Meditation and Harp Music as Self-love for Your Body

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About ten years ago, I was introduced to the concept of therapeutic harp music and harp therapy.  I bought a lever harp, practiced playing the harp, participated in many harp therapy courses, and read many books on the subject of using music to produce relaxation for the mind and body.  I played a harp for people, at the bedside in various medical settings.  I recorded my renditions of what therapeutic harp music meant to me.  My music had a slow tempo and lots of harmony.   I called this music  “Harmonyharp” and registered the word  “Harmonyharp” as my trademark in 2014.  I created the name by combining the words harmony and harp, which represent the harmonic notes created by my harp.  Harp music has a relaxing effect on me; however, I recognize that harp music cannot cure or heal a serious medical condition.

I personally use Harmonyharp®️music for relaxation and meditation, when I wake up in the morning, when I have anxiety during the day,  to help me to fall asleep at night, or if I wake up during the night.  I listen to Harmonyharp®️ music while tapping (EFT), listening to my breathing, and verbally giving thanks for my blessings —to quote an old hymn written by Johnson Oatman,  Jr. (1856-1926)— “count your blessings and name them one by one”.

My favorite Harmonyharp®️ recording is called “Positive Mental Chatter”,  which contains harp music and positive affirmations.  Sometimes I repeat this recording continuously at night to help me to go back to sleep, when I awaken during the night.  Each night is different and the results are different but always positive.

I invite anyone with negative mental chatter cluttering their minds, to administer self-love to their mind and body by relaxing and meditating with Harmonyharp®️ therapeutic harp music in the background.  All of  my recordings of Harmonyharp®️ therapeutic harp music are available on iTunes and other global digital music and streaming sites by clicking on the image below.


“Think on These Things”

Philippians 4:8 states in part  “… whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”  KJV

Do you constantly feel like you are not good enough?

Are you tired of feeding your mind with the latest bad news of the day?

Is your inner voice constantly criticizing your decisions?

Do you find it hard to fall asleep at night because the negative chatter in your mind will not let you relax?

Do you sometimes run out of money before your next pay check?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, I have a suggestion of a ritual, that you can start for the next 30 days, to fill your subconscious mind with positive thoughts.  To paraphrase the King James Version of Proverbs 23:7 “For as [a woman] thinketh in [her] heart, so is [she]…”  

I choose to fill my heart with positive thoughts by listening to “Positive Mental Chatter” on a daily basis, in order to manifest positive results in my life.

Positive Mental Chatter is a 49 minute recording of encouraging positive words and harp music with the goal of replacing negative mental thoughts that clutter the mind, with positive thoughts that bring happiness and peace.

For 30 consecutive days, I invite you to change your life by listening to a recording of Positive Mental Chatter:

  1. every morning upon awakening

  2. during every meal

  3. every night prior to going to sleep

  4. anytime you start to feel down

For more info, please click on the image below.

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Naneaster Hall