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The use of music to induce altered states of consciousness (AAS) goes back to the roots of our culture. Drums, gongs, didgeridoos and rattles have been used for thousands of years as musical instruments for healing and trance. In this training program, we will review both theoretical and practical uses of the so-called archaic instruments and aspects of trance and integration processes.
The fact that psychedelics became illegal, pushed the pioneers to search for other existing tools with similar potential to allow us to access altered states of consciousness.
In this series of online meetings, we will explore the practical and theoretical aspects to understand the scope of these tools and how we can apply them in our daily lives.
Contenido del curso
Introduction to the origins of Music Therapy
FEBRUARY 2ND CLASS00:00
Sound journey: scheme and improvisation.
FEBRUARY 9TH CLASS00:00
Active and receptive music therapy
FEBRUARY 23TH CLASS00:00
Self-exploration through the sound journey.
MARCH 2ND CLASS00:00
Effect of music on the brain
MARCH 9TH CLASS00:00
Set and setting sessions
Set and Setting00:00