My Journey as a Sound Therapist with the RestStation Lounge

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In October 2016, I decided to follow an idea I’d been tossing around for a while. When working with group sound therapy frequencies to release stress, I realized there was a whole area of the population deeply in need of this kind of therapy: Veterans. I thought of the frequency combinations I would use to aid in the release of Post Traumatic Stress for Veterans and anyone who had gone through a traumatic event. That includes just about everybody on the planet at some time or another in my opinion.

As the Universe would have it plans started to come together for this to happen. When it is right, the doors fly open.

I met a man in Colorado who volunteered at the V.A. and worked with Veterans. We talked. I asked if he could give me a few references for folks I could call about this. He said he would let me know.

Two days later, I was contacted by a man in Sacramento, CA. His name is Gary Ferguson, a Vietnam Combat Veteran and CEO/Founder at Pathways for Veterans which is a non-profit organization founded by him in 2010. Gary is also President/Founder of Pathways 2 Purpose. Gary and I ‘chatted’ by email a few times and I researched him on Google. Pathways 2 Purpose is dedicated to healing the emotional and spiritual wounds of war. Pathways 2 Purpose creates a safe environment where all veterans can experience being heard. They are then given tools to re-purpose themselves in mind, body and spirit.

At that point we started talking about how an international sound therapist could work with and evaluate the reststation lounge.
I appreciated the Universe’s quick response to my request and later that same day received two local contacts at the V.A. in Colorado.

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