Meditation with Sound in Theory and Practice – Rida Kıraşi / Can Dedeoğlu

  • Wednesday, 18 May, 2022 20:00
  • Student Center B28
The sound meditation sessions of Soundala are based on the reflective inquiry method of the British Academy of Sound Therapy. Sound meditation is founded upon the fact that every emotion, thought, disturbance and physical obstacle is a vibration, and aims to help restore the balance at the level of body, mind and spirit with the diverse vibrations of various instruments.

Functioning in alpha, theta and delta wavelengths, the brain enables deep relaxation and cell renewal in the entire body. Opening space for physical relaxation, this practice does not require any previous experience. The participants are only required to lie with their eyes closed for approximately 45 minutes, listen to the sounds and observe their own reflection

The practice consists of two parts.

The first part consists of theoretical information, regarding nervous system regulation, and how resistance, resonance and release relate to meditation.

The second part is a meditation practice that attempts to adapt the brain waves to the meditative space with the aid of various instruments, to enable transition to the deep relaxation and repair phase.