Karelia

Music of the Spheres Emergent

No, a symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything – Jean Sibelius

Some years ago I was floating far above Earth and suddenly heard the gentle rumble of a contrabass. When the sun came into view, a cello joined in, their combined low tones pleasantly pulsating deep within. The moon then added substance with her viola, and the trinity of instruments put forth a sound of raw beauty I felt in the very core of my being.

As I watched a Sprite rearranging rocks in a river bed, the contrabass became clearer, its hum reminiscent of tender purrs, like a deep voice speaking of Love. The cello sounded more precisely tuned, and soon the viola voiced its approval. Only this time, it didn’t stop there. A violin entered with the sweetest enunciation, and flawless resonance of the French horn completed this orchestra, performing the first true symphony I had ever heard.

Over time, the Celestial orchestra grew in size and began to play more often. Mercury and Saturn both joined as first violins, knowing competition would be futile. Venus danced into one performance with the piano only to stay. Neptune wandered in with the resounding tones of the harp, playing arpeggios from low to high to low in a playful conversation with Venus, and finally, the Seven Sisters joined with their heavenly choir, met by Andromeda’s deeper rumble in a sea of baritones.

The Music has stayed with me ever since, sometimes offering symphonies, other times concertos, even the occasional requiem, often quietly in the background, but always present.

When in healing mode, it is the Music that lets me know through different nuances on what or whom to direct the healing energies and how long for. Once the harmonics are in impeccable resonance, the healing energy has been received.

5 thoughts on “Karelia

  • February 2, 2015 at 7:40 am
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    A stunningly beautiful resonant chord in this account of sublime revelation Claudia…
    As Natasha would say: ‘shimmer’.

    • February 2, 2015 at 4:33 pm
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      Thank you. The inspiration came only after I read your most beautiful words. ♥

  • March 22, 2015 at 11:09 am
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    Music is universal, and I was wondering as a musician why I was led to your site.
    I have been listening to a lot classical music lately and never knowing why.
    Yours is a fascinating story…we are at “the bridge”…next “a half step up”!
    Please contact.

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