Tune of the Day for Friday 29 May 2020: Little Words by Takuya Kuroda

Takuya Kuroda’s Little Words today is a reminder of being mindful with your words and your expressions. Our words carry power whether they are spoken or written, and should be a reflection of who we are from within. Sometimes all it takes is few or little words to express what is needed in any given situation – anything more in all honesty is energy that can be best put towards something else. Having a voice is not so much about the quantity or volume of vocalising but that you are able to express yourself period and sometimes, the desire to say anything at all may not even be there. Therefore Little Words today is as much about being comfortable in the presence of your own silence as it is about expressing oneself with words, however little or many it takes for your inner being to express themself.

Takuya Kuroda

Tune of the Day is a divinatory series here on this blog where I share some musical vibes. Music is a very powerful tool with numerous messages to be gleaned from a tune, whether it’s got vocals on it or it’s purely instrumentals. It also has massive healing benefits too.

Whether you have an ear for music or are simply looking for divination of a different medium altogether, music most certainly moves us and offers guidance. And just like with tarot, music will have different meanings to different readers or in this case listeners. With each Tune of the Day I provide a general overview of some of the messages I’ve got from the track, but of course you may listen to it and get different signs or symbols. Enjoy!

Rosalind Medea is an Intuitive Reader and Counsellor. I enjoy music and I use it in my own life to raise the vibes, for the guidance it brings and for healing. 

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