The ancient art of sound healing has been around for more than 5,000 years. In many cultures around the world sound has been used for celebration, ceremony, prayer, medicine and healing, including tribal drumming, gong playing, and voice in chanting and singing. Today knowledge and research is being developed and adapted in the West, to suit the needs of a modern lifestyle.
Placed directly onto the fully-clothed body, Tibetan singing bowls are played using felt mallets, to create a soothing sound and gentle vibration. The bowls are strategically placed around the body, working through the meridian points, sending vibration through the body and creating a flow of sounds and energy which encourages harmonization and deep relaxation.
Plant Medicine Rapé is included in this session. This is a sacred powdered snuff made of tobacco and plants and is frequently used in spiritual practices by Shamans and Tribes in the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon. It is blown into the nose through a blowpipe called Tepi.
Benefits: * Clears and focuses the mind and thoughts * Centers and grounds your energy * Opens up your physical and spiritual senses and awareness * Cleanses and purifies your body and energetic fields
Ceremony starts by setting an intention. It might be to clear your mind, answer a question you’ve been asking, or deepen your meditative state. You should close your eyes, breathe slowly, and focus on your intention when the effects quickly start to set in.
Most people experience watery eyes due to the sensitivity of the nose, and also due to the fact that Rapé is a purgative for many. That said, sometimes people experience crying, extra salivation, sneezing, or the need to have a bowel movement. This is normal and part of the process, as one of the purposes of Rapé is to cleanse and purify the mind and body. This medicine can be a very powerful way to cleanse your body and energy, as well as connect with your spirit allies through prayer and ceremony.
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