Everything is energy. All things are made up of energy. All energy has a consciousness. There is a flow of energy within the body that we cannot see. Energy flows through our bodies like water or electricity and is formless. It provides our body life and general character. This is known as the Christ energy or the Universal energy. The exchanging of energies within our bodies occur far more simply than the bodies processing of fluids and nutrients for physical energy. This energy can be developed and controlled. Re-defined, identified, and expanded, it establishes the connection to our sphere of influence, our capacity for inner movement, our physical and metaphysical awareness, power and strength. This energy is responsible for our basic vitality, our health and well being, emotionally, spiritually and physically. It continues to be identified as the cohesive force between the mind, body and spirit. This energy has been known for thousands of years as KI, QI (CHI), Mana, Prana, Rauch and Kundalini. It is sometimes referred to as the life force. This energy remains inherently linked with life and consciousness, and continues to produce profound effects on physical being and matter.
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I create spas for the soul, leaving you relaxed, refreshed and renewed. You will take a feeling of peace yet feeling energized with you, perfectly balanced after a session. You will feel like you are floating on a cloud.
We can create balance through sound. We vibrate in synchronicity to all things around us together. When stressed or angered we are out of tune with the rhythm of life. Music brings us back into synchronicity because we listen to a rhythm.
Therapeutic rhythm techniques have been used for thousands of years to create and maintain physical, mental and spiritual health. For instance with the beat of a drum studies have proven that drumming accelerates physical healing, boosts the immune system and produces feelings of well being, a release of emotional trauma and reintegration of self. It is a valuable treatment for stress, fatigue, anxiety and hypertension. It gets us in touch with our inner selves. The drum is a powerful tool to your innermost self. Each cell vibrates at a frequency and each tone of the drum vibrates at a frequency.
Sound therapy has been an ancient approach that uses rhythm to promote healing and self expression. From the Shamans of Mongolia to the Minianka healers of West Africa, therapeutic rhythm techniques have been used for thousands of years to create and maintain physical, mental and spiritual health. Sound waves resonate to the body, mind and spirit and vibrate in sympathy. When we drum, our living flesh, brain waves and spiritual energy vibrate in response. After a drumming session we feel good up to 72 hours afterward and our chakras line up. Relaxation occurs just after 4 minutes of drumming. After 1 hour of drumming, there is a reversal of the hormonal stress response and an increase in natural killer cell activity and enhances the immune system. Drumming strengthens the immune system, increases good cell activity, is good exercise for muscles, lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, induces deep relaxation, energizes, keeps focus in the here and now and is a conduit to the divine. The drum fosters creativity, inspiration, communication and unity. Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, AOL/Time Warner, Hewlitt Packard, EMD, Dupont and Sony are just a few of the growing list of companies turning to drumming to assist in team building strategies that fit the new corporate era. Corporations have successfully used drumming events in which their staff participate in teambuilding strategy via café drum rooms. That is just one example of the benefits of sound therapy.
Experience is everything, and here at Serenity, your experience is completely original to your needs and wants. Our philosophy is to give you a specialized program that is uniquely designed just for you to fit your personal growth for your mind, body, and spirit.
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