What is Sound Healing?
There is a reason why the human ear is the first organ to reach full maturity in an embryo. It is connected to our development through the frequencies and sounds we hear. Nowadays, it is being discovered that the human ear is responsible for so many parts in a person’s nervous system, and the very act of listening can create deep healing.
Sound healing is one of the oldest and most natural forms of healing known to man. It uses the power of sound to restore one’s mind, body and spirit back to a state of balance. The harmonic vibrations from the instruments have a deep penetrating effect on the receiver, promoting healing and well-being.
The sound waves from the instruments entrain the brain to move into the deeper Alpha, Theta and Delta brain wave frequencies, inducing a deep meditative and peaceful state. As human beings, we are comprised mainly of liquid, these vibrations deeply penetrate our bodies, moving through our tissues and organs. The sound resonates directly into our cellular memory releasing blockages and creating a profound sense of peace and relaxation.
This is not just an auditory experience—it’s like receiving a full body sound massage!
Most people fall into a state of deep relaxation, it’s a pathway to meditation, without knowing how to meditate. The sounds act as the focal point, reducing and eliminating mind chatter, leading to a release of deep rooted tensions and emotional blocks.
Many people emerge from the experience feeling lighter, more in balance, refreshed, and rejuvenated.
HAVAYA PROJECT - HEBREW MANTRAS
The Havaya Project is the world's first project of its kind that includes the chanting of mantras from ancient Hebrew texts to elevate vibrations and bring deep healing.
White & Ori
Language of the Soul
Instrumental music for healing and connection to the source, including meditations to balance the energetic centers.
White & Ori
Instrumental music for healing and connection to the source. Excellent for treatments and meditations.
"Heart to Heart Ceremonies"
Live recording from Sagol Festival, a sacred celebration.