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PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2008 7:23 pm    Post subject: Listen Up!!! Reply with quote

This all started with "The Sound" synch in Pismo which I copied here

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Then in Pismo Beach as I began to walk on the pier some young girls walked by singing Amazing Grace how sweet THE SOUND and when the said the sound I said "The Sound" in a low voice and they all turned to see who it was. I then turned to Pam and said "did you see that ?" and began to tell her about what happened with the words "the sound" and as we walked the beach then I turned playing with the words "the sound" and there was a boy with a poster that had written on it " the sound" I then understood that what they were singing was also the words on posters so I started to take pictures and speak with them. They were into what I was saying but I could not help but feel they would not understand what I meant about synchronicity. Then I began to walk the beach and the sound of the waves was somehow different and the feeling was nourishing and then I took off my shoes and the sand was very silky and the sun on my face and on my feet was wonderful. I remembered how when I was alone I had such experiences where my senses were opened and in the feeling ALL of it I seemed to feel much fresher.

Nothing lasts forever, no one lives forever. ... All is done and finished in eternal heaven and our lives here are eternally fresh Keep that in mind....and love Tagore


And this from the same thread with the pic added about the sound

Another synch happened while walking the boardwalk. I came upon this man that was taping the Sounds from the waterways and I remembered the synch yesterday and the intent right at the spot where the fellow was to understand the SOUNDs made by the birds and these synchs are relating that intent to GRACE.

Now the song of birds and the rain of men are related here in this synch

"Amazing Grace"

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
That sav’d a wretch like me!
I once was lost, but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.

’Twas grace that taught my heart to fear,
And grace my fears reliev’d;
How precious did that grace appear,
The hour I first believ’d!

Thro’ many dangers, toils and snares, [wilderness experience, wild ride]
I have already come;
’Tis grace has brought me safe thus far,
And grace will lead me home.

The Lord has promis’d good to me,
His word my hope secures;
He will my shield and portion be,
As long as life endures.

Yes, when this flesh and heart shall fail,
And mortal life shall cease;
I shall possess, within the veil,
A life of joy and peace.

The earth shall soon dissolve like snow,
The sun forbear to shine;
But God, who call’d me here below,
Will be forever mine.

John New­ton, Ol­ney Hymns (Lon­don: W. Ol­i­ver, 1779

And then my father and I spoke about "the sound" and he was having experiences with the mind being outside the brain and even outside the body.

Then I found two movies I rented, the first said on the cover "The Music is everywhere, all You have to do is listen"

That Movie was a new DVD that has recently come out called August Rush
Youtube trailer
A synch between the Movie and the guy recording the sounds of the birds and my intention to Reach You is in this song by Rush

I know it's most unusual
To come before you so
But I've found an ancient miracle
I thought that you should know

Listen to my music
And hear what it can do
There's something here as strong as life
I know that it will reach you.

__________ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/August_Rush ______
The main character, Evan Taylor (Freddie Highmore), can hear music in everything around him. He is being raised in an orphanage with no contact with his parents, although he insists that he can "hear" them. Evan believes that the music that he can hear in everything from the wind in wheat fields to the buzzing of electrical lines, is some kind of message from his parents, whom he wants desperately to find. During his stay at the orphanage, Evan meets a counselor, Richard Jeffries (Terrence Howard), who gives a name card to him, introducing himself as a New York child service department member.

Through a series of flashbacks, we learn that his parents were a famous concert cellist named Lyla Novacek (Keri Russell), and Louis Connelly (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), an Irish guitarist and lead singer from a rock band. They met and fell in love in one night, but through a series of events, were separated. Late in her pregnancy, Lyla was in a car accident and was told by her father (William Sadler) that her child didn't survive. Lyla and Louis both had trouble concentrating on playing music and were miserable without each other.

During one night, Evan hears what he considers "the ultimate call." He follows the sound with the name card from the man but gets sick and passes out. Evan is picked up by a trucker, is taken to New York, and the trucker calls the number on the card. Evan is told to stay in a certain spot but after the wind blows the card into a vent, he wanders around the city and finds a boy named Arthur (Leon G. Thomas III) playing the guitar. Attracted to the music, he follows Arthur and falls in with a group of street kids, all musicians of some kind, who are being cared for by "Wizard" (Robin Williams). Wizard is a busker who sees the children as "investments". Evan gets access to a guitar and begins to play music for the first time. He turns out to be a child prodigy, and Wizard gives him the name August Rush, both as an alias and a stage name, from a slogan on a random truck driving by about the August rush to the beach.

Lyla's father confesses to her on his deathbed that her son lived after all and that he forged her signature on the papers giving the child up to the state. Lyla goes to New York City in search of her son. Meanwhile, Evan's father Louis has also begun to play again, and while trying to trace Lyla, has also ended up back in New York City, where they had originally met.

Meanwhile, Jeffries is seeking him. He becomes suspicious of Wizard and has the police follow him. They raid the condemned theater in which Wizard and the kids live. Having run away, Evan hears a choir singing in a church and meets a little girl named Hope (Jamia Simone Nash) who sings in the choir. She teaches him how to read and write music, and he begins to play the pipe organ with consummate skill. Reverend James (Mykelti Williamson), the pastor of the church, has Evan enrolled in Juilliard School, where he does brilliantly, eventually writing a magnificent piece called "August's Rhapsody", which is going to be performed in the open on the Great Lawn of New York City's Central Park with the New York Philharmonic. By coincidence, Lyla Novacek, who has been repeatedly nudged by her friend to play with the philharmonic, agrees to do so.

But Wizard wants to make money from Evan, and having found him again through the concert advertisements, he forces Evan to leave Juilliard and the organizers of the concert by implying that he will tell everyone Evan's real name if he doesn't, in which case Evan will be sent back to the orphanage. Evan reluctantly goes with him. While busking under Wizard's supervision, Evan meets a fellow guitarist, who is, unbeknownst to both of them, his father Louis Connelly. Evan, who uses his name August Rush, says that he has a big concert coming up, but that he can't go. Louis tells him that if he had a big concert, he wouldn't miss it for anything. Evan decides that he must go to the concert. But first, he has to get away from Wizard.

On the day of the concert, Evan is in the subway station with Wizard and Arthur, counting money. Evan tells Wizard that he is leaving. Wizard does not let him go, but Arthur helps Evan by hitting Wizard with his guitar, allowing Evan to escape. He arrives at the concert just in time to conduct his piece just as Lyla is leaving the performance, who coincidentally is attracted to the music and turns around to approach the stage. At the same time, Louis and his band are in the area, driving in a car. He sees a lamp post advertisement of the performance announcing August Rush performing, like the boy told him, and also Lyla. He runs out of the car towards the music. After approaching the stage, he notices the conductor really is the boy he met in the park. Coincidentally he finds Lyla right next to him, listening to the music. As Lyla goes closer to the stadium, Louis follows and stands right next to her, holding her hand. In surprise, Lyla looks to her side and sees Louis. And as the piece ends, Evan turns to the crowd, and the three recognize each other. The movie ends as it fades out of the concert at Central Park, with Evan saying in the background, "The music is all around us. All you have to do is listen."

This movie was so full of synchs

And then the next movie was also related to the same Magic but the sound became the Orchestraitor of the Magic.

It took me about 20 seconds in blockbusters to find these two movies as they were just "there".

Other syncsh

Many more Irish meetings including Jerry out at the preserve as we walked we noticed certain bugs seemed to cloud in front of us. We came up with the saying " The bugs that bathe in the sauna of Your breath" and were joking with it as we came upon this man. He was into Roy Masters and it turned out that everything we said was related to his experience. He especially needed to know that the Spirit gives it to You fresh as in our meeting. He thanked us for the miracle of our meeting and we parted.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

INNNNNNNNNNteresting, Mr. Tree. lol

I was in K-mart last night and picked up a book about a pastor who had been dead for 90 minutes and he talked about the SOUND of heaven.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cool, Merrymaid

I was in a bathtub one time with a crystal and somehow I got taken to the realm of sound and when I moved my hand the sounds and music changed. When I picked up the crystal it really focused the sound.

We had been excited about the movie "Horton hears a Who" coming but then forgot about it until last night and the idea of LISTEN. So I am going to find the quotes we heard from the show and post them as it was soooo related to this thread.

By the way, there is a Horton, a Morton, and Pam's maiden name also rhymed with the names in the movie.

The movie was very much my experience related to being misunderstood about what I was experiencing. And how militant folks get in religion when Your experience does not match theirs. [fear]

He who has an EAR let him HEAR
Rev 2:29
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Our synch tonight was that we had watched "NO RESERVATIONS" and in it was a Chef, Opera, and the welfare of the child.

Then we were taken in by an Opera for Hansel and Grettle that also had chefs, Opera, and the welfare of the children. The synch with Hunger and that some were eating what we could find lately and enjoying what came, and simple tastes as they did not have much money. But they have heart. Hunger and the soul are paramount.


No Reservations

Here the MUSIC and the MAGIC was related to food and Opera
A master chef, Kate, lives her life like she runs the kitchen at upscale 22 Bleecker Restaurant in Manhattan--with a no-nonsense intensity that both captivates and intimidates everyone around her. With breathtaking precision, she powers through each hectic shift, coordinating hundreds of meals, preparing delicate sauces, seasoning and simmering each dish to absolute perfection. Written by AhmadMob
parent to a grief-stricken child
Kate is a terrific chef at a Manhattan restaurant, sent to therapy by the restaurant owner because she is cold, unyielding, rule-bound, and a pain in the neck. Kate's world is flipped over when her only sister dies and her ten-year-old niece, Zoe, comes to live with her. As Kate struggles to be a , the one world she used to control - the restaurant kitchen - is changed utterly by the restaurant's hiring a second chef, the loose, operatic, Italian-trained Nick, who claims it's an honor to work in Kate's kitchen but who she suspects wants to replace her. Can the music of Puccini and the taste of good pasta soften Kate's heart? Written by {jhailey@hotmail.com}

And then in Hansel and Gretel


Quotes that stuck out in the play:

There was an odd reference to Hocus Pocus Elder Bush in allowing the children to have their sight back. They were turned into gingerbread [Pam had Ginger bread cookies tonght] but when they came back to life they did not yet have their sight until the spell was cast and each recieved a gentle touch.

Hunger gnaws away at your soul

At sky high prices I am in clover [my synchs on st. Patricks day"

Listen to what the Trees are saying

Gretel I think we have lost our way[earth's children say] [You must loose Your was in order to find it]

Now I was the Chef tonight for dinner before the program started and I allowed birdy bird on my shoulder while I put the dinner together.

There seems to be poetry here.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 3:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Each day You would have to be freshly excited in order to stay in love with a passion that is going to grow over a lifetime. Take today, YOU made it new again as I walked I was thinking about how You always say it fresh to me each day and how growing fresh each day enlivens the tree. YOU are that freshness.

Today while thinking about this I stepped on a apple pie cover with a picture of an apple pie on it. I let it register and then I went back to feeling the sun on my face as I walked and thinking about freshness. Then I saw the ingredients for the pie come together as though orchestraited by a symphony and the pie became ready to bake. And then how do we know when it is ready?

"No one knows the minute nor the hour" It was said when they asked when Jesus would return. "only the father"

Baked Apple Pie Opera Chef is how that You do it through me, and tommorrow I find a new story that keeps me fresh thinking about YOU and in that fresh story is what I had overlooked about the last experiece.
I saw the layers of the heart like a symphony, and You KNEW ME and how to make it perfect. A crazy man like me could do it. If it is YOU who performs the symphony.

I called Pam from where I was walking and told her this and then I just said.

When the pie was opened
The birds began to sing

When I dreamed reaching You while I was alone it was like the passion and intention and Spirit of being an Opera Singer. As though I was there with You,,, reaching You.

And so each day something new kept this dream fresh and kept it all upheld. Like a tree that grows new each day I find YOU fresh and then I learn through that day how that synch applies to the day. This taught me to recognise YOU in all my ways. And expecially those veiled ways that the world would not understand, I stayed unveiled and uninhibitted that I might learn from YOU truly what is life. It is like a love that came each day to me totally new and fresh and what I had overlooked was the unexspected part.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I found the Elder Bush all over the news today

Hocus Pocus Elder Bush
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 21, 2008 8:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Driving into Pismo Beach area the radio began to play the song related to my synch there and it was a rock station. Amazing Grace how sweet the SOUND. And the relatiionship to sound. River has been writing about Cymatics on this thread.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 22, 2008 3:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

yes i keep being drawn back to the topic of sound too...and here's another synch, my son has been practising all year playing Amazing Grace for his Year 12 trials (Victor Wooten style, except my son is playing his fretless bass...and one day he'll let me record him...lol)
here's Victor....

"The wise man in the storm prays to God, not for safety from danger, but for deliverance from fear.
It is the storm within which endangers him, not the storm without." Ralph Waldo Emerson
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I distinctly remember the sound of music when we were standing here.
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