Healing circle meets humming. That was neat!

@writersedge (22579)
United States
September 5, 2012 11:28am CST
We were doing Reiki and combination healing work. The music went off. The person working with me wanted to go and cue up the next music. I told her not to do that, we could hum. We could make our own music. We hummed. It went so well that the next person wanted the next people do hum and someone suggested that we all hum. It was sooo awesome! The person was vibrating, the table was vibrating, the room was vibrating. We stopped and started at different times depending on how much breath each of us had. Some one said we should try for continuous. So I staggered the starts. I came to the conclusion that there is no continuous, at some point, most people stop and start at the same time. If one of the vibrational theories that I've heard of is correct, then good health is part of a high vibration and poor health is low vibration. If that theory is correct, we raise our vibration and we should all be healthier. Someone had told me during a previous week that she had hummed her sinuses better. My sinuses were better with the Saints Come Marthing In humming. So if you're not well, try to hum yourself better!
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@savypat (20248)
• United States
5 Sep 12
What a good idea, I can't fault this reasoning at all. Using a March to hum should be up beat all the time. Blessings
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@writersedge (22579)
• United States
5 Sep 12
I'd never really thought of when the Sts come marching in as a march. But I guess it is. If you try anything like it, let me know.
@GreenMoo (11842)
5 Sep 12
Irrespective of whether it works, it sounds like great fun!
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@writersedge (22579)
• United States
5 Sep 12
It was fun! Pretty powerful feeling, too!
@celticeagle (114068)
• Boise, Idaho
6 Sep 12
The low and high vibration makes sense. I think I am in poor health because of low mood and there for my body is in low vibration. I had read an article about this same thing years ago. It wasn't humming but making a continuous noise like AHH or something. THis is part of the meditation belief.
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
6 Sep 12
True, But try humming with your mouth closed. It's a different feeling. The vibration is more obvious and you can send it to different parts of your head. Yes, vibrational theory is gaining lots of momentum right now. Or should I say theories. Thanks and if you should choose to try humming, let us know how you feel about it.
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@celticeagle (114068)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Sep 12
Don't most people hum with their mouths closed? I have always liked humming and the way my bottom lip tickles when I do it.
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
30 Sep 12
Sorry, I was having a problem with my cat at the same time I was writing this. I meant try sending the sound higher and higher or to different parts of your heard like even lower, it's a different feeling.
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