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Kapha

Kapha

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Produced by Yuval Ron & Dr. Richard Gold

Gaia's Womb: Healing Sounds for Invoking Strength & Stability is inspired by and created to help harmonize the Dosha known as Kapha.

Individuals who have dominant Kapha energy are naturally calm, thoughtful, and loving. They have an inherent ability to enjoy life and are comfortable with routine. When in balance, Kaphas are strong, loyal, patient, steady, and supportive.

The key to balancing Kapha is stimulation. Kaphas tend to cling to the status quo and routine, so they need the stimulation of new sights, sounds, and experiences.

Use this music for:  physical strength, a strong immune system, serenity, mental resolve, rational thinking, and ability to conserve and use personal resources, endurance, and adaptability.

Contains a 60-minute music track

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USAGE AND INSTRUCTIONS

The purpose of this musical composition is to utilize beautiful original music to support, harmonize and help balance the listener’s Kapha Dosha while also providing a deeply relaxing experience.

This musical creation will provide a beautiful sensory path to balance and health. Additionally, this music will enhance your ability to meditate and calm your mind & body.

Listening to this music while practicing yoga, massage and other healing work is highly recommended.

The dosha Kapha governs the structure of the body. It is the principle that holds the cells together and forms the muscle, fat, bone, and sinew. The primary function of Kapha is protection. Kapha ‘cements’ the elements in the body, providing the material for physical structure. This dosha maintains body resistance. Gives biological strength, vigor and stability, supports memory retention, gives energy to the heart and lungs, and maintains immunity. Kapha supports the cells that make up our organs and the fluids that nourish and protect them. The chest is the seat of Kapha.

Individuals who have dominant Kapha energy are naturally calm, thoughtful, and loving. They have an inherent ability to enjoy life and are comfortable with routine. When in balance, Kaphas are strong, loyal, patient, steady, and supportive.

The key to balancing Kapha is stimulation. Kaphas tend to cling to the status quo and routine, so they need the stimulation of new sights, sounds, and experiences.


In balance, Kapha attributes are physical strength, a strong immune system, serenity, mental resolve, rational thinking, and ability to conserve and use personal resources, endurance, and adaptability.

Kapha types need to stay warm and avoid dampness. Kaphas are particularly sensitive to cold, damp conditions and benefit from dry heat.


Signs & Symptoms of Kapha Imbalance

Excessive mucous congestion
Thick, white tongue coat
Slow, sticky, sluggish bowel movements
Excess body weight
Difficulty rising in the morning
Feeling slow, foggy, dull, lethargic or heavy
Easily attached or possessive
Overly sentimental
May suffer from asthma, diabetes, and depressive tendencies
Complacent or stubborn
Tendency for “emotional overeating”

Kapha Manifesting in a Balanced State:

Indications*of*balanced*Kapha*influences are physical strength, a strong immune system, serenity, mental resolve, rational thinking, and ability to conserve and use personal resources, endurance, and adaptability. It is also expressed in tendencies toward calmness, forgiveness, and love.

General Guidelines for Supporting Kapha & Enjoy:

An energetic routine. Avoid stagnation.
Stimulating your body and mind on a daily basis.
A vigorous exercise routine that includes jogging, hiking, biking, vigorous forms of yoga or martial arts or other challenging forms of exercise, a minimum of five times per week.
Keeping warm and dry, no matter what the weather.
Lively and invigorating music, smells, experiences and company.

The Mantra OM Aum)


The Chanting of AUM

The mantra OM Aum) is well known. A less known aspect of the chanting of OM Aum) is how chanting this sacred mantra can influence the three Doshas. This is accomplished by changing the emphasis in the chanting. Aum actually consists of four syllables: A "aaah,", U "oooh,", M "mmm”, and the silent syllable.

The Mandukya Upanishad, which is entirely devoted to the discussion of Om, begins like this: "Om is the imperishable word. Om is the universe, and this is the exposition of Om. The past, the present, and the future, all that was, all that is, and all that will be is Om. Likewise, all else that may exist beyond the bounds of time, that too is Om."

For Kapha the first and second syllables are a short duration and the third syllable is extended. Kapha = Aummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


Suggested Usages of this Music:

During the practice of yoga
To facilitate meditation and deep relaxation
Internal healing of body & mind
Enhance the experience of healing sessions, i.e. Ayurvedic treatments, massage therapy, acupuncture
Enhancement of intimacy and sexuality
Enhancement of mental focus and openness to artistic inspiration

We always recommend to listen to wav files via good stereo speakers or high end bluetooth stereo speaker. Dr Gold also recommends to listen to healing music via both stereo speakers and headphones at the same time for optimal amount of sound vibrations affecting the body and mind.

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