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December 02, 2010



I'm torn Stephanie... As a mediator and amateur musician I think, yeah.., music should be included in mediation somehow. Yet, one of the bugaboos, as I see it, of using music is that we have to choose - what music, and why did we choose it? It suggests control, influence over the resolution process, taking something away from the parties (ie. silence)... - maybe that's a good thing or maybe its not. I haven't experimented with music in mediation... Who has? How? (apologize if this is in one of your earlier posts about music). Tunefully yours, Ben.


As far as i know listening to Mozart while pregnant can make your child hyperactive, though it's really good for meditating=)

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