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ABORIGINAL ISSUES

 

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Below you will find comments left by visitors when entering our questionnaire.
These Comments are unedited and complete (we only removed double entries and where people asked us not to publish)

Visitors Comments about Didgeridoo and Meditation made during 2009:

Name and Country Have you used the didgeridoo (or its music) for meditation? Comments
Adisa Lafayette from Canada Yes Sound healing sessions with drums and crystal bowls.
Anonymous Yes Yes it helps me to go to sleep at night...& it helps to comes me down in the afternoon
Alan Tower from USA Yes SOund as object meditation is wonderful My mind calms and clears and the thoughts almost cease to pop up and a state of equanimity occurs
Anonymous Yes Feel relaxed and full!
Alex from Canada Yes Its hard to find didj music so I log on to YouTube and find as many music only videos and lie in bed and relax
Anonymous from USA Yes Allows me to release focus and travel the drone.
Andrew Hodge from Canada Yes Similar to extended playing My mind zones out and the only focus is on the music and vibration. The lightness in my chest gives me a feeling of freedom an enlightened feeling.
Anonymous from USA Yes I found it very relaxing and it helped me slip into my inner-concise much easier then normal.
Andrew Wood from United Kingdom Yes Helps to prevent extraneous thoughts and possibly has a long term beneficial effect but as with any form of meditation it is not "immediate" experience (visions colours thoughts etc) that is important but the long term effect - I think
Ariella from Italy Yes The sound of didj help me to fell strong connection with earth and to stop thoughts in my mind.
Arpad Toth from Hungary Yes Many times it happened when I was not in a good mood or I was angry or something and would feel I could use some drink or drug ... I just play and then it is the best that comes in life ... I smoothes away all worries..
Ashley from USA Yes Its very calming and exotic sounding. When listening I feel as though I am flying through sky painted with transcendent images and colors. It brings a smile to my face.
Ashley from Canada Yes I find playing the didj as well as listening to it very relaxing. I use the didj to block out a lot of stress and it's just a lot of fun to play.
Barney from USA Yes Just gives me some very relaxing and peaceful state of mind. Have become pretty regular about playing for 5 to 10 minutes before I bed down.
Anonymous Yes In fact I could use the answer above. I mostly start with long low blowing and then I start to raise the tone still played long. The moment I (tried to) reach(ed) from extreme low to extreme high I then try to stop controlling my gestures my thoughts my technique I just let myself being guided. It does not always work that well but it seems a good technique.
Ben from Australia Yes I leave the didge with the music it creates and feel like I am at one with my country
Beverly Byrum from USA Yes I sometimes use the Didj to help me enter a more relaxed meditative state before doing one of several types of meditation.
Bill Woodward from Canada Yes Daily to control pain reduce meds
Brandi from USA No My boyfriend david wojkowski def. is interested in the didj. for med purposes.
Brandon Mccreight from USA Yes Really relaxed atmosphere when listening
Brian James from United Kingdom Yes It is a easy way to leave the mind to one side and allow the inner consciousness to regain control to connect with the universal spirit and become one with all that there is.
Bruno Nuñez from Peru Yes Only hearing... it is hart to explain for my English but only I can say that it is a unique experience but it take time to reach this sensation
Carl Hirschfeld from USA Yes Very relaxing
Chad from USA Yes I usually play to distress.
Charlie from United Kingdom Yes I'm not good enough at it yet to get into it effectively
Chris from New Zealand Yes By meditation I am referring to calming and relaxing in high times of stress or when I fell tense.
Chris Bittner from USA Yes I like to play focusing only on the sound of the didj to clear my mind.
Anonymous Yes I listen... feels like home... THEN I DANCE...
Chris from USA Yes It was not my intention to use the didj for meditation but I found that playing it puts me into a meditative state.
Chris Smylie from USA Yes It just calms you down without intending to. Its amazing.
Claude Beaucaire from Canada Yes It helps to meditate because you concentrate on your breathing and nothing else.
Clint Beedy from USA Yes When doing the didge messages in the story above I was meditating the whole time. Amazing.
Cody from USA Yes It was very relaxing and soothing its hard to explain
Anonymous from USA Yes I find it calming and centering.
Cory Gleason from USA Yes I saw blue skies and green trees the clouds lumbered overhead and a feeling of tranquility was all I could think of
Craig from Canada Yes I use my didge playing to zone out and be in tune with my inner self
Curtis from USA Yes Calms me after working on the bagpipes after the grandkids come for a visit and after a long night of work.
Curtis from USA Yes I play my didj or listen to artists like Zalem or Ash Dargan when I'm stressing out or if I can't sleep and when I'm just needing to relax and do some self reflection
Dale from USA Yes I have participated in the worldwide didj meditation a few times. It's cool to be part of a world wide event
Anonymous Yes It is relaxing.
Dan Soreanu from Israel Yes Amazing...
Dan from USA Yes The sound resonates throughout my entire being and sends my spirit outwards in every direction. Gives me a beautiful feeling of one-ness
Dana from USA Yes I was out on San Nicolas Island California. At sunset it was fun to either play my saw or practice on my homemade didgeridoo while sitting on the south cliff watching and listening to the sea-life the ocean and the wind
Anonymous from Australia Yes The vibrations have pulled me into huge landscapes of colour in my mind many different sounds come from through there sounds I've never heard like birds been and long gone laughter of people and foot steps of children all together inside the wood rushing out whipped up by the wind then on the journey goes through every limb and organ of the body cleaning out the bad spirits until it rests in the pulse of the heart takes over calming it then the sound is silence...
Daniel from United Kingdom Yes I open my mind's eye to images and sensations which have mostly been of swimming with whales dolphins and turtles.
Anonymous Yes Usually I go to a desert rivers in my village and play for the birds with the birds:D great sensation!
Daniel from USA Yes I use it to relax during stressful periods in my life. The sound pulls helps lull me into a deeper meditation than regular meditation.
Daniele from Italy Yes Usually after a while I start to be somewhere far I stop to hear the music and I only think
Dave Snyder from USA Yes Just good good background; not sure (not being Aboriginal myself) but think Aboriginals access the "other side of the curtain" the dreamtime through the overtones of the didgeridoo.
David De Lucena from Brazil Yes Made me be in trance
David from USA Yes When is it not?
David Smith from USA Yes I mainly just concentrate on the droning and overtones and trying to put the energy into the overtones alone. This really clears the fuzzy stuff out of my brain.
Anonymous Yes Induces a beautiful altered trance state.
Derek Rusinek from USA Yes As said above I will sit and drone for a period of time to get myself into a relaxed trance state
Douglas Bischoff from USA Yes I generally have a very hard time achieving a meditative state. Playing a simple drone with minor tonal changes over a long period if time is one of the few "sure-fire" ways to achieve a trance state for me.
Drew from USA Yes Nothing too much to share since I'm not very good at meditating but it sure does take the bite out of a stressful day.
Drew Macphee from Canada Yes Just play and let my mind move to the sound and define its own rhythms.
Ed from Netherlands Yes It is like the world gets smaller.
Ed from United Kingdom No I have tried overtone singing which seems to me to have a similar physiological effect. effective.
Edward from USA Yes Wonderful depth and scope
Anonymous Yes Since I was a little I could feel the sound of didj it always made me feel soothed. It's kind of like magic.
Emily from USA Yes Just as a tool for general relaxation and emotional re-centering recorded didge music has been very useful to me.
Enrique from Mexico Yes The deep vibration of a didgeridoo was the best and natural way to enter in a meditation
Eric from USA Yes I use my didj to help my mind and body relax into a meditative state. I have never had anything amazing happen just relax and vibrate with my didj.
Erik Putnam from USA Yes It is as functional as a non-verbal Ohm.
Erik from USA Yes Just feel kinda blank. The didge kind of plays it's self.
Eve from USA Yes The sound seems to fill up the entire space. It's hard to explain; didgeridoo transports one to a place beyond thought and therefore beyond words.
Fabian Kuiper from Netherlands Yes To help others to enter a trance it relaxed them and they felt it like the tones of the earth.
Felipe Restrepo from Colombia Yes Relaxing
Fernandya from Chile Yes I like inside in trance and see forms like mandalas
Franck Boudet from France Yes I have an active mind. Whenever I need some focus or to stop thinking the vibes of didjing along with the oxygenation help me getting some peace and harmony. The world as you seem to know is in a big lack of calm and harmony...
Frank Lovecchio from USA Yes I have played for myself and the Planet and Nature spirits it is quite calming and gratifying to me. Sometimes I feel the presence of Spirits guiding me.
Frans Essers from Netherlands Yes I have an connection with every instrument that really "touches" me I can Feel vibrating (same as drums or singing bowls) The extra with the didgeridoo is the fact that my breathing takes me into a trance and starts to pump around energy from the earth or cosmos. I strongly feel attached to quantum touch in which breathing also takes a big part. This combines with the didgeridoo-playing is an great experience to me.
Fred Ashplant from USA Yes I have regularly played my didges at gatherings we have for the equinox and solstice world meditations.
Anonymous No I will if I get the music. I heard a couples times and I think it is really good for meditation
Gavin Brown from United Kingdom Yes Blessed emptiness
Geoffrey from Australia Yes I work as a pastor and have often used it within a church context as part of the worship.
Anonymous Yes I used to combine playing my didj with meditation I used to practice yoga.
Gerald from Germany Yes Beim längeren meditativen spielen verändert sich die Aussenwelt um mich herum. alles wird optisch etwas heller und meine Gedanken stehen still.
Anonymous Yes It is relaxing.
Gregg from USA Yes The sound of a didj we use when we do Rake.
Gregg Nardozza from USA Yes I go long periods with repeating sounds and slow easy breathing for relaxation.
Anonymous from Canada Yes When I'm at home I play for my kids. They sat down quietly listening to the vibes. A perfect moment for daddy to meditate with two quiet and full listener little ones
Harry from Australia No I can't meditate but can astral travel when fully awake
Anonymous from Germany Yes It's relaxing
Henry from USA Yes My awareness of what is around me heightens and shows me images of a different reality.
Herb Cohen from USA Yes I teach meditation but have not mastered circular breathing so have not brought into meditation practice.
Iain from United Kingdom Yes I use the didge for my own meditation and relaxation
Imre from Hungary Yes Sometimes I don't play rhythms just blow the air and make sounds of nature.
Jack from USA Yes By play a longer slower style of playing I can bring my self to a calming force that comes over me that relaxes me and I have heard that the people around me also feel and experience the same feelings.
Jacob Vincent from USA Yes Once again it's my therapy.
Jacopo Bianchini from Italy Yes I tried but I have to improve my skills
Jacqueline Leibhardt from USA Yes Mother Earth responds to the intent of the meditation. Mother Earth sometimes sings of far off places and I feel I can understand Her better through didj meditation.
Anonymous from USA Yes Single sound source does not clutter the med. Sometimes see the vibrations.
Jamie Slater from United Kingdom Yes I kind of feel that the universe is just one big vibration and using a didge helps me to lock into it.
Anonymous from USA Yes The music calms me and makes me focus on the rhythm
Jason from USA Yes It was peaceful.
Jason from Isle Of Man Yes Very relaxing and easier to play
Jeannie from USA Yes I love the sounds of the animals water and wind. These are so calming and deepen my daily meditation.
Anonymous No Just practicing with friends.
Jeremy from USA Yes I feel it greatly helps me relax and clear my head allowing me to be more focused throughout the day.
Jerry from USA Yes The didge allows me to be completely focused on the creation of the sound and blocks out everything but the loudest of sound invasion. Usually played with eyes closed. The meditation clears the mind and soul.
Jesse from Canada Yes Trance.
Anonymous Yes Well every time I play it I come very happy and relaxed the sound is just mesmerising and it lets my creativity out when I try different sounds.
Jesse Vann from USA Yes Even thou I can not Circular Breath. After 4-5 breaths I concentrate on my breathing the sounds and the feelings in my body. I do this any were form 10 to 30 min.
Joachim from Brazil Yes Altered states of consciousness opening/controlling chakras harmonizing inner flows
Joakim Sørmo from Norway Yes When you play a didj try to relax and close your eyes you'll soon find yourself much calmer and energized afterwards.
Joao Sousa from Portugal Yes It can mix the sound with all my cells. I can be alone and in a crowded place at the same time. The earth belong to us and we belong to earth as one.
Joe from USA Yes I have a CD's of music from various native players including Aboriginal music. I find it soothing relaxing and cleansing.
John Carroll from USA Yes Participate in your meditations and have been in group meditations. Also in meditations where drums and didges were used as the primary sources to reach a meditative state.
John from USA Yes With brain injury patients
John from USA Yes Very relaxing
Johnny from Ireland Yes Love the sound frequencies and find them excellent for facilitating entering altered states of consciousness. Studying to become a Shamanic practitioner at the moment and during many of my journeys have been drawn to Uluru in the beginning and at the end into it. I have also met an Aboriginal Spirit Helper called Nobatu who has taken me on Walkabout
Jonathan Turton from USA Yes Same as above. When I play it helps facilitate awareness. So when I play it usually just goes to meditation from there
Anonymous Yes It just happens. Never planned you just start playing and all of a sudden you're gone. Tremendously good for the soul.
Anonymous Yes Sometimes I feel like I found inside me negativity that get out of my body while I go understanding it
Jorge Ferrer Alonso from Spain Yes Very positive
Anonymous Yes I've used the recorded sound for meditation.
Joshua from USA Yes How ironic! That's what I said for the previous question. I express the present moment through the medium of sound with the low resonant voice of the didgeridoo.
Joshua from USA Yes Definitely an instrument in which you could zone out into a trance.
Judy Echols from USA Yes It controls my breathing and clears my head
Julio Peña from Paraguay Yes I just use it for meditation. For me its not a musical instrument or it can be but as an "extra" of being not only a meditation being but an integral experience.
Jusa Keränen from Finland Yes After yoga it was good to breath after it.
Katarina from Serbia Yes It's relaxing and hypnotic.
Keri-lynn from Canada Yes Yes loved it peace feeling of truth.
Kevin from France Yes I think it's a communication between me and the nature. Playing Didj is an open door on my imagination. The sound produced by my didj is music for my eyes.
Kimberly from USA Yes Just learning
Kyle from Canada Yes I also do yoga well I play the didge I find the vibration loosens up the muscles and makes you focus on your breathing completely
Anonymous Yes Music is my soul it helps me focus
Laszlo from Hungary Yes It is a very unusual feeling I can literally feel the energy of the air going through me - a memorable experience.
Anonymous Yes Suonare il didgeridoo è ipnotizzante è una vita naturale verso la meditazione ti porta automaticamente distante dal mondo attorno a te e concentrarsi sul suono aiuta a svuotarsi dei propi problemi
Lauren from USA Yes I've participated in the world wide didge meditations and it is a fabulous feeling. Besides that every day playing really calms me and releases my stressors.
Anonymous from Australia Yes Listen to CD's by Didgeridoo artists
Anonymous from Spain Yes See "playing didj continuously for long periods of time" as I almost always play to meditate. There are some aspects I need to keep to myself.
Lindsey from USA Yes The sound pretty much just draws me in and I don't realize how long or loud or exactly what I am playing. I play from the heart and not anything that I have heard before or even played before. If it sounds similar it is only similar. I never play the same thing exactly the same twice.
Anonymous from Sweden No I would like to!
Lisa from USA Yes We used it for healing in a group setting along with bowls. the didj was such a comfort for me.
Lu Pierro from USA Yes I like using dig music. It carries me to "another place"
Anonymous No I do meditate daily I can see the sound as being useful to follow
Manuel Bayardo from USA Yes Deep meditation for 10-15 minutes
Marc Kalmanson from USA Yes It creates surrounds and envelopes you in an other-worldly spirit of healing peace and joy. But moreover the feeling that I have is indescribable; it more like a "knowing"
Mark from USA Yes Very relaxing
Mark Webster from USA Yes Just playing it in my room in the morning or at the park by the pond before doing a taichi practice.
Mark from New Zealand Yes Listening to a didj cd with massage
Martina from USA Yes I love it just a great inner peace experience for me.
Mary from USA Yes See answer above. It's soul gratifying
Anonymous from Germany Yes Listening music. Now I like to play it self.
Mathilde from France Yes Made me feel in peace with myself and the others after playing.
Matt Charbonneau from Canada Yes Every prolonged playing for me feels like a meditation. Anapana is necessary for circular breathing and continuous didge playing.
Anonymous Yes I sit in my yard and play until I can hear nothing but the the sound resonating in my body
Matthew from Italy Yes As I mentioned above after about 10 minutes of playing I seem to relax and stop thinking. The playing continues however my mind goes for a walk through other natural places.
Matthew from USA Yes I utterly lose myself in the present-ness of playing and stop being so constantly stuck in my head (the norm for a graduate student I'm afraid!).
Max from USA Yes Spirit happy- body soothed- mind dancing
Meghan from USA Yes I am in a modern dance class that incorporates many methods from yoga and pilates. We have a didgeridoo and other aboriginal instruments playing live during every class session.
Anonymous from USA Yes It was very relaxing easy to get into a set mind.
Michael from USA Yes I often find that a continuous tone (drum beats for example) seem to drive me faster and deeper into a meditative state. While I am still learning to play for longer periods of time I have been able to hit peek points after a very short period of time while playing. I often find that I completely loose myself in the sound and forget that I am even playing at all.
Michael Dehottay from Belgium Yes How to describe a peaceful mind?
Michael from USA Yes I meditate with my didgeridoo when stress levels are high and when I need to step out from my life and get back to harmony with myself and the things around me.
Michael from USA Yes For a person who "can't sit still" for more than a few minutes it is amazing how hours can go by when listening to the sounds of the didgeridoo.
Michael from USA Yes It was short but relaxing while it lasted and for a short time afterward.
Michael Tong Lee from Australia Yes I have taken my didge away camping and played both at dusk and dawn usually by the seaside. I have found this to be a very religious experience
Milford from USA Yes Trance inducing!
Anonymous Yes For me it is alone the vibration and the continuous sound that calms my mind and fulfils me with happiness it clears the mind.
Nancy from USA Yes A good morning way to ease in the meditation practice (sitting meditation) before the sun rises. But not after we all are sleeping.
Anonymous from USA Yes I usually spent 30 minutes a day chanting my Mantra through the didj ... I use my mantra outside of didgeridoo playing as well.
Neil Wakeling from United Kingdom Yes I have entered a trance with my own playing and often play for others - they seem totally knocked out by it!
Nicholas from France Yes Peace and love for everyone in a continuous travelling using mind and energy surfing!!!;) It helps to go to the core part of yourself thoughts or problems ideas visualisations etc... depending on your kind of meditation.
Nicola from Italy Yes It was great. when I play all the things became simply
Nolan from USA Yes I play it continuously in a comfortable fashion for at least 5 minutes and don't let any feelings of doubt come to me while I play just letting my feelings free to be expressed through the didj. I come out of the altered state in a better mood than before every time.
Anonymous from Canada Yes Same as above. Leaving the body behind. Witnessing the sounds as texture and shape. Sometimes light patterns emerge.
Anonymous from USA Yes Listening to a didgeridoo is like hearing the spirit of war & beauty intertwined. It smoothes me out but at the the same time sparking a fire within me.
Patrick from Australia Yes I enjoy it. I often get asked to do didj meditations. others like it too & most people get in since with my breathing
Patrick Temme from USA Yes While I cannot circular breathe I just play as long as I can and take quick breaths. I played for about 50 minutes one day and I felt speechless and very peaceful when I stopped.
Patti Baker from USA Yes I had a CD that I would use in meditation groups with my patients and I have attempted to use my didj for personal meditation.
Paul Bishop from USA Yes The quarterly world wide meditation are of course wonderful. At times I just play to relax and meditate. For me it really does work.
Peggy Adams from USA Yes Easier to cancel the monkey chatter....
Peggylynn Terrien from USA Yes You play and become one with yourself and the magic around you your stress and problems melt and you float in a sound that is eons old
Peter from United Kingdom Yes When playing the didge you can't NOT meditate.
Petri Aitta-aho from Finland Yes Usually it happens with my friend also playing. Time flies and you forget about anything else. We use also Tibetan bowl and djembe drums.
Philip from Australia Yes The didge seems such a natural form of meditation. Recently I was surprised how well mantra/didge playing goes together. It also seems a perfect way to honour the changing seasons or weather patterns.
Philip from USA Yes Didj music at its best is the most compatible with conditions ideal for meditation. It promotes calmness but without putting one to sleep.
Anonymous Yes I have always loved music and the mental and emotional connection it has. One of my favourite artists is Xavier Rudd. His didj style has helped stimulate my mind and body to new levels.
Rafael Adorno from Brazil Yes Sure my meditations are so much better when I do with didgeridoo playing
Raffaele Giampaolo from Australia Yes My mind become very quiet I feel healed and usually feel really good mentally and physically afterwards.
Randy from USA Yes I find it relaxing after a long day at work.
Ray Todd from USA Yes Well It's very personal but often when I'm frustrated with situations surrounding me I feel a renewal from the time I spend coming back to center.
Rex Womack from USA Yes Both for myself and for groups. People report that they feel energized or very peaceful and happy afterwards.
Anonymous from USA Yes Paints many beautiful images
Robert from USA Yes Always a very personal experience.
Roberto Bazzano from Italy No I would like to learn to play especially for this reason
Roger Keeney from USA Yes At the university I did some meditation in a room with another playing one the sounds seemed to enhance the meditation.
Roi Redondo García from Spain Yes I usually use it at home for get a 'trip state'
Roy Paramo from Spain Yes I have played for meditation of various friends after a hard day of work.
Russ from USA Yes It helps me to center myself and forget the troubles of the outside world for a short time. I also use the music to realign my chakras.
Scott from USA Yes I was attending a drum circle and meditating. Someone else started playing a didj. He rotated in a circle and as the horn came around and pointed directly at me I "felt" the sound throughout my body and a feeling of elation. I suspected that the didj sound related to chanting "Aum/Om". I thanked God for the experience and have been intrigued ever since. I want to learn to play the didj.
Scott from USA Yes I find it very relaxing to sit on my back porch and play taking in the world and letting it take me in.
Scott Watkins from USA Yes I like to cut loose a few breaths on my didj before I go to bed at night. It seems to help relax me for a better night sleep.
Sevan from Ireland Yes Vibrations are good for the body I provide massage for those who feel week one tone per chakra d my favourite for the heart
Shaun Michaels from Australia Yes I like to listen to the out back sounds and the music the first people play it grounds me and I feel more alive.
Simon Tannock from Australia Yes I practice Transcendental meditation and have done for 12 years. I find it keeps me safe in my head and grounded to reality. Since I have started didjing my meditations can be smoother and I find I can bliss out a bit while I'm playing the didj. Its better than any drug or grog anyone could give you.
Stefano Brutti from Italy Yes For meditation I mean when come back to work I play for 40 minutes no stop and I feel better! I think that if people of all the world play didjeridu should be a better world!
Sten from Canada Yes My girlfriend and a few other people I know love having the didge played to their backs and heads. When I was working in a warehouse full of (evil) computers I would sometimes feel dead and would take a didgeridoo break to re-vitalise myself.
Steve from USA Yes It gets me in tune with the forest and nature
Steve Jacobs from USA No I talked about using Didjes to our music teacher and he just recently had our school's jazz band use six home made didjes in a concert. It was amazing!
Steve O'Neill from USA Yes Every time I play I go into a zone of meditation--nothing outside matters--only the didg--only the sound. It is as if I am connected to everything--all life --all time. It is a very powerful and humbling experience that is very hard to describe.
Steve from USA Yes Not intentionally. Seems like 3 minutes but 20 plus has past.
Steven from Canada Yes Settled my mind to a calm place and gave a comfortable feeling throughout my body.
Storm from United Kingdom No Would like to do this when I get my time up to about 30-60 min
Stuart Kirkpatrick from Bermuda Yes To relax after work. I have a very stressful job. Who needs medication when you have a didge!!
Stuart Turner from USA Yes The didgeridoo Keening note drawn low and clear Focuses my mind
Sue Cadigan from USA Yes The vibration resolves tension and helps to calm spirit.
Summergold Garfias from USA Yes Religious
Susan from USA Yes Like to listen to music on radio or cd's that I believe[ or have been led to believe] is real didj music
Tamara from United Kingdom Yes I felt myself in thoughtless awareness and felt blissful.
Tanya Kendall from Canada Yes I need to meditate with the didj frequently to keep my mind clear...the more I use it...the more I need it
Taro from USA Yes The feel of the didjeridu helps me to achieve more peace within. It is not merely calming but stimulating.
Theresa from South Africa Yes This may sound whacked but I can "see" the frequencies & vibrations of the Didj as rings waves & zigzag patterns in different colours. (Almost the consistency of smoke rings). Each of the colours/patterns also has it's own smell and physical sensation. Can feel the movement up & down my body as the sound envelopes me.
Thomas Ryan from USA Yes Only once and it was pretty relaxing. I used to start my didge playing with a short meditation because it would relax me for the playing.
Tiago from Portugal Yes Playing didgeridoo is the basis for all my inner work. It's what keeps me focused relaxed optimistic and... well alive. I breathe through a hollow stick.
Timur from Germany Yes I tried it out and its amazing since then really something have changed. I learn more and more its phenomenal.
Anonymous Yes It's great unique sound profound feeling
Anonymous Yes It really does relax me.
Tony Kiser from USA Yes The combinations of breath frequency tempo and rhythm brings about the most amazing levels of meditation!
Tony from USA Yes I've practiced Zen for 17 years. I find didge playing hastens the focus of awareness. 5 minutes on the didge is like 30 minutes on my cushion! After playing meditation is much more easy and fluid.
Vincent from France Yes I don't know much about meditation but I like to think that the tone the vibration gets deep into you and gives some kind of energy to your body and your soul.
Vladimir from Czech Republic Yes Others played and I meditated. Planning to get into it. Just got a didj today. My other two had to stay in the States.
Anonymous Yes Meditation cd
Anonymous from USA Yes A didge player sometimes comes to my yoga class.
William from USA Yes I don't really think it is meditation but the different mind set created from playing is very enjoyable.
Yanna from Netherlands Yes Some other guy plays the didj and I played the drums and sang and it made me feel free and creative. For days that is.
Zach Lessley from USA Yes Same as using it for a long time.. it just let me empty my mind and freed me of my daily stress.. I love my didge.
Anonymous Yes I brought my didj with me to Colorado where I sat on top of a mountain and played the sound bouncing off the canyon was amazing and I felt a deeper connection there.

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