In recent years, Sound Medicine has been making headlines. Instead of heading out to the pub on a Friday night, many people are now choosing sound journeys as a way to relax and unwind. To those who view music as
As my music path grows and touches the hearts of people everywhere, I am finding it more and more wonderful to connect with other artists, musicians, and carriers of the sacred in collaborating to create things that are more beautiful
Last night I had a disturbing dream, one of what I have come to categorize as healing dreams. These aren’t dreams where I feel that some archetypal message is coming through from my subconscious, but where I am asked to
I have yet to find much research or scientific knowledge around Sound Healing, and the Gong in particular, but this was an interesting short video to ponder! A woman’s blood was tested immediately before and after the 60 minute Gong
Here is another short video about the healing vibrations of the Gong. Enjoy!
This is a wonderful and insightful video sharing the perspective of Harijiwan, a Kundalini Gong Master player. Really looks into intention, vibration, and mantra in the practice of playing the Gong. Carve out a bit of time for this one!
For anyone who enjoys sound healing – in particular, the gong, Tibetan singing bowls, and tuning forks – this is a wonderful short documentary that really captures the essence of a sound healing journey. If you enjoy this, please check
Vibration creates everything in our reality! We all have experienced what it is like to go into a space of “good vibes” and leave feeling joyful and rejuvenated, as well as the opposite. There are many books and philosophies that
I’ve been drawn to sacred singing and music for some time but it remained a beautiful mystery to me, a magical gift that some amazing people on this planet are bestowed with, but which had been eluding me so far.