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The Rise of Positive Music

There has always been positive, uplifting music. But did the songwriters of old intentionally write positive music to uplift themselves or to uplift others. Who knows? The modern day rise in positive music is all about promoting the well-being of the people. A decision to raise the consciousness of the ones who listen.

Positive music is not just a newly-created genre, it is an evolution in intention by songwriters everywhere. When once we musicians wrote about all our pain and suffering, now we choose to write about subjects that uplift and promote happiness. This is a major shift in consciousness.

There are many of you who are no longer interested in letting any old song be programmed into your brain. You don’t want songs of lust, greed, revenge, and victimhood affecting your emotional energy. You are beginning to guard the content that enters your field like a healthy person who watches their sugar intake.  

Are We Afraid of Silence?

I am a sensitive individual and its no secret that the Music Messengers was born to satisfy a need within me to build a gentler world where the noise level of our 21st century lifestyle is turned down a notch or two. Or three. And the subject matter of our thoughts, and musical creations, is dialled a degree or two towards the sunshine.

We have reached the highest point of chaos and I’m encouraging the pendulum to swing back the other way, at least back to centre.

 

Why have we grown so accustomed to loud music? When did it become acceptable to shout to be heard in retail shops, in restaurants, or even walking down a busy street? 

 

Are we so afraid of the silence that we’ve lost our ability to sit in it?

 

I am a Music Messenger

I am a Music Messenger

I am coining the term “Music Messenger” because I’ve discovered a profound change occurring in the hearts of a particular kind of musician.

We are birthing a spiritual movement that manifests as a deep commitment to serve humanity. Our songs are like prayers and we want to elevate our words, our subjects and our songs to a high calibre for the benefit of others.