Sacred moments occurring in psychotherapy has been described as specific life-changing moments of trust and boundlessness that can be remembered years after and that positively influence health and the effectiveness of therapy. Music seems to be a vehicle that supports the contact with spirituality seen in a broad sense, hence, in music therapy there might be a specific opportunity to create and embrace spiritual experiences. This article will explore the phenomenology of sacred moments as they appear in Guided Imagery and Music therapy seen in the light of case examples: how does the client experience a sacred moment, how can it be understood and integrated, and what impact does it have in the life of the client? It is also discussed whether practices of music and imagery can be applied in education and pedagogy.
|Tidsskrift||Approaches. Music therapy and special education|
|Status||Udgivet - 2019|