Beginning with Silence
Finding “Presence” in Music Class VladimirFLoyd VladimirFLoyd

What might happen if we all took 30 seconds each day to be silent, listen, appreciate, and celebrate the present moment?

I read a book one summer that changed the way I taught, because it changed the way I viewed life. I learned about “becoming present” in everyday life. I learned about surrendering past memories as a mere construct of my brain; a brain obsessed with overthinking about either the past or the yet-to-exist future. I had to appreciate the present moment, and to do that, I had to let go of the misconception that “I” existed in my brain, and embrace that I was more than my mind – I was the consciousness behind my mind. Full story.

Tom Sabatino (National Association for Music Education) / January 6, 2017

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