On November 12th, 2022, at the Madison Studio, I presented a Crystal Restorative Sound Bath. The room was set up with 14 crystal singing bowls, and a few Tibetan Singing Bowls.
In this special sound bath, Chakra stones were placed around each person’s yoga mat to bring in the energy. Chakras according to yoga philosophy are the seven major energy centers (root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, 3rd eye and crown) in the body.
I used a guided meditation on the chakras throughout most of the session. We stopped at time to focus on each chakra with the corresponding crystal singing bowls to balance the energy. The sound bath was supplemented with some light tapping of Tibetan Singing Bowls to break up any energy blockages in the chakras. Chimes were played (25 bar chrome chime and Kenari Nut chime) throughout the session to bring a sense of peace and relaxation. The Kenari Nut Chime sounds like gentle rain falling and brings in a soothing presence.
A Root Chakra handled practitioner bowl was played over each person. We finished up with some Tibetan bowls and the gong to move out what was no longer needed. A blessing of healing was played over each person with light sounds of two Koshi chimes.
Everyone received their choice of dark chocolate (plain or almond) to become more grounded before leaving the studio with being reminded too to drink plenty of water as detoxifying happens during a sound bath.
In this month’s special session, participants also received an aromatherapy roll-on that was created specifically for the Root Chakra. This included essential oils of Frankincense, Patchouli, Vetiver, and Cedarwood in a fractionated coconut carrier oil. This can be used as needed to feel more grounded.
I plan to offer this unique sound bath again in the future both in person and online. Be sure to be signed up for our newsletter so you receive the updates.
Additionally, I can work with you in a private session both in person or online to clear and balance the chakras and energy field with sound healing.
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