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Healing with Vibrations

Healing with Vibrations

How does this form of healing work?

All living and non-living things vibrate. Depending on their vibration a different frequency is emitted which transmits energy, information and messages throughout the body. This vibration gives us all a unique bio-magnetic field which can be manipulated and guided into form using a variety of techniques.

By taking in negative vibrations ( unhealthy food, bad language, negative emotions, violent tv, electromagnetic waves, etc) we stimulate a negative response in our emotional, physical and mental bodies which lead to illness, emotional upset and physical pain. By taking in positive vibrations (health foods, positive emotion, exercise, meditation, yoga, art) we can stimulate a positive response in our emotional, physical and mental bodies. These positive vibrations will help prevent and heal disease, illness, depression, anxiety, insomnia, lack of concentration, physical and emotional pain and so much more. By using these positive, healing vibrations we have the power to change our energetic frequencies to reach our higher self and achieve our full potential.


Every Crystal Singing Bowl (or other instrument) has a unique frequency that corresponds to a particular frequency within the body. Using a range of vibrations to trigger different energy centres within the body can help heal on a cellular level, bring alignment through the nervous system and eventually bringing the body into a natural state of balance. Using vibrations for healing heightens brainwaves which helps one achieve a deep meditative state, increases creativity, stimulates the immune system, decreases stress, anxiety and insomnia, harmonizes the bodies cells, decreases blood pressure and heart rate, releases muscle tension and calms emotions. Singing Bowls with unique frequencies allows deep, focused  healing to particular health issues, past traumas and emotional imbalances.


History of Tongue Drums

Tongue Drums, a part of the idiophones family, naturally produces sound from the vibration of the instrument within itself. Its roots date back to many cultures including African and Southeast Asian, who first carved them from wood and bamboo. The meditative experience that can be achieved from tongue drums has been recognized as sound baths and has been utilized by multiple cultures around the world. The Aztec teponanaztli, a tongue drum, was a very popular and widespread practice among religious ceremonies. Relatively recently Dennis Havlena was greatly inspired by the Caribbean steel drums, or steal pan, and reinvented the tongue drums using modified propane cylinders to redefine the way it helps us focus and relax across time.


History of Singing Bowls

Singing Bowls are expected to be one of the oldest forms of human craftsmanship. Thought to have been originally used for synchronizing one’s body and soul for healing purposes of all kinds. Singing bowls have very obscure origins more then likely outdating writing and have only been first documented in Ancient Mesopotamia 5000 years ago. They were first made from pure copper but over time the knowledge was eventually lost, only to resurface in Tibet 3000 years later as the Tibetan brass singing bowls. The Tibetan Monks regarded theses bowls with such secrecy that they almost never spoke or wrote about them. They were told to bring about a powerful meditative experience evoking profound visions of time and the future. During the Chinese invasion the Tibetan monks were forced to flee with their knowledge of the bowls, and they inevitably passed it onto the world out of the monk’s desperation and poverty. European art collectors slowly began travelling the Far East and eventually began picking up a number of singing bowls for their collections. Word started to spread of their significant capabilities and holistic healers and reiki masters began to utilize them in a popular manner. The resurgence of yoga in the Western World only heightened the interest in the Far East and has brought widespread attention to the art of the singing bowl.

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