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Effects of Singing Bowl Sound Meditation

An Observational Study

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Finding Solace in ‘Solis’

A relaxation track to bring warmth and a sonic cuddle!

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Is Frequency Our New Medicine or an Ancient Mystery Revealed? Health for the People by the People

My humming or singing could take away headaches, stop pain and blood. I didn’t understand any of it, I just knew that a positive effect was realized when I echoed back the sounds that I was hearing from people, animals and plants.

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Gamelan, Gongs Behind Bars and Gong Baths

For over 20 years I've been studying and performing Javanese gamelan (Indonesian bronze percussion) including gongs, metallophones, drum and voice. In my very first class, at London’s Southbank Centre in 1996, I fell in love with the sound, and quickly became aware of the powerfully therapeutic potential of these instruments.

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Soundcalm

Sound Healing is the use of the voice or instruments to apply sound to help our mind, body and soul come to a place of balance and harmony. By soothing, moving stuck energy, making space, relieving pain and tension and enabling relaxation, which aids the healing process.

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Mastering Chaos - A Leadership Workshop - Employing The Principles of Rod Paton’s Lifemusic

Mastering Chaos allows you to explore how allowing apparent chaos frequently permits healthy, productive and creative community.

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From: Anne Malone
Anne Malone

Some of the magic Wands of Sound ...

The art of playing or singing the bowls is one of the foundation stones of my healing instruments ... what is a Singing Bowl ... A Singing Bowl is a metallic bowl made from several alloys, copper, tin, zinc, iron, lead, gold, silver and mercury.

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From: Anne Malone
Anne Malone

Sound Healing ... a Journey into the Heart of SacredSound ... Anne’s story

Have you ever asked yourself why that song or piece of music moves you so much ... or why you happily spend hundred of pounds on tickets to your favourite Band or Singer when you could buy a new Sound System for the same price ...

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From: Chris James
Chris James

How important is the way we play music for our health and wellbeing?

Connecting, or reconnecting, with an instrument can be a beautiful and powerful doorway into opening up our expression and in the process, deepening our connection with our body.

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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

The World is your Drumming Circle

how to use rhythm for healing

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Vocal Profiling – Making Entrepreneurial Excellence a Reality

The idea of analyzing the frequencies and modulation of a human voice to determine emotional, biochemical and structural status of a person is being used by medical facilities and schools; for military applications; in police work for verification purposes; in research studies for issues thought to be incurable, to determine health status; to relieve stress and pain; to determine exposure to toxins and pathogens.

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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

Music alters Civilzations

Different cultures music has unique vibratory patterns that alters them

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Exploring the Potential to Provide a Novel, Mobile, Non-invasive Approach to the Pandemic Threat from Resistant and Mutating Pathogens via Low Frequency Sound Presentation

During this small study (n=17) the presentation of ambient, low -frequency analog sound was shown to facilitate the degradation of the three-dimensional protective barrier employed by pathogens. A filmed recording of the activity under the microscope showed the abatement of the attack on a T-cell after the protective barrier was degraded using low frequency analog sound presentation.

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Are Associations Important?

lyz Cooper discusses the birth of the first worldwide Association for Therapeutic Sound

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Creating a support for therapeutic sound

How important is a professional association?

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Gong Master Training with Don Conreaux finds new home at Hawkwood, Stroud

DON CONREAUX was drawn to Eastern mysticism and Philosophy from an early age. As a teenager in 1952 his first esoteric teacher was Paramahansa Yogananda with Don receiving his kriya Initiation in 1953. His formal education includes a Masters Degree in Theatre and from 1952 through to 1969 he became an Actor, Writer and Director working in Hollywood and New York.

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The Power of Sanskrit Mantras

Why are Sanskrit Mantras so beneficial?

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From: Rami Shaafi
Rami Shaafi

RAMIVANA Autumn UK Tour 2018 from 12th of October to the 28th of October

We will be offering Healing Sound Journeys and a variety of Workshops

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Case Study: Ohio resident Bob Bethel

In 1993, Bethel survived a serious motorcycle accident that left his lower right leg severely damaged. Several major surgeries and hours of reconstructive surgery were required to create the illusion that his leg muscles were intact. Bethel’s physicians had little hope for a complete recovery and told Bethel to consider himself lucky to be alive.

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From: Jill Mattson
Jill Mattson

We’ll See!

Science and Alternative Healing

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