An Exploration of Goth and Goth Adjacent Cultural Artifacts from an Irreverent Reverend

Spirituality, Music and Trauma: An Upcoming Public Lecture (not by me)

Actual title of lecture: WITH “SIGHS TOO DEEP FOR WORDS”: SILENCE, THE HOLY SPIRIT, AND MUSIC IN THE PROCESSING OF TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE

Click on Link to go to event page
https://www.regent-college.edu/about-us/events/event-details?event_id=1050&fbclid=IwAR05w4gA7s09QM12I_gesW7g7W0a-m6CN2lykgqA1Gw2JZWSoWZNu2aGz20

One of my most influential professors in seminary specializes in theology around Pneumatology (fancy word for study of the Holy Spirit), music and art. Her music of preference is Classical, so you likely won’t find any synthesizer or drum machines. You can check out Dr. Chelle Stearns bio here by clicking on this sentence.

This Lecture is livestreamed on YouTube on Monday, July 25, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. P.S.T.

Or you could probably catch it live if you happen to be in Vancouver, B.C. It’s held at Regent College on the UBC campus.

Watch the lecture here:

Or maybe you can watch it here? We’ll find out.

In the meantime, let’s consider what music has helped us process trauma.

Who doesn’t have trauma?

What songs or bands helped you process trauma or traumatic events? Let me know in the comments!

Let’s return to this space sometime after the lecture.

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