The free healing meditation video below features Tibetan bowls, often used in sound energy healing.
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“Sound Healing is an effective and proven modality that uses vibrational sound to help reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace, well being and better health. Sound has also been shown to be a vital part of the healing process for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and side effects especially for pain relief management.
During our waking state, the normal frequency of our brain waves is that of Beta. Sound tools entrain the brain to move into the deeper Alpha and Theta brain wave frequencies. These are the frequencies that induce deep meditative and peaceful states, clarity of mind and intuition. Modern medicine can now measure and thus confirm the practice of sound as a means to promote healing. (see sound healing questions answered for more info on this) Thus, sound is a type of energy medicine that creates the sacred space in which people can heal from stress disorders, pain, depression, the emotional roller coaster and more.”
Healing Meditation Power
- Cures Insomnia. In a recent study 30 insomniacs were enrolled in a six week long mindfulness course. At the end of the six weeks 60% of the subjects completely cured their insomnia. That’s a staggering result. Not only that, buy many of them were able to give up their strong medication and live a more natural and healthy life.
- It helps you sleep better. A 2010 study found that those who meditate slept deeper and for longer than non-meditators.
- It calms your body. It is commonly claimed that meditation brings you calm and inner peace, but a recent study has found that these effects are measurable. It reduces activity of the sympathetic nervous system, which in plain English means it slows down and calms your body. Anxiety, for example, is associated with higher sympathetic nervous system activity.
- It slows down the effect of aging. On your brain, sorry for any confusion. It slows down the effect of aging on your brain. This has led scientists to claim meditation can slow down the onset of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Which is good.
- Makes us more compassionate. Adults have been found to laugh more and use the word I less after a short course of meditation.
- It changes your brain. Another study on participants enrolled in an 8 week course of meditation found significant shrinking of the amygdala, which is associated with fear and anxiety. At the same time the pre-frontal cortex, associated with awareness and concentration, grew.
- Boosts your immune system. A 2003 study found that meditators produced more antibodies in response to an influenza vaccine than non-meditators.
- Increases your perception. An extensive study on zen masters, who have practiced meditation for most of their lives, were significantly better at correctly identifying the correct line in a Poggendorff illusion.
- Improved decision making. Meditators were found to have a wider attention span – which means being aware of more options – this meant that they were better at objective decision making.
The healing power of meditation has also been highlighted by the UK National Health Service, they recently started a nationwide programme to treat mental illnesses using a meditation based course as it has been proven to help with;