Monday, May 7, 2012

10,000 Sing Beethoven's Ode to Joy

This post isn't really directly related to neurofeedback. I'm posting this DatabaseofMusic YouTube video here because...
  • It's beautiful
  • It's uplifting
  • Music and its effects on us are a fascinating aspect of our complex and amazing brains
  • The video wonderfully demonstrates the possibilities in group energy and connection

If you are reading this and you have been depressed, did listening help you? It's likely that it did. Music has that power.

Joy is part of the spectrum of emotions we are supposed to have. Depression can take that away... please act to get it back. I have seen neurofeedback be very helpful with depression. Counseling, medications, aerobics, nutritional changes, time in nature, can also all help.

Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW
New York Neurofeedback

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