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Caduceus: Healing For People, Community and Planet.
This superb publication, which has been in print since 1987, is an independent quarterly journal focused on all aspects of healing - physical, psychological, ecological and environmental. It is for all who are on the quest to realize human and spiritual values. Its aim is to inform and inspire. Previous contributors have included The Dalai Lama, Rupert Sheldrake, Deepak Chopra, Pir Vilayat Khan, Anita Roddick, Ervin Laszlo, Brian Goodwin, Roger Woolger, Roger Taylor, Keith Critchlow, Chloe Goodchild and Carolyn Myss. It has featured articles on healing, meditation, peace-making, GM and farming, sound healing, global festivals, sacred rituals and science and energy medicine. It includes book and CD reviews, current positive news and letters.

The former Medical and Science Correspondent of The Sunday Times wrote that "Caduceus has become a focus for the best in the field of healing, spirituality and consciousness." David Fontana, a professor of psychology and author of The Meditator's Handbook noted that "Caduceus plays a unique role in raising awareness of pressing humanitarian and environmental concerns."

James, who contributes to Caduceus, highly recommends the publication for the high standard of its articles and overall production. To subscribe, go to the website www.caduceus.info or call 01730 816799.

Sound Travels
For more writing and commentaries on sound, music and healing by James, go to www.soundtravels.co.uk This is the premier UK website for what is going on with the world of sound and music in the alternative world.

Holy Isle
Holy Isle, off the Isle of Arran on the west coast of Scotland is officially designated as a UK sacred site and offers a wide variety of courses related to spiritual development. Do visit their website www.holyisle.org

The Isbourne Holistic Centre
THE ISBOURNE HOLISTIC CENTRE (Cheltenham) continues to grow in stature as the longest running and what is for many, the favourite centre for holistic studies and personal growth in the Southwest of England. www.isbourne.org

Hawkwood College, Stroud GL6 7QW
HAWKWOOD COLLEGE (Stroud) is an independent centre foir adult education. It founding anthroposophical ethos provides a welcoming context for short courses on the theme of creative exploration. These include personal and spiritual development, arts and crafts, music, health and well-being as well as nature and sustainability. There is a friendly, informal atmosphere and no formal qualifications are needed to participate.
Visit their website www.hawkwoodcollege.co.uk

The Ammerdown Centre, Somerset
Ammerdown offers a wide range of courses, retreats and talks with something for everyone. Their beautiful setting, nestled in the woodlands of a Grade 1 listed privately owned stately home, is an ideal backdrop for peace and transquility.
Visit their website www.ammerdown.org/courses

Susan Hale
Workshops, private sessions and training.
Susan Elizabeth Hale - Author Sacred Space - Sacred Sound: The Acoustic Mysteries of Holy Places. Quest Books, July 2007. www.songkeeper.net

Susan Hale takes us on a spiritual autobiographical sound journey and re-enchants the world around us. She profoundly heightens our awareness of the natural processes and the creation of living forms through sound while easily supplying a wealth of knowledge of the sound phenomena and the history of the sacred sites. She personally introduces us to significant figures in the field of sound research and music who offer their insights and wisdom. This is a deeply heartfelt sonic travelogue that presents us with familiar landscapes and great architectural spaces and transforms them into magical, enthralling temples of harmony. Like an intuitive acoustic archaelogist, Hale writes so totally from deep personal experience that we are brought into the living presence of the sacred spaces from around the world. Sacred Space Sacred Sound lends fresh meaning to the word "sacred" and is a glorious hymn to both the ecstasy and serenity to be found in great architectural spaces and Nature itself..
(James D'Angelo 2007)


“The voice is a light. If the light becomes dim, it has not gone out; it is there. It is the same with the voice. If it does not shine, it only means that it has been cultivated and you must cultivate it again and it will shine once more.”

Hazrat Inayat Khan


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