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What do you know about Gregorian Chant and other forms of chanting? Regardless of your awareness, experience, or knowledge about chanting I hope you will consider making it a regular part of your energy psychology maintenance, mental health, and mindset program for your overall health and wellness. With so many people feeling sad, sick, stressed, and struggling this is an excellent opportunity to look at easy, effective, efficient, and free methods to help people enhance their emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Gregorian chant and other chanting practices offer amazing benefits as unique forms of energy psychology because chanting is something easy to do any place and any time you could benefit from an energetic boost. Chanting can help you improve your emotions, energy, and enthusiasm which will improve your behavior, feelings, and thinking quickly and simply. Adding some Gregorian chant or other chanting to your daily maintenance program can significantly improve your happiness and health. How great will it feel to reduce your stress, struggles, and suffering by chanting or listening to chanting?

Whether you have or have not given Gregorian chant or other chanting a try now might be a great time to test-drive chanting to determine the benefits of this energy psychology program. This blog will highlight the benefits of Gregorian chant and other methods of chanting to encourage, inspire, and motivate you to give it a go for 21 days and see what it can do for you. Imagine how fantastic it would feel to discover something this easy, fast, and simple for supporting your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.

Energy Psychology is the process of accessing many different alternative and complementary performance systems to enhance the way your body, mind, and spirit perform. Accessing the energy psychology technique of Gregorian chant or other chanting modalities can have a direct benefit for your happiness, health, and lifestyle. If you have not heard about the benefits of chanting you are not alone and today may be your jackpot and lucky day because chanting is easy to add to your daily support schedule. With an open mind and willingness to add chanting to your day, you can tap into a concept that has been used for thousands of years.  This blog is dedicated to sharing small steps you can take to reboot, rejuvenate, restore, and revitalize your body, mind, and spirit. Chanting is easy to do and easy not to do depending on your belief systems that either help you or hinder you.  There are many forms of energy psychology and Gregorian Chant and other chanting styles that can support your journey to staying happy, healthy, and in harmony.

Today’s blog on energy psychology is focused on tuning into the benefits of Gregorian Chant and chanting at the quantum energy level. Energy psychology is the art and science of boosting your conscious and subconscious higher intelligence powers. At a quantum physics level, all of our cells can benefit from the energy, frequency, and vibration that chanting emits. Chanting helps our cells be better tuned for communication, cooperation, and coordination. Our creator gave us access to a wide variety of energy psychology techniques for happiness, health, and healing. Remember chanting is easy, effective, efficient, and almost effortless to do or listen to so why not just do it and see for yourself?

The passion and purpose of Morningstar NEWS are to help people with education, information, inspiration, and motivation to access more energy psychology strategies for peak performance and personal growth. Gregorian chant and chanting are safe and simple strategies to support a healthy and healing lifestyle. Using energy psychology principles like chanting may act like a tuning fork (another energy psychology technique) to help your body, brain, and spirit be happier and healthier.

Gregorian chant. (2023, June 10). In Wikipedia.

Gregorian chant. (2023, June 10). In Wikipedia.

Gregorian Chant

Gregorian chant is often linked to the Roman Catholic church and is often referred to as Old Roman Chant. Gregorian chant is the profound process of chanting prayers, scripture, songs, stories, and words for spiritual celebration, enlightenment, praise, and reverence. Gregorian chant is typically done in Latin but is also performed in other languages. There are many different forms and methods of Gregorian chant that have been created. Gregorian chant can impact and influence a person in several ways like a direct transfusion of awareness, bliss, calm, energy, grace, gratitude, information, intention, mindfulness, and revitalization within your body, mind, and spirit. You really must experience it firsthand over several different forms, locations, and times to feel the deep sense of comfort, connection, and consciousness it offers t the listener.


Chanting has been around for thousands of years and has been practiced by many different cultures. Chanting can be any combination of celebration, prayers, songs, sounds, or words that evoke higher levels of awareness, consciousness, spirit, or thought. Chanting has been developed and evolved to create an altered level of awareness, bliss, communion, consciousness, deep thought, energy, focus, gratitude, health, intuition, oneness, praise, spirituality, and tribal group celebration. Many people believe that chanting is a form of sacred sound. Did you know that chanting, humming, and singing can reset your vagus nerve from sympathetic (stressed) to parasympathetic (relaxed)?

People have experienced profound benefits from chanting, such as feelings of bliss, calmness, gratitude, higher consciousness, mental clarity, oneness, relaxation, stress reduction, and tranquility. Some of the many traditions of chanting include:

  • African chant
  • Buddhist chant
  • Byzantine chant
  • Frankish chant
  • Gallican Rite
  • Gregorian chant
  • Hindu chant is often called Vedic chant and is often linked to mantras.
  • Jewish chant
  • Middle East or Mozarabic chant
  • Native American chanting might be heard and observed at a pow-wow or sweat lodge. At a pow-wow, they combine chanting, dancing, and drumming.
  • Pacific Island chanting
  • South American chanting
  • Tibetan chanting
  • Zen Buddhist chanting

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Call to Action

Most people can benefit from integrating energy psychology and Gregorian chant and other forms of chanting in their life consistently. Doing so has been attributed to improving a person’s energy, longevity, and vitality. Consider making Gregorian chant or other chanting an integral part of your healthy lifestyle.

Helpful Hint

Remember, our emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being depends on our belief systems and the biology of our beliefs. Begin taking small steps each day to make chanting part of your body, mind, and spirit maintenance and wellness programs. Your enhanced energy, immunity, longevity, and vitality will be signs that Gregorian chant and chanting can help your happiness and health. Like with meditation, it is best to find a peaceful and quiet place to listen to Gregorian Chant or practice other forms of chanting. Caution: Avoid playing Gregorian chant or other chanting while you are driving a vehicle or operating equipment or machinery since it can sedate your alertness, awareness, emotions, reactions, and responsiveness to the conditions.

Passion for People & Planet

The passion and purpose of Morningstar NEWS are to condense hundreds of hours of reading and research down to two minutes of education, information, and inspiration. This blog serves as a constant reminder to access your energy psychology with Gregorian chant and other chanting to support your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.

“No man, however civilized, can listen for very long to African drumming, Indian chanting, or Welsh hymn singing, and retain intact his critical and self-conscious personality”. – Aldous Huxley

“Chanting puts you in harmony with the quantum universe and vibration of eternity.” —Michael Morningstar

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