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Group Practices: Sound | Vibration

In about one-third of the experiences of collective resonance studied, participants identified sound or vibration as a significant shifting factor. In some cases the vibrational component was an anticipated part of the group experience and in others it occurred spontaneously and unexpectedly.

Forms of sound or vibration that can assist in collective resonance include (1) music or musical instruments; (2) singing; (3) physical movement or vibration, and (4) the human voice in speech. The physical energy in sound waves, vibration, or movement has an effect on the individual and on the group. Some facilitators have developed ways to consciously use sound to affect the group process.

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