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How do you feel after a gong bath?

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Sound events on request, which can include mantra meditation and gongs, either in the studio or at remote locations. A sound experience will relieve stress, relax muscles, and energize while freeing your mind from unnecessary clutter. Pythagoras wrote in 500 BC: “Every celestial body, in fact every single atom, produces a specific sound due to its movement, rhythm or vibration. The sound of a meditation gong triggers a state of spontaneous meditation and relaxation, which facilitates the movement of chi or prana (positive life force) throughout the body.

The sound of a meditation gong triggers a state of spontaneous meditation and relaxation, which facilitates the movement of chi or prana (positive life force) throughout the body. This in turn makes you feel satisfied, clear, energetic, and optimistic.

What is a sound gong bath?

Some proponents of sound bathing claim that it helps people with various problems, such as stress, processing emotions, or unlocking chakras. Put simply, a gong bath is an ancient, multi-dimensional form of sound healing meditations that are still practised today. She says: “The different frequencies of sound healing instruments such as tuning forks and crystal singing bowls have an effect on various organs, emotions, illnesses, chakras and trauma. The benefits include relaxation, increased well-being, increased awareness, and access to inner visionary experiences, says Seth Misterka, co-founder of the Crystal Sound Bath in Los Angeles.

In general, a sound bath is a meditative experience in which those present are “bathed” in sound waves.

What is a gong bath good for?

If you’ve ever been in a sound bath, you know that it makes you feel really good in an almost inexplicable way. If your mind is constantly in overdrive (when the mind is mostly in beta brainwave state), you’re likely to feel stressed and overwhelmed. The wide range of rich overtones that the gong produces penetrates deeply every cell of the body — muscles, bones, organs, nervous system, etc. On a mental level, for example, the drone-like sounds of a gong can bring your brain waves into a lower state (the alpha and theta states) where healing and recovery can take place.

Select the recording or live gong session that you want to listen to and adjust your headphones or speakers so that you can hear the audio.

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