1). On Feb. 14th, anytime, anywhere (wherever you are, whatever time it is), take at least 5 minutes out of your day and project the heart sound “Ah” filled with Light & Love to Mother Earth, as a Sonic Valentine for Global Harmonization. If it is appropriate, please gather with others in a group to collectively tone together for this event.

2). On Feb. 14th, at 12 noon EST (U.S. Eastern Standard Time), please tone the heart sound “Ah” as a Sonic Valentine for Mother Earth for 5 minutes or more. If you are near a computer, please go to the launching of www.templeofsacredsound.org and join others throughout the planet on this new interactive website in order to do this.

3). On Feb. 14th, if appropriate, at 11 AM EST, go to www.healthylife.net for a very special World Sound Healing Day
presentation by Jonathan Goldman & Andi Goldman. Then, at 12 noon,EST, please go to www.templeofsacredsound.org (step #2).

In addition, if you are interested, on Feb. 13th, the day before World Sound Healing Day, at 12 noon EST, go to www.healthylife.net for the Healing Sounds Show, to hear a pre-World Sound Healing Day presentation by Jonathan Goldman & Andi Goldman

4). For more information on World Sound Healing Day, go to www.healingsounds.com

For those of you into YouTube, here’s a brief video clip on Temple of Sacred Sound…

I trust this is helpful. I’m looking forward to resonating together with you on Feb. 14th!

Blessings of Light & Love through Sound ~ Jonathan Goldman

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