Himalayan Bowls Sound Healing / iash.us

Himalayan Bowls Sound Healing / iash.us I invite you to LIKE my page and experience the inner calm and transformational energies of the Himalayan Singing Bowls.

It is also called "Sound Massage". Singing bowls are a beautiful and powerful mystery. The beautiful sound transform spirit, soul and body,all at the same time. The method I am using originates from the Himalayas where the tradition goes back to ancient times. The beautiful rhythmic sound and vibrations of the singing bowls have a profoundly healing effect on the nervous system , which is in continuous communication whit every cell in the body.

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Many mantras have one of two endings — Namah and Svaha. Namah means "I offer" and isn't gender specific. With the Mantra ending in Namah both the Gods and Goddesses can be worshipped. Namah is the Mantra of reverence and surrender. Chanting with the Namah ending directs the energy throughout our being, so it is very helpful for manifesting abundance and for healing. The other ending, Svaha, is repeated after Mantras at Yajnas while oblations are being offered in the fire. Svaha is also used after Mantras that one wants to project more energy into. So for a general purpose when we just wish to chant a Mantra to please God we use Namah — meaning 'I bow to you 0 Lord'. When we chant for removing some disease or negativity or to get something in then we use Svaha.

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How #Indian #Classical #Music can Help in Healing

Through history of the cultures of the world, the therapeutic application of music has been really common and studied due to its spontaneous connection and effects on mind, emotions and physical body. In case of Indian culture, ancient texts like the Gandharva Veda (from the Vedic scriptures) and Raga Chikitsa give some explanations about the healing properties of the Indian music as well as their effect to raise consciousness and connect with the higher self.

Some important fundamentals of the Indian Music
There’s a natural analogy between sounds and how life is constituted. One of the similarities comes from the diatonic music scale structured by 7 notes just as our physical body has 7 main glands and 7 Chakras. Because of this each one of the notes of the scale are commonly associated to each one of the Chakras; for example, the C note corresponds to the Muladhara or First Chakra, the D to the second one and so on.

Difference between Indian and Western music is that the fundamental frequency or ‘note’ -called Sa (which means home) in indian notation instead of Do or C- is not static but variable in every person because every individual has a unique vibration as well as every musical composition transmits unique feelings and consequently, Sa is also adapted to the impression that the artist wants to transmit.

This principle is also applied in music therapy by specialists as the customized music composed for every patient can be adjusted to his main frequency and the illness he could be dealing with. Through this kind of professional application of music therapy as complementary resource, a lot of improvements can be achieved in the healing process of several health issues like: Alzheimer’s, dementia, clinical depression, autism, injuries and cancer.

Naad Yoga and Indian Mantras for Healing
The Naad or Nada Yoga is the field of Yoga related to the practice of Mantra chanting to achieve peace of mind, awareness and enlightenment, as Naad could be translated as primal sound of the creation, or the vibration that’s found in all of us and connects us as One with the Universe. The word ‘Mantra’ or ‘Mantar’ means projection (Tra or Tar) of the mind (Man). Thus, the essence of the Mantra is not the sound as we commonly understand it, but the resonance that it produces in our body, brain activity and electromagnetic field, and thereby its effect in consciousness. The meaning of a Mantra is usually hard to explain because it’s related to an aspect of the consciousness and a holistic effect, which is also partially variable in each person. For example, in the Mantra ‘AUM’, the A, the U and the M produce an effect individually and also a different -and more integrative- one by chanting them as a unity.

The repetition of a Mantra allows your mind to project an aspect of itself, get focus, attract different things to your life and to keep a healthier state of mind, and this is why it’s used as a therapeutic resource, but not just to cure illnesses and emotional problems, but also to improve your mind’s performance and achieve higher levels of consciousness, transcending regular perceptions of space and time.

Music Therapy using Ragas Music and Indian traditional medicine
Ragas is another concept, usually hard to define for the Western culture, but is usually understood as an Indian musical mode or style of improvisation and composition, based on the Indian musical notation that we have already explained, and also the peculiarity of including quarter notes, and not just half notes as Western music does.

The Ragas work by using specific notes combinations (chords) and progressions that the Indian musicians have learned through time, which evoke -or are meant to evoke- a specific mood. These emotions or feelings are called Rasas, and this way specific effects on the physical body can be systematically produced, as well as the alleviation of deep emotional problems.

The main categories of Rasas, as described in the ancient Sanskrit scripture called Natyasastra, are eight: Fun and humour, love and erotism, anger, disgust, heroism, sadness or depression, amazement and compassion. If you are a musician, playing Ragas will help you to find your predominant Rasa to know yourself better and will be a new way to change your mood and develop emotional intelligence by playing this music.

Ayurveda and Ragas
Ragas music has still another way to be even more effective, by unifying its knowledge with ayurvedic principles. Ayurveda is the name of the traditional Indian medicine, which classifies inner energy in 3 main types or Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Every person has a predominant Dosha, which influences health and personality. Ayurveda is better known by improving health through changes in the nourishment and lifestyle of the patients, but when it gets combined with Indian music, there are specific Ragas that may be more effective for healing than others, depending on which kind of energy or Dosha predominates the person.

Because of these and still more reasons, Indian music is a wonderful world to explore that will also help you to feel better and understand the amazing power of music to heal and connect with new dimensions of consciousness.

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All #ancient #Vedic temples were constructed based on similar energy cell points present in human body. Each and every atoms vibrate at same wavelength of cosmic power and so synchronization in spiritual place with human body soul is main aim for such divine build up.

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Himalayan Singing Bowls is a type of bell that is shaped like a bowl. They come in many shapes & sizes and have been made for several centuries. Created through a exacting & delicate combination of hand – hammered technique & from 7 sacred metals ( Gold, Silver, Copper, Tin, Mercury, iron & lead ) which lend their unique frequency to the vibration of the bowls. The harmonic sounds created from these bowls aid the meditative process. They are excellent for reducing stress, deep relaxation, Reiki, Chakra balancing & overall holistic healing. They have also found an unique & highly venerated existence among the instruments of world music. When Singing Bowls are played with wooden mallet, produce rich blend of harmonic overtones & these overtones have direct effect on the Chakras. That awaken a beautiful & powerful mystery. They produce the sacred sound of “AUM”. Their rich sonic vibrations alter space, mind & time. Long ago the Ayurvedic sage, Charuk, stated that vibration and massage could come together to affect the treatment of many illnesses. He called this synergy “samvahan,” a Sanskrit word describing what the vibrations of the bowls can do. Samvahan means “re-awakening of tissue.” And indeed that is what the eerily beautiful tones and overtones of the bowls do: they bring new life to stagnated parts, and they re-awaken the healing powers within the body. The deep relaxation response defies description; it must be experienced! How can the sound-vibrations of a singing bowl do all that? Even heal the body? The human body can be compared to an orchestra, where each organ, tissue, and cell is like a different instrument. Just like in an orchestra, the individual parts all have different tones, overtones and unique attributes that have to be tuned in order to play harmoniously together. The singing bowl therapist works like a music conductor. Our nervous system is sensitive to all sounds. Loud and dissonant sounds can hurt or even kill us, while the beautiful, rhythmic sounds of the singing bowls have a profoundly healing effect on the nervous system, which is in continuous communication with every cell in the body. The combination between the sound of the bowl perceived through the ear, and the vibrations of the bowl through the flesh of the body, has a healing effect on body, mind, and soul. The external vibrations of the tapped bowl cause the cells to resonate. From here the sound waves spread everywhere, since the body consists of more than 70% water; and water is a great conductor of sound and vibration. The sound waves (like the waves from a stone thrown into a pond) spread in concentric rings into larger and larger circles through the blood, flesh, organs, and bones, relaxing them and at the same time harmonizing and energizing them. In this way the more than 100 trillion cells, the building blocks of the human body, are receiving a gentle cleansing massage. Think of it as being similar to what happens when you put jewelry or dentures into a supersonic bath. In a short while all the dirt comes loose. The sound vibrations of special singing bowls, designed for healing, release energy blockages from body, mind, and spirit. These special vibrations are soothing enough to calm the nerves, yet penetrating enough to reach the marrow of the bones! Sound massage is a powerful adjuvant therapy for almost any illness, due to its relaxing effect. Many clients feel relief from pain and tension the first time they receive a treatment, for others it takes a few more sessions before they perceive a profound change. More info, please visit : www.iash.us Thank You. Love & Peace

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hello to all my fellow sound bowl friends .. i have to fly into Ft Lauderdale next week before Thanksgiving. Is there anyone in the area offering sessions? If anyone has info on Sound Bath events please PM me. Sending good vibrations to all.
Another Life transforming journey with Sacred SOUNDS presented by Master Satya / IASH Integral Yoga Institute New York City . 2017 September 8-10 Three full days advanced Level training workshop with demonstrations & teachings of some of the most amazing & powerful ancient sound healing techniques to heal any form of critical physical & deep rooted emotional disorders. This Life Transforming Workshop is based on thousand of years old Vedic & Tibetan sound healing principles with amazing healing effects on our body, mind & spirit.
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