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Sound meditation is a beautiful tool to use when you need to unwind and relax.
Certain sounds arranged in just the right way have the potential to aid in deepening your meditations and increase your ability to focus and relax.
Sound and music is a healing modality that exists throughout all of human history. Instruments like the Australian Aboriginal Didgeridoo used for body healing and Tibetan singing bowls used in heightening meditation are some of the most recognisable tools used for sonic resonance.
The sounds included in this meditation were carefully selected for their frequency and tone. Singing bowls from Tibet and deep soothing sound bowls are frequent in the track as well as a resonant tone of 111 hertz which is said to help develop better concentration and mental awareness.
Emily Rack is a yoga teacher, meditation instructor, freelance writer and visual content creator. She incorporates a unique creative flair into her yoga and meditation classes, courses and workshops. Emily hosts events and classes in schools and the wider community & is passionate about teaching the art of mindfulness.
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