New! Full Practice: The Therapeutic Application of Sound as a Healing Modality
Zacciah Blackburn is a highly skilled educator and therapist in the field of sound healing, with over 40 years of experience in intentional music, sound, healing, and spiritual development.This is an in depth study into the nature of healing, and the use of sacred sound, intention and awareness, and intuitive sound healing practices to develop or enhance one’s personal or professional healing or wellness practice. This program is designed to be an effective learning tool for novice and advanced level practitioners.
Participants have found this program to be exceptional at articulating fundamental and advanced principles of understanding the nature, science, and spirit of sound as a healing practice, in comprehensive, easily understood, and effective methods. We approach a broad understanding of major sound healing modalities, which includes hands on work with instruments, vocal sound healing exercises, and much more. We explore the science of sound, including basics in neuroacoustics, Cymatics and other principles of sound. We shall explore the use of principal instruments used in sound healing practices, both for personal and professional use. We detail the nature and use of awareness and intention. We explore the use of Tibetan and Crystal Singing Bowls, bells, tingshas, Tibetan horns, shangs, gongs, drums, tuning forks, didgeridoos, rattles, and more.
We, also, explore the use of voice for personal and professional use, for practice in clearing, aligning, and energizing the human energy field, developing and enhancing an empowered spiritually based view of oneself, the nature of and use in invocation of allies and teachers in the subtle worlds of understanding, and much more.
How is sound used as healing tool? Why is it so effective?
This recording covers the first 4 days of a 16 day training, recorded live, with both cognitive and practical/experiential components. In future studies, we break our work down into more complex and explicit explorations using voice and instruments, with a foundation in science, and deeper glimpses at using our own intuitive guidance, in these aspects of sound work.