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Music: An Exploratory Space

March 19, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

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To a Portals of Perception Virtual Event on Saturday, March 19th, 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Music: An Exploratory Space


What part can music play today in uplifting humans and the planet?


For as long as humans have been on Earth, music has played a vital and integral part in almost all aspects of life and living.

It is a special art, allowing expression within a vast spectrum of frequencies. This experimental session is for everyone who loves music, whether they currently are a musician or not.

This global Zoom event will be conducted by a team of people who have a wide range of interest in, and engagement with, music, with a focus on: what can music be and become in the future?

Inquiries to be explored:

  • What are the reasons for, and the benefits of, playing in and with music?
  • What are ways to tune oneself as a human instrument?

Our musical hosts:

  • Aud Wilken, singer, songwriter, teacher – An opportunity to re-tune, to tune into newness, to catch the way of new tunes together - through the great facility and facilitator that music is
  • Emmy Schaling – What in music causes it to be an instrument of empathy, meaning and originality? Let’s embark on a journey of finding out, opening ourselves up to its regenerative power, creating a resounding home for it to find itself in
  • Amos Edelstein - I have a great belief in music’s ability to act as a universal bridge between people of different walks of life, as well as between the abstract, or spiritual life, and carnal life
  • Paul Stone - I’m really looking forward to delving more deeply into what music can do, and what it can become, as an elevating agency in today's world. Hopefully this event will just be the first of many such explorations

Be a part of this interactive exploration - participation is free. To receive your personalized Zoom link, register below.


What can music be and become in the future?

Register and reserve your place today!

Portals of Perception is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization


March 19, 2022
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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Our Speakers

Paul Stone

I started practicing piano at 5 having been enticed into learning to play. I believe that music, and other art forms as well, can offer translation and transference of refined essences and qualities, helping to create ecologies or atmospheres where a special kind of nourishment, healing, and enlivenment can be experienced. These days it’s great to rise to the challenge of programming, composing & arranging and collaborating with visual artists.

Aud Wilken

Singer/Songwriter, Music and Language Teacher  From decades of experience, both as a performing artist, songwriter and from leading workshops in creative expression, singing, and storytelling, I have come to wonder ever deeper about the question: What is Music? I think it offers itself freely, and that devotion, detection/observation and choice in tuning, as well as technical skills and skillfulness as a human, determine what lives in the music and what it can do.

Emmy Schaling

She has been moved by music from childhood. A musician who discovers the possibilities of the voice, and the instrument she has been educated in, the cello, and who is on a journey of finding out how mindset and connection can bring about a blessing of new music, new experience,  and new feelings in self and others: binding, helping, curing.

Amos Edelstein

I started to play music as a child and continued throughout school, including graduating from the Music Academy. Music was always a wonder, as it integrated various aspects inside me as a human. It has the power to entice and attract people at different levels in themselves. I have experienced the power and influence of music on individuals and on groups of people. I have a great belief in music’s ability to act as a universal bridge between people of different walks of life, as well as between the abstract, or spiritual life, and carnal life.