Pre-Thinking:

Joanna addresses sound therapy and its importance in our lives. Napoleon Hill said in his classic book, Think and Grow Rich, that the brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station. See what she has to say!

Who is she?:

Joanna is a qualified and experienced sound therapist and holds an MA in Applied Anthropology.

Why you should watch:

She has supported children, young people and families for over 15 years within mainstream, special needs schools, youth and community groups. She creates and delivers wellbeing workshops through the use of sound healing, music, drama, mindfulness and breath and body awareness. She works with adults and children of all ages and abilities, including those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, and Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. She is a trained Empowered Learning Practitioner, working with children with special learning needs.

Discussion Questions:

1. What is Serendipity?
2. How does it work? Can we do things to increase Serendipity?
3. What does she mean by the statement that people do not learn from talk, they need to learn from experience. Agree or disagree and back up your conclusion with data from your own life.
4. What is an Empowered Learning Practitioner? Do some research about this career.
5. What are Tesla’s ideas concerning vibrations, energy and positive or negative behavioral outcomes?

Making Connections:

Watch this talk on sound and silence: http://tedtalkspsychology.com/shh-sound-in-8-steps-with-julian-treasure/

Here is a video on sound therapy that involves using tuning forks: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Sound+Therapy&view=detail&mid=72FD0213352CA7D39A0472FD0213352CA7D39A04&FORM=VIRE

Why Raising Your Vibration Increases Serendipity – with Joanna McEwen

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