The tetragrammaton is four Hebrew letters, YHVH, that spell the name of God. Removed from the Bible and Torah between 2-3 millennia ago out of fear of being blasphemous, the tetragrammaton is a word of unspeakable power, whose exact pronunciation is debated. Inspired by author Gregg Braden’s research on the “Divine Name” from his book “The God Code,” sound therapy pioneer Jonathan Goldman initiated his own exploration of the Divine Name and realized that it may be based solely on vowel sounds, resulting in a harmonic sound sequence. This program features Goldman singing this interpretation of the name against a backdrop of vibrations and harmonic sound. The result is a recording that will bring the listener profound healing and meditative potential

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