Life, Love, Peace and Spirituality

This is about making the world an easier place to live in by sharing.
That is what “teaching music ” is all about: making people happy sharing your knowledge and love for music.

Students Who Follow Their Teacher’s Practice Directions Always Have More Fun with Guitar

Students Who Follow Their Teacher’s Practice Directions Always Have More Fun with Guitar. Remember the student I talked about in last week’s blog The Art of Following Directions for Success? Well… here’s another thing that student said: “The most fun thing I did was learn the Pink Foyd song” My response: I agree… The way
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The 5 Greatest Albums of All Time

The 5 Greatest Albums of All Time Of course, such a list is completely subjective. This list will be different for everyone, based on personal taste, musical interests, upbringing, environment, and tons of other factors. On the other hand, it’s interesting to see on many forums, Quora and music sites, that there are certain albums
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Music Therapy As A Way To Process Trauma

Music Therapy As A Way To Process Trauma I’ve always been very interested in the healing properties of music. It’s interesting to study how music is used in therapy to help or heal people who deal with psychological stuff. Following is a fun read a friend forwarded me, talking about how music can help people
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The Links Between Music, Identity, Evolution and Character

Music As A Record of Human History. I’ve been reading some interesting or inspiring blogs in past weeks that I though worth sharing. So this week, rather than writing a blog about the links between music and our identity, evolution, history and character, I found a number of blogs that all separately discuss facets of
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Stevie Wonder, John Coltrane’s Music Math, and Earthquakes

Stevie Wonder, John Coltrane’s Music Math, and Earthquakes Following is an inspiring read about a period in Stevie’s life, when he was unbelievably prolific. Stevie Wonder Recorded 200 Songs in 2.5 Years While Making “Songs In The Key of Life” A lot has been written about the genius of John Coltrane. Following interesting read discusses
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