March 05, 2021
Our great friend and ambassador Linh Le is experiencing the jungle and playing the Ancient Self Ohm singing bowl.
May 23, 2022
Solfeggio frequency comes from a scale of six notes introduced by a Benedictine monk, Guido d’Arezzo, around the 11th century. It was followed by the Catholic Church via their Gregorian chants.
Even today, Gregorian chants are sung in sacred settings with the same scale of notes. Over 150 Gregorian Chants were based on solfeggio frequencies back in the day.
Each note was believed to encourage physical, mental, and spiritual health. Today, it’s scientifically proven to do the same.
When you listen to Solfeggio tones, it opens your mind, spirit, and body and tune to the heartbeat of the universe.
May 16, 2022
Singing bowls make three overtones- fundamental, mid-tone, and female.
The fundamental tone refers to a deep and low tone. It's produced when you rub the mallet on the wall of a singing bowl.
Mid-tone refers to sounds created by medium and large bowls. It's heard when you play a medium-sized bowl around the rim.
The female overtone is produced "after" you rub the mallet on the bowl's outer rim. Usually, a medium sound bowl gets warmed up from mid-tone and evolves into a female overtone.
May 16, 2022
If you’re having a good time, positive energy comes from the sum total of happy thoughts and positive actions.
But it turns into a bomb of negative energy during fights.
So, positive energy is essentially “beneficial, productive, optimistic, encouraging, and joyful.” In contrast, negative energy is “harmful, useless, hopeless, demeaning, and sad.”
Positive and negative energies are contagious too. That’s why we quickly pick up on feelings of stress, anger, grief, depression, and agony from others.
But do you know that sights, sounds, and smells can affect energies? A picture, sound, or scent can often take you back in time to a positive memory or a negative one to change your mood.