DIDGERIDOO VIBRATIONAL THERAPY

"THE YOGA OF BREATH AND SOUND"

WITH
PHIL JONES

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The didgeridoo is a ceremonial drone instrument that is purported to have originated from the Arnhem Land, Australia about 50,000 years ago. The vibrational sound emitted by the didgeridoo, combined with the circular breathing technique, creates harmonic resonance's that are felt by the player and also by those who are listening nearby.

Phil Jones synthesizes the didgeridoo with thirty years of personal spiritual practice and, as a result, has created a particular and potent form of sound healing. The individual session begins with a didgeridoo meditation to help clear away distractions and to create a more quiet and centered space for sharing. Next, Phil opens a dialogue with questions, encouraging the client to respond and take the sharing as deep as they wish. The intent is to gain more goals in life. Once this is accomplished, Phil helps the client create a personal affirmation, which they may silently repeat to themselves as he blows the didgeridoo around their body. Using the didgeridoo as a "dowsing rod", he works with the spiritual centers, especially the heart chakra, helping to remove blocks and bringing one closer to the joyful state of Spirit. The experience can take a person to the very core of their spiritual being. Phil believes the primordial sound expressed through the didgeridoo has always been a part of the human spirit. Clients often express, after a session, that the didgeridoo has a "familiar" sound that allows them to feel as though they have returned "home".

Phil was a liason to the Board of Directors for the Spirit Of The Land Foundation in Australia, a non-profit organization that endeavors to preserve Aboriginal culture and bring their message of sustainability and healing to the world, and he was affiliated with Dr. Deepak Chopra's The Chopra Center For Well Being in San Diego, California

 

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