According to a local facilitator, traditional methods of mental health treatment certainly have their place, but alternative holistic therapies such as meditative light therapy, sound therapy, and breathing exercises are also effective standalone treatments. It may serve as a method or as a complement to traditional methods.
Debra WorthingtonCo-owner, light guide and facilitator of Transcendent Tulsa.”Most people find us a way when we have exhausted most traditional or more known modalities, but we still I feel like I know more and am working on my own self-healing (on every level) or self-understanding,” says Worthington.
According to Worthington, “Accessing a deeper meditative state, or state of consciousness, allows for inner exploration and access to more information to deepen one’s spiritual inquiry, creativity, flow state, spiritual practice, and more. It will be like this,” he adds.
As humans, our cells communicate through light, Worthington explains. Lucia Light Meditation is Transcendent Tulsa’s most popular therapy option. Stroboscope light down modulates the nervous system, allowing you to experience a state of hypnosis, “a magical state between waking and dreaming,” says Worthington. “This is a beautiful, easy way with the ‘wow’ factor and a powerful way to quickly enter a deep meditative state. This experience has also been compared to psychedelic experiences without taking psychedelics. “
Open to adults 18 years and older, excluding those who are pregnant or have a history of seizures or epilepsy, sessions can accommodate up to 9 people.
“Colours, shapes and patterns dance behind closed eyelids. It’s like watching a neuroart show,” says Worthington. “Along this beautiful visual journey, the body begins to release and relax deeply on the vibro-acoustic table. A visionary journey, a healing memory and a deeper understanding are likely to occur.”
According to Worthington, clients immediately feel calmer, remember what the deepest levels of relaxation felt like again, are more focused on the world, and have more awareness and understanding of themselves. .
Sound bath sessions enable full-body meditation through vibrations and frequencies as you move over participants, literally and figuratively. Sound bath sessions offer deep meditative relaxation using Himalayan singing his bowls, gongs, tinshas and chimes, led by a trained facilitator. Worthington says sound stimulates benefits such as stress relief and the removal of toxins from the body. Sessions can be done by him or her in groups of up to 6 people and are suitable for all ages.
A Quantum Sound Voice Chord Therapy session is another option. Participants recline and listen to a customized recording of their own voice via headphones and Tesla Coil scalar energy technology. According to Worthington, this process releases stored emotions in the body, and the customized frequencies help release and transform energy patterns.
In this altered state of consciousness, perceptions can also shift, and “many old patterns of conflict that have bound your life in certain ways will begin to dissolve,” says Worthington. You can listen conveniently at home. Sessions are available to individuals or couples aged 18 and over.
According to Hayley Boswell, breathwork facilitator and manager of Be Love Yoga Studio, the style of breathwork ranges from subtle, slow, controlled breathing that sometimes incorporates breath-holding to faster, more intense breathing. Various up to
Boswell leads a style comparable to regenerative or transformative breathing, which she calls circular breathing. “Although most types of pranayama (breathwork) consist of breathing through the nose, this style of breathwork is practiced by taking large, full-flowing breaths that flow in and out of the mouth. Breathing a little faster than the , this exercise can be more intense in a good way.”
While there are physical benefits such as increasing oxygen levels in the body, the mental benefits are the greatest rewards, reducing stress and anxiety, releasing and processing emotions, and feeling “very detached.” You can reconnect with yourself in a world that feels a lot,” says Boswell.
Circular Breathing is advised to be practiced only with a trained facilitator. If you are pregnant, nursing, or have certain health conditions, consult your doctor before beginning more intense breathing exercises. TPs
“I believe everyone can benefit from breathwork,” says Boswell. “You just have to find the style that works for you.”