I don’t know, man. I don’t know. But I let go and let it wash over me, and the next 30-ish minutes of the sound bath were pure relaxation. I almost fell asleep at one point (in a good way). By the end, the sounds were so sweeping and all-over-the-place that I couldn’t tell anything from the other.
For all its weirdness, the sound bath might just work
When they turned the lights on, it was hard to get up for a minute. In fact, I didn’t really want to. I could have listened to the sound for maybe six more hours. I still felt lightheaded, but -- and I really can’t deny it -- I felt better. Before I walked into this thing, I would have put money on saying that it was a whole lot of energy mumbo-jumbo. But after my weird lightheadedness and emotional experience, I have to say, maybe, just maybe, this shit is legit.
Sound baths will soon be available regularly at SoSpa (8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048), so call ‘em up and try one one out. For real... and definitely grab the “S2” rods.
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