Meditation without the aggravation. The playing of instruments such as gongs and crystal bowls produces powerful vibrations that help to block out the outside world and induce a restful, meditative state. Think of it as a digital and/or emotional detox, where all you have to do is lie in a dark room for a bit.
It sounds odd, but the frequency affects your brainwaves, promoting calm. It’s a great alternative to meditating as the volume blocks out the white noise in your head. My 45-minute session began with a guided meditation and then the bowls got louder until I almost started to vibrate. It was quite overwhelming, but I felt a total release of stress, and was left looking as though I’d had a facelift.
There was a time when The Gong Bath was the preserve of the New Age Hippy Californian Tech Billionaire Guy, quickly followed by movie stars and celebrities. But now finally we mortals of earth have inherited access to the healing wonders of The Gong. Now there are “Sounders” taking their vibrational healing into senior corporate offices from China to Stockholm to Brussels and now London.