Nada, bhakti, mantra yoga & philosophy merged in shamanic sound healing
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100 Hour sound ceremony training
The very ancient art of healing with sound is quickly growing in popularity throughout the world as many feeling the call to quiet down the mind, pull the reigns on their routines to listen and enquire into a deeper rhythm of life.
We certainly all know that music effects us on many levels. It is as simple as remembering our teenage years or the way our eyes glaze as if seeing a long lost lover as a sweet and nostalgic piece is played. Two and a half thousand years ago the famous Greek philosopher Pythagoras utilized sound as a form of medicine treating a variety of ailments and we can trace this idea back further and outward across continents, cultures and ages right into something we know in our hearts yet cannot find the sufficient words to speak its Truth. As cutting edge as this modality might seem, there is nothing new about Sound Healing and its Power to pierce the veil of thoughts and allow us to perceive the source of where all sound is springing from.
In this training you will learn how to journey into a deep meditative inquiry on the Source of all Sound and from there find many tools to assist in shifting frequencies, healing emotional and psychological scars and opening parts of the heart and mind that you never knew existed! Come traverse the sphere of your consciousness as we create the space for transformation.
“Some day music will be the means of expressing universal religion. Time is wanted for this, but there will come a day when music and its philosophy will become the religion of humanity.”
— Hazrat Inyat Khan
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This course is for anyone who has been moved by the Power of Sound. For Musicians, Healers, Therapists, Yogis, Meditators, Mystics, Psychologists, Philosophers, Teachers, Medical Workers, Medicine Workers, Song Carriers People who are ready to shift and lift; to open and ignite and to listen to the subtleties of stillness and silence.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS APPLICATION OF SOUND FOR HEALTH & HEALING?
Reduce stress and relief from fatigue, pain, addiction, compulsive thinking, insomnia through deep relaxation and endorphin release
Accelerate the healing process
Lower blood pressure
Increased sleep quality
Increased sense of calm
Alleviation from anxiety
Reduced symptoms of depression
Liberate emotional traumas stored within the body/mind complexes
Deconstruct negative patterns
Bring release to emotional imbalance
Remove blockages and facilitate free flow of energy channels – meridians, nerves, & blood vessels
Promotes creative potential
Expand the capacity for love, peacefulness and happiness within oneself
Increased concentration, focus and attention
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
The art and practices from the Contemplative East to the Wisdom of the Shamanic South
An introduction to Yoga Philosophy
Theory and practice of Nada, Bhakti & Mantra Yoga
The healing power of Sound, therapeutic application for yourself and others
How to shake off your shackles, unbridle and face your fears
How to locate and sound for yourself and others the energetic centers (chakras) of the body
How to incorporate sound into classes
How to hold space for transformation
How to facilitate sound & singing circles & ceremonies
Introduction and use of sacred instruments
Voice Medicine—Tuning, Toning, Chanting
How to work with a mesa
Nāda Yoga (नादयोग) is an ancient Indian metaphysical system. It is equally a philosophical system, a medicine, and a form of yoga. The system's theoretical and practical aspects are based on the premise that the entire cosmos and all that exists in the cosmos, including human beings, consists of sound vibrations, called nāda. (source: Wikipedia)
Bhakti Yoga (भक्तियोग), The root Bhaj, which means “to adore, to devote or worship God.” Bhakti Yoga has been called “love for love's sake” and “union through love and devotion.” Bhakti is uniting of the individualized consciousness with the Universal through active surrender.
Mantra Yoga (मंत्रयोग) coming from the root Man or Manas meaning mind and instinct and Tra, a tool or instrument to transcend or liberate the mind from itself. Mantras are used to awaken the Self and deepen the meditative aspects of a physical yoga practice. Mantra yoga is a meditation tool meant to engage the mind through focusing on sound, duration and number of repetitions (japa) as a means to get closer to the divinity within, creating positive vibrations that benefit both the one who chants and the one who listens.
Work through intentional cycles everyday inspired by Transpersonal Psychology
Daily YOGA, Asana (Postures), Pranayama (Breathing Exercises) and Meditation with experienced teachers
Bonus SONG BOOK with over FIVE HUNDRED mantras, prayers, English, Spanish,Portuguese Medicine Songs!
Fire Ceremony, Water Blessing Ceremony, Air Prayer Ceremony & Earth Ceremonies celebrating and connecting to the Elements
Cacao! Sacred heart-opening chocolate Ceremonies!
Instrument Introductions! Learn how to play ancestral and ethnic instruments with guidance from teachers
Kundalini & Ashtanga Yoga introductions
Improv singing circles and voice-medicine work
Ecstatic Kirtan & Sacred Chant circles
Five Rhythms Guided Dance Therapy
And of course, enough space to integrate and make sense of all the wonderful things you will be learning in the lush setting of a gorgeous retreat center.
Sacred Instrument Offerings
You do not have to play any instrument(s), however if you do, you are most welcome to bring it along to share.
AND, due to our relationship with CRYSTAL TONES sing bowls and MEINL SONIC ENERGY series we will have many beautiful instruments for sale and ready for you to try, buy and take home if you so desire.
"I didn’t know the power of my own voice until the past few weeks in Sound Ceremony with Jaya and Saraswati. I had intended to learn how to host sound baths and learn more about using the instruments, mantras, and kirtan in my yoga classes and DJ sets, but I hadn’t expected that I would be singing so much and building the confidence to share my voice so freely." - Anna