On October 16, 2012, Tara L. Robinson opened the show with an inspirational explanation about the process of alchemy as it relates to personal transformation. She only scratched the surface of this important topic before it was time for the interview with artist Pic Michel to begin. The thoughts she shared with our listeners that day are below, as well as additional thoughts she didn’t have time to share.
The Art of Alchemy
The art of alchemy has historically been shrouded in mystery.
Music moves me. These vibrations of sound, moving at
different speeds and harmonics, can make me feel like dancing, give me chills,
bring me to tears or relax me into a meditative state. I even used music to
give natural child birth. Jonathan Goldman’s “Dolphin Dreams” was the perfect
piece to bring the calm needed for both my child and myself. Music, being
sounds waves, moves the energy in and around me. Through music, my own
vibration is transformed.
Many have heard of the experiments done in 1973 by a woman
named Dorothy Retallack, who played different styles of music to plants
contained in chambers.
Deepak Chopra presents the concept of “living backward in
time” through a conversation with Merlin and young Arthur in his bookThe Way of the Wizard. Merlin explains
to Arthur that wizards live backward in time by allowing the future to create the
present. Instead of allowing fear and the burden of the past to influence their
choices, wizards use their visions of a realized future as a magnetic force to
pull them in the right direction. They live backward in time.
I love this idea because life has proven to work this way to