In Tune: Music as the Bridge to Mindfulness

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • In Tune: Music as the Bridge to Mindfulness
  • Richard Wolf
  • 23 August 2018
  • 1615195351

About the Author: Richard Wolf

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      In Tune: Music as the Bridge to Mindfulness
In our noisy world, music is the key to inner silence Richard Wolf first tried Zen meditation in his teens, but no matter in what posture or for how long he sat, transcendence proved stubbornly out of reach It was only years later that he found the bridge that could take him there music In Tune charts twelve bridges skills and sensibilities refined in musical practice that carry over to mindfulness and meditation, among them ConcentrationPostureHarmonySilenceThe Art of Deep ListeningTranscending the SelfThis inspirational guide offers a wealth of music based exercises to enhance daily meditation and creativity Plus, Wolf shares personal anecdotes of eminent musicians from Miles Davis to Dr Dre to illuminate points along the intersection of music and mindful living As you begin to move fluidly between these two transformative disciplines, you ll notice the focus, composure, and peacefulness that comes from practice as well as the joys of tuning in to the music all around you, and to the symphony that plays silently from within. New Read In Tune: Music as the Bridge to Mindfulness author Richard Wolf For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ In Tune: Music as the Bridge to Mindfulness

  1. Amy says:

    Not really what I was expecting I thought it would belike here s how to use actual music to meditate or whatever but it was really like you know how you have to practice your musical instrument a lot to be good at it Same with meditating Here s a Miles Davis quote.

  2. Gedalia Penner says:

    Wonderful Many of the practices within worked for me, make for wonderful meditative experiences.

  3. Benny B says:

    I was deeply moved by this book Wolf s writing makes it easy for everyone to understand something we often write off as too complicated Mindfulness and meditation can be intimidating or tricky, but this book made it accessible and easy It motivated me to meditateeven when it was difficult It s filled with meditation techniques and tips I think it would be great for anyone curious about getting into mindfulness, and any level of musical background can be helpful I think the book i I was deeply moved by this book Wolf s writing makes it easy for everyone to understand something we often write off as too complicated Mindfulness and meditation can be intimidating or tricky, but this book made it accessible and easy It motivated me to meditateeven when it was difficult It s filled with meditation techniques and tips I think it would be great for anyone curious about gettin...

  4. Joel Schwartz says:

    This book is a great read for anyone interested in music, mindfulness, meditation, or all three It s an honest, unvarnished account of a prominent musician s struggles with mindful meditation, how he came to succeed in the practice, and why that success was important The book is full of timely tips to help jump start or improve your own pra...

  5. Sharon Capek says:

    This is not the kind of book you necessarily read from cover to cover in several sittings At the end of every chapter there are instructions for meditative mindfulness techniques as this is at heart a guide book and I found that I would rather stay practicing a method for days if it was working before moving on Aside from what the author calls a repertoire of techniques there s a lot of interesting information so for a relatively small book it took a while to get through but it was worth This is not the kind of book you necessarily read from cover to cover in several sittings At the end of every chapter th...

  6. Amram Shapiro says:

    Some books make unforgettable connections Music is a mystery, first an internal throbbing which is translated into notations, perhaps, then instruments and song Mindfulness and meditation are mysteries of similar order, first internally sought in mind chatter and silence, and then actualized This book by a decorated musician notes the relationship between music and mindfulness It provides a bridge to meditation by imitation of music mastery.If you wish to meditate this book will help you as Some books make unforgettable connections Music is a mystery, first an internal throbbing which is translated into notations, perhaps, then instruments and song Mindfulness and meditation are mysteries of similar order, first internally sought in mind chatter and silence, and then actualized This book by a decorated musician notes the relationship between music and mindfulness It provides a bridge to meditation by imitation of music mastery.If you wish to meditate this book will help you as it did me If you are a musician, all the better The similarities of sound and silence mean allow you to follow the simile to actual p...

  7. Heidi Winthrop says:

    I was expecting to learn how to meditate by listening to music when I bought this book But theI got into it theI realized that the author has a lotknowledge and wisdom to offer than simple tips on how to listen to music mindfully Wha...

  8. Ginger Hudock says:

    In Tune is written by a professional musician who is an award winning commercial music composer and producer He also is a lifelong meditator and mindfulness practitioner I have a degree in voice performance and have continued to sing as well as teach voice and direct choirs, although not as my primary profession, so I was very familiar with the musical examples used throughout this book The book is a good introduction to mindfulness for me, or anyone with a musical background It gives compar In Tune is written by a professional musician who is an award winning commercial music composer and producer He also is a lifelong meditator and mindfulness practitioner I have a degree in voice performance and have continued to sing as well as teach voice and direct choirs, although not as my primary profession, so I was very familiar with the musical examples used throughout thi...

  9. Joshua Greer says:

    Mehis the best way I can think of to describe it Not terrible, not revolutionary, it was justmeh.

  10. Michael Powell says:

    Repititious