The beauty of this moved me to tears. You’ve gotta watch it through to the end. Seriously. I watched it four times this morning!

High Vibe Song of the Day:

Nessun Dorma from Puccini’s Turandot
Sung by Tenor Rafael Rojas

Start Your Day on a HIGH NOTE!
Conscious Music for an Awakening World

This type of voice typically calibrates above 500 on the Map of Consciousness® as does opera and classical music. It’s incredibly powerful music to bring you into inner peace and appreciation for such beauty.

Tenor Rafael Rojas sings ‘Nessun Dorma’ from Puccini’s Turandot with the ladies of the Chorus of Opera North in Trinity Leeds — to the surprise and delight of shoppers!

Tenor Rafael RojasBorn in Mexico‚ Rafael Rojas studied at the University of Guadalajara‚ the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and the Royal Northern College of Music.

In 1995 Rafael Rojas took part in the Placido Domingo Competition where he was awarded the prestigious Domingo prize‚ followed by a personal invitation to sing El Gato Montes at the Washington Opera. Roles in this period include Alfredo‚ Nemorino and Rodolfo for Seattle Opera; Pinkerton at Glimmerglass‚ New York City and New Israeli Operas; Werther‚ Alfredo and Pinkerton for Boston Lyric Opera and Macduff and Ismaele Nabucco for Houston Grand Opera. His European début was made at the 1999 Bregenz Festival as Gustavo‚ conducted by Marcello Viotti. He returned to Bregenz as Rodolfo‚ a role he repeated for Opera Australia and Semperoper Dresden.


From Wikipedia:

Nessun dorma” (Italian: [nesˌsun ˈdɔrma]; English: “Let no one sleep”) is an aria from the final act of Giacomo Puccini’s opera Turandot (text by Giuseppe
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#LoveOpera Accompanied by the Orchestra of Opera North under Sir Richard Armstrong, as part of Opera North’s contribution to European Opera Days 2017.

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Enjoy this beautifully put together production from Opera North-2020: An Isolation Odyssey | 40 musicians play epic intro from Kubrick classic during UK lockdown

Sleep Composed by Eric Whitakers Virtual Choir 2.0 High Vibe Song of the Day (1)

Map of Consciousness® Calibration Range


The level of consciousness of the 500’s on the map is the land of LOVE, UNCONDITIONAL LOVE, and INNER JOY. It’s the truly powerful spiritual domain of non-linear truth. This is also the beginning of the Angelic Realm, the land of the Saint (570)  and Enlightened Leadership, which is rare in our world.

Listening to songs that calibrate in the 500’s and above can bring tears of joy and recognition of true beauty and love into your life.

The level of consciousness of PEACE and the beginning of true ENLIGHTENMENT IS 600.

To put this into greater context, only 15% of the people on the planet calibrates above 200 on the map. The consciousness calibration of the planet is around 207.

What is some other High Vibe Music in the 500s That We’ve Shared?

  1. Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 2.0 Singing Sleep
  2. The National Anthem with Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church
  3. How Deep Is Your Love by the Bee Gees
  4. Your Love is King by Sade
  5. Come Away with Me by Nora Jones
  6.  What a Beautiful Name by Hillsong Worship

High Vibe Song of the Da from The Mind Body Spirit Network

Intentions for Our Consciously Curated Songs of the Day

The Map of Consciousness Explained by Dr. David R. HawkinsOur intention for the High Vibe Tribe Song of the Day is to start your day off on a HIGH NOTE and put into context what “high vibe music” really is.

The consciousness calibrations of each song are based on research into consciousness, the life work of Dr. David R. Hawkins, as elucidated in his renowned Map of Consciousness® and book Power vs Force.

If interested in raising your level of consciousness and putting into a context where TRUE power really exists, check out the Your Weekly Dose of Higher Consciousness podcast here, or videocast on on YouTube here.

Dr. David R. Hawkins-Make your life a living prayer

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