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Recent research has shown that music can have a profound effect on our bodies and psyche. There is a growing field of health care known as “music therapy”, which employs music to heal. Benefits have been found in using music to help cancer patients, children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) formerly known as ADD (attention deficit disorder). More recently, hospitals have begun to use music therapy to help with pain management to help ward off depression, promote movement, and calm patients.

Making music can be a very helpful way of expressing feelings and emotions that are difficult to say in words. A good music therapist is able to work with many emotions and help someone to release these through music in a safe and secure way. The music therapist can spend time with an individual or group, listening and responding sensitively to their music. Patient Stories.

People perform at their best when they are inspired and motivated. It encourages them to reach their full potential whilst living a more positive and fulfilling life. A number of studies have shown that we are more likely to climb up the corporate ladder or succeed in any venture when we are driven and exhilarated. The reason we don’t always find it easy to achieve our goals is because we lack self discipline, motivation, determination, belief or drive. The philosophical lyrics, affirmations and overall message of intonal are all intended to help you create, increase or maintain your motivation, to unleash your full potential!

We know that listening to music has the capability to affect our brain and make us feel better, that’s why so many of people enjoy a night out dancing or a weekend at a music festival. But today, many doctors now believe that it can also do much more. Emerging evidence suggests that it can bring about physical changes to the body which can improve our health. Impressive results from scientific studies have found that patients who listen to live music need less medication and can advance their recovery.

Personal development can be life changing. It brings a new sense of awareness. It can take you to places you never imagined and help you to achieve things you only dreamed of. It doesn't have to cost much. You can go to the library or buy second hand books. Have the courage to get in touch with who you really are. This is a huge part of succeeding in the game of life, and as far as happiness goes, you’ve got to know what it is that really makes you happy. Here are some classic and very popular books... visit baloani.com for a more extensive list.


The Success Principles - Jack Canfield

Unlimited Power - Anthony Robbins

The Success Puzzle - Bob Proctor

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success - Deepak Chopra

Handbook for the Urban Warrior - Barefoot Doctor

Manifest Your Destiny - Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

The Artists Way - Julia Cameron & Mark Bryan

The Complete Vision Board Kit - John Assaraf

The Power of the Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murphy

The Science of Getting Rich - Wallace D. Wattles

The Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale

It’s been suggested that music can reduce blood pressure, the heart rate and hormones related to stress. Music therapy is beginning to gain a scientific footing around the globe.

Within each intonal song, you will find life changing information which provides a convenient way of learning to reach your goals and be a success or simply reconnect with the expert knowledge and advice you may have enjoyed from some of the world’s best motivational books and coaches. Let our sound bring you inner peace, happiness and enjoyment. Allow the music to draw you into a thankful mood and guide your thoughts and feelings toward declarations of gratitude.

How to Win Friends & Influence People - Dale Carnegie

How to Use What You’ve Got to Get What you Want - Marilyn Tam

The Power - Rhonda Byrne

Infinite Possibilities - Mike Dooley

Let’s Get Off Our Buts - Peter McWilliams

11 Forgotten Laws - Bob Proctor

The Secret - Rhonda Byrne

The Strangest Secret - Earl Nightingale

As a Man Thinketh - James Allen

Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill

Eat that Frog - Brian Tracy