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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House UK; Pap/Com edition (3 May 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401926991
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401926991
  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 14.7 x 1.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Jonathan Goldman is an international authority on sound healing and a pioneer in the field of harmonics. He is the author of The 7 Secrets of Sound Healing, Healing Sounds, Shifting Frequencies and Tantra of Sound, winner of the 2006 Visionary Award for Best Alternative Health Book. Jonathan presents Healing Sounds Seminars throughout the world and is director of the Sound Healers Association and president of Spirit Music, Inc. in Boulder, Colorado. A Grammy nominee, Jonathan has created numerous bestselling, award-winning recordings and is a lecturing member of the International Society for Music Medicine.

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By Chirpychick on 30 Jun. 2015
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. S. A. Cardew on 22 Feb. 2011
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As a trained sound healer I've come across Goldmans work before. This book isn't really for the novice, even though it looks user friendly. Whilst a lot of the book imparts knowledge gleaned over a life time, and has some very interesting ideas,to be honest I glazed over a bit before the end. Subsequently I never got to grips with the CD, however, I might just have another go. Sometimes it's all about timing and maybe I wasn't in the right space for this book the first time around - we'll see.
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THE DIVINE NAME is Divine! 19 Mar. 2010
By Angela Benson - Published on
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A remarkable book! THE DIVINE NAME is the culmination of Goldman's over 30 years of research, study and teaching in the field of sound healing. It is the discovery of a universal sound that has extraordinary ramifications for us in terms of creating harmony on both a personal and a planetary level. The book is divided into 4 sections. The first tells the story of Goldman's discovery of the Divine Name. The second focuses on the power of sound--especially sacred sound--to heal and transform. The third section is a teaches the actual intonation of the Divine Name and utilizes an interactive-instructional CD that is included with the book. THE DIVINE NAME concludes with Goldman's perspective that this most powerful and sacred of all sounds can actually be used collectively to and positively effect global consciousness. Once the information in this well researched and documented book is presented, this hypothesis seems quite valid and real. In fact, THE DIVINE NAME may be one of the most important books written about an amazing discovery that has the potential of changing not only ourselves, but the planet as well. Goldman definitely went "out on a limb" to present this material and I'm grateful he did. As he tells us, as a universal sound composed purely of vowels, THE DIVINE NAME transcends religion, belief and culture. You don't need to have musical or singing talent to experience its essence. And once you do, you'll find this book is indeed a step-by-step process of vibrational activation that is life changing. THE DIVINE NAME is a must for anyone interested in conscious evolution.
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A Joyful Noise 19 July 2010
By Sandra Broome "the misfit witch" - Published on
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In The Divine Name, what you hear is what you get. The author literally teaches us God's name, literally--and it isn't Andy, as in "Andy walks with me, Andy talks with me;" nor is it God spelled backwards. I have to admit that I was a little skeptical about the book's claims at first. I've bought books before that promised to divulge life-altering, cosmic knowledge only to be left with a sense of loss of both my money and my spirit. I'm happy to say that The Divine Name delivered for me. Merely listening to the CD altered my perceptions even before joining in with the chanting. The mantras opened new channels of awareness for me I never knew I had. It was as if my consciousness had switched from analog to cable without the costly set-up fees. Once that heavenly reception came through there was no going back. By the end of the book I was ready to shave my head and join a monestary; then I remembered I was single and already living the lifestyle of a monk. Be that as it may, I found The Divine Name to be a truly divine read.
39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Missing something, something added? 25 Aug. 2010
By Dean Allen Levit - Published on
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I like this interesting book and CD, but for some reason the author insists on making the Divine Name fit his ideas, rather than the other way around. The hardest part to deal with is that the OOO-EEE-AAA-etc. *does* rather sound like the Yod and Hay of the Divine Name, but completely ignores the second half of the name, Va- Hay. The track just repeats Yod-Hay over and over again. Fear of pronouncing the Divine Name, perhaps?
Beautiful sound, well produced, but Mr. Goldman seems to fear going all the way with it.

Same thing on Holy Harmonies, which I like even better--but--he adds a "Shin" between Yod-Hay and Va-Hay and claims it's an ancient Messianic chant (for Jesus). And yet, in this case, he does use the consonants with the vowels, but for what? What comes out means nothing. I found that a little crass. Gregg Braden's idea, I suspect.

As a Jew who studies The Holy Books voraciously, as well as Kabbalah, it's *news* to me that adding a Shin into the Divine Name gets you the ancient name of Jesus, and I bet it would surprise millions of others as well - especially bible and Kabbalah scholars. It's pandering.

The chants would be perfect had he done the obvious. Sure, use the vowels, which feel right, but the consonants are also what the ear listens for after all these years of hearing the Name. He got it *right* -- then slid away from it. Used properly the Divine Name can be used for prayerful chant. There was really no reason to go this route, and what's left isn't really quite what it claims it is, if you listen closely. A great effort, but. I'm looking forward to listening to several other of his works, though. He's definitely got it. But will he give it?
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
A Compassionate Heart 13 Mar. 2010
By Annebancroft - Published on
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This book shines. The cover attracted me. The content is very worthy. It is a very deep exploration of the subject. Thank you Jonathan Goldman for writing Divine Name it is a treasure. I love your cd's and read other of your books you bring delight to the world. It is people like you who constantly are giving us all a lift along the way. Thank you! Ed Shapiro
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
There is definately something going on here 25 Jun. 2011
By bandazar - Published on
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I was skeptical about this book based on this description despite the fact that I would be considered one of those gullible types. Yes, there is definitely something to these books and exercises. The only issue is of what benefit/harm does activating your chakras with your voice do to you? The book claims that it tends to elevate consciousness and there have been some spontaneous healings.
I have no personally experienced either, but I have experienced something. I will say that it hasn't appeared to have changed anything about my life or health - and this would be the biggest criticism of this book. But it does seem to be doing something. And for this, I would probably recommend this book if you like to experiment on yourself (I personally do). And yes, I have seen this technique in perhaps one other book as well, as the author might have suggested.
Another thing I noticed is just by concentrating on the chakras and intoning the vibrations in the head, I feel something too, just not as powerful as if I do it with my voice...
What I suspect (and mind you I could be wrong), happens is that activating the chakras activates those properties of the chakras. So that activating the first chakra, for example, grounds you. Activating the 6th or 7th may increase your sensitivity to psychic impressions (guessing here). He goes about activating all of them in book to possibly balance them. Yes, there could be a downside to this.... I just can't think of it and perhaps he doesn't know either (does activating them also wear the chakras out, for example? doubt it, but is it possible?).
There is also one oddity that I experienced when doing the intoning for the first time using windows media player on my computer. Some of the colors and patterns that displayed while playing the CD seemed to match the chakra colors of the sound I was intoning (I say some of them, not all of them - but it happened enough times to be weird). For example, red for the 1st chakra (and it stayed red through all the intoning).. for the 2nd chakra it was mostly red, with a flash of orange, maybe some yellow, and green. For the 3rd, it was mostly red/green (it was supposed to be yellow, but I think I saw some yellow)... for the 4th, there was both red, pink and some green (but not enough to be impressive). The 5th chakra stayed crystal clear blue (weird). The 6th was purple and green. And the 7th was white... It happened enough times to be just weird.
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