If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. 
– Nikola Tesla, inventor, engineer, energy explorer


We vibrate to that primordial rhythm even before we have ears to hear…. We vibrate to the rhythms of our mother’s blood before she herself is born.  And this pulse is the thread of blood that runs all the way back through the grandmothers to the first mother. 
– Layne Redmond, Author, When the Drummers Were Women


Perhaps the earliest opportunity for taking a sound journey begins, about 18 weeks into pregnancy, in our mother’s womb.  By 24 weeks, our little ears start to develop rapidly as sensitivity to sound increases each week. Sounds from our mother, her beating heart, air moving in and out of lungs, body sounds, and even the sound of blood flowing through the umbilical cord begin to form the organizational rhythms that harmonize our body and mind.  These same rhythms, frequencies, and vibrations are the last sounds we hear while completing our Earth walk.

We are predisposed, hard-wired as it were, for rhythm and sound.  Only when we stop listening or become overwhelmed and overstimulated by loud, chaotic, and unrelenting noise do we fail to hear them.  After all, listening is the last sense to go before leaving the human body.


That was the first time I experienced Koshi bells live. Transportive. And your gong work is otherworldly. It was an extraordinary, unifying hour of bliss. – Linda L.


An incredible musical/vibrational offering. As much as I wanted to stay awake, it was only moments before I just left. Talk about a portal. Consciousness and Bliss: a Shiva experience. – Ed R.


Jimbo is incredibly skilled at communicating heart healing and positive energy. What a gift his session was for me.


While I experienced beautiful healing sound, I had the sense my friend undergoing major surgery for cancer was also surrounded by the same sounds.


I felt my internal, external and eternal selves floating in sound, levitating over my yoga mat, weightless and boundless.


Your gong brought to life the most shimmering Northern Lights. I traveled in Hubble Telescope imagery through space, galaxies and the cosmos.


Wow. Best sound journey I’ve been to. Not rushed. Was so great!