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The Vibration of Grace. How To Use Sound Vibrations To Heal with Gina Breedlove

Ep. 206

When was the last time you allowed your body to let go of what it needed to let go?


In this episode, I'm joined by Gina Breedlove to unravel a slightly unknown yet very compelling field, sound healing. Gina is a Sound Healer, Vocalist, Composer, Grief Doula, Author, & Oracle for Grace, which she understands as an expansive and profound knowing of infinite possibilities of love and healing. She is the Author of "The Vibration of Grace," a lovely book created to help people invoke the power of sound as a vehicle of love and liberation. As an actor and sound healer, she recorded two records, "Open Heart" and "Language of Light," participated in two Spike Lee joints, and created the role of "Sarabi" for the Broadway production of "The Lion King."


Throughout this episode, you'll learn everything about sound healing, its impact on well-being, and practical tools to start implementing it in your life. Gina raises awareness of the importance of what we say to ourselves and others, the impact of sayings we grew up listening to, like "put on your big girl panties, toughen up, or I'll give you a reason to cry," that hugely impacted our bodies' ability to express what was going inside of them.


Additionally, you'll learn about the multiple benefits of sound healing, keening, rituals to express anger, and much more.


Tune in and listen to episode 206 and discover the fascinating world of sound healing by the hand of the expert Gina Breedlove.


In This Episode, You Will Learn:

What is sound healing, how it works, and why it works (3:10)

Gina explains how she sources the power of sound (8:00)

Why rituals are so helpful to start new practices (11:10)

Why humming is excellent for sound healing beginners (16:20)

What is keening (20:20)

How sound healing can help to release anger (26:50)


Resources:

Book: Gina Breedlove - The Vibration of Grace: Sound Healing Rituals for Liberation


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