Diáne Mandle Shares Who Is The Healer?

“ Dear Diane, I came to you in pain and now have none. Nada, Zip. I would never have believed it if I had not experienced it myself.  You are better than Vicodin”

This is the kind of message I get from clients all the time.  Although I am happy to know that my treatments are effective, I am also aware of a reality that takes most people a while to espouse.  That is, they are the healer, I am the facilitator.  Most clients start off by giving their power away to me; by believing that I am fixing something within them.  What they do not realize is that they have everything they need within themselves already and what I am doing is helping them reconnect with that perfection. With their own inner healer.

I have been conducting Tibetan bowl sound healing private sessions, concerts and workshops since 2002. During that time my clients have ranged from those who are spiritual seekers to those suffering from life threatening conditions such as Cancer.  One thing that has become obvious during my career is that successful treatments are total partnerships between myself and the client.  If the client is not ready to accept responsibility for their own healing; if they are not ready to step into their power, then the sessions will provide little more than temporary relief or a fleeting sense of well being.  The problem is, most people do not have a frame of reference for stepping into their power. They just have no idea how to do it. That is where I come in.

I believe that the healing process is the gentle journey of learning how powerful we really are. The wonderful tools I am honored to use for this purpose are the sacred sound instruments (ancient singing bowls, Tingshas, Ganta & Dorjes), tuning forks, breath, guided visualizations and gentle touch.  I only use the ancient bowls because they are the ones, which have inherited the mantras and blessings from the monks when they were being made.  That energy is present and supports the work.  The bowls are known as ‘instruments of compassion’ because they gently nudge us back into our memory of wholeness.  In other words, they act as ambassadors who help us find our way back to ourselves through sound using brainwave entrainment.

Although the bowls are placed within a few inches of the body and on the body, some people are so disconnected from themselves that they cannot even feel the vibrations at first.  After a few sessions, they begin to notice the energy running through them and finally they reconnect with their body and benefit fully from the session.  Often these same people say “That blew my mind”. And that is exactly the task of the instruments. To blow the mind open to a greater reality, a larger perspective of the self in time and space.  Knowledge is power.  When a person begins to see their patterns, their blind spots, the places where they have been living from other people’s expectations instead of their own choices, they begin to heal.

This is true even in the case of pain and physical illness. That is not to say that traditional medical treatment is not called for.  In fact, the treatments help open a person to faster recovery through sound sessions.  Why?   Because when people begin to step into their power, they align with their choices (vs making choices out of a sense of obligation which creates energetic resistance).  The alignment speeds up the healing process. When people become conscious of the self- talk, belief systems and patterns that diminish them, and learn to relax and shift gears, they step into their power and into true healing.

What has all this to do with sound?  The primordial sound of the Tibetan bowls,  their benefic harmonics and frequencies transform consciousness, and anchor people to a deep sense of well-being. Then it is up to the person to use the change of perspective and the benefits of the sessions to support their greater good.

What are the ways you might strengthen taking charge of your own healing?

About The Author

Diáne Mandle is an internationally known author, recording artist with Sounds True, Tibetan bowl practitioner, and educator and the only state certified practitioner/instructor in California. Diáne has given over 250 educational concert programs in 32 states as well as in India, Costa Rica, Mexico and St. Croix. She has been a frequent guest presenter at the Museum of Making Music, California State University San Marcos, The Golden Door, The Deepak Chopra Center, Rancho la Puerta and NPR radio and television station, KPBS. She is a featured expert in the video series: Tao—Living in Balance along with healers such as Dr. Wayne Dyer and John Gray.

Diáne maintains a private sound healing practice in southern California where she also owns and operates the Tibetan Bowl Sound Healing School. She was part of the integrative therapy team at the San Diego Cancer Center and developed a successful sound healing program for incarcerated veterans with PTSD. She has written a book on sound healing which is available in English (Ancient Sounds for a New Age) or French (Guerrir Avec L’energie Du Son)

For more information on Diáne Mandle, please visit:

www.soundenergyhealing.com              www.tibetanbowlschool.com

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