Updated: May 27, 2020
My Sacred Space for renewal, balance, and cleansing.
Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner! Spring symbolizes growth and fertility, bringing the reemergence of light, warmth, plants, animals, new ideas and fresh perspectives into the world.
Spring is all about starting fresh, and the act of making time to declutter your home will do wonders for balancing the energy in and around you.
But are you making time to give yourself the chance to clean out and renew?
Much like your house cleaning, you may not realize how much you need clearing and renewal.
Sometimes you might not be aware of old habits or thoughts that are clogging you.
After you clean them out, release, and renew, you will feel heal and relief and give yourself more immediate access to the wisdom, truth, and potential of your life today.
And now you may be thinking: how do I clean or renew myself?
The healing sessions I offer serve as renewals. Customers that have booked healing therapies (Reiki, Crystals, Aromatherapy, and Sound Therapy with Sacred instruments) have found them extraordinarily powerful.
The purpose of my healing sessions is to create a sacred space where the patient can disconnect from the external world and has the possibility of experience the truth of her real essence during his/her spiritual journey.
Instruments I use in my Healing Room
This is the first post in the "Welcome-to-my-Healing-Room" series, where I will share information about the sacred instruments that I use during my healing sessions.
The medicine of the Aerophones
If you come to a Sound Therapy with Sacred instruments Session, I will use natural sounds like whistles and aerophones as an ancient form of sound healing.
I don't only use the vibrations and the frequencies of the Himalayan Tibetan bowls, and Chinese Gongs that you usually can find in other yoga studios or wellness centers.
I have been working in Sound Therapy since 2000 in the Clearwater area and I have collected many instruments from around the world that are rare to find and are connected with different shamanic traditions.
Some of my instruments are from my native country Peru, and others from Mexico, India, Tibet, China, and Polinesia to mention some.
One of my instruments that was made by a real shaman from a hidden place in Peru is the Pututu.
The Pututu (aerophone) is an ancient instrument connected with the wind spirit and the old Peruvian culture named keros.
My pututu was made with blessings by a native Peruvian shaman (Tayta) that lives in a hidden farmer community in the mountains.
The Pututu is still used in ceremonies to call the sacred condor (kuntur) where we ask for blessing and protection.
In the shamanic tradition, the aerophones are connected with the wind element.
For thousands of years in my country Peru, the master healers (Shamans) played the aerophones in the mountains and, in the jungle.
The vibration of the aerophones removes the stagnation and emotions in our bodies and create a state of peaceful mind to help people to find balance and deep release.
These instruments help my clients to release anxiety, stress, inner conflicts and stagnation that they don't let them move forward in their lives.
In my next post, I will talk about the fascinating "Flute of the elders", an instrument that is kept under the Amazon waters to guard his magical powers and sounds.
I hope that after you read this post you have the intention to clean and renew your energy!.
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Welcome the season of renewal, balance, and cleansing!.
Love & Qi Healing!!!
Master Shifu Orlando Schiaffino