Mozart and Music

I saw the Marriage of Figaro over the weekend, and after a while I thought I would look at the energy of the singers. I could feel their energy; a recording is nothing like a live performance. The waves of energy vibrated out of their mouths and filled the room, and we were sitting in an atmosphere that was being changed by music. In fact, there was so much energy coming out of the singers that I looked to see the source of the energy, to see what they had tapped into. Behind them was Mozart about four times larger than the building itself, an energetic presence of golden light. Then I understood that he was the lens that filtered the universal life force energy into the form of music, and the singers were the vehicle for sending that energy on to us.

Mozart is considered an ascended master. He was born at a time when his ability to turn light into music was something new and different from the previous type of Western music. His music wasn’t always a success in his lifetime, but we still play and love it today because of the sweetness of the light.

Singers and actors connect to the composer or author and show you the energy of the work. The purpose of getting someone to perform the work is to give the piece itself life, as it is lifeless until someone picks it up and gives it sound. And then it is beautiful, so much more than it ever appeared to be on a piece of paper.  Energy, the composer, the singers all have their part to play to deliver it to you. The purpose of the music is to be surrounded by the sound as you sit in a live production. The recorded music is a memory and an invitation to go to a live performance. The quality of energy is simply not there. (This paragraph by Mozart.)

We know that there are singers and actors out there who tap into the energy of a piece that is not light. This requires strength to perform successfully, come away and return to self. If you are a performer and have doubts about performing a piece then it would be better to pass it by. Meditation allows you to know yourself and gives you a place to return to after a performance, and allows you to perform from a position of strength. (This paragraph by Archangel Melchizadek.)