Yelm, Wash. (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Music is a force which unifies and gives voice to the beliefs and attitudes of a culture. In recent years, the unique sounds of a thousand separate peoples have spread across the globe and merged to create new genres and subcultures. Today, a single individual can create a work of personal expression that will affect millions. Such is the power of music! But, what if life itself is composed of music? What if all of matter has been sung into existence and is held in form by a love song of creation? In “SYMPHONY,” author Dauna O’Larey uses this concept to create a poignant love story that spans across centuries.
This book revolves around a young scientist, Jeremy Daniels. Through experimenting with sound and electromagnetic frequencies, he inadvertently triggers genetic memories within himself. Haunted in dreams by life-shattering events from another time, powerful emotions are evoked. Questioning his own sanity, he seeks answers to the questions that arise. Who was this man whose life he remembers? Where and when did he live? Why are the dreams tormenting him so? In order to understand his experiences, he sets out to discover the source of his visions. Traveling from his home in Washington State, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery which leads him to Scotland and France. There he must confront his greatest fear.
This marvelous book explores many concepts such as cymatics, genetic memory and esoteric philosophy. “SYMPHONY” is a beautifully written love story that shows that music is a fundamental principle of creation and that life truly is a symphony.
About the Author
Dauna O’Larey has always been a passionate lover and student of music. She is fascinated with its tremendous power to impact physical and emotional wellbeing. She offers sound therapy, hypnotherapy, NLP and personal coaching to private clients and makes her home in Washington State with her two sons.
SYMPHONY* by Dauna O’Larey
A Love Song
Publication Date: November 25, 2013
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