Vol 11 – The Song of the Soul: The Transpersonal Dimension of Psyche and Sound

The 2024 Zürich Lecture Series Book – Releasing this Fall

Lena Måndotter’s lifelong voyage with soul and song can inspire us all to reclaim our instinctual singing voice. C.G. Jung wrote that “music should be an essential part of every analysis.” This book shows why and is a testament to the healing power of song.

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The 2024 Zürich Lecture Series Book – Releasing this Fall

At the core we are all vibrations, musical compositions in motion, and that is why we resonate in communion with the world of music. The human voice is the only instrument that sounds from within, and our singing voice is deeply connected to heart and soul. In the timbre and tonal nuances of the voice we can perceive subtle soul messages – way beyond words. The sound of the voice mirrors the movements in the depths of psyche, and this touches us profoundly.

To liberate the voice is to liberate psyche. To free the sound is to free the soul. Singing requires deep listening, instinctual attention, pure vocal presence, and the song is a musical alchemical vessel for psychospiritual transformation. Music is a magical magnet, a sacred gift from the Muses, so that our songs may sound the mana of the Mysterion.

Lena Måndotter’s lifelong voyage with soul and song can inspire us all to reclaim our instinctual singing voice. C.G. Jung wrote that “music should be an essential part of every analysis.” This book shows why and is a testament to the healing power of song.