Multicultural Mosaic Foundation and Wisdom House Denver cordially invite you to:Music as Medicine in the Ancient East - by Ron YuvalA lecture-demonstration on how sound was used as medicine in biblical times by the Hebrews, and earlier in India as well as in the Ottoman Turkish empire. An analysis of the musical modes of the Mid East and some mention of the Indian ragas as powerful tools of the healers of the past. A live music demonstration how these modes modulate our feelings, emotions, and sense of light and darkness. This is a fascinating topic which often leave students stunned when they realize how impoverish the West was left after losing the spectrum of musical modes over the last 1000 years.Based on Yuval Ron’s recent collaboration with neuro-scientics Andrew Goodman and Mark Robert Goodman (fellows of the Center for Spirituality and the Mind in Penn State U and authors of How God Changes Your Brain), this talk includes references to some of the latest research in Music Therapy and Neuro-sciecne, mostly when such research confirms earlier mystical traditions.Yuval Ron is an Oscar-winning composer who has collaborated with researcher Robert Monreo,neuroscientists Mark Robert Waldman and Andrew Newburg, and pioneer healer Dr. Richard Gold and has taught at Yale, John Hopkins University, UCLA, Middlebury College, MIT, and many others. Yuval’s book Divine Attunement: Music as a Path to Wisdom won Gold Medal Award for Best book in SpiritualityCategory in the Indie Book Awards 2015. Yuval led the Gala Concert for the Dalai Lama at the Seeds of Compassion Conference and has collaborated with the Sufi leader Pir Zia Inayat Khan since 2004. He has been on the faculty of Esalen Institute since 2009 where he teaches about the use of sound for personal transformation, and was selected as a keynote speaker at the Pacific Symposium in San Diego and at theQuantum Institute of India.For more info on Yuval Ron visit: www.yuvalronmusic.comThis event is co-sponsored by Widsom House Denver.