Success Stories

While working at the Street Sheet office in downtown San Francisco, Harmonic Humanity Co-Founder Joseph Jacques met a woman named Jennifer.  Jennifer was using our CD project to increase her income while she was in-between jobs.  He asked Jennifer if she would consider participating in the workbook that he wrote, entitled The Hero’s Game Book, which provides an in-depth journey into the growth and  development of one’s own character.  This workbook comes with a life coach that would guide Jennifer through new and powerful life themes and concepts. She said, “Yes!”

The Hero’s Game Book is a transformational guidebook that helps anyone feeling scared, stuck or victimized transform disempowering themes into courage, confidence and freedom. Teachings in the book help individuals to visualize their lives through the lens of Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey while offering principles in transformational education that can assist them in actualizing their goals. Through this educational process, Harmonic Humanity coaches and supports individuals embody the role of the hero in their own story.  A good friend and life coach Angelina Frost coached Jennifer for 42 days using The Hero’s Game Book.

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Angelina writes:
“I love Harmonic Humanity and the driving principles behind it.  I believe the client I coached, by using The Hero’s Game Book through the 42 days, benefited in many ways.  While we worked together, I saw Jen go from being a deadbeat mom, in recovery not only from drugs, but also from a slew of abusive relationships, not only with would-be lovers, but bosses, co-workers, etc…[sic] Transform into interviewing with multiple jobs, landing at least one of them, engaging a social assistance workshop series designed to support single moms who have to work,[sic] to taking the steps necessary to get her children back into her life. I do believe that others could benefit from having access to the [sic] The Hero’s Game Book, indeed, and would recommend it for those to better their lives and strengthen their hearts.”
Angelina Frost
Life Coach
Below is a link to our vendor testimonials from homeless vendors using the program to better their lives.
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Harmonic Humanity – Bringing Conscious Musicians Together

Jason Mraz, Luc & the Lovington’s and the “Freedom Song”

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After the release of our first Harmonic Humanity CD entitled Lovewins, Co-Founder Joseph J. Jacques handed Jason Mraz a music CD while attending Jason’s concert at the Berkley Bowl in 2010.  Jason listened to the CD and fell in love with the third song on it entitled “Freedom Song,” written by a Seattle artist / activist named Luc Reynaud and performed by his band Luc and the Lovingtons.

Not long after Mraz contacted Luc, the two became friends and ended up touring together, sharing the story of Harmonic Humanity and the work of Free The Slaves, an organization that Jason is passionate about. In 2013 Jason launched his album Love is a Four Letter Word and covered Luc’s “Freedom Song” as the first song, something he had never done before.  Below is a video of Luc and Jason talking about Harmonic Humanity, “Freedom song,” and Free the Slaves at an event in San Diego that Jason organized.

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We at Harmonic Humanity understand the power of sharing a good story.  To us, “Freedom Song” is a symbol, a message, and a sign that it’s time for you to embrace your FREEDOM, your passion, your truth, and your heroic journey.  This music is a symbol of what’s possible and demonstrates how a well-written and heartfelt conscious song can travel the world to heal, love, give, and pull the heartstrings of all who embrace its message. Thanks to Jerimiah Alexisis for the footage.