Do you no longer know what to do to sleep better? Sound therapy can help you with that. Know all the benefits it has for you kambo healing.
Sounds for the soul. We know that meditation and proper breathing techniques are two of the tools we have to live a more relaxed and calm life, but we can also add sounds that help you improve your mind. We tell you the pros of sound therapy.
One of the most important things about sound therapy is that it works mainly with the vibrations that are produced through specific instruments (old instruments like the handpan water drum) and the voice. Everything in the universe is vibrations, so when you are in a sound therapy session, the vibrations of your body and mind align, creating a state of meditation and relaxation.
Do you no longer know what to do to sleep better, and you definitely don’t want to take any medication? Then sound therapy can help you with that. The sound frequencies produced by a gong or sound crystal bowl cause the speed at which your brain works to slow down and its brain waves go from beta to alpha, which is what happens when you are falling asleep. The only thing different is that you will feel like you are daydreaming, but at the end of the session you will be able to have a super deep sleep.
They do it for you
Taking five or 15 minutes to sit and meditate may seem crazy and a little unnecessary because, like most things, you have to take the initiative to want to do it and you are doing it for yourself. In sound therapy you lie down for a set amount of time and someone else makes the sounds for you.
Improve your health
Sound therapy can be considered a complementary therapy to any medical treatment – although remember that it is not a scientific treatment – for two reasons: the first is that it helps you align your chakras, which causes your energy to rise and as a consequence your state of health is more alert and strong; The second is that it helps you eliminate negative thoughts and stress that may be influencing your health. Mind over body!
THERAPY IN MEXICO
In Mexico, Roberto Gopar is one of the pioneers of this type of therapy. For 25 years, the Oaxacan has dedicated himself to traveling around the country to share his teachings with the rest of the population, giving courses using sound therapy and even taking part in wellness retreats. Among the instruments he masters are the hanpan water drum, Tibetan bowls and the Mayan trumpet.