My journey started after the birth of my son in 2003. After struggling with Postpartum Depression for years, I became frustrated with “traditional” medicine. I thought I was going to have to live the rest of my life in this deep, dark, alone space. In 2007, I was introduced to Kundalini yoga, meditation and sound healing. That was the start of my climb out of the darkness. After nearly a year of yoga training, meditation, and powerful sound healing,
I started searching for anything that could support and possibly make the brain /body stronger while taking these medications.
Through my research I have found several "alternative medicine" practices that have had a profound affect on our families lives. I am constantly learning and it is my intention to share the knowledge that I have gained over the past 20+ years with you.
I have had the honor of working with children with Downs Syndrome, adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s, head trauma and cancer patients, as well as people that just want to increase their energy and “feel better”.
I know what a difference these simple techniques can have in a persons life. I have seen it and experienced it first hand. I understand that these techniques help to activate the natural healing process of the mind and body and help to restore physical and emotional well-being. It is my passion to work with people who are wanting more in their lives - more love, joy, freedom, abundance. . . I want you to know that you have the power and tools that you need to live the life you desire and start your own journey down your sound path.
Certifications and Techniques: The Energy Codes, The Passion Test 4 Kids & Teens, Reiki Master, Kundalini Yoga, Sound Healing, Spiritual Response Therapy (S.R.T), E.F.T, Eden Energy Medicine.
The name The Sound Path came about because I wanted to use sound in the title. Mostly because I play crystal singing bowls, but sound can also refer to mean something that is solid, strong or right. The word path can mean a track for walking, or the course/direction in which something is moving or a course of action. These two words together made sense to me since I use sound to restore energy pathways in the body.
The name Hari Shabad was given to me by my Kundalini Yoga teacher in 2006. Hari, meaning God and Shabad, meaning song or sound. So you could say Hari Shabad is song of God, sound of God, or Gods song. While other people thought it was a beautiful name, I was less than excited about it. I put it out of my mind for almost 4 years. Then, I started playing crystal singing bowls. Hmmmm-coincidence???
Have you ever received a gift from someone, not really liking the gift, but pretending to like it. Maybe putting it out of sight somewhere because it wasn’t what you really wanted. Only to find it years later, when you were cleaning out the back of your closet? You seem to see this “gift” in a different light. That it really IS a gift and are really happy that you received it? That is how I feel today about my spiritual name. I am honored that I was given the name Hari Shabad and I love how serendipitous it was to receive it.