Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Science: Sound can raise our vibration (video)

Joanna McEwen (TEDxU.ofBrighton); Amber Larson, Crystal Quintero (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

What if ancient Buddhists knew the importance of sound and built vibrating singing bowls?

Why raising our vibration increases serendipity
Joanna McEwen speaks about coherence through sound therapy and its importance in our lives.
McEwen is a qualified and experienced sound therapist who holds a Master's degree in applied anthropology emphasizing youth and community. She has supported children, youth, and families for over 15 years within mainstream special needs schools as well as youth and community groups.

She creates and delivers well-being [serendipity (fortunate happenstance or pleasant surprise)] workshops through the use of sound healing, music, drama, mindfulness, and breath and body awareness. She works with adults and children of all ages and abilities, including those with Asperger's Syndrome, autistic spectrum disorders, and profound and multiple learning disabilities.

McEwen is a trained Empowered Learning Practitioner able to work with children with special learning needs.

Monthly Sound Meditations with McEwen
Can vibrations induce meditative states of serenity (samatha) and coherence (samadhi)?
Joanna McEwen trained with The College of Sound Healing, British Academy of Sound Therapy, and Don "The Gong" Conreaux. Her journey with sound began as a teenager when she would soothe her teenage angst with the baroque rhythms of Pachabel’s Cannon. While DJ-ing in her 20s she saw the power of music to move and shift people’s emotions and energies, and it was at this time she first came across the research of Fabian Maman on the ability of sound frequencies to explode cancer cells [similar to the banned-for-working Royal Rife (rife.org) and Hulda Regehr Clark cures].  This led her to explore sound therapy with James D’Angelo...First Sunday of the month (Dec. 3, 2017), 7:30-8:30 pm at Unity Studios, 130a Lewes Rd, Brighton, BN2 3LG. More
Himalayan singing bowls vibrate with different resonant healing tones (mysoreyoga.in)

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