this GUY …

I am pretty sure I blogged about this GUY last year after I saw him live for the first time. Sean Rowe. If you didn’t listen to his music when I suggested it last year and you have a heart and a soul, you need to listen to it now. The only words I can use to describe him and his music are deep, magical and dreeeeeamy. Pretty damn good words, I’d say.

And, yes, that’s li’l ol’ me nestled into his embrace. OMG, I loved that moment. Hearts and butterflies and unicorns and all things happiness …

listen to FEEL …

If you wanna FEEL some mad crazy emotional shit, listen to this guy, Sean Rowe. And even more so, go see him live. Seriously. It was deep and intense and magical and I got teary and man, I just got chills thinking about it again …

Music helps me feel my heart actually beat (my heart and its beat have been hiding behind layers and layers of barriers keeping me from loving myself and others … thicker walls mean I can’t get hurt, right? Yeah, not so much … that couldn’t be any more opposite of what’s true.). So, music is here to open me up! Give it a whirl and see what transforms for you. XO

tune into your SOUL …

Ever been listening to a song and a verse relates to that exact moment in your life? This has happened to me a number of times in my life and always when I’m more emotionally connected to music. Today, I was literally trying to find my umbrella in the backseat of my car as KT Tunstall (don’t ask, I busted out some old CDs to listen to in my car cause the radio is so terrible) sang the lyrics “trying to find my umbrella.” No joke. I found my umbrella at that exact moment, held it in my hands and let out a jolly heartfelt laugh. And then busted out my phone to write this. We can create even without intention. Be mindful of these amazing synchronicities in life. This shit is real.