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Sound Healing in an AI World

Broadcast on July 10, 2023
With Wah! Devi
Hosted by Alec Sims

Computers, the internet, social media, and AI were supposed to make our lives easier, but in fact, most people now have increased stress and anxiety. Even basic online tasks often require you to conform and communicate precisely the way the computer requests. Debate, discussion, sharing of ideas, and companionship erode as AI becomes more commonplace and we develop a desire to become more robotic. Join Wah! Devi as she explains how sound healing, with its harmonic tones, peaceful pace, and lack of structured melody can help restore our humanity.

In this session, you'll discover:

  • An experiential sound healing meditation
  • How sound can shift you into the “rest and digest” mode of the parasympathetic nervous system 
  • The immune and lymphatic systems can be boosted with sound
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Wah! Devi

Sound Healer, Teacher, Performing Artist

Wah! Devi is an accomplished musician, record label owner, mother, and one of the founders and leaders of the global yoga community. She's spent over 25 years teaching and performing, helping people relax, improve their health, and learn about compassionate relationships. She was born into a musical family, and graduated from Oberlin College/Conservatory with a performing arts degree and a minor in vocal studies. She explored African, Indian, and Western folk and jazz music, and became one of the pioneers of kirtan (mantra chanting) in the West. Her meditative music is used around the world, and her Savasana CDs are bestsellers. For 10 years Wah! performed her multi-media healing concert in planetariums, theaters, and churches, helping audiences relax and be open to healing. She uses music, vocals, spoken word, loops, samples, and effects to create her transformative musical events.

Wah! Devi