Silvia Nakkach is an Argentina-born Grammy-nominated composer, sound healer, author, and founding director of Vox Mundi School of the Voice.
Part One of an interview with musician and composer Silvia Nakkach. She discusses how sound and music can bring about healing and why this is applicable in end-of-life situations.
Science is beginning to prove what ancient cultures fully embraced: your voice can become one of the most powerful agents of transformation in every facet of your life.
The singing voice, through the media of breath and sound, supports the process of transforming energy patterns, creates measurable beneficial effects in the physical body, and influences consciousness more efficiently than any other form of sound.
A meditative soundscape based on the primordial "Om" mantra. Gentle voices chant "Om" in various arrangements. Ideal for meditation and yoga.
Part Two of an interview with musician and composer Silvia Nakkach. She discusses how sound and music can bring about healing and why this is applicable in end-of-life situations.
We talk with Silvia Nakkach, the preeminent authority on sound healing.
By Grammy® Nominated Artist Silvia Nakkach, Liminal conveys a sense of unbounded space, a state in between states, with original music not attached to any particular form. The album is a sound journey inspired by the impermanence of the life of clouds.
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