Sound bath, in an increasingly affluent modern world of well-being, seems like a very interesting and unusual idea.
Sound therapy (bath) is a term that refers to the experience of exposing the sounds of instruments to relax.
The sound itself can have a healing effect, so the world of well-being has begun to practice this way of healing, relaxing, and meditating. In the sound bath, participants concentrate only on the sounds. This is the only way that sound vibrations can work.
For those who practice sound bath, it is a cellular level massage. And here’s what it looks like.
Bath Sounds – A Beginner’s Guide
Before bathing, participants practice breathing techniques. These techniques help them relax and achieve mindfulness. Only then will they be able to make full use of all the benefits that sound has for the human body and mind.
Although there is little scientific research, sound therapy has been shown to reduce stress, tension, nervousness, and depression so far.
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Those who have tried therapy say it can have a huge impact on people, especially people with traumatic experiences.
How to take a bath with sounds?
You can do this therapy yourself, at home. On it Youtube-There are few videos dedicated to sound healing.
- Lie on your back and find a comfortable position.
- Focus only on the sounds you hear.
- For starters, the advice is to listen for 15 minutes. After five days, stretch for 15, then again for 5 days for 15 minutes … And so on until you reach an hour.
You can practice sound therapy every day, and the duration itself depends on the individual and the time available to them. It certainly can’t hurt as much as you “bathe” in the sounds.
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