This is one of my assignments on the harp therapy course offered by IHTP in Mixolydian mode. I took the video when I had a little break at Teifi last year. Wish to go back soon! Enjoy and let me know what you think, positive and constructive feedbacks, all are welcomed xx https://youtu.be/N47fotjqw5U
I did it! haha So a month ago, Sue Kinnear from BBC Radio Wiltshire kindly invited me to talk about meditation and the gong in her evening programme called Happiness Project. As most of you know I am such a horrible speaker, I agreed to do the interview to challenge myself! Here's the soundclip if … Continue reading BBC Radio Wiltshire Happiness Project
This strange year has gone by so quickly. I am very grateful for all your support and kindness. I feel blessed being able to connect with some of you in person or virtually, and even meeting some new friends too! I believe humanity will only grow stronger in the new year. Wishing all of you … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
People often ask me how I feel when I’m offering sound bath. I found it very difficult to describe. Yesterday I did a sand tray on a sandplay therapy course. I think this tray summed up my answer. When I am playing the gong, I don’t feel myself anymore. I’m not me. Nothing matters anymore. … Continue reading When I’m playing the gong…
Last time I posted the song 'Looking at a Rainbow through a Dirty Window' but I played it super slowly! So this time I attempted to play it at the right tempo. I was surprised by myself because I haven't practiced this tune and automatically played it faster! Enjoy x UPDATE: I've been trying different … Continue reading The Rainbow song again!
Today is my 5th monthiversary of my harp learning journey! I hope you'd enjoy this tune. It has a very long name - 'Looking at a Rainbow Through a Dirty Window' composed by flute player Calum Stewart and arranged by harp performer Rachel Hair. They are both from Scotland. I'm not sure if this is … Continue reading A Celtic/folk(?) song this time!
I'm practicing this Chinese pop song - The moon represents my heart. It basically mean 'I love you to the moon'. I know this is not very meditative... Next time :p https://youtu.be/qlYA1SR8mag
I'm going to record my harp learning journey. I've started just before the lockdown so it's been almost three months of learning. I record this simple tune after seeing people playing music with themselves. Turn out it is much more difficult than I expected, even with such a simple tune. This is also my first … Continue reading My first harp trio!