Song of the New Earth – Deluxe Edition

Tom Kenyon and the Power of Sound

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ISBN: 978-1-58270-567-5
Run Time: Film 88 minutes, bonus material 127 minutes. Total Run Time: 215 minutes.
English and Spanish subtitles
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Special Features: Extra scenes and Tom Kenyon teachings and tonings.

Song of the New Earth – Deluxe Edition

Tom Kenyon and the Power of Sound

Song of the New Earth profiles the ardent quest of sound healer, psychotherapist and sonic shaman Tom Kenyon to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through the power of sound. His rare ability to brilliantly decipher the healing science of sound results in a mesmerizing, and transformational documentary feature film.

This Deluxe Edition includes the original feature film plus over 2 hours of Tom Kenyon's teachings and tonings. Runtime: 208 minutes.

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  • Published on November 11, 2014.
  • From an award winning production team including Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game, Miramax), editor Eric Frith (Eden), New York Times animator Drew Christie and Producer Betsy Chasse, (co-producer for What the Bleep Do We Know!?).

    Run Time: Film 88 minutes, bonus material 127 minutes.
    Total Run Time: 215 minutes.

    Run Time: Film 88 minutes, bonus material 127 minutes.
    Total Run Time: 215 minutes.

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Song of the New Earth profiles the ardent quest of sound healer, psychotherapist and sonic shaman Tom Kenyon to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through the power of sound. His rare ability to brilliantly decipher the healing science of sound results in a mesmerizing, and transformational documentary feature film.

As an aspiring country musician, Kenyon was on way to fame and fortune in Nashville when a series of mystical experiences rocked his world. Desperate to understand his experience, he fervently dove into the study of neurophysiology to explain his unexplainable spiritual insights and continued his search through studying Tibetan Buddhism, Yoga, Taoism, mystical Christianity, Shamanism, Egyptian alchemy and more.

From his home in the San Juan Islands to Tibetan nunneries in the Himalayas, from cathedrals and mysterious caves in southern France to the golden-chandeliered symphony halls of Vienna, Song of the New Earth explores the cutting edge scientific research proving that sound shifts brain states and can promote dramatic healing not only for ourselves but for our precious planet earth. With his wife Judi, often by his side, Kenyon explains how sound vibration speaks to our souls and bodies by opening a door that bridges our cognitive thinking; catapulting us towards insights into the miraculous. A transcendent, celestial experience that transports viewers through Kenyon’s rare, divine gift.

From an award winning production team including Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game, Miramax), editor Eric Frith (Eden), New York Times animator Drew Christie and Producer Betsy Chasse, (co-producer for What the Bleep Do We Know!?).

This Deluxe Edition includes the original feature film plus over 2 hours of Tom Kenyon's teachings and tonings. Runtime: 208 minutes.



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“A Heartfelt and stimulating documentary.”

John Hartl
Seattle Times

“A first-of-its-kind film that will give you both a sound bath experience and cinematic story all in one! Tom Kenyon is a musical genius and his story was completely enthralling to watch, especially his spiritual experiences set to animation. Your whole body might glow after you watch this film.”

Kate Neligan
The Huffington Post