Sound as Service
At Resonance we promote Sound as way to develop daily meditative time, turned off from technology, a chance to pause, listen, feel our body and our thoughts. It is this mind-body connection that is often lost because we operate most of our day in the visual cortex. But by closing our eyes and opening our ears, we can create a new relationship between the mind and the body. Sound has an adaptogenic quality, the meditative states it creates can be used to enrich many different therapeutic practices. These sonic meditative states increase the body’s ability to resist the damaging effects of stress and promote or restore normal physiological functioning. These types of benefits are invaluable to anyone suffering from stress or injury. Sound can be a very effective way to assist relief for someone who is recovering, taking medication, or suffering from PTSD. The methods we have developed at Resonance are based in a new approach to listening, how and why we listen.