I believe intentional sound is a catalyst for change and a can be an energy medicine.


My personal journey into the use of intentional sound started in 2009 when my life fell apart and I lost myself in immense darkness, physical sickness, sorrow, loss, anger, debilitating numbness and despair.


During that time that I acquired a crystal "singing" bowl. (Crystal singing bowls are resonant drone instruments that, when played, sustain an audible tone on a fixed frequency or note).


This bowl become a teacher that, I believe, helped me to take the difficult "first steps" into the depths of myself;

Steps that were required for me to begin to heal myself.


I used my intention + sound to focus, listen, feel, beccome aware, to ask, to pray, to laugh, to cry, to move, and even to let go and forgive. But above all, I suppose I used the sound of that first drone instrument as a doorway to EXPLORE myself.
 Intentional Sound became a doorway that allowed me to revisit and release many negative energies that I had collected, carried and even coveted for a number of years.
so, was it sound that "healed" me?
No, it was my own intention and my own hard work on myself that made me feel better. But I credit Intentional Sound as the tool that opened the door to that hard work and is the vehicle that continues to carry me through the work I continue to do on trying each day to be a better person.


10+ years later, my daily spiritual practice (sadhana) is centered around my continued exploration study and practice of Intentiaonal Sound(s) and the formal tradition of Kundalini yoga.


It is with gratitude, love and highest intentions that I share these tools which have helped to ground me and continue to use to cultivate balance and harmony in my everyday life.


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