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"Every Day Happiness" evolved from music that was created spontaneously on an electronic keyboard. The naturally flowing melodies were then orchestrated with the idea of preserving as well as enhancing the so-called "moment of creation" and recorded by an orchestra.

The resulting somewhat unpredictable melodies play to the imagination rather than confine one's sensibilities to a fixed rhythm, predetermined format or lyrics. They are also imbued with a creative spirit, so universal that everyone feels the happiness being expressed as their own. The relevance of the music, in our technology obsessed age, will be obvious when you listen and begin to sense your own humanity.

The centrality of the melodies also enhance the ability to focus which can be life changing, for many. As you listen to the music, your brain is absorbed in the flowing melodies, removing all distractions, allowing for only a single thought. This has been demonstrated in countless situations where the music has helped students with attention issues on an individual basis as well as in a classroom setting. It is also remarkable that autistic children respond to the music, considering that autism is thought to be the inability to distinguish one stimulus from another or quite simply sensory overload.

You can enjoy your own unfettered thoughts by listening to the music with any of the videos below. The experience should provide a quick and easy respite from the routine of your day. The site provides a 30 minute sample of the recent recording of "Every Day Happiness". You will soon be able to stream the full sixty minutes of music or simply order a CD.

We provide a simple guarantee. You will be happier when you listen to the music, especially once you realize that the happiness comes from within.

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  • Testimonials

     

    Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
    My 14 year daughter listens to Everyday Happiness and is able to sit alone and do her homework. John Lyons

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    Depression:
    I am slightly depressed and when I listen to the music, it is like the opening of a window or a door that lets the sunlight in. Jeanne Roberts

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    Heart Attack:
    My friend, who is so seriously ill, wrote that Everyday Happiness is easy on the ears, the mind, and the emotions. Ann Rubin

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    Stroke:
    The music helped bring me back because if I could hear it, I knew where I was. Charlotte Weber

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    Recovering from Breast Cancer
    I enjoy listening to the CD on my iPod while walking through the woods and feel more connected with nature. Jennifer Gordon

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    Work Situation:
    I find Everyday Happiness very soothing while I’m working. The melodies are very beautiful. Martha Gray

    It is also enhancing my creativity when I do my design work. Steve Brown

    Everyday Happiness did not make me jump for joy but it gave me a satisfaction with what I am doing while ironing. I felt satisfied with doing the work because the music added a dimension to the ironing. Other music would be totally pulling while Everyday Happiness allowed me to feel a sense of accomplishment. Now, I always associate the music with ironing and it has become a necessary part of my routine. Phil Feldman

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    Commuting:
    I find that Everyday Happiness enhances my commute. I am less stressed while driving and yet not sleepy. Brian Tilzer

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    Creative Thinking:
    I listen to Everyday Happiness every morning while I am on my exercise bicycle. It stimulates my creative thinking like no other music. Debbie Burmmitt

    I never thought of myself as creative until I listen to Everyday Happiness Cynthia Reynolds

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    Stress:
    Everyday Happiness totally de-stresses me as I go from a state of feeling rushed to being completely relaxed. The wonderful thing is that it all happens quickly and naturally without the use of drugs. Stacey Moskowitz

    I found the music to be very relaxing and easing the tensions of the day. James McCarthy

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    Reading:
    I listen to Everyday Happiness while reading because it provides the optimal background...better than silence and other kinds of music. Charles Worthy

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    Relaxation:
    The best therapy I have found to relax is Mood Elevating Music. Every afternoon around four, I put it on while I rest and unwind. The soothing melodies envelop me and I am off to dreamland. It is a must in my music library. Shirley Entous

    I took some time today to just stop and try to figure out why I like the music so much,considering I am not much of a music "LISTENER". The reason is because I always feel like music distracts my thinking process and clutters my mind.As a result,I never have a radio on in my home or car. "EVERYDAY HAPPINESS" is really the first type of music that I can listen to and instead of distracting me,it brings a sense of peace and calm. There is no predictable, controlling beat or rhythm that forces me to follow a pattern. I love that about the MUSIC!!! KAREN

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    Meditation:
    After difficult days of hard work and stressful situations, I like to get into my comfortable environment and meditate. The relaxing effect that I get while listening to this music helps soothe my emotional responses and brings me to the calm state of mind that I seek.
    Ron Jackson

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    Stress
    My car broke down on the highway and Everyday Happiness kept me calm until road service arrived. Alison Bloomberg

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    Yoga
    After practicing yoga in quiet solitude for over 20 years, I find that Everyday Happiness makes the experience more meaningful and personal.
    Robert Whiting

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    Comments from a prominent music therapist:

    The mind (right brain I would say) really goes into overdrive. This music is very good fuel for the imagination.

    One of the things I LOVE is that neither the lyrics nor the harmonic structure label what the song is supposed to be about or how you should feel about it…. much is open to interpretation, almost in the way a book can be more enjoyable than a movie because you are left to imagine the scene and the characters instead of being shown in an authoritative way what it is supposed to look like….this is truly freeing.

    It is certainly relaxing, centering, and as you say “mood elevating" but I don’t find it’s too sedating to listen to even after a long day at work when I might be tired on the way home. For me, it strikes a good balance between being soothing and stimulating, hard to define in words and almost has to be experienced.

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    Comments from a psychiatrist:

    The first thing I noticed about the music was that I could not analyze it….neither the rhythm or the melody lasted long enough for me to learn it, to Everyday Happinessorize it. My left brain just didn’t want to work. So the drifting of thoughts begins, assorted personal thoughts start to come into focus. Unlike daydreams, however, I can’t sustain the thought because I am distracted from it by occasional snatches of a bar or two that sound familiar, either the rhythm or the melody. That familiar sound quickly ends, however, allowing the drifting to begin again.

    In some ways it is like stage one sleep, in that, thoughts come and go quickly without much conscious effort, but I do believe that Everyday Happiness shuts off more cognitive function than does stage one sleep.

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