A holistic approach to health, prevention, and disease management: Art, music, culture: the creative spark
For centuries the sounds created in different cultural contexts - from flutes, gongs, sound bowls, didgeridoos, classical orchestras, many other instruments, and musical genres - have helped countless people to achieve harmonic synergies of mind, spirit, and body. Valuable knowledge on sound and music has always been existent, often ethereal in character and sometimes unnoticed by the mainstream, however always in action. With the 21st century, research is rediscovering a growing amount of this knowledge, and also its relation to energy practices. Miriam understands herself as a modern archeologist, searching for wisdom in uncommon fields, and as a catalyzing messenger, through documenting and building knowledge in creative ways. Her mission is to help uncover the power of creative sound, music, and rhythms, harmonic phenomena in its ancient contexts, on the physiological and cellular level, and bridging it to modern applications for health and wellbeing. New applications are an intrinsic inspiration for Miriam. She has worked in clinical medicine, research, public health, music performance, and for a water structure company, as well as follows her interest in psychoneuroimmunology (microbiome), and biophysics (cell physics, biofield). As the Rishis already knew, the human body as a microcosm is in harmony with the universe as a macrocosm. If we understand and accept this dynamic, we will find a more harmonious and healthier life.
Miriam performs with the Gong as a catalyst for energy and electricity. She personally benefited from music as a source of energy - nothing new to those who play or love music. We all know it, under our skin. That spark and fire that starts with music is the inspiration our consciousness translates to sparks of life. She loves creating music that supports our wellbeing. As an Advisory SDG3 expert at the World Health Innovation Summit, she steps up for the integration of such knowledge and tools. And when talking of tools, she talks about transformational and creative tools for health and education; nurturing each other to create sustainable perspectives. Drawing from current research and also ancient knowledge, she works on the best version of herself to contribute with passion and competence to the development of wellbeing. Miriam believes in prevention as a key accelerator for both individual and societal performance, and thriving health systems.
Eco over Ego
Miriam deeply believes that communities are a driving force. Without her valued companions and mentors, she would not be where she continues today. She envisions a culture of reconnection, transformation, and conscious growth in education, health, and society. Tackling the global goals of wellbeing and societal development means understanding global dynamics from a holistic and transdisciplinary point of view. ME and WE, the ecosystem and the greater universe, we are a unity of microcosms in the macrocosm, and we are interdependent. The future starts with our visions.