THANK YOU !!
to every one of you who sang on
October 12, DAY OF THE SONG.
People from many different countries sang
a SPONTANEOUS SONG,
creating a WAVE OF SOUND
whose intention was only that of LOVE.
Such a simple thing.
And yet something so powerful!
Please find below some of the responses that have come in from around the worldEnjoy!SOUTH AFRICA: "I sang with a group of educators, community members and pupils during a workshop at Kutlwanong school for the deaf. What an experience!" - cajun
"I was in Garankuwa with a group of workshop participants. In the morning I presented the idea to the group and said that regardless of who wanted to join in, I would be taking a few minutes at noon. We had a circle for spontaneous song so that people could experience it and decide if they wanted to, later..... When noon came around I had no other time to do anything - I was in the middle of something - and I just said; "It's noon. It's time to sing. Anyone who wants to join me, meet me in the shade outside." and I rushed out..... As it turned out, we could have stayed inside, because pretty much everyone followed me out. We put our arms around each others shoulders, as we do in the Open Heart Process, and sang. In the morning, for the 'practice' song, I had essentially ended up being the only one singing. With the song for Day of the Song people joined in and it was beautiful! " - Sue
CALIFORNIA, USA: "I could not STOP singing a song by Little Big Town called "little white church." But I seem to have a song of the day EVERY day that I cannot stop singing. I am so thankful for my ability to sing and hold a tune." - Zandria
"We were singing with the ancient souls of the Redwoods in California, what a great energy at this place!" - Frauke(Germany) and Morten (Norway)
AUSTRALIA "I visualised mother earth in my hands and it sucked the song straight through me. I was amazed at how loud I was. The energy was very powerful. Was lovely experience <3" - Evania
GERMANY: "Thxs <3 - when is the next date?" - Katharina
TENNESSEE, USA: "I was at home and sang in the backyard. it was like the whole forest and all of life opened up. feeling blessed and grateful for this time to participate with all! Love this!" - Denise
"Didn't know if i could chant a whole hour without companions but it was very easy. Here at Refuge, once site of a Cherokee Peace Village. Europeans came in 1784 and built a fort on the hill above. Local lore says that their children massacred the native people here. So here in this place of Peace and War i pray for peace in my heart, opening and spreading to all the world...take it Central Time zone..." - Tom
SCOTLAND "Sing, Song, Sung, it was beautful to spend time with drum and sound in the chamber. There were 3 distinct songs and some beautiful silence. An opportunity to get in touch with the immense love for earth and life, gratitude for this beautiful experience, and freedom within the Higgs Boson of being carried. So thank you Jeanne and John. xxx (always in my heart)" - Ocean
NORTH CAROLINA, USA: "I sang and sang and Wow! It was incredible knowing others were also singing wherever they were....all over the world." - Janet
"5 of us were doing a singing workshop all day at Sacred Grove Retreat Center--right at noon we went into the dance arbor --ran around to stir up some energies in the arbor then met at the center pole --held hands in circle and sang our spontaneous song together!!" - Annie
"Of course I forgot... but, my hubby decided to start singing a club beat right about the same time... we were in the airport & it got some people smiling & giggling!" - Neese
NORWAY: "The Day of the Song has been wonderful, the sun was shining, the colors of autumn were beautiful when I was singing with the birds walking along the lake." - Laila
ISRAEL: "We joined the day of the song one day later 13.10.13. we were 12 people- 6 Israelis and 6 internationals. we walked around the Old City, holding the vision of a new unified world. at 12:30 we were on the porch overlooking the western wall and temple mount. very spontaneously we started singing heart tunes and dancing like a pulsating heart. this picture was taken on our way out of the Old City. you can see the Old way is walking away as the music and playfulness is here to stay." - Dvora