I learnt from the video that one of the things that the curriculum of wisdom school includes is a time of contemplative worship, which involves sacred chanting, at the beginning and end of each day.

I have noted that sacred chanting is universal as it is used in every spiritual tradition as a tool to unite two centres of learning – the centre of the heart and the centre of the emotions – with the vibrational intelligence of the body, and sound is composed of vibration and intention.

For example, the syllables and breath rhythms of gregorian chants have been shown to give nourishment to the spiritual bodies of the community.

It is also encouraging to know that chanting enables us to do self-exploration and work through the messages of pain and wounds we have been receiving by using our voice boldly, which opens up a whole new field of reconciliation and healing.