Don Campbell is a musician, teacher and researcher in the effects
of sound and music on health, memory and consciousness. He has
authored 17 books including the best seller, The Mozart Effect
and Harmony of Health, and is the Director of Acoustic Activities
for Aesthetic Audio Systems, which provides quality music to healthcare
facilities, He is currently on the board of the American Music
Research and the Advisory Board, Society of Arts in Healthcare.
Sunday, April 23
Transforming Consciousness and Perception with Music
Ballroom 8:45am to 10:00am
The power of sound and music can transform the way we experience
body, mind and spirit.
From rhythm to harmony, we will explore the practical and useful
ways in which music can connect us to heightened states of perception.
Tracing new information in transcendent spiritual states to neurological
responses in the brain, music serves to stimulate and re-orchestrate
neuro-pathways for better health.
As modern healthcare facilities are beginning to use sound as key
to the well being of staff, visitors and patients, it is possible
to put the same principals to work in your car and home.
Goal: To show how music can easily modify our mental perceptions
and physical environment.
*Discover three ways that music can be used to enhance your environment,
*Experience how music can modify space/time awareness and learn
how it effects consciousness, and
*Learn three ways to use music as a valid component in stress reduction,
wellness and mental focus.
Sunday, April 23
The Harmony of Health
Ballroom 10:30 am to 12:00 noon
By experimenting with various postures and movements, we can improve
our listening abilities. Colors, geometric forms and music also
serve as basic ways to focus the mind, relax the body and open
new pathways for creativity. From the ancient tattwas forms
of India to modern affirmations, this program explains and demonstrate
how music can be instrumental for the improvement of concentration,
relaxation and memory.
*Learn three ways that music and geometric forms can be used for
*Discover how music and breathing techniques can enhance visual
and auditory perception, and
*Learn three ways to use music to improve meditative states and