Psychic Insights “Music to Heal”

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Messages from Your Angels: “Music to Heal”

I just have to say…it is BEYOND me how I can be perfectly positioned when I took this picture but when I pop back in the chair to record the top of my head is cut off.  UGH!!! Oh well, the message is inspired so hard to duplicate and at least the volume is good.  LOL   Don’t underestimate the power of MUSIC.

Music is the fabric of your soul.”

When you tune in and align with music it opens up another layer of inspiration, creativity and intuition.

Archangel Sandalphon’s invocation:  Thank you for bringing music to and through me.

I use music to shift my energy.  If I’m feeling sad or depressed I put on some calming music.  I often have music playing in the background while I work.

It sets the ambiance and changes the tone. I am also getting with this card for you that you should use music in your work if you have clients to help them heal and move in new ways.

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Do you use music in your day, in your work or as play?  What’s your FAVORITE song?   We’d LOVE to hear your connection with this message in our comments section so that Julie may offer you some personal guidance and direction.

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Julie Geigle is a Spiritual Life Coach, Healer, Psychic Medium and Divine channel for Archangel Metatron. She helps people on a spiritual journey end suffering and create a beautiful life. Book a free discovery call to see if you're a good fit for our Spiritual Mentorship Program designed to change your life from the inside out!


  1. Kristina on December 15, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    Lately I have been drawn to sad songs about broken or lost love…sigh, not the best for motivation during this holiday season, but just can’t seem to pull away from them…examples are “say something” by A Great Big World and “let her go” by Passenger…

    • Julie Geigle on December 16, 2013 at 9:18 am

      I think the holidays trigger lots of emotions that are not only current-life but past life also. The key is to be present with all those feelings and hold yourself like you would hold a crying baby….no judgement only pure love and acceptance. ♥

  2. Sandy on December 13, 2013 at 5:01 pm

    Upbeat music can raise vibrations, shift energy, as well as spiritual music.

    • Julie Geigle on December 14, 2013 at 9:33 am

      Absolutely Sandy! Any old song that MOVES you or evokes emotion, I believe, has the same effect. Lol

  3. DJ Skye on December 13, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    Thanks for the about mantra on youtube, I like all types of music. A tip while at my work desk I listen to Binaural or Ambient beats to focus and tune in. And because it’s just binaural or ambient beats w/o words, you can really focus and not be distracted. Science has discovered as well, that Binaural Beats have been used as cure-alls for everything from impotence to bulimia. Spurious, right? Sure, but the difference between Binaural Beats, and, say, magic healing crystals, is that Binaural Beats have been clinically shown to physically affect the listener’s brain and body, even triggering the pituitary gland to flood the body with good-feeling hormones like dopamine. In other words, Binaural Beats are proven to get us mentally, physically, physiologically, biologically, scientifically, inextricably high.

    • Julie Geigle on December 13, 2013 at 12:45 pm

      Wow!! Such a plethora of information and wisdom! I use “Hypnotic Music” by Janalea Hoffman for all my hypnosis sessions. It is 50 beats per minute and is suppose to do exactly what you just said. Thanks for putting it soooo well!!! I hope you don’t mind if I share this on my FB page:

  4. Angel on December 13, 2013 at 5:05 am

    It is incredible the affect music can have on EVERYBODY – whether it makes you feel something, lifts your mood, helps you reflect, we all have a song that means something to us, we all have a favourite song, a song to cry to, a song to smile at, a song to relax to.

    • Julie Geigle on December 13, 2013 at 12:43 pm

      I especially love the soothing Christmas music this time of year, although by mid-January it’s just plain annoying! Thanks for stopping by here Angel.

  5. Theresa Monro on December 9, 2013 at 9:15 pm

    I have recently discovered kundalini music and mantras in song. I find them very soothing and being me back to center like meditation and really works when I want to feel better. Although I do not know the meaning of the words, I feel uplifted when I listen to the songs. My current favorite singer is Snatam Kaur and I hope to hear her live some day. Guru Ram Das is my favorite song of hers and has shown up in many dreams as of lately with her beautiful voice. Thanks for sharing, Julie!

    • Julie Geigle on December 10, 2013 at 8:18 am

      I will have to check them out. I really love Diva & Miten’s 21 day meditation program and purchased the set along with her music set. Their program focused on MANTRA songs as well. They are quite powerful. My favorite mantra is by GANESH – removing blocks and obstacles.
      Thanks for stopping by here Theresa. ♥

      • Theresa Monro on December 10, 2013 at 12:51 pm

        Hi Julie,

        You can find kundalini music on It is interesting that you mention the Ganesh mantra because a kundalini yogi musician came to me in a dream and told me to look up the Jai Ganesha mantra to remove blocks and obstacles. So your comment above is a great confirmation that it is time to listen to it again. I’m loving it!

  6. Barbara Bullock on December 9, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    Emotional reaction to music has been intensifying for me lately – although music has always touched my heart – it seems to be speaking more to my soul recently. The song that keeps coming up for me – I awoke one morning with it running through my head and a couple of days later it was posted on FB – Hallelujah – the one on FB was by Susan Boyle. The musical composition in itself is very moving, but the lyrics are even more so. Many blessings, Julie!!!

    • Julie Geigle on December 9, 2013 at 2:06 pm

      So cool – yes, I am seeing music is taking on a whole new connection with our souls helping us to align with the truth of our being our SOUL which is our spiritual connection to God and all that is. Thanks for stopping by. ♥

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