In honour of the season, this month’s blogs are focusing on Spring Cleaning. In the first week, we begin with the physical you and focus on resetting and recharging natural patterns.
After a long winter, the return of spring inspires so many people to feel the urge to clean things out and restore freshness. As life returns to nature and the days get longer, our metabolism begins to speed up and so do we.
As we shake off the sluggishness of winter, we start to feel the urge for spring cleaning. Not only of our home or environment, but of our bodies as well.
The appropriate use of sound or music is a fabulous way to help you restore or reset to your natural patterns. What does that mean? What is a natural pattern?
Your entire being was designed to perform in perfect harmony. Your body, mind, emotions and spirit know how to be healthy. Every part of your being dances its particular rhythm and tone of health in a natural pattern. In our fast-paced busy lives, there are many situations that can cause your natural harmony, and your natural patterns, to fall out of tune.
Human beings are incredible harmonizers! We harmonize with so many things in our environment – like a co-worker who always complains.
We harmonize with thoughts and beliefs, like – ‘everything is so hard’ or ‘I always get sick during the holidays’.
When you harmonize with being ‘Crazy Busy’, you end up with:
- sleepless nights
- catching every cold and flu that comes around
- muscle aches and pains
- getting upset easily
- and more…
This is the dark side of how you harmonize with what is around you. As you know, everything has its opposite.
On the light side, you thrive on harmony. Like listening to a song that makes you feel like melting into the floor. Or smelling a rose. Or standing on the shore and watching the waves flow in. Or gazing at the stars in wonder.
Your soul needs this! So does every other part of you! When your soul is fed with harmony, your whole being responds with health and wellbeing!
And you end up with
Natural patterns exist everywhere in the universe, from the natural patterns within the creation of galaxies to the patterns within an atom and everything in between. Life would not function without natural patterns.
Sound is one of your greatest allies in restoring and maintaining natural patterns. Here are just a few things that it can do for you:
- change body chemistry
- support cellular function
- stimulate hormonal balance
- create mental clarity
- manage pain
- calm or energize the emotional state
- create spiritual connection
So I have a gift for you this week!
Two of my favourite sounds for restoring natural patterns are an old Tibetan singing bowl and the perfect fifth tuning forks.
The many levels of wavering frequencies of an old Tibetan singing bowl act like the restart button on your computer. When your computer is not functioning well, often a restart will get it up and running better.
The old Tibetan singing bowl works in the same way with you.
Remember, sound goes through you.
As you hold and play a bowl like this, the wavering sounds set every atom and molecule into a state of vibration. When the sound stops, your being is stimulated to reset to normal, healthy patterns.
The perfect fifth tuning forks stimulate one of the most important natural cycles for overall health and wellbeing. The nitric oxide cycle in your cells keeps you healthy and natural patterns working as they were designed.
When you are stressed, overtired or ill, this natural cycle is deeply affected. The nitric oxide cycle is so important three research scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1998 for discovering it.
The perfect fifth tuning forks, with frequencies of 256 Hertz and 384 Hertz, were found in experiments to stimulate the nitric oxide cycle in the cells in less than thirty seconds. Completely naturally.
So here’s an opportunity to try it out for yourself.
I invite you to click on the link to listen to these sounds and notice their effects on you: www.soundwellness.com/forks-bowls.
Have fun! And keep me posted on how they work for you.
Article source: https://soundwellness.com/spring-cleaning-1/