In a nutshell, sound healing uses the vibrations from various healing instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls, gongs and drums to facilitate relaxation of your mind and body. The way I will be using sound healing is to further support the release of trapped or blocked energy. To learn more, keep reading.
Although the use and practice of sound healing is not anything new, it may be new to you and I'm happy that you chose to continue reading - I hope that I can stay on track because there is so, so much to learn about this subject.
At a high level, sound has been used for hundreds of years if you think about it and how they bring healing aspects through chants, mantras, and singing. If we think about the music we choose to listen to, it makes us feel a certain with, right? Sometimes we listen to music to wake us up, to get us focused, or to slow us down. However you choose to use music, the same it’s the sounds and the energy emitted from those sounds that help us with our task at hand.
What I am sharing with you here are things that I have learned and have experienced as a student becoming a Sound Healing Practitioner. There is a plethora of information out on the internet and you can do all of the analysis and research you would like. What I am offering here is a series of questions and answers that explain things that I wanted to know about and have found meaningful. These are the things that also resonated with my beliefs in how healing works and what I sense would be of use to those that choose to receive from me, either as a Practitioner or as someone to learn from.