Throughout history, our ancestors spent thousands of years examining the cosmos and exploring ways to live in harmony with it.
By determining key universal concepts and striving to live in alignment with them, they were able elevate their consciousness and enhance their daily lives.
This section of the conference will focus on traditional perspectives on the uses of sound in society. Presenters will discuss ancient and indigenous
practices that use voice, crystal bowls, digeredoos, tuning forks, and other natural instruments to create changes within body, mind, and spirit.
Population: Sound healers, Singers, Reiki Practitioners, Yoga Teachers, Massage Therapists, Body Workers, Musicians.
Health and Science
Recently, sound has reached a greater level of mainstream acceptance in the fields of science, medicine, and technology due to the success of numerous research studies and clinical applications. These innovations in sonic technology have helped to bridge the gap between ancient wisdom and modern science to create practical, effective, and sustainable solutions at a fraction of the cost.
Focus: This section of the conference will examine key sonic concepts and innovations within the academic, medical, and scientific communities.
Doctors, Scientists, Therapists, Researchers, Teachers, Inventors.
It is a well known fact that media has a tremendous impact on the psychology and lifestyle of individuals in our society. However, do we really know to what extent this influence permeates our consciousness?
As we develop more sophisticated tools to gauge the effects of sound and visuals on mainstream consumers, we will be able to refine the efficacy of the media and integrate modalities that support
sustainable and healthly lifestyles, while simultaneously providing greater levels of entertainment and satisfaction.
Focus: This section of the conference will bring together key individuals from the music, film and television industries with pioneers in the areas of music therapy, ethnomusicology,
and eco-commerce to discuss the implementation of innovative and sustainable concepts within mainstream media.
Musicians, Music/Television Producers, Recording Engineers, Film Makers, Ethnomusicologists, Green Media Companies.