Gregg ChapmanReaching New Realms
Ten years ago, I discovered at a backyard barbecue that the didgeridoo could miraculously heal pain on a friend who had been in a car accident. How bizarre I thought!! So I started providing didgeridoo sound therapy and healing sessions and have had countless miraculous results with reducing pain and stress for clients and particularly children with disabilities. I provide sound therapy services for children with autism and profound and multiple learning disabilities at Special Needs Schools, respite centres, Hospitals and Charities.
What I find fascinating is that when I play the didgeridoo, I have this certainty in who I am and a feeling of inter-connectedness. This is what the didgeridoo is all about as it is considered to be one of the oldest woodwind instrument in the world and holds very important spiritual values for the Aboriginal people of Australia. The Didgeridoo provides an experience of who we really are as spiritual and energy beings that are interconnected and responsible for what we create. We create our own stories and beliefs about who we think we are but often these stories and beliefs limit us and keep us from reaching our fullest potential.
I am all about inspiring people to be the best they can be no matter how weird, wacky or wonderful they are and I believe that we all have a gift to share with the world.
How weird, wacky and wonderful can you be?
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