The beginning of Indivinity was something that neither of us expected. What started out as an opportunity for Caroline Rena DeBolt, a Life Leadership and Spiritual Coach working in the area of High Conflict Divorce and Alienation, to hold a Support Group in Noel Neu’s office. Noel is a Licensed Psychotherapist, in the state of Florida. He agreed to let her use the space for the group.
And then something shifted.
It all started the second time they met, Caroline asked Noel if they could sing cover songs together because it turned out that he was a musician as well as a therapist. She was excited because she had always wanted to sing and her life’s journey took her away from doing it.
He agreed and they played covers for about 20 minutes. Noel shared that while it was fun to do cover songs, it’s more fun writing a song, and then said, “Do you want to see how I write one?” Caroline said, “Sure,” and was listening to him play the chords and vocalize the melody using sounds instead of words, when she started hearing the actual words to a song.
She grabbed a piece of paper and started writing and that was all it took.
An hour and a half later, their first song, Long and Lonely Road came to be.
The name Indivinity is derived from a combination of thoughts, as an inspiration of going beyond this life’s routines and challenges into the soul-level experience. Finding that our true purpose is Being Within the Divine and the Divine is Within, hence the name Indivinity located inside the Infinity symbol.
Our intention for this project is to communicate and connect through songs to help ourselves and others in healing. Music can either be healing or add to our pain. The notes, when they are played, dive deeply into the body and connect with our cells. The vibration of a peaceful and loving song is what heals. Words that speak of peace, joy, love, connection, etc. is what completes the circuit and is an added dimension.
We invite you to listen, feel, and feed your heart and soul so you can bring peace to your life and the planet.