It is my 50th birthday this week. I always have mixed emotions leading up to this day as it was the day I was separated from my mother. Of course, I am eternally grateful to have been given the gift of this amazing life. On the flip side, I feel a sense of sadness for what could have been if I hadn’t lost the opportunity of growing up in my own family. Somehow I need to hold the grief and gratitude simultaneously. Lucky I have some understanding of the concept of non-duality!
Luckily, also, music has been a huge part of my life, thanks to my adoptive parents, and I have been able to use it to process the complex emotions of living the life of an adoptee. I wrote this piece of music quite a while ago now and my natural father, who I met for the first time when I was 28 years old, arranged to have it orchestrated for me. A healing experience indeed!
I wonder, do you have an area of your life where you think music might just be the tonic to make your life better. You already have a great life but there is always room for more, isn’t there?
Music can be a great distraction from the bombardment of current world events.
You can befriend music.
Music has your back.
Music changes things, it transforms.
Music helps let a little bit of magic in.
Music won’t leave you.
Music will hold you.
Music will reach out to you.
Music loves, through you.
Isn’t it about time you embraced that part of you that left music behind all those years ago? There is NO time like the PRESENT.
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