World Sound Healing Day to be observed on 14th February: Make Mother Earth

World Sound Healing Day to be observed on 14th February: Make Mother Earth your Valentine

It was informed by a Facebook friend that the 17th edition of the World Sound Healing Day will be observed on February 14 urging to spread the word around.

visiting the website of the event organizers, I found more information saying,
“Come join us at the our interactive website,,
individually or with your groups on Feb. 14, 2016 at 12 noon in your local time
zone and anytime throughout the day.” The event is related to ‘Sounding an
“AH” for planetary peace!’
“Every February 14th, people throughout the planet join
together with their intentionalized sound to project a sonic valentine of love
& appreciation to Gaia, our Earth Mother. We tone the heart sound “Ah” for
a minimum of 5 minutes and of course longer if your schedule permits. Often
people will gather groups together and facilitate this toning experience in
their respective communities. If possible, we ask that you take at least 5
minutes to tone at 12 noon in your local time zone, and as always, we encourage
the sounding of the “Ah” by yourself or with a group at any time during the
course of the day,” website informs.

According to the organizers, this year, in conjunction with World
Sound Healing Day, we are very excited to announce that as part of this event
we are launching a new interactive website, that
will allow your sounding to continue on throughout the year. They state,
“Our new website Temple of Sacred Sound is sacred place in cyberspace
where we can tone together throughout the planet via the magic of the Internet.
It will be available for use 24/7!”

“Tell your friends and loved ones to join our
Celestial Choir and help bring peace to the planet. There will be sound healing
events throughout the world. PreviousWorldSound Healing Days were
extraordinarily successful. We truly made a difference to the planet with our
Sound, our Light and Our Love,” they urge people to join Jonathan Goldman
of the Sound Healers Association.