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Jul 14, 2020

If you are curious about sound bath and sound meditation and want to know if this is something that could help you maintain sleep, be comfortable in your body or need a soothing sound sensory experience, then this might be an episode of interest to you.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741. 

Resources Mentioned: 

National Alliance page of Mental Illness on Understanding Your Diagnosis. Really good article about the process and what to be aware of when you get a diagnosis.

My Safe Zone is an app for those that have active symptoms or have panic attacks. It is  available on both the Android and iOS app stores. Or you can also visit the web site for additional support information. 

Very Well Mind's information page on What are sound baths?

Ambient Sound Podcast with Matt Borghi where you can listen to soothing music. There is also a Spotify list for short clips or extended sound experiences. 

Sound Bath: meditate, heal and connect though listening by Sara Auster that is available as a paper book, e-book or audiobook. You can video some of the pages of the book or listen to an except at the publisher's website.

Electric Sound Bath by Angela Wilson and Brian Griffith has a number of albums on their main website. You can purchase their work via Bandcamp.
Dynasty Electrik has music and sound bath type content also provider services via Zoom and they have a YouTube channel that you can access the content. 
Sounds True has a number of recordings for recording on sound bath, meditation, crystal bowls and all manner of healing modes using sound. This is a link to their sound meditative offerings.
American Academy of Family Physicians. Family Medicine article about hydration.


Links to other sites are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements. 

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