Okay, first, I do not hate singing bowls!!! I love them. But I recently had a couple of people to whom I introduced them tell me they couldn’t stand the sound. One said the sound hurt her heart and another woman said she found them irritating. After I picked up my jaw from the floor […]
Har! Sound of the Universe
Yogi Bhajan, responsible for bringing Kundalini Yoga to the West, taught a very powerful meditation using the syllable of “HAR”. I’d like to share it with you. First put your hands together in front of you, back to back like a reverse “Namaste” or prayer pose. But then let them relax and curl in toward […]
Vocal Play: Spring Cleaning!
Every Spring, many minds turn to the practice of spring cleaning, clearing out the closets, dusting in all the nooks and crannies of a home, and making things sparkle! Why not do the same inside? Our bodies and minds could use a good cleansing after this rather challenging winter, don’t you think? Winter is typically […]
Edgar Cayce Sound Healer ?
“Know All Healing Forces Are Within, Not Without” ~Edgar Cayce Known as the sleeping prophet, Edgar Cayce, was a highly psychic individual in the late 18 and early 1900’s. I have known about Cayce for sometime, though my knowledge is limited. For example, I owe my caster oil pack practice and rose water and glycerine […]
The World of Sound Therapy Part III: Tibetan Instruments
What’s with the Bells? The Tibetans are masters at healing with sound therapy. Tibetan bells, ting-shas, the shang, gongs, and other instruments are used to shake up the energy in the body and dispel disease, shift stagnated energy, or fill the body with healthy vitality. For example, ting-shas are special bells used to scan the […]
The World of Sound Therapy Part I
What’s It All About? As our lives become ever more complicated and the world around us continues to change at breakneck speed, more and more people are seeking different and deeper ways to connect and return to wholeness. The field of sound therapy, while ancient in its roots, is just now emerging into the mainstream […]