Each minuscule part of us vibrates, creating sound, which then merges with and influences the energetic vibrations of the rest of our world, from the inner Earth to the stars and beyond.
An appreciation of this understanding is carried with me in my diverse sound baths and story-telling events, as well as one-to-one and, more recently, 2-2-1 sound therapy sessions.
Music flows through my heart and soul constantly, inspiring a potent desire to share it with others - to uplift and facilitate a deeper connection between the personal, human expression and wider cosmic song in which we are all co-creators. We are able to work consciously with a knowledge of sound - a knowledge that is gaining more and more interest in current western science, yet which has an ancient historical past - to harmonise and return to balance any disturbances and misalignments in our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies.
For 20+ years, I have explored the traditional vocal therapy and sound science of ancient India, integrating what I have learned into meditation and Nad (sound) Yoga classes. I combine this knowledge today with a love of indigenous and shamanic sound practices, an ever-deepening connection with the natural world and my Irish Celtic heritage.
Our voices are immense healing instruments. The benefits of them, whether singing or simply humming, are enormous: releasing endorphins; lowering blood pressure; reducing stress; clearing out the energetic cobwebs and resonating, invigourating, connecting and re-balancing the whole inner being and wider human biosphere.
I am immensely grateful to have teamed up recently in sound baths and private sessions with Mark Robson, an extremely powerful yet humble chaneller of Light Language. No one who hears him is left untouched by the authenticity of the messages he transmits, which carry with them the wisdom of elders working with us now to support our collective ascension.
In addition to the voice, sound healing instruments included in group events include: quartz crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, wind gong, flute, didgeridoo and various percussion instruments, including medicine drums, chimes and clapsticks. Crystal bowls and a Pythagorean monochord are tuned to a frequency of 432 Hertz, which is believed to have a soothing, re-balancing effect on the listener, because it encompasses the Schumann resonances - the global electromagnetic resonances of the Earth's EM field spectrum.