I have always been intrigued by the music, chanting, and rhythmic praying in most spiritual traditions. Sound has been an integral part of our spiritual experience for centuries. That curiosity is not what I had in mind the first time that I held a Himalayan Singing Bowl. I wanted to play it correctly. As my frustration grew, the more silent the bowl stayed. Until I surrendered myself to being present. And just like magic, the bowl started singing. I saw the vibrations expanding in the water and reaching my body. The sense of presence and relaxation was intoxicating.
Sound is an energy wave that interacts with all our body, not just our hearing. It travels at certain frequencies and interacts with each of our particles on their own frequency. This interaction results in an energy exchange at the most fundamental level of our body, triggering the release of hormones, electric changes in the brain, nerves, immune system, and other organs. The right combination of tones, rhythm, and harmonies can have a profound impact on the balance of systems resulting in an increased sense of wellness, the ability of the body to function better, and to repair any damage.
While there are many types of sound and music that are beneficial, I am partial to the Himalayan Singing Bowls. The built-in harmony and complex sounds of these bowls are very powerful. Specifically, the Shuniya tradition that I practice is basedin ancient healing traditions of Master Tibetan and Nepalese practitioners going back centuries. This sound healing experience transforms your state of self-awareness emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Whether through music, other styles of sound healing, or my Himalayan Singing Bowls, an intentional use of the energy of sound is a must-have of any holistic wellness program.
Here is a sample of me playing the Himalayan Singing Bowls, feel the sound frequencies that you connect with. Click here: Red 1 min (1)
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