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Meditation is a practice in which an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.

The 2 wings of meditation

The 1st wing, is learning to stop. Stopping our minds from running after a desire and chasing temptations. In today’s western society, we are living in a distracted culture. A culture that distracts us from being disconnected from ourself. The more distracted me we the more disconnect we become from ourselves. Stopping also help us from being angry, from all the habits that bring us suffering. To meditate is to learn to have time to cultivate ourselves in being in the present moment. 

The 2nd wing, is to look deeply within for insights. If we stop the mind, we will have a chance to see more clearly. To see things that are happening inside of us and understand it more clearly. What are the roots of our thoughts? What are the roots of this feeling?


Guided Sound Meditation

The vibrations used in sound meditation can help create a meditative state, allowing for a more profound connection to the present moment that strengthens the more you practice it. A regular sound meditation practice can lead to increased self-awareness, emotional regulation, and overall well-being.

This guided meditation uses sound as a support to disconnect from discursive thinking and drop into a state of deep relaxation and spaciousness. Whether you are a complete beginner or seasoned meditator, immersion in a vibrational field of ancient and modern healing instruments allows you to ease into a state of expanded consciousness and connection to the natural harmony of body, mind, and spirit.

Meditation Group

Healing of Chakra's
through Sound Meditation

Sound is vibration which our brains detect as audible information.  The human ear received bundles of sound vibrations that travel from the outer ear through the middle ear to the inner ear where the vibrations are transformed into electrical energy.  These electric impulses then stimulate the brain and enable us to make sense of the original vibrations.


Sound Therapy is energy work - everything is energy and everything vibrating at different frequencies. When there are blocks or stagnation in the body and mind, there is dissonance and a lack of coherence. Sound Therapy helps to attune our bodies and our space to a more optimal frequency. 


Various sounds and musical vibrations and frequencies are played to facilitate mind, body and spiritual healing, promoting reduction in stress, balancing our bodies energy centers known as the chakras.

Our Chakras are energy centers that represent various physical and emotional aspects of our lives. When these energy centers are in balance, our mind, body and spirit feel at peace and healthy – and we can use a wide array of sound healing methods to accomplish this!

Sounds have such a direct and profound impact on our nervous system that the sonic environment in which we meditate can make a huge difference on the experience, and ultimately, its effectiveness.



Better focus and concentration. Studies have found that meditation can increase grey matter in parts of the brain responsible for memory and learning. 


Enhance self-esteem, self-awareness through non-judgmental self-observation, a core principle of meditation, fostering a fresh perspective on oneself.


Reduce stress. Meditation can lower levels of cortisol — the stress hormone — and help you feel more calm and relaxed. 


Help manage anxiety or depression. Daily meditation is one of the best natural treatment methods for anxiety disorders, as well as other mental illnesses. 


Control pain. Many doctors recommend meditation – especially body scans — to help manage chronic pain. 

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