Let’s Sound Bath with Ramesh
March 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm IST
Himalayan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for its incredible healing effects on mind, body, and soul. It works primarily by helping restore vibratory frequencies of the body through changes in hormones and cellular patterns that are out-of-harmony and diseased. The sounds and vibratory frequencies emitted by the singing bowls have commonly been used to heal or complement treatments for any kind of trauma, pain, depression and stress disorders. In fact, cancer treatment facilities such as Cornell Cancer Preventive Center in New York, US, attests its positive role in treatment of cancer by affecting changes in every level of physiological functioning, and hence harmonizing the cells and balancing the body’s energy system.
If we accept that sound is vibration and that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears, but through every cell in our bodies. Sound is energy and it physically, emotionally and spiritually impacts us whether we are aware of it or not. For example, many of us can agree that music permeates the whole being. It can slow down or accelerate the circulation, it can stimulate or calm the nervous system, it also has the potential to provoke passion or instill peace.
Similarly, Singing Bowls carry a magic vibration that can guide one into a meditative state, allowing the healing sounds to re-connect with the primordial OHM energy. Himalayan Singing Bowls, interchangeably used with the Tibetan Singing Bowls have long been used as an aid to meditation and healing.
Among the many benefits, the powerful sounds and vibrations created by the bowls resonate through the entire body to:
Having had the privilege of deepening my yogic and spiritual practices while living amidst the Gurus in Nepal and India, and also being born and raised in a family where yoga and spirituality shaped my life, I recognize the care required in using it for healing practices. So I have learned and practiced its use for four years before using it as a part of sound therapy in healing for over five years now. I am also an international yoga teacher Certified by World Yoga Alliance on a 200-hour course, well-versed on various yoga styles, including Hatha and Vinyasa flows. I have been teaching for about a decade in Asia and Europe including Nepal, Belgium, Spain, China, Ukraine. My background in Sanskrit mythology, Buddhism, and Tantra also lends to my teaching philosophy that incorporates ancient wisdom and meditation into contemporary approaches to yogic practices.