Is there any evidence to support that we can use music as medicine? YES!
Danish composer Niels Eje is the man behind the successful music of MusiCure. By using soothing sounds from nature which he weaves into his music which in turn follows the natural rhythm of the human body Niels Eje has created prescriptive music!
The music of MusiCure has been solidly tested by many health officials in their respective fields who have found that MusiCure has a dramatic positive impact on their patients which include children with ADHD, psychiatric patients, stressed soldiers, eldercare, and so on.
“The creation of MusiCure is based on research in the stimulating and curative effect of this specially designed music, and the CD series is aimed at both private individuals as well as health care professionals seeking high quality original music for relaxation and inspiration.” (Source The official website of MusiCure)
For information on the extensive tests carried out please visit MUSICAHUMANA
Official website www.musicure.com
Interview with Composer Niels Eje
TSP: What do you love most about your life?
NE: I love being at peace with myself, I feel free and have limitless time to create my music. I know that independence and freedom is a privilege, but it’s still the most important thing in my life.
TSP: If you could go back in time to when you were 20 years old and give yourself some advice – what would it be?
NE: To stay focused, and always listen to your immediate intuition and true inner feelings, because your own basic instinct and intuition will always be your best guide in life. (…there are no easy gigs in life!)
TSP: What do you feel is the greatest lack in the world?
NE: When extremism and prejudice is kept alive and nourished it continues to curb positive development in the world. And, that we are constantly being manipulated by the media and technology in a way which rectifies us and encourage everyone to run in the same direction. Internet, mobile communication and all the social media is both an blessing, but also a danger to people’s individual personality.
TSP: What is your definition of a spiritual person?
NE: A spiritual person, in the most positive meaning, is for me someone who recognizes and cultivates the finer things in life, but still manages to put things in perspective, and maintains the ability to use “both sides of the brain”. A person who always has an open and positive mind, but also is realistic!
TSP: Do you have a life philosophy that you follow?
NE: Always to follow your deepest instinct – your immediate intuition usually always is the right answer.
TSP: What in your opinion, is the most important thing that parents can give their children to prepare them for life?
NE: Love from the first moment in life is the most important thing. It is crucial to feel that your parents will never let you down. Confidence and love is what you need as a child to be able to build your self esteem and personality.
The MusiCure documentary
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