Have you heard about the sound meditation and its benefits?
Sound meditation is an orchestration with the use of bowls, gongs, bells and other tools played by trained meditation musicians to help and guide you into meditative state. It is one of the oldest forms of healing and has been used by many cultures around the world.
The sounds and vibrations produced from the instruments have the ability to shift your energy to provide deep relaxation, feeling of inner calm and help burst your energy. The uses of therapeutic instruments being played in an intuitive way are effective and powerful tool for your mediation experience.
Here are some of the few benefits sound meditation has to offer:
- It quiets the mind.
- It helps to disengage your undesirable emotional, physical or intellectual habitual patterns.
- It relieves stress and promotes self-healing.
- Helps relieve and manage depression, insomnia, anxiety and panic attacks. It also helps access and release traumas.
- Helps bring self to calmness and inner peace and facilitate inner transformation.
- Promote mindfulness and self-awareness and ultimately improve self-worth and confidence.
- Improves focus, ability to listen and improve attentiveness.
- Helps improve dynamics and relationships with others. It promotes love, compassion and empathy towards others.
- It brings awareness to connect inner peace and outer reality.
- It helps gain clarity into your life’s questions and help uplifts your spirit.
The law of vibration states that every seen and unseen thing in our universe consists of energy that resonates and exists as a vibration frequency. Everything is vibrating and nothing rests.
It means every part of our body and everything around us has specific vibration and frequency and all the vibrations that surround us can have an effect on it. We are all connected. So when we do sound meditation, our body absorbs the frequencies and restores personal harmony.
Are you ready to try it out? Check out our calendars to see our sound therapy and mediation schedules. We hope to see you there.