Music, Creativity & Transformation: The Making of NOKE
A lively discussion between two ardent musicians, Elizabeth Krasnoff, PhD, and John Dupuy of iAwake, about the making of Elizabeth’s latest release, NOKE, the power of sound to transform and heal, how the frequency of emotions can be layered into music, groove pockets, Peter Gabriel’s concerts in the round, and lots more. If you are interested in music, creativity, transformation, inspiration, and devotion, you will love this. Includes the full 4:29-minute long song NOKE (no one knows everything). Be prepared to move!
- Welcome and kudos for iAwake’s brain enhancing soundtracks
- The heart, soul, and inspiration behind NOKE
- The message: Everyone knows something
- Embracing the archetypal transition journey across the desert
- The people, the instruments, the binaural beats
- Musicians know emotion is a frequency
- Singing with a frequency corrector, dialing into the place we all meet
When listening to NOKE, you may want to use earbuds or Aeropex (which use bone conduction, leaving your ear canals open), so you can move freely and receive optimum benefits at the same time. Loop the song a couple times to get the full effects of the binaural beats, which take about 8 minutes to kick in. You’ll want to hear NOKE more than once anyway.