Sound in therapy is an ancient form of healing. Sufi, Christian, Buddhist and Hindu mystics use sound and sacred prayer-music to connect with what some people prefer to call God, Great Spirit, the Sacred Source, and so forth. Native Americans use sound as prayer (often in combination with visionary plants) and in nearly every tradition, music plays an integral part of how people connect with each other and the source of all creation. Omananda has used sound in therapy since the mid-nineties. Many session participants have been deeply touched by the vibrating sound waves and frequencies of Omananda’s didgeridoos during sound therapy.
When we feel disconnected, we are not in tune (not tuned in). Getting a tune-up then is a great idea. That’s exactly what vibrational sound therapy is like. This tune-up for the body, mind, and spirit helps individuals and groups to reconnect in the present moment to The Source of All Being. Deep relaxation transforms dis-ease into ease.
After experiencing vibrational sound therapy with Omananda, it is common for participants to describe feelings of joy and floating through space and becoming cosmic energy. Sound therapy by Omananda often helps participants to realize that everything is connected and that anything is possible. Many people receive crucial information during vibrational sound therapy sessions by Omananda that usually are bundled with personal training and coaching.
Beginning your joyful process of learning how to naturally and playfully unpack the loving energy that vibrates at the core of every human being is a good start and a vibrational sound therapy session with a didgeridoo might help you to embrace all of creation. The sound removes physical blockages (resistance) to the flow of prana, qui (life-energy) so that love can shine through the illusion of separation and penetrate the core of your cosmic being as it naturally awakens.