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There have been timeless musicians throughout history whose hands seem to be guided by unseen forces. Possessing unexplainable musical genius, the exquisite beauty of their songs have delighted and mystified audiences the world over, somehow connecting us closer to heaven. Peter Sterling is one such musical treasure. Devoted listeners over the years have consistently reported greater peace, spiritual visions, and even miraculous healings while listening to Peter's heavenly albums, suggesting the astonishing potential of his uncanny musical gifts. His unusual and inspiring story truly began during a series of life-altering divine encounters while living outdoors in the peaceful solitude of Sedona, Arizona's Red Rock canyons. Spending countless hours at its sacred vortex sites practicing yoga and meditation amidst the brilliant scenery and vast silence, Peter one day experienced a genuine spiritual vision of angelic beings in a heavenly choir surrounding him. In this profound vision, Peter saw himself strumming a harp and allowing divine music to flow through him. Although Peter showed considerable musical talent as a child, having played the piano by ear and then dabbling with the flute and guitar over the years, music had not been a prevalent part of his life. Overwhelmed by the grandeur of this angelic experience, Peter waited for the next series of synchronicities to guide his choices.Only a week later, Peter happened to meet an accomplished harpist who was selling a Celtic harp. Quickly acquiring the instrument and receiving one brief music lesson, Peter retreated back to the canyons where he humbly beseeched the heavens atop a red rock peak to allow the music of the harp to flow through him. Almost immediately his prayers were answered as he began to instinctively strum chords and simple melodies. "It was as if my hands knew what to do,"
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