Sound Therapy Healing Session
The contents of the following video is written below for you too. It’s a lot to digest at first. Take your time and watch it a few times if you need before you come to practising on your volunteer later on in the module. This sequence will be what you submit for your practical assessment.
This chakra balancing healing sequence is a guide to filling a 1-hour session and a good place to start. If you end up deviating from the sequence and going with your intuition, that’s absolutely fine. For your practical assessment, go with the sequence if you can.
Chakra Balancing Healing
Use the tingshas at the beginning of the session to shield the channel of light.
You can walk around the body or stay still, whatever feels good for you. I like to start at the client’s head and walk around their energy field, finishing the third strike of the tingsha at their head.
F – C – G – D – A – E – B
1st round – red/rubber mallet only at 100%
2nd round – red/rubber mallet only at 100%
3rd round – start alternating between red/rubber mallet and wooden mallet at 90%
4th round – alternating between red/rubber mallet and wooden mallet at 80%
5th round – alternating between red/rubber mallet and wooden mallet at 70%
6th round – alternating between red/rubber mallet and wooden mallet at 60%
7th round – alternating between red/rubber mallet and wooden mallet at 50%
NB: The alternating of the red/rubber mallet and the wooden mallet can be done how you wish, there is no obligation to do one after the other. You can do 2 strikes with the wooden mallet, then 1 strike with the red mallet and one wooden mallet etc. Go with what your intuition is telling you.
F – C – D Quarter Moon x 2
B – E – A – G Half Moon x 2
G – A – B – E – D – C – F Full Moon x 2
Energy UP – B – F / F – B
Energy DOWN – F – B / B – F
If you want the energy to flow up to the crown chakra, start and finish with the crown bowl.
If you want the energy to flow down to the root chakra, start and finish with the root bowl.
Let your own creativity and intuition work or, if you have noticed that the client liked some sounds more than others, you can emphasise those. If you feel a chakra needs more balance, you can choose to strike it more or on the contrary, avoid it. This is up to you and your observations during Steps 1 and 2.
Leave a few minutes of silence before you play the rimming bowl. It might seem like a long time to you, but for the client, it will feel like seconds. The silence gives time to integrate the energies of the healing received.
When you feel ready after giving time for silence, introduce the rimming bowl, slowly increasing the speed to increase the volume. You can walk around the client to seal the aura and healing or you can stand still, sending intentions and giving thanks for the healing energy that was channelled during the session.
Strike the tingshas above the third eye and carry down the energy to the root chakra two to three times, or walk around their energy field as in the beginning. It also helps to indicate to the client that it’s the end of the session.
NB: Step 6 and 7, and all the moments of silence in between, will take the session to 45-50 minutes. The guided relaxation at the beginning and the bringing out of trance at the end will make the session 1 hour in length.