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AMA Can the power of music heal our world?

Mike Puskas
Feb 9, 2018

Working energetically as a composer and musician for the past 4 years outside of my 36 year career in the business has proven to me in the physical that we musicians now have a responsibility to step up with valor and speak our truth through the music we create. This allows the habitual mind to alter the perception of what it transmits to its audience by allowing our intention to unify one's energy field to amplify the ripples that create the conscious sound waves of tomorrow. Everyone has the internal ability as a divine being blessed with the same capabilities as the creator to consciously co-create with its audience a field of energy and a higher vibration in flow with the planet. This grounds our intention in the NOW to help transcend the limitations and boundaries of our mortal existence in this 3D conscious reality. Can this alone bring humanity to a point of critical mass where it's transcendence can both accelerate and expand our species on Mother earth?

Healing through Music

Purity of Heart

Transference 432Hz

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What sort of artists do you work with, is there a genre you prefer?

Feb 12, 4:53AM EST0

I want to thank everyone for their powerful and probing questions. The thread of this conversation has certainly inspired me to dig deep and given me a great deal of hope that things will certainly turn around and get better in the future. Sending love and abundance to all....Mike

Feb 11, 6:04PM EST0

What are the most common mistakes young musicians make?

Feb 11, 3:57PM EST0

They try to mimic their heroes rather than develop a personalized and unique style of their own. They are also brainwashed by the media into thinking and acting in a certain way to gain the attention of industry peers that have totally lost sight of the bigger picture and why music is embedded in our culture as an evolutionary code and template for the transformation of the planet.

Feb 12, 3:48AM EST0

Should music be taken more seriously as a topic in school? Why?

Feb 11, 7:16AM EST0

Absolutely and the reason is very straight forward and simple. The current education platform no longer works or serves the minds of the new generation who are being born into a new landscape without distortion.  Music is the ultimate language that breaks down all barriers, color, creed, religion. cultural boundary's and allows children to express the inherent truth through their hearts. The more true connection the child can express the higher the vibration and the frequency of connection with the higher self come into the focussed consciousness of the education platform for the greater good of all.

Feb 12, 3:46AM EST0

What is a frequency composer and how is that different from a normal composer?

Feb 10, 1:43PM EST0

A normal composer consciously works in the chaos energy field of the 440Hz frequency wheras as a frequency composer will work within the 432Hz sound frequency which is the resonaqnt vibration of the human heart beat at birth. Its different in that it cfalms the alpha wves of the human mind, drawing the splintered fractals of consciousness together into a unity field and a state on bliss and beingness. This translates into a more alchemical experience that transecends artist and audience from one dimansion of conscious reality to a new one. In short it's friggin Awesome...and then some.

Feb 10, 10:58PM EST0

Where are you based? What's the music scene like in your locale?

Feb 10, 8:32AM EST0

I'm based in the energetic national park of the Watagan State Forest in a small community called Cooronbong and living next to the Shanti Mission, Abode of Peace Ashram has me very much within a powerful Kirtan based musical community. In 2018 the plan is to energetically present many new musical incarnations in the wider part of the state and perform in the global arena.

Feb 10, 10:49PM EST0

Do you believe music can heal? To what extent? Is there a scientific explanation to that?

Feb 10, 6:32AM EST0

I certainly do and I can speak from personal experience how the musical frequency's and the tonality of the delivery has changed and altered my physiology as well as expanded beyong the time bound reality my collective conscious co-creation wiht the universe. Everyhting is clearly explained in the link below which relates directly to the energising and activation of the cosmic channel and the flow of energy through the Chakra system.

Healing Music

Feb 10, 10:47PM EST0

I ceratinly do and I can only speak from personal experience at the way the healing power of music has helped me to transcend my mortal boundary and alter my physiology and cellular level. This has consciously generated a shift outside of the time bound reality and into a connectivity and partnership between the infinite offspring and the infinite being to become one wiht my higher self and assist me to rewrite my future. Eberything you need to know is presented at the link below.

Music Healing

Feb 10, 10:58PM EST0

You will be teaching a workshop soon.  Can you tell us about it, what is its purpose and what do you hope to accomplish by teaching it?

Feb 10, 12:48AM EST0

To offer the tools of empowerment to transcend and solidify the energetic partnership with one's higher self by externalising the internal and aligning the proper behaviors to transmute all that no longer serves us. I hope to bring peoples conscious evolution to a point ofr critical mass where everyone can understand that the body isn't them and that they have the ability to rewrite their future by living light of heart and with gratitude in every moment of experience that plays out in one's existence.

Feb 10, 10:44PM EST0

Have you always been a musician? If not, what were you doing before you became involved in music as a career?

Feb 9, 8:05PM EST0

I think even in previous Holographic incarnations (past life experiences) I have always been involved or part of some musical incarnation. In fact according to some inner planes readings I was a Muse in Egyptian, Mayan and American Indian cycles. I started in music at the tender age of 16 and before that I was just another kid on the playground of life ...and lovin every minute of it. It would also be fair to say that while I was building my connection with music in my teens because of the passion I had for it that I was also at College and then University. So my first jobs during and outside of school was in sales and marketing. The amount of crazy things that I signed up to sell would blow your mind....lol My things have changed, where has all the transparency and connection gone?

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Feb 9, 11:36PM EST0

What is your favourite part about working in artist management and development

Feb 9, 7:32PM EST0

The close bond based in respect and admiration with my artists over time because that becomes the glue that solidify's the realtionship both on stage and reinforcing a collective vision of the future. If we are in tune wiht each others vibration and frequency then we can co-create wihtout ego, distraction and or interference from the mindless monkey chatter of the 3D. In some cases that becomes real love and that's when the magic can collaboratively generate a divine shift in future events that support the vision of the team.

Feb 9, 11:31PM EST0

Do you have a religion? Do your religious beliefs have any influence on how you feel about the healing powers of music?

Feb 9, 5:29PM EST0

I say the following with absolute humility and with no judgment in my heart. But religion is a self perpetuating deception created by man to keep us trapped in a prison consciousness because it is built on the 3D ego principles of guilt, shame and servitude. The founding principle is master and servant which keeps us playing the victim card with every move we make in our lives. Having said that my own archetypal achors lies within Hinduism and I particularly dig the vibe of Krishna and Saraswati as they both offer wisdom, leadership. connection, devotional practice, non judgment and that the paradigm of conscious reality is created by every thought, action and or event stream that we draw into our energy field and externalise through the personality. But the practice does not rule my every moment of my every day. It simple gives me the confidence to move forward with my life in the NOW knowing that I have a cool compadre next to me watching my back. If Jesus, Mohamed, Budha etc is your thing then your well within your sovereign right to follow your heart and just be in the "Beingness" of what truly floats your boat and keeps you grounded. Namaste

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Feb 9, 11:24PM EST0

What about artist development, what does that involve? Do you have a process you go through?

Feb 9, 4:58PM EST0

A great question and one that I hope sparks a depeer conversation. Development is a perception with an attached terminology that is accepted within the current socio economic landscape of our conditioned conscious reality...but yet it's so much more. That perception while being somewhat deceiving is also interpreted as vision for the future. Process is an application employed by th eindividual to help another realise their full potential. So anyone who says that in this day and age you can go out and do it all on your own has no clue about the divine connection created by co-creating and collaborating with other like minded individuals to realise and mnaifest a bigger picture. So to be egoic and all about self for the sake of transparency I will respond by saying. Process begins with unconditional belief in what it is you see in others and implement in an effort to assist them. This is the conscious foundation of Passion and the industry lacks it in leaps and bounds today. The hardest thing for a good manager, agent, A&R rep, producer etc to be is to be transparent because that's how we can be clearly honest with one another and honesty does not go hand in hand with an industry that is predominantly exploitative and manipulative by nature. Anything we do in this existence that we belive in is worth doing well and so taking the time to get to know the artist or band and their vision for their craft is key to building a bridge of trust so that every move that is made is a collective conscious process for the greater good of the project and it's devlopment in the current musical landscape.

Feb 9, 11:18PM EST0

Do you have any role models in the industry that you look up too? How have they influenced your work?

Feb 9, 4:22PM EST0

Yes of course. Some of the greatest producers became that way because they were given the gift of foresight to know when something truly unique came their way. THese include, Quincy Jones, Don Was, Daniel Lanois, Rick Rubin, Eddie Kramer, Harry Vanda and George Young, Berry Gordy, Brian Eno, Brian Wilson, Chris Thomas, Bob Ezrin, Dr Dre, Nile Rodgers and the list goes on. Each of the above have a unique ear and are able to see beyong the immediate 3D construct to see into a divine realm and then employ the tools to realise that vision into a powerful and influential conscious reality.

Feb 9, 11:09PM EST0

Have you been met with skepticism before when speaking about how music can heal? How do you deal with the skeptics?

Feb 9, 3:06PM EST0

Absolutely and the short answer is always to stick to your guns and remain in your sovereign power and define your boundaries so as not to generate offenses against others which in actual;ity within the Hologram we direct against ourselves.  Within the manipulation of the genetic template an embedded consciousness was inserted in the human sleeve and so there are sub conscious triggers that automatically generate a reactionary frequency whenever of belief structures or archetypal anchors are threatend in any way. The people who generate this skepticism aren't even aware in the conscious mind that they are throwing blocks and barriers up to ensure that the info received to the minds receptors never really sink in and soi it's all in one ear and out another. The key I found is to adopt the KISS principle and keep it simple and offer tools of insight based on personal experiences in the linear time bound reality to empower others and never offer solutions and or resolution to what has become an embedded code of basic operation in their personality.

Feb 9, 11:04PM EST0

How did you get involved in healing music?

Feb 9, 2:07PM EST0

Healing music came as  anatural course of my understanding of how frequency and sound birthed our world into existence. I realised that every woman, man and child had a particular frequency that their being resonated with and when that was drawn and anchored into a devotional practice the transformation of my physiology and the way that I viewed the world became apparent and clear and completely altered my state of consciousness. Kirtan music and its call and response allows us to enter into a co-creative and collective conscious space that is a beautiful union with the Divine and our true and higher selves. Every since that awakening I have been truly grateful for everything I have and no longer serve the ego which helps me to live light of heart.

Feb 9, 8:20PM EST1

What music do you listen to? Do you prefer to produce and work with that style too or you can work with any musician?

Feb 9, 12:35PM EST0

I classic old school and to be frank I don';t see much of the modern music even coming close so here's my top ten. Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Grateful Dead, Cream, Queen, Jefferson Airplane, Joni Mitchell, Muse. While I love working wiht classic psychedelic retro because of it's undulating and kaleidoscope nature I can work with pretty much anyone as long as their heart is in the right place. Right now I'm producing an album with a Latin American female artist from Mexico and working hard to get the diction of the words and intention to her story just right.

Feb 9, 8:16PM EST0

Prior to frequency composing, what kind of music did you compose?

Feb 9, 11:22AM EST0

I predominantly dealt with the high stress world of the pop world working wiht many teen artists that went on to forging their own careers which used to end up in most cases in a complete downward spiral. I also composed a lot of score and stand alone tracks for a lot of coming of age films and television. I have always had a propensity towards working wiht artists that have a unique and fresh edge. Developing modern interpretations of Kate Bush, Tori Amos, The Runaways and Siouxsie and the Banshees were particularly highlights in my 36 years working all facets of the business.

Feb 9, 8:13PM EST0

Do you play any musical instruments?

Feb 9, 6:40AM EST0

Yes I play all guitars, bass, keys, some drums and produce and arrange for a living. I love playing indigenous instruments from Sth America, Nth American Indian and Africa to name a few.

Feb 9, 7:35AM EST0

In your experience in artist management, have you dealt with any artists with difficult personalities i.e. divas? Any stories to share on that front?

Feb 9, 6:18AM EST0

Absolutely and most young females have an issue being truly original and would rather mimic a favorite artists style and delivery. Working with a lot of the Disney kids affored a great deal of juggling parental expectation with Diva style behaviors. Probably the greatest example of that was managing American Idol runner up to Clarkson, Nikki McKibbin for a few years while her TV personality pull was still quite strong. We worked on many shows like Celebrity Fear Factor, MTV Charm School. Celebrity Big Brother etc As for stories there really are far too many to present here.

Feb 9, 7:44AM EST0

What is your experience with working with record labels? What kind of work do you do exactly in that area?

Feb 9, 6:11AM EST0

Most labels I worked with or alongside was predominantly in an A&R capacity and so as a talent scout it was my gig to go to shows, source talent, have preliminary meetings to ascertain direction and agendas and then bring in senior staff to begin the negotiations and eventually sign the group to usually a one single and one album deal. If the single stiffed then the album option was never consummated. If the artist got into the album process then video and marketing budgets were put into place and rates of return negotiated with management to recoup from all facets of the artists exposure in the market place.

Feb 9, 7:44AM EST0

How old were you when your career in the music industry kicked off? Do you feel like you started too young or do you feel that in this industry, it is better to start younger than older?

Feb 9, 5:37AM EST0

I started at the age of 21 and I'm 54 now. Back then the landscape was different with more opportunities being available and so the returns more lucrative and more consistent. I think in today's market place you have to gain experience and so your aptitude for perseverance and tenacity to get things happening because your passionate about them is key to getting the attention or the ear of an established industry pro. So younger is better because your going to be able to make mistakes and not get all jaded and disheartened when things don't play out the way you expected them to. Being younger also ensures that your conditioning isn't that developed so your open to many more new things and approaches in the way you conduct yourself and work your carreer.

Feb 9, 7:49AM EST0

Do you play with a band? Who are the other members?

Feb 9, 5:04AM EST0

My main band was Transference which was a psychedelic Floydesque style outfit and featured a dynamic visual show and lots of guest vocalists both live and recording wise over the years. The other members were, Steven Harris (Keys and Vox), Loughlin Harrick (Drums and Vox) Russell Merchie (Bass), Ali Hughes, Georgia Harris (Vocals), Greg Delapaix worked as a main collaborator on the last 2 albums as a composer and arranger on Keyboards and Synthesizers.

Feb 9, 5:34AM EST0

What do you think about the current state of the healing music industry as a whole?

Feb 9, 4:51AM EST0

I htink it's growing more and more all the time especially in the Kirtan medium of call and response as it presents an energetic collective conscious space to share one's devotional practice in larger groups. Personally I think all musicians now have a responsibility to step up to the plate and deliver outside of the duality paradigm and be transparent and honest wiht their audience. I do like how there are a lot of new labels, publishers and TV networks dedicated to broadening the scope of spiritual music.

Feb 9, 5:37AM EST0

In your 36 years in the music industry, has a lot changed? What are some of the differences you see between 36 years ago and today?

Feb 9, 3:09AM EST0

Wow, thats a cracker of a question and once again as stated before in an early answer, how long is a piece of string? Fundamentally the biggest change is just how much money was avaialable to be made back then because a lot of the business was still teething as it prepared to enter the digital landscape and what that would mean to future sales. Back then I made a very decent living from working in the business...todays that's not even a close statement to make for most of us still active in the game today. Admitedly as there was no smart phone technology, internet, social media and the separation that most musicians feel today from the organisations that have been put in place to support them, th elandscape of creativity and output was much healthier. Today the industry is very much shrouded in a state of desperation as the term FREE has created a conditioned reality that ensures that most people do not energetically or consciously support the arts as a whole the way they once did. Whoever came up with the idea of give it to them FREE now in the hope that the action would generate a loyalty mentality for future releases and projects was seriously delusional and had no idea just how much damage the gesture would create which has literally sucked all validity out of the industry on a global scale.

Feb 9, 5:44AM EST0

What about TV and Film licencing, how did you get involved in that and how has the journey been so far?

Feb 8, 8:04PM EST0

The Licensing track is a fairly easy one once you've had some radio and or chart success. But if your a fledgling artist in the DIY music world it's near impossible. Why? because there is just too much poor music out there and the market place is over saturated with a low standard of cookie cutter quantized man made machine music which has no grounded intention, positive message or uplifting vibration. The key to my success was to be prolific as a writer, producer and arranger and to always be working on building stock. Once your stock covered all the genres and basic criteria for selection you ended up either selling or licensing catalogs of material to the likes of WB, Fox, Sony ATV, MTV/VH1 as well as a host of cable broadcasters and indie channels. The biggest advice I can give here is always look at the maximum output of each track to write and produce. Always have a radio vocal version, a TV track version with just BV's and no leads and of course a high res instrumental. The instrumental is th eeasiest one to place because more often than not it required no additional clearances on co-writers, samples etc. The journey is up and down like a yo yo and I must say that if I look at my royalty returns from five years ago vs today there has been at least a 60% drop if not more in returns.

Feb 8, 11:36PM EST0

Have you worked with a variety of record labels? Which one is your favourite?

Feb 8, 4:52PM EST0

Variety is indeed the spice of life and so YES I have worked wiht many indie and major labels over the years as well as my own indie labels, Astral Records and DEAD Famous Records which included the DFI Artist Development Program. Working closely with EMI UK and Roger Trust of Beggars Banquet were particularly highlights. Disney Radio and Records yielded some good relationships that are still ongoing today.

Feb 8, 11:29PM EST0

How did you first get involved in artist development and management?

Feb 8, 2:47PM EST0

Well back in 1982 after graduating college and already a working musician in a few fun time bands I was approached by another fledgling manager in Melbourne who was looking after a world music band, "Not Drowning Waving" and he asked me to co-manage the group and help source an indigenous touring grant from the Aust Council to take the group to New Guinea to co-create an album with local musicians. That album, became the ARIA award winning best new artist album anmd got the band signed to Mighty Boy Records. From there a reputation was established and many artists came our way under the banner P/M Music Management Australia. Our developing roster included, Eden, The Moffs, Crystal Set, Deadly Hume who all went on to both local and international release successes. From there I went directly into the management of many female teen pop artists who also graced the screens of American Idol, Popstars, XFactor and Aust Idol.

Feb 8, 11:26PM EST0

Are you involved in other spiritual practices such as meditation, Reiki, and so on?

Feb 8, 6:10AM EST0

Absolutely. Om Namo Shivaya and Om Sri Dhanvantre allow me to seal, stabilise and ground my intention fused in gratitude, unconditional love and valor without any depth of emotional attachment. Having defragged my Hologram and rebuilt it through a conscious alteration of my cellular memory I have begun to draw and aspect of my future self to come in and assist me in the NOW. By solidifying the father personality to take over the expression of my own personality allows me energetically to become a non reactionary frequency every day. So by releasing and trusting in that to take over and facilitate this cycle of my existence I become consciously connected to all things. I also spend time sitting in the void between the time bound reality and other dimensions of conscious space.

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Feb 8, 7:43AM EST1

Where is your favourite place to compose and when are you most inspired and creative?

Feb 7, 7:06PM EST0

Edith, I loved this question and it really resonated wiht my heart and higher self. The perfect place to compose is near or next to water...whether it be a river, a lake, the ocean or the smallest of creeks and ebbing and flowing in divine balance with all things. Consciousness is a river that flows without beginning or end and so as an inspirational stage it allows a fluidity to surface and become a part of each composition that comes into my mental focus. Right now I'm working with some Whale Codes that were recorded on the Spring Equinox under the alignment of the Pleaides and Orion Constellations. I'm probably most inspired to write and record at night or during new moon and full moon phases. When I do Puja here at The Ashram and receive the blessing I am always ready to grab the guitar or the Jembe and allow my heart to dance in the fire of pure existence and creation.

Feb 8, 7:36AM EST0

Apart from music, what are your other hobbies?

Feb 7, 5:15PM EST0

Well that's easy... I love my fishing so that means communing in the oneness and the beingness of nature as much as possible to help ground me and keep my life light and full of gratitude. I love cult movies and have an extensive collection. I prefer the company of a few close friends then out in the Babylon of the party scene. I think it's just a natural process of slowing down when we get older and realise that there are many things that we did that no longer serve a purpose in the NOW. I love animals and respect people for who they are and not what the airs and graces of the ego body force us to be. Many of us today are well and truly over that fact alone.

Feb 8, 7:32AM EST0

Have you had mentors before annd if yes, how have they impacted your music healing career?

Feb 7, 2:35PM EST0

Over 36 years in the business there have been many mentors but then again what is a mentor as a defined pereception and a convenient terminology to give it validity. Experience in all things generates wisdom and wisdom without agenda, prejudice or profit motive is a great way to learn new things effectively and draw what resonates with us into our operational space to play out in our lives. So certain individuals, let's coin the phrase Shamanic Healers, Metaphysical Practitioners, Regressive Hypnotherapists etc have all influenced the way we ultimately and collectively lead programmed lives in the 3D. My mentors have inspired the confidence to take risks, trust my higher self withour dependency on the ego program and stick to my guns to be the best that I can be.

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Feb 8, 7:28AM EST0

You mention on your website that certain frequencies affect certain chakras. Are there any particular chakras that are more susceptible to sound vibrations than other chakras?

Feb 7, 12:38PM EST0

Great question and the answer is a resounding and joyous YES. Most of the conflict that we experience through the focused consciousness is brought together in our belly. And so the Base and Navel Chakras as well as the Sacral Chakra are particularly open to the resonance of drequency. Science is currently proving through the practice of Bio Acoustics that each organ of the human space suit resonates in perfect harmony with a certain defined note from the chromatic scale. The Universe, Multiverse and all multi dimensional beings began as an Etheric template based in sound and the planet also resonates and was brought into existence through frequency and sound. So my friend....sound is the key to all living things whether formed or unformed. I can elaborate on that last statement if you like. Happy to go deeper as you seem to be quite passionate and interested.

Feb 8, 7:23AM EST0

You have mentioned that our 3D existence is an illusion. What do you think is beyond this facade of existence?

Feb 7, 12:09PM EST0

Farayola....what a great name I must say. Beyond the veil of this Holographic existence for the moment anyway is nothing more that recycling programs. There is no death and there is no transcendence beyond the time bound reality. There is only the self perpetuating deception of the genetic programming and the reward of inserting the personality into yet another human sleeve to play out another Holographic incarnation.

Feb 8, 7:18AM EST0

How do you promote your ideas and your music?

Feb 7, 8:43AM EST0

How long is a piece of string I answer humbly. While there are literally hundreds opf connector sites on the web there are around maybe a dozen quintessential sites that are worth attaching your music to. Most of these are the obvious choices avaialble but there are some hidden gems in their as well. One great way is to find short film makers from colleges and university's and offer them to use your music for free as long as they give you exposure and credit you accordingly.

Feb 8, 7:15AM EST0

I also thought that this link to the Bob Lefsetz letter would help you better to understand the current landscape.

The DIY World to promotion and marketing

Feb 8, 11:40PM EST0

When do you think humanity will reach it's critical mass and transcend, do you think that day is coming soon?

Feb 7, 5:50AM EST0

Nickie, I can honestly and confidently say that there are souls being born this very day with zero distortion and all their DNA strands in tact. The embedded programming that we have been subjected and locked into our cycle of existence isn't the same for the new kids on the block. In fact we will reach a point of conscious critical mass in 2080 when the prison walls will come down. Shanti Shanti

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Feb 7, 6:02AM EST0

From your experience of working with record labels and licensing, have you seen any unethical practices?

Feb 7, 4:55AM EST0

Valeriia, Its a very important question and I must be transparent and say all too often most deals in the game today are fuelled with a certain amount of ego manipulation and a need to gratify and compete in the game to be valid and accepted by the peer group. It was pretty rife and rather obvious when I was more active but I can say that today with so much desperation creeping in at every corner and level that it's really hard to find anyone working in the business that you can trust. I have many stories and personal experiences when dealing at the higest level of the teen pop world and perhaps if you want to share your email addy I can connnect with you more one on one and shed some light on the current predicament that plagues our industry.

Feb 7, 5:59AM EST0
What is a typical day in your life like, what is your usual routine?
Feb 7, 3:16AM EST0

Hi there. So I begin each day with reviewing my overnight client messages on Whatsapp which is usually audio. I then kick Spotify into gear to bring a healing frequency into my space and pick a suitable playlist. Today it was soul classics. Then I continue with my devotional practices under the shower with some powerful set intention and crystal healing energy grounded with Mantra. I set the intention in gratitude, humility and compassion for the day and then emerge to become cleansed, cleaned and clear of all opposing and negative forces to begin my day. I then review my emails and pick some more higher vibration frequency material from new compositions I'm working with to play out as background music while I prepare my breakfast and continue on with my day. Depending on what day of the week it is determines how the rest of my routine plays out. But most days its all about making conscious choices and pursuing energetic projects that help ground my planetary service for humanity. I usually receive some questionnaires from the website and then ascertain along with my team based in the US and the UK as well as India and my home of Australia whether or not the candidate is at an apropriate level of spiritual practice and awareness for inclusion in our workshop program "Building the 7th Sense" before responding with a decision. I usually get some artist or industry related emails and of late I have reopened a dialogue with the music licensing team at the Disney Group in LA as well as continued submissions to Songtradr and Music Supervisor. Later in the day I will leave the unit based in a sentient bush setting and do some shopping or head out to do some fishing or bush walking to commune with nature and draw my connection into the earth. On these outings I usually take my acoustic guitar, bottle slide and capo etc to write and perform in the 432Hz healing frequency which brings me great peace and tranquility in any given space. I make the 20min walk to the Shanti Mission Retreat Center each evening and do a little Abeshankam (devotional practice) with the Hindu deity's around a lake near the property. This also allows me to draw powerful energy into my field and anchor the love of the mother in my heart which helps me to transcend any problems, concerns or offenses that I may have drawn against others whilst knowing sub consciously that I have been drawing those thoughts, actions and offenses against my true and higher self. I'm a bit of a night owl and after a fairly simple dinner, steamed vegies and fish etc I love to settle in and watch the cricket or footy when it's on, and indulge my passion for watching latest release movies and shows on Netflix etc. I usually finish up and crawl into bed between 1.00-3.00am and begin the whole energetic and conscious process again at 10.00am the following day.

NB: Wahetever is going on is usually associated with many texts, calls and screen work on the iphone which I do make a conscious effort to limit my exposure to as much as possible. I hope that clarifies and answers your question. Shanti Shanti

Feb 7, 4:45AM EST0
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