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.