R.E.S.T. Music

by | Apr 27, 2024 | Music Therapy | 0 comments

Virginia Dixon – CEO of R.E.S.T. Ministry

By Steve Rees

This past week I have spent an amazing time with a wonderful ministry called R.E.S.T. (Relational, Emotional, Spiritual Truth) which was inspired by Virginia Dixon – www.theplaceofrest.com We did an interview in December, in which we started comparing notes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7bkhT1hXHA&t=422s
One of the most inspiring stories comes from the work Virginia Dixon did with a young woman many people know as Nightbird who performed on America’s Got Talent, where she received the Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZJvBfoHDk0

The team at R.E.S.T. created a video chronicling the transformation of Nightbird’s life of disease and chaos into one of hope and positivity. One of Nightbird’s amazing statements occurred at the AGT judge panel when she said, “You can’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before you decide to be happy.” She did eventually succumb to the cancer that was racking her body, but not until she had made her incredible contribution to the joy of millions of people around the world. Here is her story.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLbnh9FKSUw

The work that Virginia is doing is amazing. As I went through her program to try and understand its approach, I was impressed to hear her tell me about how she had discovered that everything she was doing was based on the numbers 3, 6, and 9. She had noted the patterns early on as she developed the program and wrote the protocols and explored the mathematical precision within.

For instance, a healthy marriage relationship is made up of a husband, a wife, and their Creator. There must be a higher authority to which each appeals for direction and stability. This is represented by a vertical axis. Along with that is the relationship between each of the partners. This is the horizontal axis. Each of these axis must be in balance and this balance keeps chaos at bay. When this balance is disrupted, chaos ensues. A visual of this relationship is the triangle, which is 3 sided and has 3 points, thus the number 3.
At some point, she was introduced to Nicoli Tesla’s work and was surprised to find that he had identified the importance of the same numbers. Nicoli Tesla is best known for his invention of the alternating current or AC that powers most homes today. Lesser known is the fact that he invented many things that are still classified with the U.S. Government. One of his most famous statements was, “If you only knew the magnificence of the numbers 3, 6, and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.” https://allthatsinteresting.com/nikola-tesla-facts That is the quote that got Virginia’s attention.
Virginia also told me that she was using my Calming Harp music with all her clients. She said that the music facilitated their recovery, and she was studying new ways to apply the music for even more forms of therapy. She believes that the music is somehow synergistic to the therapies she is applying.
One of the things I have discovered about the music that I am working with is that the notes or frequencies in the ancient Hebrew Text of Numbers, chapter 7 are also based on the numbers 3, 6, and 9. Without going to go into details and mathematics, each of these frequencies are repeated 4 times between the 12th and 83rd verse and the numbers 3, 6, and 9 are repeated 8 times throughout the same verses found in the text of Numbers, chapter 7. If you want to hear a talk I did explaining these numbers in more detail, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1hTrX_iL0E&t=155s
Further work into these frequencies and where they are found in the Hebrew text of Numbers, chapter 7 found an impressive link between each frequency and each piece of furniture in the wilderness tabernacle that Moses had been instructed to build. The purpose of the tabernacle was to essentially provide a mechanism for bringing people out of chaos into balance in their lives. Here is a link to a video that explores each of these frequencies and its piece of furniture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAprnc5D0S8
If you would like a free copy of a PDF, I put together that describes the journey through the tabernacle you can get it from my website: https://calmingharp.com/product/frequencies-of-the-tabernacle/
The main action steps or stations – performed at each piece of furniture in the tabernacle were designed to lead a person through the process of recognizing what was hindering them in their lives and then bringing that “thing” to the tabernacle to be dealt with appropriately. As each of the stations was addressed, the transformation back to balance was facilitated until the complete restoration was accomplished at the final piece of furniture or station.
As Virginia and I discussed each of these stations that were performed in the ancient times of Moses, she excitedly pointed out that the process she was working with was the same. Each of the stations was a mirror image of the processes that she was taking her clients through in their journey to restoration and healing.
I believe that the importance of this intersection of two completely different disciplines is a testimony to the causality and design of the world around us. The closer we look at our world, especially the natural world, we will see such intricate designs and even mathematics revealed.
Consider the spiral of a pinecone, or a shell, or a galaxy in space. Each of them follows a mathematical equation so precise that it has been given a special name, The Golden Mean. If you go to YouTube, and search out Golden Mean, you will find hundreds of videos describing this amazing mathematical phenomenon.
I remember watching a video of Michio Kaku, a physicist working out what is known as “String Theory” which he believes will eventually be able to explain how gravity works. In this video he made a statement that stuck with me. He said, “If you want to understand the mind of God, you need to think mathematically.” He went on to describe the incredible precision in the natural world and universe and then made another statement. “If there is such an amazing design in all that we observe, then there must be a designer.”
As I contemplate the intersections of these various disciplines, it is no accident that numbers 3, 6, and 9 show up in each. If there is a designer, and the designer is a mathematician, then it stands to reason that the designer would coordinate these various branches of design with repeating number patterns.
Our journey with R.E.S.T. music follows a path that is carefully laid out. Just like the order of our Universe which has been carefully designed so that if we follow the ancient path, we will rest our souls and avoid chaos.
The author of an ancient text once penned, “Stand at the crossroads and see, and return to the ancient pathway. And you shall find rest unto your souls.” May we all find that R.E.S.T.

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