Category: #WallOfSound



Emotional Intelligence & Resonance in Our Relationships

In the 21st Century, there is a growing voice that proclaims that emotional intelligence is more important than a high IQ.
Prof. Richard Boyatzis is a lead figure in the study of Intentional Change Theory in leadership and management at Case Western Reserve. As part of his Coursera course in the video below, he talks about a variety of ways in which emotional intelligence can be used to harness resonance in our relationships. He focuses on the professional environment, however the same strategies can be employed on a more personal level.


Take a look at the following to learn a little more about nature in the UK.
Woodland Trust
Canal & River Trust
Wildlife Trusts
Orchard Network
Common Ground

50 Things to Do Before you’re 11 3/4

Click HERE to find out more and get involved! Let us know how you get on using #WallOfSound.


Nature has a profound impact on our mental health. Watch the video below then click HERE to find out more.


Check out in order to explore nature with surveys and other activities.

Wild Things

David Bond’s Project Wild Thing is a movement designed to get kids outdoors and playing, rather than being stuck in perpetual screen-time.


Bjork‘s Biophilia project combines aspects of science, technology, creativity, music, and education.

“Biophilia: A love for nature in all her manifestations. From the tiniest organism, to the greatest red giant floating in the farthest realm of the universe. With Biophilia comes a restless curiosity, an urge to investigate and discover the illusive places where we meet nature. Where she plays on our senses with colours and forms; perfumes and smells.”

Numbers in Nature

Our Furious Oceans

“The SEA LIFE Trust is working globally to protect the world’s oceans and the amazing marine life that lives within them.”



The science of sound really is fascinating. Here is a video that explores aspects of sound science in a really creative way.
Although ‘Wall of Sound’, is light and whimsical in concept – the context is deep-rooted. The theme of harmony alluded to within revolves around people working together in resonance. Thanks to the LIFELINES we helpfully try to create with good intention, this is nigh on impossible on a Global scale. In ‘Patterns of Harmony‘,  Battha questions the “complexity of all of nature’s components circulating in a never ending metamorphosis,” and its parallel reflection of “the human mind interpreting information through the senses.” The reaction to Patterns of Harmony raises awareness of our own minds’ reaction to the universe at large, possibly providing some insight into the relationships between the two.
Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Nordoff Robbins is a national music therapy charity dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults across the UK.” 
Jessie’s Fund is a UK charity helping children with additional and complex needs to communicate and express themselves through the use of music.”


New research from Brunel has led many leading practitioners to trial using music before and after surgery in order to reduce the need for medicated pain relief. The NHS gives a wider picture HERE.
The Power of Music

The Power of Music

The Power of Music

Playing a musical instrument has more of a positive impact on your development and growth than any other activity. The power of listening to and performing music is currently undergoing a huge resurgence in importance.

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The Voice

Music Production

Learn more about music production (including recording and mixing) with this Coursera course from Berklee.

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