“The Humming Effect” by Jonathan and Andi Goldman offers a gateway into the practice of conscious humming, revealing its profound impact on our well-being.
Beyond a simple self-soothing sound, humming has been scientifically proven to induce calmness, reduce stress, enhance sleep, and positively influence physiological markers such as heart rate and blood pressure. This accessible guide presents a spectrum of conscious humming and breathing exercises, from basic to advanced, demonstrating that anyone, regardless of musical prowess, can harness the healing power of sound.
The authors delve into the science behind sound healing, explaining how self-generated sounds can reshape molecular structures, boost neurochemicals like oxytocin, and contribute to overall health. The book explores the spiritual dimensions of humming, connecting it to traditions such as the Om of Hinduism and the Tibetan Hum.
With online examples to experience the vibratory resonance of humming, “The Humming Effect” empowers individuals to become sound healers and manifest conscious intentions through the transformative practice of humming.
You can check out the book here.