June 12, 2018
Happy Tuesday Wholetonians,
Oh my, do I have some news! Not one, but two new Wholetones projects are slated for recording this summer: “Wholetones Christmas Vol. 2,” and “Wholetones Active.” I have been inundated with a multitude of emails requesting several project themes. A new, longer length Christmas project and a high energy project for people who need music for their daily work-outs will be the next two offerings. I have a couple more for 2019 that I cannot mention at this time … stay tuned!
I will have some BIG news for you in the next few weeks as well, you are going to be amazed! I am really getting excited! Its funny, before I record one note, I can already hear the music, which helps me understand what faith is all about: Hebrews 11:1, “Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see.” Which brings me to this week’s musing, “Invisible Visibility.”
If you have read my book, “Wholetones: The Sound Of Healing,” you realize that just because you can’t hear something does not mean it does not exist. That is because our hearing range is limited. Many sounds (frequencies) occur beneath and above our 20Hz-20Khz hearing range. So can we trust our ears?
In the same way, can we trust our eyes? Have you ever encountered an optical illusion where your eyes trick your brain into seeing something that isn’t accurate? Can our eyes see everything? Or are there things that can’t be seen with the naked eye?
What if I told you that everything that is visible was created by that which is invisible? That is difficult to believe until you realize that much exists outside of what we can see!
Hebrews 11:3, “By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.”
With this being said, the old maxim “seeing is believing” is now in question. There is always a danger in thinking that we know everything, see everything, and hear everything. I saw a documentary years ago called “Blindsight,” which was about a group of blind children who climbed mount Everest with a group of experienced climbers. They interviewed one of the little girls and she said, “My eyes might be blind, but my heart sees.”
Ephesians 1:18, “I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people.”
You see dear friends, you may not always be able to trust your eyes, but you can always follow your heart … it always has 20/20 vision! Do you see what I mean? If you do, then you can depend on invisible, visibility!
Until next week,
Michael S. Tyrrell
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