Quieting the mind To enable participants to disengage their undesirable habitual patterns (emotional, energetic, intellectual, and physical) To empower positive cognitive change Quitting anti-depressants and managing depression Considerable diminishing of anxiety and panic attacks To access and release traumas To bring the self into a state of inner peace and calmness To establish a stateContinue reading “The Main Benefits of the Sound Meditation”
From Alexandre Tannous
As we grow older, we confuse the map with the territory, and in doing so lose our living connection to the world, retreating ever deeper into Plato’s cave, increasingly encumbered by chains of our own making.
Judiciously listen to the overtones Become aware of the space between the overtones Explore the different register of these overtones Observe the varying modulation (wobble or beats) speed of the different overtones Listen to the sustain of the overtones and observe their decay at various points Listen to how the modulation of certain overtones isContinue reading “Techniques to Keep your Awareness on Sound”
The sound meditation technique employs the use of sound in a highly specific and specialized way, in a manner that can engender profound experiences of healing for the listeners engaged in the meditation. One might fairly ask, therefore: isn’t this the same as sound healing? Why call it sound meditation instead? Indeed, these are fairContinue reading “Why Not Just Call it Sound Healing?”
Here in the industrialized West of the 21st Century, most of us are constantly surrounded by the fruits of our increasingly advanced technology, gadgets large and small that just a few generations ago would have had our ancestors goggling with disbelief, if not accusing us of outright witchcraft. But for all the advancement of WesternContinue reading “Sound & Consciousness”
The sound meditation is an integrated practice that combines a shamanic ceremonial setting with an Eastern emphasis on breathing exercises and visualization. Specific musical instruments played during the meditation allow participants to use sound as a therapeutic tool to disconnect from discursive thinking and delve into a transcendental state. The goal is to enable participantsContinue reading “Sound Meditation”
This a recording of my primary Himalayan singing bowl set which consists of 12 bowls that took me many years to acquire, and they are almost entirely antique (dating back to the 15th c.) aside from a couple of contemporary ones. Made of a high quality bronze (an alloy of copper and tin) they areContinue reading “Himalayan Singing Bowls”