Mindfulness of Sound and Sound Baths

Mindfulness of Sound Sessions:

When we use sound as our object of concentration, we begin to notice the element of judgment as we begin to ascribe labels like pleasant, neutral, unpleasant or noisy to a sound. In a Mindful Sound Meditation session, we learn to apply mindfulness without judgment and experience that there is only sound…nothing more and nothing less. We can then welcome all sounds with curiosity and acceptance.

Sound Bath Sessions:

Sound Bath is an immersion in soothing sounds created by Singing Bowls, Gongs, Drums, Koshi chimes and Voice that create vibrations that are healing for your body, mind and spirit.   Every organ and every cell in our body vibrates at a particular frequency and affects us at a cellular level.

Elizabeth Ferry is one our Sound Practitioners at MindScience. She began Sound journey by drawing from Contemplative Practices, earning an MA in French language at NYU, and practicing musical and visual arts. An overarching awareness of arcs and rhythms, still points and silences, present in sound, language and the arts became the common thread for her in seemingly diverse areas. She began exploring these aspects through various modalities of healing and pursued certification as a Sound Practitioner.

She offers Sound Baths and Sound Meditation sessions in venues such as Tibet House, The Ronald McDonald House, MNDFL, The Assemblage, WeWork as well as in the context of Staff Development in schools such as Lycée Francais, The High School for Fashion Industries and for retreats in locations such as Sag Harbor, New York and Tulum, Mexico.



In every sound, the hidden silence sleeps.
— Dejan Stojanovic





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