In her quest to become a world-famous violinist, Ji-Hae Park fell into a severe depression. Only music was able to lift her out again — showing her that her goal needn’t be to play lofty concert halls, but instead to bring the wonder of the instrument to as many people as possible.
Who Is She?:
She has been called the Mother Tersa of music as she brings it to prisoners and those injured in body or soul.
Why You Should Watch:
She shares her personal journey in a way that ressonaltes with the human spirit and she shows that you can rock out on the violin!
- According to Ji-Hae, what is the true power of music?
- What is your favorite music? What does it reveal about your moods, emotions and personality?
- She said that changing your perspective will transform your life. Can you think of examples of this in your own life?
- How can music transform the world?
If you want to enjoy more of her music, here is a link to purchase on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2yZDSf0
In another Ted Talk Robert Gupta presents the healing power of music: http://tedtalkspsychology.com/music-is-medicine-music-is-sanity-with-robert-gupta/
This link will take you to story about PTSD and music: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/06/21/533792166/combat-medicine-afghanistan-vet-seeks-to-help-others-through-hip-hop