Innovate your drumming practice
In my last post I featured sound meditation that included the harmonious sounds of Tibetan singing bowls and chakra chimes.
While I was in my recording studio I was inspired to take the sound meditation a little further. I added a beautiful buffalo drum rhythm and rain stick shaker groove for grounding, to inspire others to get out their drum and play along to the track.
Why singing bowls and meditative rhythms
Research tells us that slow steady rhythms at around 80 bpm (beats per minute) can affect our brain waves, from reducing over thinking, slowing down an active mind. The binaural beats and sound vibrations of singing bowls help relax body and mind, influencing Alpha and Theta brain waves., also reducing over thinking and making us feel great!
In this sound meditation I’m playing a simple groove, the pulse on the buffalo drum and keeping the shaker part simple, accenting the downbeat. This is a beautiful meditative rhythm for beginner-beginners and for all levels of playing. Anyone can drum to this meditative healing track.
The time is now...
By being present, more mindful we can tune into our creativity and tune into our intuition.
It’s time for more creativity, more healing music, share your spirit. Is there something that you’ve always wanted to try? Now is the time to explore your creative side, to nurture what’s inside of you. Let your heart sing, your hands be creative, your mind flourish with innovation. What have you always wanted to do, but felt you never had the time for?
A little gift from me to you as you continue to slow down thoughts and learn more meditation skills to clear the mind.
Thank you so much for taking the time to be here. If you liked this post please feel free to share by clicking the button at the bottom of this page, many good wishes, Peta.