This is an hour long recording of an intuitive sound meditation which layers gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, planetary tuning forks, and ting shas.
The unique sounds on this recording help you relax deeply and go into a state of meditation by altering your brain waves from beta (waking state) to theta and delta (deep meditation). This recording can be used for meditation, yoga, massage and other healing modalities. You can even play it for your pets to keep them relaxed and calm while you are at work.
Gongs are one of the first instruments humans created, so they are deeply connected to us. Listening to gongs takes you to a place where there is no space or time. You will be amazed at how easy it is to calm your mind while listening to this recording.
The sound made by the bowls is both captivating and calming, instantly instilling a sense of trance-like calm. Throughout the entire recording, you will hear 3 Tibetan singing bowls and 4 crystal bowls being played simultaneously, creating an amazing cosmic sound.
The planetary tuning forks that are used in this recording bring in the healing properties of universal energy. The cells of your body will automatically shift into a state of calm and peacefulness, thus leaving you feeling more relaxed and centered.
The following is a review of one of Jennifer's live sound meditations:
"I recently had the privilege of experiencing one of Jennifer's group sound meditations, and it was truly amazing. Jennifer created a sound scape that was as deep and rich as many musical compositions I have heard, and she did it solely through intuitive improvisation. I found myself propelled on an actual shamanic journey, as the sound vibrations stimulated a series of powerful visualizations. This may be even better for shamanic work than drumming, because the sounds are more varied and the vibrations are more sustained. And for several days afterward. I felt more relaxed, grounded and centered than I have for some time. This is not only therapeutic, it is truly visionary." Russ, Charlotte, NC