The Main Benefits of the Sound Meditation

Ethnomusicologist, sound researcher and sound therapist

  • Quieting the mind
  • To enable participants to disengage their undesirable habitual patterns (emotional, energetic, intellectual, and physical)
  • To empower positive cognitive change
  • Quitting anti-depressants and managing depression
  • Considerable diminishing of anxiety and panic attacks
  • To access and release traumas
  • To bring the self into a state of inner peace and calmness
  • To establish a state of resonance and attunement with the self
  • Enhancing one’s state of presence and self-awareness
  • To exercise a state of equanimity and no judgment
  • To fine-tune self-observation
  • Increasing self-confidence and attention
  • Enhancing one’s ability to listen, focus, and gaining attention to a greater level of details
  • Improving dynamics between couples
  • Dealing with insomnia
  • Triggering and enhancing one’s ability to dream
  • Sound enhances our self-awareness, it facilitates connecting with the higher self, it promotes self-observation and self-worth, and it increases the state of personal resonance
  • It brings awareness to the inner processes of the mind: the habitual patterns, the good and bad discursive thinking, the judgment, the filters through which we experience the inner and the outer worlds and realities
  • It promotes and facilitates the process of inner transformation (a gnostic idea)
  • It is a tool for self-exploration, consciousness expanding, self-maintenance, self-therapy and self-healing
  • It is a great tool for self-inquiry
  • It promotes acting with pure intentions, and it facilitates a heightened state of awareness and presence
  • It promotes an increased state of empathy, compassion and love toward the self and others
  • It brings awareness to how much the inner reality is connected to, and impacts the outer reality




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    Chuck Grimmett

    Great post! Can you recommend where to start with sound meditation for a complete beginner?

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