantages of being an artist-run label is that I …

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Pyramids, Politics, and Sound Healing

By Steven Halpern   My last column was written as I flew off to Chicago to be a presenter at the first Global Pyramid Conference. I've been fascinated by the Great Pyramid ever since I read Edgar Cayce's channeled information about ancient Egypt. In 1980, I was part of the …

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Notes on Prince, Pain, and Sleep Deprivation

By Steven Halpern Writing this column on May 8, the news of Prince’s death is still stunning and painful. During a moment of silence at the ZMR Music Awards on Saturday night, you could feel the wave of emotion in the room. It still feels like it happened yesterday.   …

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Mindfulness and Music: Fact-Checking the Field

By Steven Halpern   With the presidential primary in full swing now, I find the Fact Checking websites and program segments some of the most valuable.    Over the years, I’ve provided quite a bit of truth telling with respect to the sound healing and New Age music field.   …

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Flashbacks, Road Warriors, And R.I.P. The “Fifth Beatle”

By Steven Halpern I’ve been on the road more in the past three weeks than in the past six months, and I’m tired.  I presented a standing room only workshop at the Conscious Life Expo in LA, and barely had time to eat during the entire weekend. There was always a …

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Musicians in Transition and Meditating on Mortality

By Steven Halpern In the past two months, we’ve lost several superstar musicians, David Bowie and Glenn Frey chief among them.   Through their music and creativity, they affected millions of people the world over. That’s certainly a main reason so many of us felt their loss so intensely. We’ve …

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STARTING THE YEAR OFF ON A GOOD NOTE! Affirmations vs. Resolutions, Audible vs. Subliminal?

By Steven Halpern Long before 'intention' became a popular meme, I had learned about, and validated in my own life, the power of positive affirmations. Like many who grew up in the 1960s, I was not aware that I had been 'using' affirmations for years already.  The problem was, however, …

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Looking Back, Looking Forward, Being Present

By Steven Halpern First and foremost, I extend my sincere wishes for a healthy, happy, and harmonious holiday season. I thank you for being part of my extended family. Amidst all the usual holiday joys and stresses, while other parts of the world are in the middle of open warfare, …

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Music, Magic, and Goosebumps at the CMA’s with Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton

Column: Sound Matters by Steven Halpern Something truly amazing, awesome, and uplifting occurred during the CMA (Country Music Awards) on November 4th. If you watched the broadcast, you know what I’m talking about. If you didn’t, you’ll want to check out the video on YouTube. Even if you saw it …

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