Tuning your instruments - you are the conductor!

Last Update: November 27, 2019
Just dream with me for 2 minutes.

Your future is like a symphony.


Believe it or not, but life is music, even if you can't hear it.
All it asks of you is to find the tune you want to be played.

Then you go out and look for the instrumentalists. It is you who tells them what you want them to play and in what pitch.

You tell them what they will get out of playing in your orchestra and if you want them full time. Then you train them and watch the music unfold.

At the performance, just the way that you look at them, will tell them what you want from them. You can control the outcome in every second because you have lived it a thousand times in rehearsal.

Only now it is much more beautiful, because there is an audience.

Your dream is being played and you are conducting it. The audience is joining in the frequencies, their heartbeats align, and everyone in the hall is feeling the same powerful energy of a dream unfolding.

This is what we have to do in our lives.


WA is a fantastic platform where you can understand what you wish your future to sound like.

At the same time you can gather musicians and study the big symphony together. Until everyone is tuned in, and the dream starts to happen.

Then we write about it in WA blogs and others are encouraged to follow their dreams, get their instruments and tune them.

We are all conductors. But we also play in someone else's symphony and are the audience to someone else.
Music is a powerful thing. It is vibration. Just like life and thoughts!

So get your tools, assemble your group, study the music and then play it!


Have fun watching your own path reveal and listening to your own tune being played!

Go get your wand, life has a tune for you.

Love
Lady Jane
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Melanie58 Premium
Hi Janie,

Thank you for this wonderful post. I just love it!!!

I can certainly relate to it, as I have had numerous musical experiences in my life, both in the audience and on the stage, under the conductor's baton.

What amazes me is that I have heard an orchestra full of mostly very mediocre talent perform as well as some of the top professional symphony orchestras, when sitting under the baton of a skilled and confident conductor. One who knew how to inspire and bring out the very best in the musicians--much more than they even knew they had to give.

I have thought long and hard about this. It suggests to me that we can all do amazing things in our lives, even when we don't think we have much of great value to work with--in ourselves or in the world. We can all accomplish so much more than we realize and do more with what we already have than we can even begin to imagine.

We all need to form our own "orchestra" and have the instruments tuned to the "A" that is vibrating in our hearts. And when we lead our orchestra with confidence, the music of life will always be inspired and every performance we deliver, in any endeavor we pursue, will be a great success!

Thanks for inspiring me and reminding me of these things!

Melanie
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JanieTH Premium
Hi, Melanie!!
Thank you so much for your deep comment and sharing your experience! I guess we are the only here on WA with that kind of experience and it makes me very happy that you can relate and even lift me up today. I needed this for a lunch concert I don't feel in the mood to give. Now I will get up and prepare,
Thank you,
Love
Janie
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DynamicSteve Premium
this wonderfully composed concerto of inspiration and information hit exactly the right note and was music to my ears!

Sorry to repeat something you may have read from me elsewhere, but like all the greatest pieces it often sounds better after another listen...

To continue the orchestral analogy one stage further we should all view our current journey toward learning, new skills and our very health, wealth and happiness with the perspective of Dr Wayne Dyer and his now, famous quote...

"Don't die with your music still in you"

That quote has always resonated deep within me and your wonderful post reminded me of that very much.

May your future be filled with beautiful music accompanied by lots of flutes, fun, friends and Tira Mi Su, ((that may not make sense to everyone haha))
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JanieTH Premium
Thank you so much for this wonderful response!!
Couldn't have hoped for a better one.
Your words deeply resonate with my tune and I wish you to let all your music out to accomplish something awesome!!
All the best wishes from the heart,
Love
Janie
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AlexEvans Premium
Creating that theme song, the one we can sing and play every night for the next 50 years and never grow sick of can be one of life's little challenges.

We are definitely in creation central surrounded by friends who are definitely giving it a good crack.

Great analogy, Lady Jane, our words are a symphony in the making.
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JanieTH Premium
Our life's soundtrack! That's nice. And very difficult. Maybe it can vary along life time and grow!
Thank you so much for your beautiful comment,
I'm honored you enjoy the analogy.
Music to everyone!
Love
Lady Jane
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Jules73 Premium
Lady Jane this is a wonderful post and all I heard was tones of classical music...I have no earthly idea how to play an actual instrument...

BUT I love to sing and take great pleasure from choir practice and performances regardless of my audience size. The feeling is indescribable and so uplifting 🎶 connecting with my inner source 🎶

I love your vibe dear girl...keep on playing! Jules
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JanieTH Premium
Thank you so much, Jules!! Singing in a choir is magic. So beautiful to mix your inner voices with those of the others and create something that can't be described in words.
I hear you🤩
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Aussiemuso Premium
You have a wonderful way with words Lady Jane. I can tell this inspiration comes from your life in orchestras and what you say is so true.
We are all our own conductors creating the music we hear in our hearts. I love that you shared this insight with us here in the community.

You are a shining star for us to follow. 🌟🌟🌟🌟
Love and hugs
Princess Lily 🥰💕
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JanieTH Premium
My dear muso princess!!
Your words are so kind and loving, thank you so very much.
I knew you would understand 🎶
How is the preparation for the big event with no rehearsal going?
And the reparation after the bushfires?
I hope life is generous with you 💕
Love
Janie
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Aussiemuso Premium
Goodmorning gorgeous, the smoke from the fires is ongoing and still new fires but we are ok.

I am very nervous about singing with this new swing band in two weeks without a rehearsal but I'm choosing songs they should know and will see the band leader and ask his advice on the selection and give him the charts for the band. It will warn them ahead of time. It is done as a test of the singers skills (not a pleasant one)

I often feel like a trapeze artist flying without a net in these gigs. Everyone assumes it will turn out perfect (just like magic) .
It all depends on how good each band member is. Having 40 years experience doesn't always help but can be exhilarating. You really have to tune (no pun intended) into each other within minutes of getting on stage. A distinct challenge!!

I'll keep you posted.😂
Love and hugs
Princess Lily 🥰💕
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JanieTH Premium
I know exactly what you mean. And it is true, most of the time we make it and we make it seem easy too. But the reality is an enormous roller coaster and the possibility to not fit in, the moment or the people. It is not automatic.
It seems easy when it is well done, but it surely requires a lot of mental energy. It can be exhausting, but also so rewarding.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you my friend and dear muso princess,
Love
Lady Jane
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