Feng Shui: Singing Bowls And Sound Therapy Healing

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The use of “vocal massage” for your home and workplace maximizes the healing effects of Feng Shui in helping you create the life you want.

  • Be the instrument that plays your music.
  • Be balanced by balancing your environment.
  • Be clear and confident in your life by being present in the moment, present to what and who surrounds you.

What is Feng Shui?

Feng Shui (pronounced Fung schway) is the Chinese teaching of living in harmony with our environment.

Also called the art of placement, Feng Shui is really the art of observing and understanding what makes everything pulsate with life. The Chinese call it C’hi, the Japanese name it Ki, it is Prana for the Hindus and for us Spirit, Life Force or Energy. It is everywhere… in the mountains, rivers and trees, in the roads, buildings, windows and doors, in the furniture, colors and objects that we surround ourselves with. Their physical placement creates a flow of energy that directly affects the quality of our lives.

For 4000 years or more, Feng Shui has been helping people find, arrange or create homes and workplaces that will ensure them a prosperous life as well as nourishment for their body, mind and soul.

Feng Shui which means wind and water is based on the Chinese philosophy of the Yin and Yang, the two opposite forces (receptive and active) that complement each other in the dance of life.

Why Feng Shui and sound?

Combining the ancient knowledge of Feng Shui with intuitive vocal sound allows us to work directly on the vibrational state of a space.

Like the blood in our veins or the air in our lungs, buildings contain life force and need clear passages for energy to gently move through (moving C’hi is healthy C’hi). Proper lighting, comfortable ventilation and temperature can totally change the energy of a room that has been closed and dark for a while. Pleasant fragrance, music and colors (all vibrational stimuli) can also dramatically change the way we feel there.

The human voice through singing, toning or chanting has always been an instinctive, although mysterious tool to heal ourselves and our surroundings. The large variety of sounds that can be produced by the voice can be used with specific intentions and create change. For example, short and loud sounds break down and disperse “thick” collections of stagnant energy (under stairways, outdoor decks, storage rooms, garages etc.); long and full vowel tones bring fluidity and restore a healthy flow while reinforcing our mental decisions.

Singing is affirming that you are willing to breathe in change and exhale the past. Singing is remembering that sound exists only in the present time and for the one who is listening.

 

About the author

Danick Jawer, a native of France, has been studying Feng Shui following the teachings of Professor Lin Yun, one of the leading experts of Feng Shui in the U.S. Danick has developed a unique practice combining vocal work and Feng Shui. In October ’97 she presented a workshop on “Sound and Space” at the 2nd International Feng Shui Conference in Palm Springs, CA.

She has a degree in music from France and her passion for the power of voice led her to explore many techniques from classical singing to healing with sound. Her tools to unleash the “true” voice are rooted in the work of Moshe Feldenkrais as well as toning and overtone singing. Along with her husband Jeff, she does workshops in Europe on Experiential Astrology, using the voice to connect with planetary energy. Danick moved to the U.S. in 1989 and now lives in San Diego, California.

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