- Everything is better when shared – including IASH Group SOUND Meditation
IASH Group Sound Meditation with Singing Bowls & Gongs can be enjoyed on its own or with others who dance to the same beat. You can feel a real connection with others by tapping into the same silence and source of peace at the same time. In fact, we can literally meet people on the same wavelength : recorded EEG result show that brainwave synchronize while meditating.
- Meditation with Group helps to develop a habit:
It is easy to find excuses not to meditate at home. Just like meeting friends at the gym for group fitness can motivate you to work out, finding a meditation group can provide the necessary encouragement for developing a consistence practice.
- Feedback is available.
IASH Meditation groups often include practitioners of varying levels. If you are new to meditation, you might find that other members of the group can help clear up any confusion you may have about healing possibilities of SOUND meditation, and provide feedback regarding amazing healing experiences at cellular, mental, emotional & spiritual level that arise during the Group Meditation Session.
- Be a part of the bigger picture.
A Group can better support an individual’s inward journey. It’s inspiring and motivating to connect with others who share our intentions for world peace.
- There is power in numbers.
Believe it or not there are studies that prove the existence of ripple effect of peace in the surrounding environment when a group meditates together. According to unified field superstring theory in physics, wave of vibration flow from everything in the universe affecting the collective consciousness. Groups have the power to enliven the field. Cellular biologist Bruce Lipton states in his book ” Biology of Belief” that our consciousness can change the physical world around us by altering the field. An interesting experiment tested a theory called ” Maharishi Effect in Merseyside, England. A number that exceeded one percent of the population meditated together every day from 1988 to 1991, and the crime rate dropped so much that Merseyside went from third highest to the lowest ranked city in England during the time of the analysis. meanwhile the control town of non-mediators held a steady crime rate. meditation was the only factor in the study that could account for the change. as the scientists calculated the police practices, local economics, and demographics remained the same throughout the study.