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The Dharma Of Sound Healing with Himalayan Bowls

Music has always been recognized as having a powerful effect on human consciousness. But in the past few years, there has been more research into the science of sound, and how sound can be used to improve our lives.

Himalayan/ Tibetan Bowl Sound Healing and Cancer

Sound healing is fast becoming internationally respected as an effective modality in the healing process for many physical, emotional and spiritual conditions and maladies.

Music places an extrinsic role in releasing Dopamine, a mood enhancing chemical.

It is not ground breaking news to hear that music has the ability to improve ones mood but now researchers have produced evidence that music does have to potential to considerably improve moods.

Are you feeding your spiritual health?

Most people are concerned about their physical, emotional and mental health but what about their spiritual health. What is spiritual? What is spiritual health? What activities strengthen and exercise spiritual health? How does taking care of spiritual health affect health? What is spiritual? Spiritual means pertaining to ones spirit.

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iPods ‘Louder than Pneumatic Drills’ Warn Experts

Millions of Brits are risking their hearing by listening to music at a volume louder than a pneumatic drill, a study revealed yesterday.Researchers found one in ten people regularly turn their radio up to a higher volume than a drill on a building site, with another one in six listening to their MP3 player at a level which is more  deafening than an aeroplane taking off.

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