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All recordings are played by Jamie Bechtold, one of the first sound bath players in Los Angeles. Jamie has been playing sound baths with gongs and crystal singing bowls since 2004 and has played thousands of public events. She opened GongPlay® SoundLab in 2015 (originally as The Sound Space, and then The Soundbath Center) as the first venue in Los Angeles dedicated solely to sound bath events and soundbath practitioner training.
GongPlay® Sound Activations are created with a specific intent and focus so one can get the most out of the listening experience. This is a set of two activations, Gratitude and Expand, which were recorded with the Gongland Dusk gong.
Gratitude was created with the intention of amplifying the feeling of gratitude and appreciation. As you listen, bring up the feeling of gratitude and focus on this feeling throughout the experience.
Expand was created with the intention of expanding self awareness. As you listen, observe your thoughts, feelings, and reactions to the sounds. Observe yourself being aware of yourself.
HOW TO LISTEN BASICS
*Listen with headphones
*Lay down or sit comfortably and close your eyes
*Listen and stay present with yourself and the sounds
*For best results, add in the suggested focus of the specific sound activation
*After the sound ends, give yourself a few minutes in silence before getting up
Do not listen to in situations requiring alertness, such as driving.
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