Everything is vibration. In the realm of sound therapy, vibrational frequencies are used as a medicine for healing and is a powerful tool to help bring all things back into balance.
As said by philosopher Edgar Cayce, “Sound is the medicine of the future”. However, it has long been recognised by many ancient cultures that sound can alter consciousness to induce deeper states of meditation, affect the emotional, spiritual and physical conditions and help heal the mind and body. Modern research has shown that sound can entrain particular brainwave activity, change behavioural patterns, boost the immune system, improve sleep, reduce stress and release tension. Sound therapy can re-tune the body’s frequency returning the body’s vibrations to its natural state, as well as release emotional and energetic blockages to promote health, wellbeing and profound mental clarity. By using the power of sound frequencies and meditation, we can bridge the realms of the conscious and the subconscious mind.
Christian Dimarco is an internationally recognised musician, artist, producer and sound healing facilitator.
Over the years he learned a myriad of musical instruments, world flutes and didjeridu, together with overtone singing he then developed an experiential sound journey titled ‘Shamanic Drone’, weaving tribal sounds to create a unique experience to enter deeper states of awareness, inner wisdom and empowerment to self healing. He's philosophy is to inspire peace and love through his music, knowing that music traverses all languages and connects to anyone who listens with a gentle heart.
Forever evolving, Christian’s music ranges from ambient to tribal, through to meditation and dance. He’s ongoing releases include brainwave entrainment music, meditation, hybrid cinematic and tribal soundscapes. He is based in Melbourne and often travels to facilitate sound journeys, workshops, retreats, concerts, and share music at yoga events and lifestyle festivals. When not travelling he also runs events online, both on social media and private groups.