Crystal bowls, also called crystal singing bowls, are made from crystals that are crushed and heated to a very high temperature. Most crystal singing bowls are made from quartz crystal (clear or frosted finish), but you can also find crystal bowls made from rose quartz, celestite, amethyst, and citrine.
The crystal bowl can become a powerful tool because it is made from a living material - quartz crystal. We know that crystals have the ability to not only purify energy but also balance, amplify and transform it, which makes the crystal bowl a beautiful, potent, energetic, balancing and healing tool.
A crystal sound bath offers the participant the ability to completely release any stress or tension in the mind and body allowing one to relax, balance, and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a healthy mind, body, and spirit.
If we accept that sound is vibration and that we ourselves are also energy bodies vibrating, then is stands to reason that a healing external vibration such as the crystal sound will touch every part of our being. We can then understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. This is why sound has the ability to heal at all levels, deeply touching and transforming us on the physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual planes.
The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its benefits.
For many people, meditation has become a tool for managing many different areas in their life. For some, it helps to promote improved health, including a better quality of sleep and reducing stress and anxiety. For others, it helps them get a quick pick me up in the middle of the day. And for some it gives them that underlying sense of peace, and that feeling of contentment, no matter what they’re dealing with in life. When we’re in a healthier place mentally we’re bound to interact with others in a more positive way, meaning meditation can benefit our relationships, too.
However, it can be hard to get into the habit of regular meditation, especially when it asks you sit in hard positions, breath in particular ways and chant mantras. I am not saying that any of those things are wrong, but I would say they are not essential. The art of meditation is one of stillness and introspection, which can be done in any position with any breath at any time. Becoming still and looking inwards for a moment is all it takes.
The skill is to step back and see our thoughts more clearly, without getting caught up in all the mental commentary. We may never change our thoughts, but we can change our experience of those thoughts.
When we meditate, we’re cultivating an awareness of the present moment. We’re training the mind to better understand how and why we think and feel the way we do, with the aim of fundamentally transforming our experience, and perspective, of everyday life.
The benefits of meditation are numerous as can be seen by googling the question on the internet. But the main gains can be summed up as:
We are all familiar with the concept of resonance. When a tuning fork is stuck it vibrates and any other forks of similar frequency will without being struck vibrate along with it.
In Frequency Resonance as a practitioner our sole job is to facilitate at the highest frequency that we can and hold it for as long as we can. The universe will do the rest.
When we hold this vibration, the energy produced interacts with the energy / cells of the client’s body and encourages the client’s energy fields to expand to match that vibration, this is resonance. Resonance occurs when two interconnected objects share the same vibrational frequency. When one of the objects is vibrating, it forces the second object into vibrational motion. The result is a large vibration and in our case a shift in energy and so physical or emotional manifestation a re-ordering in the client.