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Sound is the medicine of the future… be on the cutting edge!

Updated: Dec 5, 2023

“Sound will be the medicine of the future.” - Edgar Cayce

Hey! You probably know that meditation is a powerful tool for reducing stress, increasing self-awareness, and promoting a sense of calm and relaxation, right?

It can be so hard to get started in a meditation practice, though!

Traditionally, meditation has been practiced in a quiet, peaceful setting, with the focus on controlling the breath and stilling the mind.

Sounds good… but if you’ve ever tried traditional seated meditation, you know how hard stilling the mind can be! All those “to do” lists and random thoughts creep in. It’s no wonder most of us give up on meditation!

However, there is another form of meditation that can be just as effective, and that is vocal meditation. What’s more, because vocal meditation involves the pleasure center of the brain, it’s easier to make it into a habit… because it’s fun!

Vocal meditation is a form of meditation that involves using the voice to create sounds, tones, and chants. It is a practice that has been used for centuries in various cultures around the world, and is known to have many benefits. In this blog post, we will explore some of the benefits of vocal meditation.

1. Reduces stress and anxiety

One of the most significant benefits of vocal meditation is that it helps to reduce stress and anxiety. When we use our voice to create sounds, it has a calming effect on the body and mind. Vocal meditation is particularly effective for people who find it difficult to quiet their minds and focus on their breath, as it gives them something else to focus on.

2. Improves breathing

Vocal meditation also helps to improve breathing. When we use our voice to create sounds, we are using our breath in a deliberate and controlled way. This can help to increase lung capacity and improve overall respiratory function.

3. Boosts immune system

Another benefit of vocal meditation is that it can boost the immune system. When we make sounds and chants, we stimulate the vagus nerve, which is responsible for regulating the immune system. This can help to improve overall health and well-being.

4. Increases self-awareness

Vocal meditation can also help to increase self-awareness. When we use our voice to create sounds, we become more aware of our bodies and our breath. This can help us to connect with our inner selves and become more attuned to our emotions and feelings.

5. Enhances creativity

Finally, vocal meditation can enhance creativity. When we use our voice to create sounds, we tap into our creative energy and stimulate our imagination. This can help us to think outside the box and come up with new and innovative ideas.

In conclusion, vocal meditation is a powerful practice that offers many benefits. It can help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve breathing, boost the immune system, increase self-awareness, and enhance creativity. If you're looking for a new way to meditate, why not give vocal meditation a try? You might be surprised at how much it can help you to feel more relaxed, focused, and at peace… and how much fun it is!

Wanna learn more? Hop on an exploratory call with me here and learn more about how you can bring the life-changing magic of sound/vocal meditation into your life!

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