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Do you remember your first Soundbath experience?

The other day we were reminded of what a first soundbath experience can be like.

We recently had three young adults visit the temple, each from a different country…  two males and one female. All three solo travellers that happened to meet along the way — and have since been traveling together. Together they showed up unannounced at the Sound Temple for our Saturday ‘Crystal Concert’.

They arrived just in time as we were about to begin the Soundbath. We had one other guest so we took time to serve cacao and chat a bit before entering the dome. They were asking questions about what instruments we use and what a soundbath is all about… They were clueless and yet curious, open to a new experience.

Once they entered the temple they laid down. We guided them into deep relaxation, and began.

At the end of the Soundbath they were stunned and speechless! “Wow” one said. “I had so many visions! That was unreal.” The other two simply shared silence and finally tears fell from the face of the young woman; and the other young man started asking questions about how we made all those sounds and how we learned such an art, etc.

It took some time to finally be able to get up from their spaces and head out the door. The energy of all present had shifted completely and they seemed blown away by the effects!

It took them some more time to find their feet back on the ground, once they stepped out of the dome. I instructed them to drink lots of water and Hari Ram suggested journaling to help with the integration. The young woman was still in tears as she went out the door. She said she was fine — just that a lot of emotions came up for her which she was still processing.

Oh the power of sound (naad): it never ceases to amaze us!

Do you remember your first sound healing experience? We would love to hear from you… in the comments below.

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    Sat Kirtin

    Sat Kirtin has 20 years of experience practicing several styles of yoga, yet it wasn’t until a mental breakdown (“breakthrough, as she calls it) in 2011, that she first was introduced to Kundalini Yoga. In 2014 Sat Kirtin graduated from Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training with Deva Kaur Khalsa [Davie, FL] and has been teaching regularly ever since. Sat Kirtin received her Master Sound Healer Certification from Jay Schwed in 2015 and began leading Kirtan along with Sound Healing Journeys in 2016. Sat Kirtin is an uplifting, compassionate guide with a passion for assisting others through their own personal transformation.

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