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New podcast, BLISS, will start next month!

26 Feb

I’m starting my new podcast, Bliss. On this show I’ll invite guests from healthcare and social welfare communities to discuss various topics ranging from music therapy to spirituality. The show will be in Japanese, but I’ll write a summary in English and share it with you on this blog. The show will start next month!

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Happy New Year!

11 Jan

Have you had a restful holiday season? I’ve spent much of the holiday at home, following the Japanese new year tradition: cleaning, cooking, and reflection. I hope you’re staying warm.

My goal for this year is to start my podcast, Bliss. The show will be in Japanese, but I’ll write a summary of each show and share it with you. My hope is to give you an idea about what is happening in the field of healthcare and music therapy as well as social issues in Japan.

Wishing you a new year filled with peace, happiness, and health.

BLISS: New Podcast

15 Dec

I’m starting a podcast called Bliss. On this show I’ll invite guests from healthcare and social welfare communities in Japan to discuss various topics ranging from music therapy to spirituality.

Last month I’ve started a crowdfunding campaign to fund the project. The site doesn’t have language support, but if you’re interested in supporting the project, please let me know.

▼ Learn more
https://camp-fire.jp/projects/view/47413

▼ Guests

♢ Jun Chiba (Doctor)
♢ Kei Okada (chaplain)
♢ Noriko Nakamura (Music Therapist)
♢ Kana Okazaki (Music Therapist)
♢ Noriyuki Katsumata (Doctor)
♢ Tetsuya Hirasawa (speech therapist)
♢ Yuki Arai (Researcher)
♢ Kuninori Chida (Music Therapist)
♢ Kazuko Mii (Music Therapist)
♢ Junichi Koeda (doctor)
♢ Ren Ohnishi (NPO Moyai Director)
♢ Jun Kawauchi (Social Worker)
♢ Yuki Masuyama (Music Therapist)
♢ Hisako Nakayama (Music Therapist)
♢ Taketoshi Ozawa (Doctor)
♢ Shinichi Nakamura (Doctor)
♢ Kiyoe Sato (Nurse)
♢ Yuji Igari (Music Therapist)
♢ Koichiro Shougaki (Validation Teacher)
♢ Rika Ikuno (Music Therapist)
♢ Haruyuki Kasuda (Doctor)
♢ Hirotaka Isse (Dentist)
♢ Yoshimasa Takase (Doctor)
♢ Yuri Iwamoto (Nurse)
♢ Takaharu Azekawa (Doctor)
♢ Kayo Ikeda (Clinical Psychologist)
♢ Keiko Chida (Director of End of Life care Association of Japan)
♢ Seiji Kokawa (Doctor)

The name of the show comes from one of my favorite sayings:

“Follow your bliss.
If you do follow your bliss,
you put yourself on a kind of track
that has been there all the while waiting for you,
and the life you ought to be living
is the one you are living.
When you can see that,
you begin to meet people
who are in the field of your bliss,
and they open the doors to you.
I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid,
and doors will open
where you didn’t know they were going to be.
If you follow your bliss,
doors will open for you that wouldn’t have opened for anyone else.”

― Joseph Campbell

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