How Worth of Souls is Healing People’s Pain
This article is sponsored by Worth of Souls. An uplifting spiritual album featuring local artists. Worth of Souls is healing people’s pain through the power of music. Whether it’s relief from depression, anxiety, or pain, Worth of Souls has the perfect spiritual song for you.
How Much Music Do You Hear on a Daily Basis?
Where do you hear it? what is it saying to you? Maybe music often is just background noise that occupies the space you’re in? Music is all around us. We listen to it in the car. We put it on at work to break the silence. It’s playing at the grocery store and other retail spaces, on our devices like phones and tablets, even in church. We hear it on TV, as part of our favorite shows.
How much attention do you pay it? Maybe you sing along to your favorite song when it comes on in the car, but is it really speaking to you? Music could help you more. Maybe music could give you strength on bad days when you feel your worth isn’t there anymore. It may sound too good or too easy to be true, but what if music could help relieve real problems. Maybe music could help in healing people’s pain. Maybe is could relieve your pain, help you battle your anxiety, or even make you stronger to stand up against your own depression?
How Can Music Help in Healing People’s Pain
With about 6.7% of the population of the United States struggling with some form of depression. And 18.1% struggling with some form of anxiety, it can be difficult to point someone to help. It’s been statistically shown though that music and music therapy actually helps some of the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and pain. And that’s exactly what Worth of Souls is.
What is Worth of Souls?
Worth of Souls is a new album that is designed to help uplift, and treat symptoms of pain, depression, and anxiety through a spiritual connection with God. The Worth of Souls Project and Worth of Souls band was founded by Paul Cardall a talented pianist who has released three No 1 Billboard albums, is a Steinway & Sons sponsored pianist and lay minister, and he founded Stone Angel Music which is one of the top-selling and highest streaming instrumental labels in the world.
Cardall founded Worth of Souls because he wanted to “reignite that fire [for God] that once burned in us so deeply.” Cardall wants to help in healing people’s pain through spiritual inspiration and uplifting music.
Featured Worth of Souls Artist: Sierra Lauren
Brought up in a musical household, Sierra Lauren says she can’t remember a time when music didn’t play a big part in her life. A classically trained pianist, her music career started with piano concerts at the age of 4 when she was initiated into the Suzuki style of piano instruction. By the age of 7, she was performing in concerts at venues no less prestigious than Benaroya Hall in downtown Seattle. At 14 she performed with the Suzuki masters in Matsumoto, Japan. After her mother sent her to a songwriting conference something sparked inside of her, and at 16 she decided to start recording some of her songs in the family studio
Sierra started recording music out of her family’s basement studio. She sent demos of her first two original songs, “Nightmares” and “There’s Still Love” to several studios in the Seattle area where she caught the attention of producer Eric Lilavois of London Bridge Studio. He encouraged her to write three more songs and release an EP. “True North” is the result.
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